One of our people who received the first Revelation was Sara the Kali. She was of noble birth and was chief of her tribe on the banks of the Rhône (in Germany). She knew the secrets that had been transmitted to her…
The Rom at that period practiced a polytheistic religion, and once a year they took out on their shoulders the statue of Ishtari (Astarte) and went into the sea to receive benediction there.
One day Sara had visions which informed her that the Saints who had been present at the death of Jesus would come, and that she must help them. Sara saw them arrive in a boat. The sea was rough, and the boat threatened to founder. Mary Salome threw her cloak on the waves and, using it as a raft, Sarah floated towards the Saints and helped them reach land…
See Franz de Ville, “Traditions of the Roma in Belgium”.
Saint Sarah, also known as Sara-la-Kali (“Sara the Black”, Romani: Sara e Kali), is the patron saint of the Roma (Gypsy) people of Europe. The center of her veneration is Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, a place of pilgrimage for Roma in the Camargue, in southern France.
Who have eyes should see! The Ancientness of Black Royalty and Divinity in Europe confirmed again and again.