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Mami Wata Voodoo women dance in trance during the Epe Ekpe ceremony, in Aneho, Togo. Epe Ekpe marks Voodoo New Year in Togo. During the ceremony, Voodoo priests look for a stone in the sacred forest; depending on the color of the stone, a prophecy for the New Year is made. Voodoo is a very complicated religion; often not understood fully by westerners. It is estimated that Voodoo is about 4000 years old. Voodoos' cradle in West Africa is Benin and Togo. ..September 2006..MORE PICTURES AVILABLE ON REQUEST
Mami Wata Voodoo women dance in trance during the Epe Ekpe ceremony, in Aneho, Togo. Epe Ekpe marks Voodoo New Year in Togo. During the ceremony, Voodoo priests look for a stone in the sacred forest; depending on the color of the stone, a prophecy for the New Year is made. Voodoo is a very complicated religion; often not understood fully by westerners. It is estimated that Voodoo is about 4000 years old. Voodoos' cradle in West Africa is Benin and Togo. ..September 2006..MORE PICTURES...
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