HAITI - CAP HAITIEN - Voodoo beleiver during ceremonies

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HAITI, Cap Haitien, July 24, 2010..Believers attend Voodoo ceremonies in Cap Haitien,  July 24, 2010. VIEWpress / Eduardo Munoz Alvarez..The principal belief in Haitian Vodou is that deities called Lwa (or Loa) are subordinates to a god called Bondyè. This supreme being does not intercede in human affairs, and it is to the Lwa that Vodou worship is directed. Other characteristics of Vodou include veneration of the dead and protection against evil.
HAITI, Cap Haitien, July 24, 2010..Believers attend Voodoo ceremonies in Cap Haitien, July 24, 2010. VIEWpress / Eduardo Munoz Alvarez..The principal belief in Haitian Vodou is that deities called Lwa (or Loa) are subordinates to a god called Bondyè. This supreme being does not intercede in human affairs, and it is to the Lwa that Vodou worship is directed. Other characteristics of Vodou include veneration of the dead and protection against evil.
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