Palo Mayombe rules have limitations and restrictions on the role of women. This is a well-known phenomenon faced by women around the world in different spiritual practices. Mothers, Yayas, and Godmothers play a secondary role in the most important rites of Palo Mayombe: initiation ceremonies, the preparation of the foundations (Nganga), four-legged animal sacrifice. Despite the limitations, the role of women in the Palo Mayombe is very important and essential for several reasons. Yayas do not initiate, but play an important role in the initiation ceremonies, which provide balance and support the Tatas and the godchildren of House, Yayas are the godmothers which give strength and guidance, Yayas are a powerful source of light and spiritual development, Yayas often represent the maternal side of Palo Mayombe. The women depict the universal source of life. Women represent the powers of light and creation, all come from women. It is an undeniable fact that when it comes to healing consultations, baths, spiritual cleansings, protection, love spells, amulets, makutos, developing spiritual and so on, natural Yayas are witches and their powers are limitless, when it comes to witchcraft, the Yayas works is just as powerful as they come, never underestimate the power of a Yaya when working with his Nganga.