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Voodoo Meaning in usa The word voodoo, which has many different names and spellings (like vodun, vodou, voudou,
vudu, vodoun, vowdown, vooodooo, vundun) is the name of a West African animist, spiritual folkway. Some class it as a
religion. However, voodoo is more a way of life. It is a supernatural ancestral connection, passed from generation to
generation by word of mouth (oral tradition), rituals and spiritual practices. Voodoo has variations from tribe to tribe.
Religion, on the other hand, is based on formal organization, myths and dogma in texts, buildings constructed for
worship, and a hierarchy of ordained leaders.
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[*]Vodou in Haiti[Vooddo in south Africa] Voodoo in Australia]
Another word for voodoo is vodu, used in Haiti where the creole language is based on French language. African
voodoo often has animal sacrifice (the animal is killed for the spirits), but this is not common in Haiti. Voodoo in Haiti
and America has also added some Catholic ideas that were not known in African voodoo. The use of Catholic
saints/iconography may have developed as a means of adaptation, and survival, but also as a safety precaution.[2]
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