The Santeria Experience: A Journey Into the Miraculous
First published in 1982, this book received critical acclaim as one woman's autobiographical account of the magicoreligious system that remains an enigma to the Christian world. In this raw, emotional story, Migene reports her own extraordinary encounters with the religion as both a researcher and initiate. She also shares actual offerings and rituals that you can do to enlist the aid of the African deities for specific purposes!
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Foreword by Andres I Perez y Mena
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