Haitian women in a trance during a voodoo ceremony in Souvenance, Haiti. Every Easter, for over 200 years, thousands of devotees of voodoo make a pilgrimage, traveling to the Haitian village of Souvenance, 145km north from Port Au Prince, capital city of Haiti. Voodoo is one of three state-recognized religions in Haiti. (Photo and caption by Vincent Tremeau/National Geographic Photo Contest)

National Geographic Photo Contest 2012: Part II

Voodoo Drums – Drummers Of The Societe Absolument Guinin (Haiti) | Sounds of the Universe

Voodoo Drums – Drummers Of The Societe Absolument Guinin (Haiti)

Cite Soleil, Port-Au-Prince, Haiti - Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in the World

Cite Soleil, Port-Au-Prince, Haiti - Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in the World

Days of The Dead    Photography of Voodoo in Haiti by    Justin Williams

Days of The Dead Photography of Voodoo in Haiti by Justin Williams

A woman vodoo believer possessed by a spirit at the sacred pool at Sucry near Gonaives, Haiti, on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2002.

A woman voodoo believer possessed by a spirit at the sacred pool at Sucry near Gonaives, Haiti, on Thursday, Aug.

Vodou Bottle (#VYB17)  Unknown artist, Haiti  Beads on fabric on glass bottle (+/- 3 1/2" x 12"),  mid-20th century

Vodou Bottle ( Unknown artist, Haiti Beads on fabric on glass bottle (+/- 3 x century

Haiti vudu oltár - Haitian  vodou altar in Horniman Museum, London, UK  Photo by The Crow2, via Flickr

Haiti vudu oltár - Haitian vodou altar in Horniman Museum, London, UK Photo by…

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