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“And local perfumers Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab will be adding proceeds from all January sales of their Orisha blends (in their Excolo category) to the Red Cross fund.”
“In 1955, Mischel was offered an opportunity to study the “spirit possession” ceremonies of the Orisha faith in Trinidad, and he leapt at the chance.”
“That's when followers of the Africa-based Orisha tradition, known outside Cuba as Santeria (or, derisively, as voodoo), ritually cleanse their homes with incense and ask for guidance from patron spirits.”
“Some of those Orisha names cropped up in some of the black poetry I read.”
“When an Orisha possesses somebody, the person can exhibit … powers.”
“Tied to each brick, with colored ribbon, was a written prayer and a saint card for the Orisha who was supposed to answer the prayer.”
“For example, Orisha Osain is the god of all plants, the king of the bush.”
“Ceremony opens and closes with tracks dedicated to Elegba, the messenger god and Orisha of human destiny.”
“The track, named after the Orisha of thunder, gains new textures in its transfer from a percussion-and-rap exercise to a big band arrangement.”
“You have to read the poem scribbled on a tiny piece of paper and left at an Orisha shrine.”
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