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Santería stories

Luis Manuel NГєГ±ez

Santería stories

by Luis Manuel NГєГ±ez

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Published by Spring Publications, Inc., Distributed by the Continuum International Pub. Group in Putnam, Conn, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Santeria

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 393)

    StatementLuis Manuel Núñez
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL2532.S3 N87 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination397 p. :
    Number of Pages397
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17205345M
    ISBN 100882145673
    LC Control Number2006027607

    The first book to explore the sacred myths of Santería • Includes more than myths, stories, and histories about the odu and the orishas • Reassembles the oral fragments from the African diaspora into coherent stories • Demonstrates that the African peoples, specifically the Yoruba, were deeply spiritual At the core of the diloggún--the sacred divination system of Santería--are the. Santería, also known as Yoruba, Lukumi, or Orisha, was originally brought to the Americas from Africa by enslaved peoples destined for the Caribbean and South America. By the late s it was estimated that more than 70 million African and American people participated in, or were familiar with, the various forms of Santeria, including traditional religions in Africa, Vodun in Haiti Reviews: 1.

    Compra Diloggun Tales of the Natural World: How the Moon Fooled the Sun and Other Santeria Stories: How the Moon Fooled the Sun and Other Santería Stories. SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA su ordini idonei Passa al contenuto principale. Iscriviti a Prime /5(14).   Santería is a monotheistic religion with a god named Olodumare, "owner of all destinies," writes Joseph Murphy in his book "Santería An African Religion in America." More Stories Research.

    Definition “Oral narratives of the Lucumí faith, religious stories [are] known to practitioners as patakís.”: viii A patakí can be likened to a Christian parable. Santería initiates use the short fables to teach and illustrate a moral lesson to followers. The first book to explore the history, methods, and thinking behind sacrifice in the growing Santería faith • Explains the animal sacrifice ceremony in step-by-step detail • Shares the ancient African sacred stories that reveal the well-thought-out metaphysics and spirituality behind the practice of animal sacrificeBrand: Inner Traditions/Bear & Company.


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Santería stories by Luis Manuel NГєГ±ez Download PDF EPUB FB2

“With brilliant and beautiful narratives, Ócha’ni Lele skillfully navigates the complex stories of the ancient Yoruba people. The myths presented in Diloggún Tales of the Natural World are eternal; equally as profound as those of the Greeks and Romans. With a compelling power akin to the I Ching, this work is well overdue/5(17).

This book by Miguel De La Torre offers a fascinating guide to the history, beliefs, rituals, and culture of Santería ― a religious tradition that, despite persecution, suppression, and its own secretive nature, has close to a million adherents in the United States by: Sacrificial Ceremonies of Santería: A Complete Guide to the Rituals and Practices - Ebook written by Ócha'ni Lele.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Sacrificial Ceremonies of Santería: A Complete Guide to the Rituals and Practices. The sacred stories of Santería are Santería stories book as patakis (pronounced: pah-tah-KEES).They have been passed down orally from generation to generation for thousands of years, sometimes undergoing subtle transformations over time due to varying interpretative skills on the part of the storyteller, and sometimes due to linguistic and cultural shifts caused by migration to new lands.

Santería, also known as Regla de Ocha, Regla de Ifá, or Lucumí, is an Afro-American religion that developed in Cuba between the 16th and 19th centuries. It arose through a process of syncretism between the traditional Yoruba religion of West Africa and the Roman Catholic form of is no central authority in control of the movement, which comprises adherents known as Associations: Church of Lukumi Babalu Aye.

The first book to explore the history, methods, and thinking behind sacrifice in the growing Santería faith • Explains the animal sacrifice ceremony in step-by-step detail • Shares the ancient African sacred stories that reveal the well-thought-out meta.

Santería stories book brilliant and beautiful narratives, Ócha’ni Lele skillfully navigates the complex stories of the ancient Yoruba people.

The myths presented in Diloggún Tales of the Natural World are eternal; equally as profound as those of the Greeks and Romans.

With a compelling power akin to the I Released on: Septem   The first book to explore these ancient African stories in English, Teachings of the Santería Gods recounts more than of these sacred parables, including many stories reassembled from the oral tradition of the African diaspora.

Ranging from creation myths to what happens when a love potion works far too well, these stories share the wisdom /5(2). Santería stories. [Luis Manuel Núñez] Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Luis Manuel Núñez. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Santería.

Orischa. User lists with this item. The first book to explore these ancient African stories in English, Teachings of the Santería Gods recounts more than of these sacred parables, including many stories reassembled from the oral tradition of the African diaspora.

Ranging from creation myths to what happens when a love potion works far too well, these stories share the wisdom. The first book to explore these ancient African stories in English, Teachings of the Santería Gods recounts more than of these sacred parables, including many stories reassembled from the oral tradition of the African diaspora.

Ranging from creation myths to what happens when a love potion works far too well, these stories share the wisdom Released on: J   Diloggun Tales of the Natural World presents more than 40 patakís that shed light upon the worldview of Santería.

Each story in this collection, reassembled from the oral tradition of the African diaspora, is centered on a spiritual principle in nature: the waxing and waning of the moon, solar and lunar eclipses, the phenomenon of shooting Brand: Inner Traditions/Bear & Company.

Diloggún Tales of the Natural World book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Sacred myths from Santería centered on nature an /5. Diloggún Tales of the Natural World: How the Moon Fooled the Sun and Other Santería Stories by Ócha'ni Lele Free PDF d0wnl0ad, audio books, books to read, good books to read, cheap books, good books, online books, books online, book reviews epub, read books online, books to read online, online library, greatbooks to read, PDF best books to.

The first book to explore the sacred myths of Santería Includes more than myths, stories, and histories about the odu and the orishas Reassembles the /5. Get this from a library. Diloggún tales of the natural world: how the moon fooled the sun, and other Santería stories.

[Ócha'ni Lele] -- Since ancient times the Yoruba of West Africa created sacred stories - patakís - to make sense of the world around them. Upon arrival in the New World, the Yoruba religion began to incorporate. Sacred stories of the Orishas. In the book, The Altar of My Soul: The Living Traditions of Santería, author and practitioner of the Santeria Vega says, that Olodumare told the male Orishas that, “Without women and children, the world could not function.

Without Ochun. A misconception about Santería is that it's a polytheistic religion, or one that worships many gods. This isn't strictly true. There is one supreme God in the Lucumí pantheon, who like the Holy Trinity of the Catholic Church, has three representations and three names: Olodumare, Olofi, and Olorun.

Olodumare is the Supreme Being, the Father. Throughout the stories is woven the Cowboy Bible--a mystical and protean object that first appears as the talisman of a Santería-practicing luchador, DJ, and art critic, then later morphs into an unbeatable marathon drinker, a scion of a fried-chicken vendor dynasty who becomes a Communist guerrilla freedom fighter, and the leather for a pair Author: Carlos Velazquez.

The first book to explore the history, methods, and thinking behind sacrifice in the growing Santería faith • Explains the animal sacrifice ceremony in step-by-step detail • Shares the ancient African sacred stories that reveal the well-thought-out metaphysics and spirituality behind the practice of animal sacrifice/5(36).

The first book to explore the history, methods, and thinking behind sacrifice in the growing Santería faith • Explains the animal sacrifice ceremony in step-by-step detail • Shares the ancient African sacred stories that reveal the well-thought-out metaphysics and spirituality behind the practice of animal sacrifice.

Electric Santería is a new 'classic' for religious studies and for African diaspora studies. Inderpal Grewal, Yale University An innovative exploration of a protean and complex religious phenomenon, Electric Santería presents a powerful challenge to the longstanding dominance of the Abrahamic within anthropological scholarship on religion.The first book to explore the sacred myths of Santería * Includes more than myths, stories, and histories about the odu and the orishas * Reassembles the oral fragments from the African diaspora into coherent stories * Demonstrates that the African peoples, specifically the Yoruba, were deeply spiritual At the core of the diloggún--the /5(3).