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OSHA: Secrets of the Yoruba Lucumi Santeria Religion in the United States and the Americas
     

OSHA: Secrets of the Yoruba Lucumi Santeria Religion in the United States and the Americas

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by Julio Garcia Garcia Cortez, Julio Garcia Cortez (Photographer), Roger Francis (Editor), Manny Vega (Illustrator)
 

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OSHA 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I FOUND THAT THE OSHA WAS A GOOD BOOK BUT YET THERE IS ALWAYS WORDS IN SPANISH THAT DO NOT MEAN THE SAME IN ENGLISH OR ARE TOLD DIFFERENTLY IN SPANISH NOT EXPLAIN THE CORRECT WAY IN ENGLISH SO THERE FOR THE PERSON WHO IS READING THE BOOK WEATHER AS A READING MATERIAL OR PRACTICE SHOULD BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND THE CONSEPT OF WHAT YOU WANT TO GET OU OF IT. I HAVE THE BOOK EL SANTO (LA OCHA) AND THERE WAS CERTAIN MATERIALS IN MY BOOK THAT WAS CUT FROM THE ENGLISH VERSION BUT I STILL ENJOYED IT. MODUPUES HIJA DE LAS ORISHAS
Guest More than 1 year ago
this book was really good it explained everything i needed to know about this religion because i am going to be a santero soon but it had some mistakes like it pronounced CHango SHango and called the SAINTS, GODS, when they are really saints picked by god to helpsanteros help people who believe in this religion. This is not a polytheist religion this is a monotheist.