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This book is a collection of essays exploring important themes on the current state of Lukumi religion by Miguel 'Willie' Ramos. He writes on the Lukumi orishas, their myths and legends, and the relationships among them. He also examines in great detail, aspects of Yoruba culture, history and religious syncretism, including the anthropological debate over Yoruba gender fluidity. Ramos is a respected practitioner-writer, and he draws on fieldwork in Nigeria, scholarship, oral history and traditional sources. The book is illustrated with monochrome photographs of Lukumi shrines, magical objects and religious imagery. Publications, 2017. Paperback, xxxiv 580 pages. New.


Obatala, Odua, Oduduwa: On the Orishas... - Miguel W. Ramos