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A large sequined Vodou "drapo" or flag by the artist George Valris, depicting the veve, or symbol, of the loa Loko Atison.
A large sequined Vodou "drapo" or flag by the artist George Valris, depicting the veve, or symbol, of the loa Loko Atison.
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A large sequined Vodou "drapo" or flag by the artist George Valris, depicting the veve, or symbol, of the loa Loko Atison.

Veve for the Voodoo Loa named Ayizan
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"Contemporary poster of a Mami Wata, 'serpent priestess' painted by German (Hamburg) artist Schleisinger, ca. 1926, displayed in shrines as a popular image of Mami Wata in Africa and in the Diaspora."

"Contemporary poster of a Mami Wata, 'serpent priestess' painted by German (Hamburg) artist Schleisinger, ca. 1926, displayed in shrines as a popular image of Mami Wata in Africa and in the Diaspora."
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Vodou paraphernalia, Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Vodou paraphernalia, Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
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