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 Afrocentric Experience: Origins of Voodoo  New window
 Voodoo is a derivative of the world's oldest known religions which have been around in Africa since the beginning of human civilization. Some estimate these civilizations and religions to be over 10,000 years old. This page is part of the large and multifaceted Afrocentric Experience web site.
 Ancestors in Haitian Vodou by Mambo Racine Sans But  New window
 Essay on respect for ancestors in Vodou, with information on the ceremony of "desounin" and related beliefs and practices.
 arealvoodooclub  New window
 Forum ["club"] for discussion on both Haitian Vodou and New Orleans Voodoo. Open membership, public archives.
 Calling on the Gods: the Embodied Aesthetic of Haitian Vodou  New window
 Academic essay, with many photo illustrations, discussing the art and visuals of Vodou in Haiti.
 Carrefour  New window
 Discussion group, mainly about Haitian Vodou, but sometimes covering African Vodun and New Orleans Voodoo as well. "Seekers, syncretists, mambos, houngans, longtime practitioners, and those who love us are all welcome!" Public message archives; moderator must approve membership for downloading files and posting.
 CityLore Magazine - The Gods Speak English in New York  New window
 Subtitled "Haitian Spirits Adjust to Urban Life". Article by Lois Wilcken about Haitian-American Vodouisants in New York City. Black and white photos.
 Dahomean Vodoun  New window
 The world's oldest Vodoun tradition alive in the diaspora.
 Enroute to Guinea  New window
 Discussion forum for Haitian Vodou. Also features archives of essays, Haitian recipes, images of saints and herbal information. Best viewed with MS Internet Explorer.  New window
 Small but well-designed site which features pages of information about some of the major Vodou lwa, and also reviews of books about Vodou.
 Haitian Vodou at Le Peristyle de Mariani  New window
 Step-by-step photographs of Haitian Vodou rites, both Rada and Petro, showing congregants mounted by various Loas, with their characteristic gestures and behaviours explained.

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