The placement of decapitated chickens is used in Santeria
, an Afro-Caribbean religion, to protect a person from being found guilty of a crime.
This book argues that of all the deities belonging to the Santeria
syncretism, seven have been placed in a group of great power as a whole.
This applies to local forms of Roman Catholicism as well as to Cuba's other major imported religion, Santeria
, whose roots lie in the Yoruba folk rituals of Africans brought over as slaves to work the plantations.
Of the four characters that I consider, three practice santeria
, a syncretic religion that was born through the fusion of the African religion Yoruba with Catholicism.
Lynn Carr's A Year in White: Cultural Newcomers to Lukumi and Santeria
in the United States (Rutgers University Press), before the author had a chance to see it.
Hacia una historia de la Santeria
Santiaguera y otras consideraciones.
The present article explores Lam's valorization of female figures, and in particular the Santeria
priestess and the femme cheval or horse-headed woman, not only as protectors and disseminators of Afro-Cuban culture, but also as models of empowerment over and against their white exploiters and colonizers.
Carlos Hernandez; THE ASSIMILATED CUBAN'S GUIDE TO QUANTUM SANTERIA
; Rosarium Publishing (Fiction: Short Stories) 19.95 ISBN: 9781495607400
This book explains the ins and outs of drug trafficking organizations and narco-cults, from Los Zetas, the Gulf cartel, and Los Caballeros Templarios to Santeria
, Voodoo, and La Familia Michoacana.
NEW YORK -- Wynton Marsalis opened Jazz at Lincoln Center's 2014-15 season with the world premiere of "Ochas,'' a three-movement suite blending jazz with the traditional folkloric music of Cuba and the Afro-Cuban Santeria
According to the Daily Star, Tyson revealed in his book that he had also visited a 'hoodoo woman', a voodoo priest and a Santeria
priest, looking for spells to shorten his six-year prison sentence, of which he served three.