Santería, also known as Regla de Ochá or La Regla de Ifá, is a syncretic religion
of Caribbean origin that developed in the Spanish Empire among West African ...
Most practitioners of Santería prefer the name Regla de Ocha or the Lucumí
religion. Although it's practiced today by people all over the world, Regla de Ocha
Santeria (Way of the Saints) is an Afro-Caribbean religion based on Yoruba
beliefs and traditions, with some Roman Catholic elements added. The religion is
Mar 24, 2007 ... Santeria includes the worship of the Orisha -- literally "head guardians," and
religious beliefs of the Yoruba and Bantu people in Southern ...
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Santería, ( Spanish: “The Way of the Saints”) , also called La Regla de Ocha (
Spanish: “The Order of the Orishas”) or La Religión Lucumí (Spanish: “The Order
Santeria was brought to the New World by African slaves. They believe their
deities are living things, with the same needs as other beings. But each one has
Jun 16, 2009 ... Music video by Sublime performing Santeria. (C) 1996 Gasoline Alley Records
I came into contact with Santeria for the first time in 1999. Impressed by the fervor
that my Cuban friends showed for it, I decided to investigate this cult, which ...
Apr 21, 2014 ... This article originally appeared on VICE UK. Santeria — or "the worship of saints"
— is gaining ground as a popular religious practice in Cuba.