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Inside Voodoo: Black Magic, Zombies, Prophecy, Telepathy & the…

by Marcus Bach

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Marcus Bach, a researcher in primitive and exotic religions, and his photographer-wife, Lorena, arrive in Haiti. Their purpose is to penetrate a religion which has been forbidden to white men – the ancient rite of Voodoo. Strangely, a white man is their guide. Stanley Reser, an enigmatic American doctor, is rumored to be a Voodoo priest; on his arm flickers a tattooed red dragon. The three watch the mambos chant their prayers to the snake god Damballa; dance their homage to the pulsation of jungle drums; draw their sacred symbols on the beaten earth. The faithful walk through flames, possessed by the spirits of the loas, the immortal Voodoo saints. Here where the supernatural prevails, Bach discovers a dynamic Christianity, the deep-felt religion of those who are Inside Voodoo.
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