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  1. Veve - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    A Veve (spelled Vévé or Vevé in Latin America) is a religious symbol commonly used in Vodou and Palo. It acts as a "beacon" for the Loa, and will serve as a loa's ...
  1. Loa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Loa (also Lwa or L'wha) are the spirits of Haitian Vodou and Louisiana voodoo. They are also referred to as Mystères and the Invisibles, in which are ...
  1. Vévé (vodou symbols) - Signs and symbols of cults, gangs ...

    Signs, symbols, emblems, flags or insignia of groups under which they organize themselves successfully and who insist on bringing their own world-systems into the ...
  1. AFRICAN RELIGIOUS BELIEFS | Tewahedo | Palo | Serer ...

    Religious Beliefs in Africa - comparative info about the diverse religious systems in the living African world
  1. Traditional Jamaican Dances - Jamaican Folk Dances

    Return to Jamaian Culture from List of Traditional Jamaican Dances Return to My Island Jamaica Homepage from List of Traditional Jamaican Dances
  1. Jamaica Yellow Pages | Jamaica’s Arts & Culture

    Jamaica Yellow Pages online guide to arts and cultural events in Jamaica. Full list of cultural events in Jamaica.
  1. A Time to Die - Death rituals - Jamaica Gleaner

    Death rituals like those related to labour and delivery were not banned during slavery and so they served as a means of cultural preservation.
  1. Traditional Jamaican Dances - A Background

    Dance has always been a integral part of our culture and lifestyle. Here's a background into our traditional Jamaican dances - another enthralling aspect of Jamaican life
  1. Anglo-Finno-Russo-Scandinavian food glossary: Spices ...

    Anglo-Finno-Russo-Scandinavian gastronomic glossary of basic food terms and ingredients.
  1. Culture of Jamaica - history, people, clothing, women ...

    History and Ethnic Relations Emergence of the Nation. Jamaica was a Spanish colony from 1494 to 1655 and a British colony from 1655 to 1962. › Ja-Ma