Learn about the Orishas of Santeria and Yoruba culture, including the traits, routes, and other key associations for each Sacred Orisha, as well as the saintly name by which it may also be known. To keep their magical and religious practices secure, the slaves chose to identify and disguise the Orishas as some of the Catholic Saints revered by the Spaniards. In this way, people were free to worship their deities right beneath the noses of the Spaniards without fear of being punished. The book is split into parts, each dealing with a different Orisha, its traits, routes or facets, pendants, initiations, cuisines, medicines, tales, and other relevant material. 126 pages, paperback.
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