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  1. Loa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Loa (also Lwa or L'wha) are the spirits of Haitian Vodou and associated with Louisiana voodoo. They are also referred to as Mystères and the Invisibles, in which ...
  1. Veve - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    A Veve or Vévé (also spelled beybey and vever) is a religious symbol commonly used in Haitian Vodou. Contents 1 Uses 2 History 3 Function 4 Presentation 5 Examples ...
  1. AFRICAN RELIGIOUS BELIEFS | Tewahedo | Palo | Serer ...

    Religious Beliefs in Africa - comparative info about the diverse religious systems in the living African world
  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. 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. A Time to Die - Death rituals - Jamaica Gleaner

    The all-female kumina group of Port Morant, St. Thomas. Persons who attend nine nights often mourn the dead with folk songs, playing the kyast (drum), pots, graters ...
  1. Anglo-Finno-Russo-Scandinavian food glossary: Spices ...

    Anglo-Finno-Russo-Scandinavian gastronomic glossary of basic food terms and ingredients.
  1. Emakhosini - Articles - Woza Online

    “Tradition becomes our security, and when the mind is secure it is in decay.”