sehrlab qo'ymoq, jodu qilmoqtabib, emchi, duoxon
Noun(1) a charm superstitiously believed to embody magical powers(2) (Haiti(3) a religious cult practiced chiefly in Caribbean countries (especially Haiti
Verb(1) bewitch by or as if by a voodoo
(1) Haiti has just recognized voodoo as an official religion.(2) An expert on African ritual practices who has been advising the police on the case said that it might be linked to West African voodoo .(3) Nevertheless, most of what a person learns of her in the touristy parts of the French Quarter are myths, twisted truths and lies - as is often the case with most things voodoo .(4) The West African and trans-Caribbean influences in the South are best seen in spiritual ceremonies that evoke elements from voodoo rituals.(5) they can use voodoo to help people(6) Advocates say voodoo is a legitimate African-based religion that has been unfairly maligned in movies and popular culture.(7) These beliefs in establishing an actual connection with the world beyond death are closer to the beliefs of African-based religions such as voodoo than to those of Christianity.(8) Others looked to traditions that survived to the present day: to African animism, to Santeria and voodoo , to American Indian religions, even to Hinduism.(9) a voodoo priest(10) But it also plays with core elements of the Haitian voodoo tradition, of Caribbean magic, and of African rituals as well.(11) Beyond the evil, pin-covered voodoo dolls and scary zombies of clichÔö£┬«d movie lore lies the complex tapestry of real-life Haitian Vodoun or Voodoo.(12) if you understand voodoo you can talk to these spirits(13) To boost business the team developed new product lines, and discovered an independent design team in Thailand that employs traditional skills to create handmade voodoo dolls.(14) While the poems work as dramatic monologues in their own right, they are also metaphors for the human search for faith and truth, in art, religion and, yes, even voodoo dolls.(15) Followers of spirit worship and voodoo , which was introduced into the country by Haitian immigrants, are thought to number about 60,000.(16) a voodoo doll
1. witchcraft ::
2. fetish ::
3. voodooism ::
Different Formsvoodoo, voodooed, voodooing, voodooism, voodoos
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