"Voodoo" comes from a Dahomean word meaning "god." Expert Milo...

B.murphy-bridge - July 10 2012, 7:44 PM

"Voodoo" comes from a Dahomean word meaning "god." Expert Milo Rigaud explains:
"vo" signifies "introspection" and "du" means "the unknown" - a stimulus for artists and believers alike.

Today Voodoo inspires and involves, protects and pervades all facets of Haitian culture."

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