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The African traditional Spiritual beliefs and practices of African people include Generally, these traditions are oral rather than scriptural,include belief in a supreme creator, belief in spirits,veneration of ancestors, use of magic, and traditional medicine, divination reading, juju,animism,cosmology calling on universal & nature masculine & feminine vital energies or forces pantheons some call deities like Alusi, Orisa, Abosom, Lwa, Neteru, making offerings & sacrifice rituals .The role of humanity is generally seen as one of harmonizing nature with the supernatural!!


Central Africa Edit

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Southern Africa Edit

West Africa Edit

African Diaspora Edit

North Africa Edit

Horn of Africa Edit


Candomblé Brazil Yoruba religion Argentina,Colombia,Uruguay,Venezuela,United States
Umbanda Brazil Yoruba religion Argentina,Uruguay,Venezuela,United States
Quimbanda Brazil Kongo Argentina,Uruguay,United States
Santería Cuba Yoruba religion Argentina,Brazil,Colombia,Dominican Republic,Mexico,Panama,Puerto Rico,United States,Uruguay,Venezuela
Cuban Vodú Cuba Dahomean religion Dominican Republic,Puerto Rico,United States
Palo Cuba[1] Kongo Dominican Republic,Puerto Rico,United States
Abakuá Cuba Ekpe United States Secret society of the Anaang,Efik, Ibibio,Ekoi, andIgbopeoples.
Dominican Vudú Dominican Republic Dahomean religion United States
Haitian Vodou Haiti Dahomean religion Canada,Dominican Republic,United States
Obeah Jamaica Akan religion,Odinani the Bahamas,Barbados,Belize,Dominica,Grenada,Guyana,Suriname,Trinidad and Tobago,Virgin Islands,United States Similar toHoodoofolk magic. Derives from the Igbo ‘obia’ (or dibia,Igbo:doctoring) traditions.[2]
Kumina Jamaica Kongo United States
Winti Suriname Akan religion Guyana,Netherlands,United States
Spiritual Baptist Trinidad and Tobago Yoruba religion the Bahamas,Barbados,Canada,Jamaica,United States
Trinidad Orisha Trinidad and Tobago[3] Yoruba United States
Louisiana Voodoo Southern United States Dahomean religion United States

Other closely related regional faiths include:

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