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- n. Plural form of voodooist.
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But then, presumably someone (the voodoo epistemologists, e.g.) could legitimately claim that those voodooists were justified, no matter what, precisely, Martin means by legitimately '.
We needn't linger long over rationality as justification: obviously the voodooists could be within their intellectual rights in thinking what they do think (if only by virtue of cognitive malfunction); hence they could be justified.
Over time voodooists, as they are sometimes called, combined their worship with Christian practises enforced under slavery, which is why there are strong parallels between the Catholic and voodoo calendars.
Max Beauvoir, probably Haiti's most prominent voodoo priest, says voodooists believe in God, but they don't think he causes earthquakes.
June 13th, 2007 at 6: 25 pm leave the girl alone … no1 sez nethng bout goths or voodooists .. she’z just being herself and if thats to flaunt her body (fake or not) so b it .. go talk about ppl that do deserve being scrutinized like george bush!!!!!!!!!!!! paries rules!!!