Ifa: the religion of the Yoruba peoples - religious tolerance
They held a belief system in common: the Ifa religion. Starting in the 16th century, large numbers of Yoruba natives were transported as slaves to the Caribbean and the Americas. They combined beliefs and practices from their Ifa religion with elements of Roman Catholicism to produce the syncretistic religions of Candomblê, Palo Mayombe, Santeria , Vodun , etc.
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