By Milo Rigaud
Secrets of Voodoo strains the improvement of this advanced faith (in Haiti and the Americas) from its assets within the marvelous civilizations of old Africa. This booklet offers an easy account of the gods or loas and their functionality, the symbols and symptoms, rituals, the ceremonial calendar of Voodoo, and the techniques for acting magical rites are given.
“Voodoo,” derived from phrases which means “introspection” and “mystery,” is a approach of trust concerning the formation of the area and human future with transparent correspondences in different international religions. Rigaud makes those connections and discloses the esoteric which means underlying Voodoo’s outward manifestations, that are usually misinterpreted. Translated from the French by means of Robert B. move. Drawings and pictures through Odette Mennesson-Rigaud.
Milo Rigaud was once born in Port au Prince, Haiti, in 1903, the place he spent the better a part of his existence learning the Voodoo culture. In Haiti he studied legislations, and in France ethnology, psychology, and theology. The involvement of Voodoo within the political fight of Haitian blacks for independence was once one in all his major concerns.