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Spirits in Haitian Vodou, and New Orleans Voodoo are known as Loa; Catholic Saints lithographs are used to represent them. The Loa are intermediary spirits between the supreme creator, God, and humanity. Unlike saints and angels, however,  they are not simply prayed to they are served. During

Spirits in Haitian Vodou, and New Orleans Voodoo are known as Loa; Catholic Saints lithographs are used to represent them. The Loa are intermediary spirits between the supreme creator, God, and humanity. Unlike saints and angels, however, they are not simply prayed to they are served. During

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Traditional Roman Catholic depiction of the Anima Sola ("lonely soul") praying in the fires of Purgatory. From an old holy card.

Ezili Dantor or Erzulie D'en Tort (also spelled Erzulie with Danto or Danthor) is the Petro nation aspect of the Erzulie family of lwa, or spirits in Haitian Vodou. Ezili Dantor is considered to be the lwa of motherhood, single motherhood in particular, lesbians, and small business owners.

Ezili Dantor or Erzulie D'en Tort (also spelled Erzulie with Danto or Danthor) is the Petro nation aspect of the Erzulie family of lwa, or spirits in Haitian Vodou. Ezili Dantor is considered to be the lwa of motherhood, single motherhood in particular, lesbians, and small business owners.

Antique HAITIAN VOODOO DOLL Nkondi / nikisi by WajitzuMagikShop on Etsy  Abakuá Candomblé (Bantu Jejé Ketu) Vodú Dominican Vudú Haitian Vodou Kumina Louisiana Voodoo Obeah Palo Quimbanda Santería Spiritual Baptist Umbanda Winti Chiwara  Abakuá Candomblé (Bantu Jejé Ketu)  Chiwara male drawing.png Roots	 Ifá Orisha (Yoruba) Loa (Fon and Ewe) Alusi (Igbo) Winti (Akan) Nkisi (Kongo) Roman Catholicism (France Portugal Spain Netherlands) Protestantism (England Netherlands) Indigenous American…

Antique HAITIAN VOODOO DOLL Nkondi / nikisi by WajitzuMagikShop on Etsy Abakuá Candomblé (Bantu Jejé Ketu) Vodú Dominican Vudú Haitian Vodou Kumina Louisiana Voodoo Obeah Palo Quimbanda Santería Spiritual Baptist Umbanda Winti Chiwara Abakuá Candomblé (Bantu Jejé Ketu) Chiwara male drawing.png Roots Ifá Orisha (Yoruba) Loa (Fon and Ewe) Alusi (Igbo) Winti (Akan) Nkisi (Kongo) Roman Catholicism (France Portugal Spain Netherlands) Protestantism (England Netherlands) Indigenous American…

Erzulie Freda is the Vodou loa (spirit) of love, sensuality and wealth. Freda's Catholic counterpart is Mater Dolorosa. This is a detail of a mural painted on the outside of Dodo Luisyen's peristyle (parish) in the mountain village of Ville Bonheur.

Erzulie Freda is the Vodou loa (spirit) of love, sensuality and wealth. Freda's Catholic counterpart is Mater Dolorosa. This is a detail of a mural painted on the outside of Dodo Luisyen's peristyle (parish) in the mountain village of Ville Bonheur.

FILK (Father I Like To Fuck) Baron Samedi   #Santeria

Martin de Porres - Was a lay brother of the Dominican Order who was beatified in 1837 by Pope Gregory XVI and canonized in 1962 by Pope John XXIII. He is the patron saint of mixed-race people and all those seeking interracial harmony

This photo was taken in Laurie Zuckerman's home in 2008 and shows her oldest Mexican-style Catholic home altar to the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, begun in 1992.

Laurie Zuckerman "Green Altar" Installation This photo was taken in Laurie Zuckerman's home in 2008 and shows her oldest Mexican-style Catholic home altar to the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, begun in

In a street market in Cap-Haitien Haiti's second largest city located on its northern coast Maryse right and her friend Martine sell religious products used for Vodou rituals and ceremonies. Photo by @fotokonbit student Philomene Joseph 20. FotoKonbit.org students shot all the photographs for the NGM story HAITI ON ITS OWN TERMS in the December issue of the magazine. Often Vodou is miscast and vilified as devil worship when in fact it is the worship of nature and spirits and God the Father…

In a street market in Cap-Haitien Haiti's second largest city located on its northern coast Maryse right and her friend Martine sell religious products used for Vodou rituals and ceremonies. Photo by @fotokonbit student Philomene Joseph 20. FotoKonbit.org students shot all the photographs for the NGM story HAITI ON ITS OWN TERMS in the December issue of the magazine. Often Vodou is miscast and vilified as devil worship when in fact it is the worship of nature and spirits and God the Father…

Autour des rituels vaudou, les esclaves africains se sont aussi servit de la danse pour exprimer leur identité, aidés notamment du rythme des tambours. La danse sert de moyen de communion avec les esprits divins et à unifier une culture proprement haïtienne. D'ailleurs, le développement de la danse a permit l'émancipation d'une danse symbolisant le nationalisme haïtien: la méringue.

Autour des rituels vaudou, les esclaves africains se sont aussi servit de la danse pour exprimer leur identité, aidés notamment du rythme des tambours. La danse sert de moyen de communion avec les esprits divins et à unifier une culture proprement haïtienne. D'ailleurs, le développement de la danse a permit l'émancipation d'une danse symbolisant le nationalisme haïtien: la méringue.

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