Haitian Voodoo Followers Mark Easter - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Followers of voodoo make their annual pilgrimage to a Haitian temple to celebrate one of the mystic religion's holiest of days, Easter Sunday. It's an ancient practice that first emerged among Africans brought to Haiti as slaves in the 16th Century and then fused with the Catholic beliefs of Spanish and French slave masters. The faithful mark their devotion to their gods by sacrificing goats.



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