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Recommended Reading

“Voodoo and Afro-Caribbean Paganism” is an excellent book on all aspects of the various Afro-Diasporic religions in the Americas. The author, Lilith Dorsey, has been a Voodoo priestess for decades and has researched all the different varieties: Voodoo, Voudoun, Santeria/Lacumi, Condomble, Obeah, Umbanda, Hoodoo, etc. Continue reading

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A Kinder Gentler Triumphalism/Unilateralism?

On Ralph Peters’ Return of the Tribes

Ralph Peters is essentially saying that, globally, Christianity (inferred in the scope of his works) must “recognize and exploit (class warfare?) local customs (which he states often are “cumulative” rather than proactive and have to do with syncretic Shamanism, magic, “exclusive” “barricades,” and connection to the Earth) in order to enact “the religious counterrevolution of our Islamist enemies.” Continue reading

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