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  • Amanda Hawkins

    About African Traditional Religion (from Wikipedia); one of the great religions of the world.

  • Alex Pink

    Traditional African religion

  • Lorein Cipriano

    The indigenous religious beliefs and practices of African peoples include various traditional religions. Generally, they are oral rather than scriptural, include belief in a supreme being, belief in spirits and other divinities, veneration of ancestors, use of magic, and traditional medicine, The role of humanity is generally seen as one of harmonizing nature with the supernatural.

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    african tribal priest - Google Search

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