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Voodoo is the national religion of Africa and is practiced by Negroes there who are not Christians or Muslims. Anyone who says otherwise is probably majoring in some gay shit like African studies and is a multiculturalist. If they are not black, you can safely bet that they are an Arab or a Wigger.
Origins of Voodoo
Many niggers actually believe that voodoo is a uniquely African invention. Actually the concept of voodoo was invented by the creators of Monkey Island, and the voodoo lady in that game was so popular that this crazy decided to LARP as her 4 lyfe. After this a bunch of niggers thought it would be cool to claim voodoo as their own, so they planted a bunch of evidence across numerous countries to support their lies, much as Satan did with the fossil record.
Voodoo practice centers around excessive drug use, stabbing crudely constructed dolls, worthless "spiritual" shiny objects which niggers, much like magpies, tend to collect, and rape. Niggers who follow Voodoo often have the intelligence quotient of an ape. The aim of voodoo is to pwn your enemies (in other words practically everyone), impress/contact dead ancestors (generally because you never got a chance to tell daddy you loved him and have been cutting over it ever since) and facilitate rape.
Needless to say, voodoo does absolutely jackshit and has not been very popular outside of Africa, Haiti and New Orleans. Followers are known to be peaceful people who dont believe in superstition. Fans of it OTI can be found at and here.
Types of Voodoo
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