- n. Alternative form of santería.
“This morning, I moved the cat stuff and trash into the kitchen, cleaned part of the utility room floor, and put a small plate with water drops, lettuce, and three tiny cat food kibbles in the middle of the floor like some kind of santeria looing bunny lure.”
“His mother-in-law parctices santeria (voodoo) for those of you not in the know.”
“She turned to santeria over desperation over her husbands failing health in the late 80's.”
“Years ago I had the opportunity to visit the santeria shrine at Barracoa in Cuba with a practitioner who was ready to explicate the beliefs behind African religion.”
“On one of the Windward islands, he also comes under the power of the afro-Caribbean syncretic religion known in different places as santeria, voudon, or candomble.”
“Noriega was definitely not stupid and he would tell a real santeria rite from a mockery.”
“I don't practice santeria, got no crystal ball, I had a million dollars but i'd spend it all”
“Florida International University appointed well-known santeria priest Oba Ernesto Pichardo as an honorary Africana Research Fellow for the upcoming academic year in the African-New World Studies program.”
“And they are still outnumbered by the Catholics and santeria followers.”
“Current Music: ritmos sagrados de la santeria cuba”
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