By R. Murray Thomas
This publication strains the advance of Haiti's mixed Vodou-Christian faith from 1500 to the current and explains how this mix of certain faiths coalesces in a coherent trust system.
• presents a heritage of Haiti's exact spiritual culture that explains how Spanish and French colonizers verified Catholicism in Haiti and identifies how the connections among Vodou and African indigenous religions shaped during the last 5 centuries
• Proposes seven "principles of lodging" that permit Vodou-Catholicism to be considered as a cohesive, rational procedure via the majority of Haitians
• provides details culled from enormous quantities of references from the pro literature in addition to interviews with college professors who're either gurus on Haitian Vodou-Christianity and practitioners of the faith