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5- There's only one Azad that I know of and his last name is Baban, thought it might be you. Lol guess not sorry for the confusion!

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62 - An element of Haitian Voudun is creating poppets (dolls) or fetishes (symbols) to invoke a purpose, good or bad. Surprise, the term "voodoo doll" came about for a reason. So yes, a part of it IS about that.

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#65, but that's like saying that some Catholics believe in exorcism, so all Christians must believe that any mental problem is the result of a spirit possession... Or that some Americans are fat, therefore all Americans must be fat... It's not actually true. Also, that kind of Haitian voodoo is NOT the norm. In fact, you could say that Haitian voodoo and Louisiana voodoo/Hoodoo are completely separate religions... I mean, some practitioners of Haitian voodoo also basically kidnap people and t

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#65- Oh, also (this is from Wikipedia, so you can interpret it however you like): "The practice of sticking pins in dolls has history in folk magic, but its exact origins are unclear. How it became known as a method of cursing an individual by some followers of what has come to be called New Orleans Voodoo, but more appropriately Hoodoo (folk magic), is unknown. This practice is not unique to Voodoo or Hoodoo, however, and has as much basis in magical devices such as the poppet and the nki

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