The History Of Voodoo

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Throughout the modern centuries, the long Perceptions associated with Voodoo and the practice of Voodoo was seen by the dominant American culture and Europe as sinful and threatening. It was perceived as fraudulent, but during the late twentieth century, concerns over fraudulence, sin and began to subside and Voodoo was perceived as more of a social tourist commodity and possible jackpot for commercial profiteering. During the beginning of the twenty-first, there has been a new recognition of Voodoo as an accredited religion. The state of New Orleans is unorthodox in its social, political and religion in contrast to the conservative southern region of the United States. Many tourists are found of this city not just for the beauty and history

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