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History of Voodoo
The notoriously perceived notion of Voodoo as practiced in the western world is that of grotesquely molded wax dolls with pins sticking out of them. Let's look deeper than that!
Parapsychology >> Spirits
Religions >> Paganism & Wicca
Religions >> Native American, Shamanism

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Review: Taino Smokehouse and Its Hodgepodge of Barbecue
Five years ago Chris Szewczyk quit a successful career as a software engineer, abandoning his office cubicle to follow the lure of barbecue. The restaurant he and his wife, Jenny, opened in 2012, Taino Smokehouse in Middletown, adjoining the Ace ...
'Guardians of the Galaxy' Character Groot Has Puerto Rican Roots in New Comic
The only person able to save Groot is a Puerto Rican abuela named Estela. She teaches Groot that he is a descendant of the Taino, an indigenous tribe with Puerto Rican roots and that his ancestors reside inside of him.
Marlene Esterellas Mercenit, de Radio Taíno, Premio de Periodismo Científico
El Premio Obra de la Vida de la décimo novena edición del concurso de Periodismo Científico Gilberto Caballero le fue otorgado a Marlene Esterellas Mercenit, de la emisora Radio Taíno, por su dedicación y entrega a la divulgación de los resultados del ...
A changing barbecue belt: Are black-owned barbecues becoming a Southern legacy
He called the device "barbacoa," an approximation of the pronunciation of the indigenous Taino people, and the word was later anglicized. Germans helped define barbecue in Texas and South Carolina. Mexicans in south Texas contributed barbacoa, ...
El dujo taíno
Un magnífico libro, La historia del mundo en 100 objetos, publicado por el Museo Británico y BBC Radio, incluye una reseña dedicada al dujo, el asiento ritual de los taínos. Aparece en la parte XIII bajo el subtítulo Símbolos de estatus. El texto hace ...

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