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Voodoo, or Vudun, also spelled Vodon, Vodoun, Voudou, etc. The word Vodou comes from the Fon language of Dahomey (present day Benin) & translates roughly as "Spirit". It is a traditional organized religion of coastal West Africa from Nigeria to Ghana. Vodun is practiced by the Ewe, Kabye, Mina, and Fon peoples of Southeastern Ghana, southern and central Togo, southern and central Benin and (under a different name) the Yoruba of southwestern Nigeria. It is distinct from the various traditional animistic religions in the interiors of these same countries and is the main origin for religions of similar name found among the African Diaspora in the New World such as Haitian Vodou, the Vudu of Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, Candomblé Jejé in Brazil (which uses the term Vodum), Louisiana Voodoo and Santería in Cuba. All these are synchronized with Christianity and the traditional religions of the Congo people of Congo and Angola. Voodoo spells can bring the right solution to many of your personal problems. This is why Voodoo is different from others and what makes it more powerful than any “magic” you may have access to. There are millions of people that believe in Voodoo all over Africa, Europe and America. Voodoo has been in existence for centuries and is even recognized as an official religion in countries such as Benin, Haiti, or Zimbabwe. That’s the first reason why Voodoo is special. Voodoo is known to be one of the most powerful forms of magic; Voodoo spells are totally harmless, except for very few occasions. I have been practicing Voodoo for many years and have never had to face a backfire. That’s because I have been taught what spirits to avoid. Voodoo spells often work, even when another magic spell failed before. It’s because Voodoo is very powerful and permits to solve very difficult situations.

 
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