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Biggest Natural Disasters: An injured person following an earthquake in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in 2010.

An injured person is seen in the street after an earthquake hit Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday, Jan.

nice Values, Religions and Superstitions from Haiti

haitians participate in a ritual during the voodoo festival / souvenance village / northern port-au-prince / photograph: andres martinez casares / corbis

La source Hotel, south of Haiti  Port-Salut

La source Hotel, south of Haiti Port-Salut

Vodou Ceremony, March 2, 2010, Cite Soleil, Haiti | Ph: Chip Somerville

Haitians Take Part In Voodoo Ceremony In Port-Au-Prince Slum

Mambo, a voodoo priestess, participates in a ceremony to commemorate the Day of the Souls

Haiti earthquake: voodoo high priest claims aid monopolised by Christians

Mambo, a voodoo priestess : Haiti earthquake: voodoo high priest claims aid monopolised by Christians

Cristina Garcia Rodero  HAITI. Plaine du Nord. Near the Cap Haitien. Pilgrimage to honour the apostle Saint James (Santiago) who is at the same time the Lwa Ogou, god of war. In this region took place the insurrection of the slaves that lead to the independence of the country.

Near the Cap Haitien. Pilgrimage to honour the apostle Saint James (Santiago) who is at the same time the Lwa Ogou, god of war.

VOODOO TRANCE (People) - Haitian women in a trance during a voodoo ceremony in Souvenance, Haiti. Every Easter, for over 200 years, thousands of devotees of voodoo make a pilgrimage, traveling to the Haitian village of Souvenance, 145km north from Port Au Prince, capital city of Haiti. Voodoo is one of three state-recognized religions in Haiti. (Photo and caption by Vincent Tremeau/National Geographic Photo Contest)#

National Geographic Photo Contest 2012: Part II

Every Easter for over 200 years, thousands of devotees of voodoo make a pilgrimage, traveling to the Haitian village of Souvenance, 8 April

Erzulie Dantor is the Voodoo Goddess of love, romance, art, jealousy, passion, & sex. Erzulie Dantor is the patron loa of lesbian women, fierce protector of women experiencing domestic violence & patron loa of New Orleans. Beauty, love, and sensuality are Her Creations. Emotions are what link Her to the endless reservoir of universal creativity.  Erzulie Dantor is a mulatto woman who is often portrayed as the Black Madonna, or the Roman Catholic “Saint Barbara Africana”.

afrodiaspores: so-treu: any info on artist/location? According to the NYT’s 2010 article, “Out of Ruin, Haiti’s Visionaries,” this is ‘“E.

Ritual: A young vooodoo follower, caked in dried mud, holds the head of a slain bull during a ceremony in Plaine du Nord, Haiti

The witch doctor who helped 'prove' that zombies are REAL

Max Beauvoir, the first and only 'Supreme Voodoo Chief' of Haiti, played a crucial role in averting a US invasion of Haiti and 'proving' the existence of a real-life zombie, Clairvius Narcisse (pictured).

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