Vodou a way of life

@article{Cosentino2009VodouAW,
  title={Vodou a way of life},
  author={Donald J. Cosentino},
  journal={Material Religion},
  year={2009},
  volume={5},
  pages={250 - 252}
}
250 names that appear in other magical texts) alongside the name “Emmanuel.” The absence of the crucifixion in early Christian art has long puzzled historians. Our other earliest images are from the fifth century; it is not until the sixth century that the crucifixion becomes a popular subject. While it remains quite unclear who produced this magical amulet and for what purpose (was it a Christian dabbling in magic, despite Church disapproval, or a pagan magician borrowing, as they were wont to… 
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