Candomble

A Brazilian spiritist religion. See also Umbanda, Voodoo.
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Candomble

A Brazilian spiritist religion. See also Umbanda, Voodoo.
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Candomblé

Afro-Brazilian syncretic religion. Venerates the Yoruba pantheon and incorporates Bantu elements.
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Candomblé

(from the article `African music`) ...But the music and dance of these areas became accessible indirectly, as European observers saw African captives playing musical instruments in New ... ...practicing a form of spiritualism, or spiritism, that is based on the 19th-century teachings of the French medium Allan Kardec. Many Brazilians .....
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candomblé

local name in Bahia for the Brazilian Macumba (q.v.) cult.
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Candomble

Brazilian version of Santeria, also know as Santuario
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Candomblé

Candomblé (kɐ̃dõˈblɛ, dance in honour of the gods) is an African-originated or Afro-Brazilian religion, practiced mainly in Brazil by the `povo de santo` (people of the saint). It is a mixture of traditional Yoruba, Fon, and Bantu beliefs which originated from different regions in Africa. It has also incorporated some aspects of the Cathol.....
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