Voodoo

[film] Voodoo (1995) is an Occult-Voodoo Horror film directed by Rene Eram, and written by Brian DiMuccio and Dino Vindeni. Filmed in the United States in 1994, Voodoo was released on VHS Video rental by Planet Productions in 1995, and has since been re-released in the United States on DVD format through Simitar Entertainment. == Plot == Un
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Voodoo

[Alexz Johnson album] Voodoo is the debut studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Alexz Johnson. The album was released on March 9, 2010 through Orange Lounge Recordings and inDiscover Recordings. ==Writing and development== The recording process began in mid-2009 when Johnson revealed on her website that she was dropped from Epic Record
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Voodoo

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Voodoo

[roller coaster] Predator: Bad Blood is a 4-issue series created by Dark Horse Comics revolving around a bad blood(rogue) Predator. Much of the story takes place in real life Pine Barrens, New Jersey. All 4 issues have been collected in Predator Omnibus volume 3. ==Plot== The New Jersey Pine Barrens have become a slaughterhouse, witness to
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Voodoo

[Sonny Clark Memorial Quartet album] Voodoo is an album by The Sonny Clark Memorial Quartet which comprises John Zorn on alto saxophone, Wayne Horvitz on keyboards, Ray Drummond on bass and Bobby Previte on drums. The album was released in 1986 on Black Saint Records and features the compositions of hard bop pianist Sonny Clark. ==Reception
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Voodoo

A spiritist and ancestor religion, originating in Africa, and now found predominantly in Haiti, Jamaica and Cuba. Magical rites, trance states and possession all play a major role in Voodoo. See also Candomble, Pocomania, Santeria, Umbanda, zombie.
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Voodoo

A spiritist and ancestor religion, originating in Africa, and now found predominantly in Haiti, Jamaica and Cuba. Magical rites, trance states and possession all play a major role in Voodoo. See also Candomble, Pocomania, Santeria, Umbanda, zombie.
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voodoo

[n] - a religious cult practiced chiefly in Caribbean countries (especially Haiti) 2. [v] - bewitch by or as if by a voodoo
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voodoo

Set of magical beliefs and practices, followed in some parts of Africa, South America, and the West Indies, especially Haiti. It arose in the 17th century on slave plantations as a combination of...
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Voodoo

Voo'doo noun 1. See Voodooism . 2. One who practices voodooism; a negro sorcerer.
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Voodoo

Voo'doo adjective Of or pertaining to voodooism, or a voodoo; as, voodoo incantations.
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voodoo

vodoun noun a religious cult practiced chiefly in Caribbean countries (especially Haiti); involves witchcraft and animistic deities
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Voodoo

• (n.) One who practices voodooism; a negro sorcerer. • (n.) See Voodooism. • (a.) Of or pertaining to voodooism, or a voodoo; as, voodoo incantations.
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Voodoo

[Dorney Park] Iodine vapors obtained when trying to separate iodine from other compounds. Pure iodine crystallizes on the Wurtz glass which is filled with cold water. ...
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Voodoo

[pornographic actor] Voodoo (born Alex Torres; September 24, 1977) is a Canadian pornographic film actor. ==Career== In September 1999, Voodoo and a friend left Canada and began a cross country motorcycle road trip in the United States. In October 1999, they started a career as pornographic film actors when they reached California without a
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Voodoo

[Max on the Rox album] Voodoo is the debut album by Max on the Rox, released in 2000 and recorded by Nappi Aaltonen at Welmu Studios. ==Track listing== All music and words by Max Bäckman. Arranged by Max on the Rox. ==Credits== ...
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voodoo

voodoo (vOO'dOO) [from the god Vodun], native W African religious beliefs and practices that also has adherents in the New World. Voodoo believers are most numerous in Haiti, where voodoo was granted official religious status in 2003, and in Benin, where the religion has had official recognition...
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Voodoo

Voodoo is American slang for magic, the occult.
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Voodoo

Voodoo is American slang for magic, the occult.
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voodoo

Set of magical beliefs and practices, followed in some parts of Africa, South America, and the West Indies, especially Haiti. It arose in the 17th century on slave plantations as a combination of Roman Catholicism and West African religious traditions; believers retain membership in the Roman Catholic Church. It was once practiced in New Orlean...
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Voodoo

The religion of the vast majority of the Haitian people. Closely related to Dahoman and other West African practices, combined with elements of Roman Catholicism and possibly Amerindian religions. Spirit possession and healing practices are central to voodoo rites.
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voodoo

Beliefs and practices associated particularly with the island of Haiti, in the Caribbean, and thought to have been brought over by slaves from their African homeland. Places strong emphasis on magic and the spirit world.
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Voodoo

[song] `Voodoo`, written by lead singer Sully Erna, is a single by alternative metal band Godsmack from their self-titled album Godsmack. The song `Voodoo` was best known for its use in the MTV television program Fear. The video, directed by Dean Karr, shows witches performing a ritual with swords. The band is shown throughout the video pla
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Voodoo

[Wildstorm] Voodoo is a fictional comic book superhero, appearing in books published by DC Comics. Created by writer Brandon Choi and artist Jim Lee, she first appeared in WildC.A.T.S. #1 (August 1992), which was produced by Jim Lee`s studio, WildStorm comics, and published by Image Comics. After WildStorm and its properties were purchased
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Voodoo

[King Diamond album] Voodoo is a concept album by King Diamond. The album was released in 1998. The album cover is drawn by Kristian Wåhlin. The album was remastered by Andy LaRocque and was re-released in 2009. ==Plot== Voodoo takes place in the year 1932 and deals with the affairs of the Lafayettes, a family consisting of Sarah (who is p
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