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  • 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.

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  • Book most recently bought: Secrets Gossip and Gods: the transformation of Brazilian candomble

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  • Meanwhile, freedom lives in the drum patterns of candomble, an Afro-Brazilian religion of orixa-worship; and in "Nova Onda," candomble is reunited with its Yoruba cousins across the Atlantic in Nigeria-inspired Afrobeat.

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  • The main actual religion is candomble which like carnaval itself is a Brazilian, mainly Bahian, hybrid of traditions.

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  • Wagner Pinto presents in Floating new drawings, paintings and silk-screen prints inspired by the act of believe and faith, in different religious and folklore´s concepts materializing imaginary situations, mental impulses and fine energies which are represented by the artist vocabulary which brings out the forces of the nature, "orixas" mythology, "candomble" religious icons and the mistery about the "Ayahuasca" culture.

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