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Lilinah's
African and Afro-Diasporic Links

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Updated and Redesigned 22 February 1999

Index of this page

  1. Yoruba Religion
  2. Afro-Diasporic Religions in General
  3. Santeria/ Loucumi/ Ifa
  4. Palo Mayombe, Nkisi, and other Congo-based Religions
  5. Vodou/Voudon
  6. Macumba, Candomble, Umbanda, and Afro-Brazilian Religions
  7. American Hoodoo & Voodoo from the Deep South
  • Ontario Consultants on Religious ToleranceSPECIAL SITE
    These four fine folks are trying to present succinct factual information about as many religions as they can. If you can add anything constructive to what they say about your own religion, please send them friendly e-mail and help them keep their pages correct and up-to-date. They deserve our support in their much-needed effort.

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    Yoruba Religion

  1. Yoruba Religion
  2. Yoruba Art
  3. Yoruba House--African drumming, dancing, Ifa ceremonies

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    Afro-Diasporic Religions in General

  4. The Caribbean Religion Center - with pages on Santeria and Vodou
  5. The Quick and the DeadNew!

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    Santeria/ Loucumi/ Ifa

  6. Ifa Foundation of North Ameria
    lots of good information by published author and initiated priest, Phillip Neimark, whose book i recommend.
  7. SPECIAL SITEOrisha List Index
    has essays by several santeria practitioners on a variety of topics. Recommended
  8. OrishaNet
    has been expanding with lots more interesting pages of tales and information
  9. Ijo Orunmila
    a Santeria/Loucumi "house", attractively designed, good information
  10. Santeria in America: From Cuba to New York, and back...
  11. yo soy hechiceroNew!
    the story of a traditional healer, based on the documentary film.

  12. Lily Diaz Puerto Rican SanteriaNew!
    the story of Lily Diaz, a Puerto Rican Santera, from Zero News Datapool.

  13. Henrick's Orisha Page
    He's Swedish, but he's got a nicely designed page with lots of good links.
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    Macumba, Candomble, Umbanda, and Afro-Brazilian religions

  15. Editoras Pallas Afro-Brasil PublishingSPECIAL SITE
    lots of good information, some in English, all in Portuguese, with extremely attractive graphics. Recommended
  16. Ile Axe Opo Afonja
    an Umbanda "house," a Brazilian tradition, is available in both Portuguese and English
  17. Irmandade da Boa Morte - The Sisterhood of the Good Death
    a traditional women's spiritual and self-help group in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. Lovely photographs of the members, touching stories of their lives. My thanks to Adenor Gondim, who maintains this website, for sending me the URL.
  18. Esoteric Umbanda of BrazilNew!
  19. Candomble'New!

  20. Os Orixas, the Orishas...New!

  21. Macumba
    links at the New Religious Movements indexNew!

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    Palo Mayombe

  22. InquiceWebNew!
    Has information on Nkisi, Palo Mayombe, and other often misunderstood Kongo-influenced traditions in the New World.
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    Vodou/Voudon/Voodoo

  24. The Vodou Page of Mambo Racine Sans ButSPECIAL SITE
    "Racine Sans But" means "Roots without End". Her pages are full of interesting, informative, and intelligent essays. She even includes links to other related sites, which few Vodou & Santeria pages seem to do. Recommended.
  25. The Ancestors in Haitian VodouNew!

  26. Sacred Arts of Haitian VodouUpdated!
    Vodou Paquets, "magical amulets" from Haiti at the Fowler Museum of UCLA.
  27. Sequined Spirits: Contemporary Vodou DrapeauxUpdated!
    sequined and beaded "flags" for the loa at the Fowler Museum of UCLA
    And thanks to Len Gilbert of the New Orleans Voodoo pages for these two Fowler Museum URLs.
  28. More Vodou Drapeaux
    at the E-Gallery
  29. The Voodoo Server
    Voodoo in Haiti - from Medicine to Zombies
  30. Voodoo Info PagesUpdated!
  31. Haitian Vodoun CultureNew!
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    American Hoodoo & Voodoo from the Deep South

  33. The New Orleans Voodoo and Cemetary PageSPECIAL SITE
    Len Gilbert's graphically attractive site with photographs of historic sites in New Orleans. Don't miss Baron Samedi's portrait. And Len has links to quite a few more related sites.
  34. Lucky MojoNew!
    Kat Yronwood's source for information on hoodoo and magical practices, also sells commercial products.
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