- Can·dom·ble or Can·dom·blé (kä m-d m-bl ). n. A religion based on African traditions with elements derived from Christianity, practiced chiefly in Brazil.
- 1 What Is Candomblé? The Candomblé is a religion developed in
- The Candomblé is a religion developed in Brazil by enslaved Africans who attempted to recreate their culture on the other side of the ocean.
- Unit of Study on Candomblé
- that Candomblé is an Afro-based religion practiced in Brazil. • the historical the significance of the creation myth as it relates to Candomblé.
- "Jornal da Bahia", "Candomblé says no to syncretism"
- "Jornal da Bahia",. Salvador, Friday, 29th of july of 1983. "Candomblé says no to syncretism".
- Tarell McCraney's The Brothers Size grows at GableStage
- "Audiences who know nothing of [the Yoruba] tradition or its many permutations in the New World — Santería, Lukumi, vodou, Candomblé — won't need to bring a Wikipedia or Google search," McCraney assures.
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- In Brazil, Babatunde meets unexpected assistance in his quest from a young female devotee of the cult of Yemoja, who falls into a trance in his presence during a religious ceremony in one of modern Brazil's African religious temples known as candomblé.
- B-CU professors study African culture in Brazil
- Continuing on the theme of religion, Jackson added: "It's a catholic country, but the underlying religion practice is what is called Candomblé, an African form of worship which has been passed through generations.
- Candomblé - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Candomblé is an African-originated or Afro-Brazilian religion, practised chiefly in Brazil by the "povo de santo" (people of saint).
- Bahia-Online: Candomblé
- Candomblé in Bahia. Oxum. It's night in Salvador and you hear drumming.
- BBC - Religion: Candomblé
- Guide to the Candomblé religion, a tradition based on African beliefs.
- RITUAL MAGIC: CANDOMBLE & OBEAH - YouTube
- Feb 22, 2009 Documentary from Zone Reality TV Channel regarding Candomblé and Obeah. Non Commercial, Educational Use Only.
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