THE ABC OF THE CUBAN SANTERIA

THE ABC OF THE CUBAN SANTERIA
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Publisher : Madan Orunmila Edition Publishing
Total Pages : 107
Release : 2020-12-24
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Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

THE ABC OF THE CUBAN SANTERIA Book Description:

This book will take you by the hand, to enter the world of Cuban Santeria, its deities and fetishes, the way of making religion in Cuba, the main elements that must be known, how and why this ancestral Afro-Cuban religion is reached , as well as, a brief explanation of the settlement process to a person. The relationship that exists between Santeria and Spiritism. Communication with the orishas and the dead. How coconuts and snails are thrown, also, some chosen stories about the life and work of these orisha of the Yoruba pantheon, ... etc.

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