Haitian Voodoo. Cole Griffin. Brief History. Syncretic religion created by African slaves brought to Haiti in the 16 th century Fusion of traditional African beliefs (West African Voodoo ), Arawakan , and Roman Catholicism
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Syncretic religion comprised of Yoruba (west African culture and religion), Roman Catholicism, and native American religious influences – similar to Haitian Voodoo, the fusion was a result of slavery, however the creation of Santería took place in Cuba
Cuba is still the center of Santeríatoday, but it has slowly spread throughout the Caribbean region and even to America