in the Sumerian city-state of Lagash.

As your brought it up, placebo effect is actually very repeatable. That’s why controlling for it is one of the very basic tests for any medicine. It’s definition is pretty much the healing effect of believing to be healed by something.

Includes  (1752),

“Even though the Poles who were abandoned in Haiti were Catholic, some later became practioners of Voodoo. One man named Amon Ferdon was a voodoo piest and he claims to be a descendant of the Polish soldiers.”


The Wikipedia article on has this to say:

(a) the truth-content but not the falsity-content of(t_2) exceeds that of (t_1), or

My educated guess is that – soon in the near future – more very poor countries will; be “erased from the face of the earth” by this weapon and it devastating effect on weather and man-made earthquakes..


Wicca is the open source religion.

Not surprisingly, some of the Poles stayed in Haiti after the Haitian Revolution. They intermarried with the locals. The Poles may have established themselves at a settlement in Casales because of its cooler climate. They built a stone church in Casales. They probably practiced Catholicism in the early days. and remoteness. A copy of the Black Madonna of Czestochowa was among their church relics.

lol @ wicca is the open source religion. hilarious!

Poking around wiki, I found the comparison of the Black Madonna of Czestochowa and Erzuli. Polish culture ignored by Ango-Americans, like Wyoming?

Your link. ‘Haitian Voudo’ appears broken.

You don’t have even the most basic info, that much is obvious. It’s pathetic. You are making a complete imbecile out of yourself, and can’t even see it.

Your religion insults his religion in its primary text.

There seem to be several diffent aspects of Ogun. Ogun Feraille apparently was the aspect associated with the Bois Caiman meeting. Ogun Balendjo in the Dominican Republic is a physian who heals with iron, heated water, etc.

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There seem to be several diffent aspects of Ogun. Ogun Feraille apparently was the aspect associated with the Bois Caiman meeting. Ogun Balendjo in the Dominican Republic is a physian who heals with iron, heated water, etc.

Library of Congress Catalog Data: ISSN 1095-5054

One source stated Ogun Feraille rode “Mambo Marinette” another stated he poessessed a “woman.” Either is possible because a worshipper can be possessed in succession by different lwas. However several diiferent worshipers might be ridden by differnt lwas.