Santería | Wikipedia audio article
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00:00:27 1 History
00:03:50 2 Rituals and ceremonies
00:05:49 2.1 Obtaining the ilekes
00:06:59 2.2 Medio Asiento
00:07:47 2.3 Los Guerreros
00:08:25 2.4 Asiento
00:09:05 2.5 Post-initiation
00:10:39 2.6 Clergy
00:11:20 3 Lucumí traditional healing practices
00:19:51 4 Current distribution
00:20:55 5 United States court rulings
00:22:12 6 See also
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Santería, also known as Regla de Ocha, La Regla de Ifá, or Lucumí, is an Afro-American religion of Caribbean origin that developed in the Spanish Empire among West African descendants. Santería is a Spanish word that means the "worship of saints". Santería is influenced by and syncretized with Roman Catholicism. Its sacred language is the Lucumí language, a variety of Yoruba.