Afro-Diasporic and Shamanic Links
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Updated 30 January 1999
- Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance
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.
- Yoruba Art
- Oyotunji Village
a West African style village in USAmerica
this link is no longer valid. Anyone know of another site discussing this village?
Afro-Diasporic Religions in General
Santeria/ Loucumi/ Ifa
Has information on Nkisi, Palo Mayombe, and other often misunderstood Kongo-influenced traditions in the New World.
Candomble, Umbanda, and Afro-Brazilian religions
Ile Axe Opo Afonja, an Umbanda "house," a Brazilian tradition, is available in both Portuguese and English
Editoras Pallas Afro-Brasil Publishing
lots of good information, some in English, all in Portuguese, with extremely attractive graphics. Recommended
Esoteric Umbanda of Brazil
- 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. My thanks to Adenor Gondim, who maintains this website, for sending me the URL.
American Hoodoo & Voodoo from the Deep South
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Pagan Links 1: Ancient Near Eastern and Mediterranean Links
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Neo-Pagan Pages Table of Contents, for pages of polytheology, rituals, and links
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