The history of superstition in the Caribbean in general

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Santeros set agenda for sect's future
Associated Press, 12 December 1996. Santeria becoming an organized church. It is an amalgamation of Roman Catholic and West African beliefs practiced in Cuba and other Caribbean islands, but not recognized by the Catholic Church.
Move Afoot to Recognise Rastarianism as Bona Fide Religion
By Wesley Gibbings, IPS, 27 may 2000. Moves to officially recognise Rastafarian practices in the Caribbean have gained momentum in places such as Jamaica and in St Vincent and the Grenadines. Painful questions surround some Rastafarian practices, the ritualistic use of marijuana in particular.