Daughter of the mysterious entrails of mother Bahia, from where arteries of living waters sustain in faith, abound. Ventura Profana (Salvador, 1993) prophesizes multiplication and abundant black, indigenous and transvestite life. She breaks the haze: erotic, atomic, taking red as religion. Her doctrine comes from Baptist temples, she is a missionary pastor, evangelist singer, writer, composer, and visual artist, whose practice is rooted in researching the implications and methodologies of deuteronomism in Brazil and abroad, through the spread of neopentecostal churches. The oil of daisies, jiboias and reginas run down the paths until it floods her with desire: anointing. It praises, like the nailing of a dagger licked with cerol and rust in Pharisaic hearts.