TI JEAN PETRO

Ti Jean Petro literally means “Little Jean Petro.” (Ti, pronounced tee, is the Kreyol variant of the French petit.)

• Ti Jean Petro may be another name for Don Jean Philippe Petro, founder of Petro.

• He may be Don Petro’s biological son or a spiritual heir.

• He may be Ezili Dantor’s son and/or lover.

• He may be a (re-named) African spirit who may have been channeled by Don Petro.

Ti Jean Petro is a passionate, aggressive, and sometimes violent spirit.

ALSO KNOWN AS:

Ti-Jean Zandor; Prince Zandor; Ti-Jean-Pied-Fin; Petro-e-Rouge

FAVOURED PEOPLE:

Sorcerers, including those involved with malevolent magic

MANIFESTATION:

Ti Jean Petro manifests as a one-legged dwarf. Similar small, one-legged spirits roam through the African bush.

SEE ALSO:

SOURCE:

Encyclopedia of Spirits: The Ultimate Guide to the Magic of Fairies, Genies, Demons, Ghosts, Gods & Goddesses – Written by : Judika Illes Copyright © 2009 by Judika Illes.

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