Irineu Serra was born in Brazil in to African parents and migrated to the Western Amazon region in , attracted to a boom in the rubber tapping industry. He first drank ayahuasca in the border region between Brazil, Bolivia, and Peru. As a result of experiencing a series of visions whilst spending eight days in solitude in the forest, he began to conduct spiritual ceremonies using ayahuasca. Many people came to him sick, seeking healing they could not afford or failed to find in standard medical practice. The hymn collections of early practitioners have since become the sacred works of the doctrine. Ritual[ edit ] Devotional in context, the songs praise divine principles.
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John June After an interval of 11 years he received hymns through , which are now known as the Cruzeirinho or occasionally as the Hinos Novos. After the time of Mestre Irineu it became a more common practice to finish or close an hinario as a complete work, after which a new hinario might be received.
She is thought to have been born 25 June in Rio Grande do Norte. She was the younger sister of Madrinha Rita, and the mother of six children.
She was very young when she moved with her family to Rio Branco, Acre, where she met Mestre Irineu, in the early s. She was sallow and blond with white skin. She worked hard to support her family but had many difficulties in her material life, as in her works with Santo Daime. She died of pneumonia, aged just 32 years, on 2 April He worked as a seringueiro, or rubber tapper, and later as a farmer. He lost his first wife, married again, and had another four children.
He met Mestre Irineu in , and he received benefits for his unstable health. His granddaughter, Peregrina Gomes, was the third wife of Mestre Irineu. He moved with his family to Rio Branco, Acre, where he lived on the outskirts of the city working as a farmer.
Germano was one of the first disciples of Mestre Irineu, becoming a member of Santo Daime in the s. He was a black man with notably white teeth. He suffered a disease on his leg that bothered him a lot. Germano Guilherme dos Santos died in Nobody knows the date he moved to Rio Branco, Acre.
In the early s, he joined Mestre Irineu, and became one of his first disciples. He worked as a farmer and wagon driver. Following Sr. Luis Mendes. Maria Brilhante[ edit ] Maria Brilhante was married with Padrinho Eduardo Salles Freitas, and they had four children, three of whom survive.
Anthony every June. She led a spiritual community in Lumiar, a mountain village two hours from Rio de Janeiro until her passage in working in two worlds spiritual and physical and two doctrines Daimista and Umbandista. Glauco came from a family of legends , and became a legend in his own right. As one of the most recognizable and timely artists of Brazil in the late 20th century, he formed a bond with fellow cartoonists Laerte and Angeli that produced a significant, massive body of work over decades.
An accomplished musician, he was well known for his fiery accordion playing and said that he had never once practiced outside of ceremony, relying instead on the force of the Daime to pull the music. In Daimista communities and households, it is normally sung around pm, in church or at home, with or without instruments.
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Santo Daime hymns
Acervo de Hinários