5 edition of Santería found in the catalog.
Mary Ann Clark
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The sacred stories of Santería are known as patakis (pronounced: pah-tah-KEES).They have been passed down orally from generation to generation for thousands of years, sometimes undergoing subtle transformations over time due to varying interpretative skills on the part of the storyteller, and sometimes due to linguistic and cultural shifts caused by migration to new lands. Discover the best Santería books and audiobooks. Learn from Santería experts like Irete Lazo and Henry B. Lovejoy. Read Santería books like The Accidental Santera and Prieto for free with a free day trial.
If you have read Havana Lost you’ll have noticed the way I’ve woven the Santería religion through the plot. A potent mix of European Catholicism and African Voodoo, it is a constant backdrop to the Cuban psyche. My character Carla Garcia believes in it more than any of the other characters in the book, not unusual for someone of her background and generation. Santería has its roots in the Yoruba people of West Africa. The slave trade brought many Africans to Cuba, Brazil, Haiti, the southern USA, Puerto Rico, Trinidad and other Caribbean basin nations. In Cuba, the slaves of Yoruba origin were called "Lucumí," perhaps due to the mistaken belief that they all belonged to the Ulkumí tribe, or.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Santería by Migene González-Wippler, , Llewellyn Español edition, in Spanish / español - Pages: The first book to explore these ancient African stories in English, Teachings of the Santería Gods recounts more than of these sacred parables, including many stories reassembled from the oral tradition of the African diaspora. Ranging from creation myths to what happens when a love potion works far too well, these stories share the wisdom Released on: J
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This book by Miguel De La Torre offers a fascinating guide to the history, beliefs, rituals, and culture of Santería ― a religious tradition that, despite persecution, suppression, and its own secretive nature, has close to a million adherents in the United States by: Santeria: The Religion covers every aspect of this religion, including its rites and ceremonies.
Some of these ceremonies may be considered bizarre or controversial―but, if you want to know the truth, get this book. Santeria: The Religion contains over 65 remarkable photographs that will take you right into Santeria traditions. Interviews Cited by: Electric Santería is a new 'classic' for religious studies and for African diaspora studies.
Inderpal Grewal, Yale University An innovative exploration of a protean Santería book complex religious phenomenon, Electric Santería presents a powerful challenge to the longstanding dominance of the Abrahamic within anthropological scholarship on religion.
Santeria Cubana-Yoruba. 7, likes 48 talking about this. Esta pagina es para compartir conocimientos sobre la Religion Afrocubana o Santería Afro ers: K. With an active marketplace of over million items, use the Alibris Advanced Search Page to find any item you are looking for.
Through the Advanced Search, you can find items by searching specific terms such as Title, Artist, Song Title, Genre, etc or you can narrow your. Santería represents the first in-depth, scholarly account of a profound way of wisdom that is growing in importance in America today.
A professional academic and himself a participant in the Santería community of the Bronx for several years, Joseph Murphy offers a powerful description and insightful analysis of this African/Cuban religion. He traces the survival of an ancient spiritual path 3/5(1).
Iniciado en la santería a los siete años, Canizares nos desvela el mundo secreto y seductor de esta religión afro-cubana. Canizares explica la práctica de la santería con los conocimientos de un miembro de la misma y la perspicacia de un erudito, revelando sus dimensiones ocultas, y proporcionando a la vez un análisis fascinante sobre la mezcla de las tradiciones católicas, cubanas y.
Santería es una novela muy original. No sólo por la narración de Oyola, que hace muy bien en darles voz a los que muchas veces no la tienen, como sucede en Kryptonita, sino también por los temas que novela gira en torno a cuestiones como la superstición, la videncia y el tirar las cartas, que claramente no son tan recurrentes en la literatura actual/5.
Practitioners of the Afro-Cuban religion Santería believe that powerful spirit forces--orishas--provide guidance and inspiration in the form of song.
Listening intently creates a bridge between God and humankind that releases the orisha's healing power. Sacred Sounds of Santería includes rare field recordings made in Cuba in the 's during actual Santería rituals, and studio recordings.
As a final note of introduction to this discussion of Santería prayers to the orishas, I offer the fol-lowing quote, which beautifully encompasses much of what I hope to make clear: Ashe, or aché, divination, deities, sacrifice, ceremony, chants, possession, and Size: KB.
Santería is an Afro-Cuban religion that arose out of the cultural clash of Christianity and African Yoruba beliefs that occurred when slaves were brought to the Americas. As the faith system of marginalized, persecuted people, Santería sought to strengthen an oppressed people's will to survive.
With the exodus of Cuban refugees immediately following Castro's revolution inSantería Pages: About Living Santería. In Smithsonian anthropologist Michael Atwood Mason traveled to Cuba for initiation as a priest into the Santería religion.
Since then he has created an active oricha “house” and has initiated five others as priests. Santeria, A syncretistic Caribbean religion Beliefs and practices.
Sponsored link. The Orisha: Santeria includes the worship of the Orisha-- literally "head guardians," and religious beliefs of the Yoruba and Bantu people in Southern Nigeria, Senegal and Guinea are combined with elements of Roman Catholicism.
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Sacred Possessions is an unprecedented collection of thirteen comparative and interdisciplinary essays exploring the cross-cultural dynamics of African-based religious systems in the Caribbean. The contributors analyze the nature and liturgies of Vodou, Santeria, Obeah, Quimbois, and Gaga as they form one central cultural matrix in the region.
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Santería is a monotheistic religion with a god named Olodumare, "owner of all destinies," writes Joseph Murphy in his book "Santería An African Religion in America.". Note. Citation formats are based on standards as of July Citations contain only title, author, edition, publisher, and year published.
Citations should be used as a. This book by Miguel De La Torre offers a fascinating guide to the history, beliefs, rituals, and culture of Santería -- a religious tradition that, despite persecution, suppression, and its own secretive nature, has close to a million adherents in the United States alone.
Santería. likes. Uma Louvação Ao Ecletismo Musical De Bom GostoFollowers:. Ever since its emergence in colonial-era Cuba, Afro-Cuban Santería (or Lucumí) has displayed a complex dynamic of continuity and change in its institutions, rituals, and iconography.
In Santería Enthroned, David H. Brown combines art history, cultural anthropology, and ethnohistory to show how Africans and their descendants have developed novel forms of religious practice in the face .Santeria is a fusion of Catholic practices and African folk beliefs.
It emerged in Cuba during the 17th century, and has been embedded in Cuban society ever since. These days, it’s far more prevalent than Catholicism on the island—Santeros outnumber Catholics by Cuba is still the religious center of Santería, but the faith has spread.Buy This Book in Print summary Cros Sandoval's authoritative introduction to the Afro-Cuban religion called Santeria explores how it emerged and developed in Cuba out of transplanted Yoruba beliefs and continues to spread and adjust to changing times and contexts.