Tag - african traditional religions

Voodoo priestess | Spiritual force

Found a marvellous photo essay on Voodoo on BBC.co.uk. Check it out. Click on the link below to view the whole essay. Spiritual force Voodoo is a state religion in Benin – the West African country where the practice started, before being taken to Haiti and elsewhere by slaves. Some...

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On How Community Works In This Religion

On How Community Works In This Religion

I find myself, for the second time in two years on the edge of disillusionment when it comes to Orisa communities. Understand me, I do not mean Orisa; I mean human communities of Orisa devotees. And when I say communities, I mean those both offline and online. I am for the most part...

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Osun Say: February 2005 Week 4

Osun Say: February 2005 Week 4

Ochun says you’re feeling drained away, something which is pretty unusual in so restless a person like you. Action is the keyword in your character. The point is you feel disappointed and anxious deep down inside. Your guarding Orisha recommends you to pour some beer all over you...

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