An interfaith religious web site administered by an elder priest of both the Palo and Lukumi traditions, providing guidance and assistance to the followers of these religions. Many families practice two or more African, Christian, or Spiritist belief systems; such syncretism is found throughout Cuba, Haiti, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Italy, Spain, and Portugal. This web site hosts an impressive and extensive archive of educational articles on all aspects of African Syncretism.
A lengthy ist of books on all aspects of African Diasporic religions in Cuba written by the renowned ethnographer Lydia Cabrera.
Kongo-derived religions are based on veneration of named ancestors (Nkuyu), water spirits or remote ancestors (Simbi), nature spirits or remotest ancestors (Inquises), and the high god (Nzambi Mpongo).
A nonprofit, religious, educational, and certification organization committed to the positive promotion of African Traditional Religions, and the legitimatization of ATR practitioners in the United States and its territories.
A multimedia exhibition at the Historical Museum of Southern Florida on traditional arts associated with the Afro-Cuban Orisha religion in Miami.
Brief profile discussing the Candomble and Umbanda faiths.