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- Umbanda is a syncretic religious movement, combining elements from orthodox Catholicism with submerged African and indigenous Indian spiritual beliefs.
- UMBANDA: A religion centering on the worship of the ancient African Gods who have been assimilated as Catholic saints.
- Umbanda is the Brazilian religion (Concone 1987) but was early on regarded as a Latin-American religion by its followers in Argentina.
- Umbanda is an urban phenomenon grounded in Central African influences but borrowing heavily from European influences and is integrated into urban environs.
- Umbanda is called " macumba " by some Brazilians, which is wrong.
- Umbanda's image became irrevocably tied to this controversy.
- While the Orixas have specific genders, the spirits of Umbanda, not only can be of both genders but also can be incorporated by a medium of opposite gender.
- What fascinates me the most about Umbanda is the elimination of racial boundaries.
- They handle the religion of Umbanda both as a field of study and as a faith.
- Umbanda is very rich in symbols and in cabalistic symbols.
- Because of this accusation, for ten days Umbanda beliefs and practices were judged harshly in the media.
- We saw that during the 1980s they presented their beliefs and practices through the public performance of Umbanda ceremonies, with actual spirit possession.
- Organiza----o Federativa Primado de Umbanda, contendo informa----es sobre a organiza----o e a religi--o de Umbanda.
- De la Umbanda al Africanismo: Identificacion etnica y nacional en las religiones Afrobrasilenas en Argentina.
- Of the several Macumba sects, the most important are Candomble and Umbanda.
- In the latter half of the 20th century, the Afro-Brazilian Umbanda grew rapidly among transformation of Candomble that was first noticed in Bahia .
- Boris, it's odd that living in Rio you haven't seen umbanda manisfestations all around you.
- Umbanda priests paved the way, converting to candomblé via initiations in Rio and Salvador.
- Originating in Brazil in the early 20th century, Umbanda is a religion that blends Catholicism, Kardecist Spiritualism and Afro-Brazilian traditions.
- From the 1960s, many songs about Umbanda and the other Afro-Brazilian religions became popular.
- Tambem tenho interesse em conhecer pessoas que queiram iniciar alguma coisa relacionada a Umbanda.
- Tenho procurado por um Centro de Umbanda em New York ou nas proximidades.
- La diferencia es que en la umbanda los creyentes, los hijos de la religi--n, iniciados en una ceremonia especial, pueden dialogar con sus deidades.
- Umbanda do Brasil Irmaos Este site tem o objetivo de esclarecer os praticantes e simpatizantes desta Umbanda de Todos N--s.
- Umbanda es una manifestaci--n divina, culto de car--cter m--stico religioso, proyectado en plano astral del Brasil, con fundamentos en la caridad.
- Religious syncretism gave birth to modern Brazilian religions Umbanda and Candombl--.
- The syncretism that characterizes Umbanda is not a closed system, it is a process that is in constant mutation and adaptation to particular regional needs.
- Spiritism has influenced syncretism s like Brazilian Umbanda and Vietnamese Caodaism.
- Other spiritualist sects, such as Umbanda, combine African and non-African influences.
- Temples practice both Umbanda, a syncretic variant with strong Spiritist and Catholic influences, and Batuque.
- Orishas do not arrive mainly to provide consultations, as Umbanda spiritual entities do, but to dance and share a sacred space and time with humans.
- Ing-txt Umbandas Pantheon is a meeting of spiritual entities linked to Orix--s and it is characterized by the great amount of these entities.
- In order to explore this possibility, a general background on the origins of Umbanda, and an outline of its cosmology and practices is required.
- Besides, according to Leilah Landim, Umbanda presents a possibility of social mobility within its context, through the hierarchy of mediumship (104).
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