Book a Cena Mágica Conjuro de la Queimada Gallega and discover memorable sights and rich culture of Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Cada 23 de junio, durante la preparación de la queimada, tenéis que recitar el conjuro de la queimada, un poema que protege contra la magia. Fogar do Santiso, Teo Picture: El conjuro de la Queimada – Check out TripAdvisor members’ candid photos and videos of Fogar do Santiso.

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And when this beverage goes down our throats, we will get free of the evil of our soul and of any oa. Queimada is an alcoholic beverage of Galician tradition. Check date values in: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Useless belly of the unmarried woman, speech of the cats in heat, dirty turf of the wicked born goat.

Forces queikada air, earth, sea and fire, to you I make this call: Mouchos, curuxas, sapos e bruxas. Typically, while preparing the punch a spell or incantation is recited, so that special powers are conferred to the queimada and those drinking it.

Although sometimes believed to be an ancient Celtic tradition transmitted along generations, some claim that the Queimada was actually developed in the queimava.

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El conjuro de la Queimada – Picture of Fogar do Santiso, Teo

Owls, barn owls, toads and witches. John’s Night or ‘witches’ night’ on the 23rd of June.

Callos a la galega Churrasco Lengua escarlata. Tito Freire designed in the clay pot in which Queimada is usually prepared and the spell that is recited nowadays was written by Mariano Marcos Abalo in the s.

Pecadora lingua da mala muller casada cun home vello. It is traditionally prepared in a hollow pumpkin. Spanish distilled drinks Distilled drinks Galician mythology Galician cuisine.

The goal of the preparation ritual is to distance the bad spirits that, according with the tradition, lie in wait for men and women to try to curse them. Queimada is a punch made from Galician augardente Orujo Gallego – a spirit distilled from wine and flavoured with special herbs or coffeeplus sugarlemon peel, coffee beans and cinnamon. After dinner, in the darkness of night, is one of the best times for it.

The people who take part in it gather around the container where it is prepared, ideally without lights, to cheer up the hearts and to be better friends. The tradition also says that one of the perfect days to make the “conxuro da queimada” spell of queimada is in Samhainthe Celtic New Year’s Eve. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Demons, goblins and devils, spirits of the misty vales.

Queimada (drink) – Wikipedia

E cando este beberaxe baixe polas nosas gorxas, quedaremos libres dos males da nosa alma e de todo embruxamento. Then the queimada is set alight, and slowly burns as more brandy is added. With this bellows I will pump the flames of this fire which looks like that from Hell, and witches will flee, straddling their brooms, going to bathe in the beach of the thick sands.


Crows, salamanders and witches, charms of the folk healer ess. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. This article needs additional citations for verification.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This page was last edited on 14 Februaryat Satan and Beelzebub ‘s Inferno, fire of the burning corpses, mutilated bodies of the indecent ones, farts of the asses of doom, bellow of the enraged sea.

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Retrieved from ” https: Hear the roars of those that cannot stop burning in the firewater, becoming so purified. This ritual was so successful conjhro it quickly queimaa very widespread. Queimada was initially prepared by groups of Galician emigrants in places like Madridtypically after fellowship lunches and other group events. One of them ends the process of making the queimada while reciting the spell holding up the burning liquid in a ladle and pouring it slowly back into the container.