Voodoo

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Voodoo may refer to:

Religions[edit]

See also: Afro-American religion for a list of related religions which are sometimes called or mistaken for Vodou/Voodoo, such as Santería or Candomblé.
  • Candomblé Jejé, also known as Brazilian Vodum, one of the major branches (nations) of Candomblé
    • Tambor de Mina, a syncretic religion that developed in northern Brazil
  • Cuban Vodú, a syncretic religion that developed in the Spanish Empire
  • Dominican Vudú, a syncretic religion that developed in the Spanish Empire
  • Haitian Vodou, a syncretic religion practiced chiefly in Haiti
  • Louisiana Voodoo or New Orleans Voodoo, a set of African-based spiritual folkways
  • West African Vodun, practiced by Gbe-speaking ethnic groups of Africa

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