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Voodoo

Gert Chesi

Voodoo

Africa"s Secret Power

by Gert Chesi

  • 368 Want to read
  • 14 Currently reading

Published by Smithmark Pub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sale Books,
  • Religion,
  • Religious Cults,
  • Africa,
  • Voodooism

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8949028M
    ISBN 103853990134
    ISBN 109783853990131


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There are also many Author: Catherine Beyer. Vodou is an oral tradition practiced by extended families that inherit familial spirits, along with the necessary devotional practices, from their elders. In the cities, local hierarchies of priestesses or priests (manbo and oungan), “children of the spirits” (ounsi), and ritual drummers (ountògi) comprise more formal “societies” or “congregations” (sosyete).

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"This is a record of New Orleans Voodoo as it exists right now in ritual and in the hearts of its practitioners. In the time of Marie Laveau and Dr. John much happened and much was lost. This book,and books like it, preserve and communicate the present traditions of Voodoo as it is practiced in New Orleans.

voodoo (vōō´dōō) [from the god Vodun], native W African religious beliefs and practices that also has adherents in the New World. Voodoo believers are most numerous in Haiti, where voodoo was granted official religious status inand in Benin, where the religion has had official recognition since Black Magic Voodoo is the first book I have read by Nikki Landis, and I cannot wait for the second installment to come out.

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In recent years, a few books have attemptedFile Size: 1MB. The third novel in Jewell Parker Rhodes' acclaimed Voodoo series, Yellow Moon finds New Orleans' preeminent voodoo practitioner hunting an African vampire - a wazimamoto.

Marie Levant is tired of seeing corpses drained of blood arrive at the hospital each night, and tired of being haunted by their ghosts. The practice of sticking pins in voodoo dolls has history in folk magic.

"Voodoo dolls" are often associated with New Orleans Voodoo and Hoodoo as well the magical devices of the poppet and the nkisi or bocio of West and Central Africa. The general fear of Vodou in the US can be traced back to the end of the Haitian Revolution ( Louisiana Voodoo is often confused with Haitian Vodou and Deep Southern Hoodoo, but, while related to these forms of the religion, is a belief system of its own.

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Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook. Books. There are many books on the subject of voodoo and hoodoo, such as How-To's and folk tales.

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Where else can you find items like House Blessing Spray and Away All Evil Spirits furniture cleaner at the local corner grocery. Voodoo, with its litany of spells, gris gris, candles and charms, is a mixture of traditional African spiritual beliefs fused with aspects of Catholicism and French.

home; about us; privacy policy; send email; site map; view cart; ORIGINAL PUBLICATIONS Toll Free: 1 () OCCULT - 1 Outside the US: 1 () New Orleans Voodoo is also known as Voodoo-Catholicism.

It is a religion connected to nature, spirits and ancestors. Voodoo was bolstered when followers fleeing Haiti after the slave revolt moved to New Orleans and grew as many freed people of color made its practice an important part of their culture.