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BRAZIL-HEALER/ABUSE
RTX6IH2Q
December 13, 2018
Followers of Brazilian spiritual healer Joao Teixeira de Faria, known as "John of God", take part in...
ABADIANIA, Brazil
Followers of Brazilian spiritual healer Joao Teixeira de Faria, known as "John of God", take part in...
Followers of Brazilian spiritual healer Joao Teixeira de Faria, known as "John of God", take part in a demonstration in Abadiania, Brazil December 13, 2018. The sign reads: "We are with you, medium Joao." REUTERS/Adriano Machado
BRAZIL-HEALER/ABUSE
RTX6IH2J
December 13, 2018
Followers of Brazilian spiritual healer Joao Teixeira de Faria, known as "John of God", take part in...
ABADIANIA, Brazil
Followers of Brazilian spiritual healer Joao Teixeira de Faria, known as "John of God", take part in...
Followers of Brazilian spiritual healer Joao Teixeira de Faria, known as "John of God", take part in a demonstration in Abadiania, Brazil December 13, 2018. The sign reads: "We are with you, medium Joao." REUTERS/Adriano Machado
NEPAL-RELIGION/
RTX1VOEY
November 24, 2015
A medium gets ready for a performance during the traditional Kartik dance festival at Patan Durbar Square...
LALITPUR, Nepal
A medium gets ready for a performance during the traditional Kartik dance festival at Patan Durbar Square...
A medium gets ready for a performance during the traditional Kartik dance festival at Patan Durbar Square in Lalitpur, Nepal November 24, 2015. Observed for eight days, the festival is the longest dance festival in Nepal, and features a mix of drama, music and dialogues introduced by King Siddhinarsingh Malla in 1637 AD. Picture taken November 24, 2015. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-RELIGION/
RTS51GV
October 19, 2015
Devotees gather around the mediums during the Shikali festival at Khokana village in Lalitpur, Nepal...
LALITPUR, Nepal
Devotees gather around the mediums during the Shikali festival at Khokana village in Lalitpur
Devotees gather around the mediums during the Shikali festival at Khokana village in Lalitpur, Nepal October 19, 2015. Dressed with colourful clay masks, the mediums participate in dances while villagers offer sacrificed animals and prayers in hope of gaining blessing from the deities in the annual Shikali festival. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-RELIGION/
RTS51GS
October 19, 2015
A medium dressed as a deity jumps during a trance at Khokana village in Lalitpur, Nepal October 19, 2015....
LALITPUR, Nepal
A medium dressed as a deity jumps during a trance at Khokana village in Lalitpur
A medium dressed as a deity jumps during a trance at Khokana village in Lalitpur, Nepal October 19, 2015. Dressed with colourful clay masks, the mediums participate in dances while villagers offer sacrificed animals and prayers in hope of gaining blessing from the deities in the annual Shikali festival. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-RELIGION/
RTS51G4
October 19, 2015
A medium dressed as a deity jumps during a trance at Khokana village in Lalitpur, Nepal October 19, 2015....
LALITPUR, Nepal
A medium dressed as a deity jumps during a trance at Khokana village in Lalitpur
A medium dressed as a deity jumps during a trance at Khokana village in Lalitpur, Nepal October 19, 2015. Dressed with colourful clay masks, the mediums participate in dances while villagers offer sacrificed animals and prayers in hope of gaining blessing from the deities in the annual Shikali festival. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
NEPAL-RELIGION/
RTS51FM
October 19, 2015
A medium prepares for a deity's procession during the Shikali festival at Khokana village in Lalitpur,...
LALITPUR, Nepal
A medium prepares for a deity's procession during the Shikali festival at Khokana village in Lalitpur...
A medium prepares for a deity's procession during the Shikali festival at Khokana village in Lalitpur, Nepal October 19, 2015. Dressed with colourful clay masks, the mediums participate in dances while villagers offer sacrificed animals and prayers in hope of gaining blessing from the deities in the annual Shikali festival. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-RELIGION/
RTS51F8
October 19, 2015
A medium prepares for a deity's procession during the Shikali festival at Khokana village in Lalitpur,...
LALITPUR, Nepal
A medium prepares for a deity's procession during the Shikali festival at Khokana village in Lalitpur...
A medium prepares for a deity's procession during the Shikali festival at Khokana village in Lalitpur, Nepal October 19, 2015. Dressed with colourful clay masks, the mediums participate in dances while villagers offer sacrificed animals and prayers in hope of gaining blessing from the deities in the annual Shikali festival. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-RELIGION/
RTS51F5
October 19, 2015
A mask of a deity is hung on a wall as a medium prepares for the deity's procession during the Shikali...
LALITPUR, Nepal
A mask of a deity is hung on a wall as a medium prepares for the deity's procession during the Shikali...
A mask of a deity is hung on a wall as a medium prepares for the deity's procession during the Shikali festival at Khokana village in Lalitpur, Nepal October 19, 2015. Dressed with colourful clay masks, the mediums participate in dances while villagers offer sacrificed animals and prayers in hope of gaining blessing from the deities in the annual Shikali festival. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-RELIGION/
RTS51ES
October 19, 2015
A medium sits behind his mask which represents a deity, while preparing for the deity's procession as...
LALITPUR, Nepal
A medium sits behind his mask which represents a deity, while preparing for the deity's procession as...
A medium sits behind his mask which represents a deity, while preparing for the deity's procession as part of the Shikali festival at Khokana village in Lalitpur, Nepal October 19, 2015. Dressed with colourful clay masks, the mediums participate in dances while villagers offer sacrificed animals and prayers in hope of gaining blessing from the deities in the annual Shikali festival. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-RELIGION/
RTS51D4
October 19, 2015
A medium sits inside the temple as he waits for his friends to perform rituals during the Shikali festival...
LALITPUR, Nepal
A medium sits inside the temple as he waits for his friends to perform rituals during the Shikali festival...
A medium sits inside the temple as he waits for his friends to perform rituals during the Shikali festival at Khokana village in Lalitpur, Nepal October 19, 2015. Dressed with colourful clay masks, the mediums participate in dances while villagers offer sacrificed animals and prayers in hope of gaining blessing from the deities in the annual Shikali festival. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFXI
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFX2
May 01, 2014
A worshipper attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshipper attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
A worshipper attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL-
RTR3NFWT
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFWH
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFVU
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFUW
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFU1
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFTA
May 01, 2014
A worshipper attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshipper attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
A worshipper attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFSC
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFRJ
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFR2
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFQM
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFQH
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFQ3
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFPG
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFP8
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFP1
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFO6
May 01, 2014
A worshipper attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshipper attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
A worshipper attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFNO
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFNA
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFMX
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL/
RTR3NFMQ
May 01, 2014
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Brasilia, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in the Planaltina neighborhood of Brasilia, May 1, 2014, May 1, 2014. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
MEXICO/
RTR3FCUA
March 22, 2013
A medium (L) prays while baptising a girl in a puddle of mud during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio...
ESPINAZO, Mexico
A medium prays while baptising a girl in a puddle of mud during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in...
A medium (L) prays while baptising a girl in a puddle of mud during celebrations for El Nino Fidencio in Espinazo town, some 120 km (74.5 miles) away from Monterrey March 18, 2013. Thousands of pilgrims from across the Americas descend on the town between March and October to visit the tomb of El Nino Fidencio, an eerie man-child figure famed for his playful cures and folk wisdom dispensed in a shrill contralto during the 1920s and 1930s. Fidencio, who is not recognized as a saint by the Vatican, gained an early reputation for faith healing and clairvoyance, and won fame throughout Mexico for his playful and unorthodox cures for a range of maladies, including cancer and lameness. Picture taken March 18, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
MALAYSIA-POLL/
RTR32YAH
June 01, 2012
A man, who is in a trance, performs a prayer at a temple in Chinese village of Pulau Ketam outside Kuala...
PULAU KETAM, Malaysia
A man, who is in a trance, performs a prayer at a temple in Chinese village of Pulau Ketam outside Kuala...
A man, who is in a trance, performs a prayer at a temple in Chinese village of Pulau Ketam outside Kuala Lumpur May 17, 2012. Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak's popularity has slipped in recent months, an opinion poll showed on Friday, as he lost support among ethnic Chinese and middle-class voters ahead of a general elections that he could call within months. The poll found that approval for Najib was weakest among ethnic Chinese, tumbling 19 percentage points to 37 percent and among those in the middle income bracket, falling 18 percentage points to 50 percent. His popularity among ethnic Malays, who form the majority of Malaysia's population, rose 5 percentage points to 79 percent. Picture taken May 17, 2012. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY RELIGION)
FRANCE/
RTR307IE
April 01, 2012
Medium Omata Tutini attends a photocall for a television series chronicling the travels of a world renowned...
Cannes, France
Medium Tutini attends a photocall for a television series during MIPTV in Cannes
Medium Omata Tutini attends a photocall for a television series chronicling the travels of a world renowned spiritual healer as part of the MIPTV, the International Television Programs Market, event in Cannes April 1, 2012. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS MEDIA)
SOCCER-NATIONS/
RTR2X3DL
January 30, 2012
Maitre Azaelis, a spiritual medium, prepares a mock soccer stadium with mystical effigies inside his...
Libreville, Gabon
Azaelis, a spiritual medium, prepares a mock soccer stadium with mystical effigies inside his shrine...
Maitre Azaelis, a spiritual medium, prepares a mock soccer stadium with mystical effigies inside his shrine, which according to him guide and protect the Gabon national soccer team, in the capital Libreville January 30, 2012. Gabon will play against Tunisia in their final African Cup of Nations Group C match in Franceville on Tuesday. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (GABON - Tags: SPORT SOCCER RELIGION SOCIETY)
SOCCER-NATIONS/
RTR2X3DE
January 30, 2012
Maitre Azaelis, a spiritual medium, poses inside his shrine with his mystical effigies, which according...
Libreville, Gabon
Azaelis, a spiritual medium, poses inside his shrine with his mystical effigies in Libreville
Maitre Azaelis, a spiritual medium, poses inside his shrine with his mystical effigies, which according to him guide and protect the Gabon national soccer team, in the capital Libreville January 30, 2012. Gabon will play against Tunisia in their final African Cup of Nations Group C match in Franceville on Tuesday. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (GABON - Tags: SPORT SOCCER RELIGION SOCIETY)
SOCCER-NATIONS/
RTR2X3CY
January 30, 2012
Maitre Azaelis, a spiritual medium, sits inside his shrine with mystical effigies and religious statues,...
Libreville, Gabon
Azaelis, a spiritual medium, sits inside his shrine with mystical effigies and religious statues in Libreville...
Maitre Azaelis, a spiritual medium, sits inside his shrine with mystical effigies and religious statues, which according to him guide and protect the Gabon national soccer team, in the capital Libreville January 30, 2012. Gabon will play against Tunisia in their final African Cup of Nations Group C match in Franceville on Tuesday. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (GABON - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-NATIONS/
RTR2X3CO
January 30, 2012
Spiritual mediums Maitre Azaelis (R) and Karim Nziengui prepare a mock soccer stadium with mystical effigies...
Libreville, Gabon
Spiritual mediums Azaelis and Nziengui prepare a mock soccer stadium with mystical effigies inside their...
Spiritual mediums Maitre Azaelis (R) and Karim Nziengui prepare a mock soccer stadium with mystical effigies inside their shrine, which according to them guide and protect the Gabon national soccer team, in the capital Libreville January 30, 2012. Gabon will play against Tunisia in their final African Cup of Nations Group C match in Franceville on Tuesday. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (GABON - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-NATIONS/
RTR2X3CJ
January 30, 2012
Spiritual mediums Maitre Azaelis (R) and Karim Nziengui prepare a mock soccer stadium with mystical effigies...
Libreville, Gabon
Spiritual mediums Azaelis and Nziengui prepare a mock soccer stadium with mystical effigies inside their...
Spiritual mediums Maitre Azaelis (R) and Karim Nziengui prepare a mock soccer stadium with mystical effigies inside their shrine, which according to them guide and protect the Gabon national soccer team, in the capital Libreville January 30, 2012. Gabon will play against Tunisia in their final African Cup of Nations Group C match in Franceville on Tuesday. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (GABON - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION SPORT SOCCER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SOCCER-NATIONS/
RTR2X3CE
January 30, 2012
Spiritual mediums Maitre Azaelis (R) and Karim Nziengui prepare a mock soccer stadium with mystical effigies...
Libreville, Gabon
Spiritual mediums Azaelis and Nziengui prepare a mock soccer stadium with mystical effigies inside their...
Spiritual mediums Maitre Azaelis (R) and Karim Nziengui prepare a mock soccer stadium with mystical effigies inside their shrine, which according to them guide and protect the Gabon national soccer team, in the capital Libreville January 30, 2012. Gabon will play against Tunisia in their final African Cup of Nations Group C match in Franceville on Tuesday. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (GABON - Tags: SPORT SOCCER RELIGION SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTR2DCKA
May 01, 2010
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
PLANALTINA, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in Planaltina, 64km (40 miles) outside Brasilia, May 1, 2010. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR2DCK4
May 01, 2010
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
PLANALTINA, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in Planaltina, 64km (40 miles) outside Brasilia, May 1, 2010. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR2DCJY
May 01, 2010
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
PLANALTINA, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in Planaltina, 64km (40 miles) outside Brasilia, May 1, 2010. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR2DCJR
May 01, 2010
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
PLANALTINA, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in Planaltina, 64km (40 miles) outside Brasilia, May 1, 2010. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR2DCJJ
May 01, 2010
A worshipper attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
PLANALTINA, Brazil
A worshipper attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
A worshipper attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in Planaltina, 64km (40 miles) outside Brasilia, May 1, 2010. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR2DCJC
May 01, 2010
A worshipper looks up as she attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the...
PLANALTINA, Brazil
A worshipper looks up as she attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the...
A worshipper looks up as she attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in Planaltina, 64km (40 miles) outside Brasilia, May 1, 2010. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR2DCJ2
May 01, 2010
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
PLANALTINA, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in Planaltina, 64km (40 miles) outside Brasilia, May 1, 2010. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR2DCIS
May 01, 2010
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
PLANALTINA, Brazil
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
Worshippers attend the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in Planaltina, 64km (40 miles) outside Brasilia, May 1, 2010. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTR2DCIG
May 01, 2010
A worshipper attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
PLANALTINA, Brazil
A worshipper attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer...
A worshipper attends the Day of the Spiritual Indoctrinator annual celebrations at the Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of the Dawn) community in Planaltina, 64km (40 miles) outside Brasilia, May 1, 2010. The Vale do Amanhecer (Valley of Dawn) is a Christian Spiritualistic doctrine founded by the spiritualist visionary known as Tia Neiva (Aunt Neiva) in 1958 in Brazil's Federal District. Today, the community has approximately 30,000 people who live in the surroundings of the temple, with more than 400 temples in Brazil as well as in Japan, Bolivia, United States and Europe, and more than 300,000 mediums worldwide, according to the organizers. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTXEMSR
May 01, 2009
Mediums known as 'jaguars' and female participants known as 'nymphs' gather around a religious complex...
Brasilia, Brazil
Mediums known as 'jaguars' and female participants known as 'nymphs' gather around a religious complex...
Mediums known as 'jaguars' and female participants known as 'nymphs' gather around a religious complex called the Shooting Star to pay their respects on the Day of Spiritual Doctrine at the Valley of the Dawn, a community located some 40 miles outside of Brasilia May 1, 2009. They were celebrating the 50th anniversary since the spiritualist visionary known as Aunt Neiva founded the body of principles relating to their religion. REUTERS/Roberto Jayme (BRAZIL SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTXEMSN
May 01, 2009
Mediums known as 'jaguars' and female participants known as 'nymphs' gather around a religious complex...
Brasilia, Brazil
Mediums known as 'jaguars' and female participants known as 'nymphs' gather around a religious complex...
Mediums known as 'jaguars' and female participants known as 'nymphs' gather around a religious complex called the Shooting Star to pay their respects on the Day of Spiritual Doctrine at the Valley of the Dawn, a community located some 40 miles outside of Brasilia May 1, 2009. They were celebrating the 50th anniversary since the spiritualist visionary known as Aunt Neiva founded the body of principles relating to their religion. REUTERS/Roberto Jayme (BRAZIL SOCIETY RELIGION)
BRAZIL/
RTXEMSL
May 01, 2009
A medium known as a 'jaguar' (R) and female participants known as 'nymphs' sit at a religious complex...
Brasilia, Brazil
Mediums known as 'jaguars' and female participants known as 'nymphs' sit at a religious complex called...
A medium known as a 'jaguar' (R) and female participants known as 'nymphs' sit at a religious complex called the Shooting Star to pay their respects on the Day of Spiritual Doctrine at the Valley of the Dawn, a community located some 40 miles outside of Brasilia May 1, 2009. They were celebrating the 50th anniversary since the spiritualist visionary known as Aunt Neiva founded the body of principles relating to their religion. REUTERS/Roberto Jayme (BRAZIL RELIGION SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTXEMS8
May 01, 2009
Mediums known as 'jaguars' and female participants known as 'nymphs' gather around a religious complex...
Brasilia, Brazil
Mediums known as 'jaguars' and female participants known as 'nymphs' gather around a religious complex...
Mediums known as 'jaguars' and female participants known as 'nymphs' gather around a religious complex called the Shooting Star to pay their respects on the Day of Spiritual Doctrine at the Valley of the Dawn, a community located some 40 miles outside of Brasilia May 1, 2009. They were celebrating the 50th anniversary since the spiritualist visionary known as Aunt Neiva founded the body of principles relating to their religion. REUTERS/Roberto Jayme (BRAZIL SOCIETY RELIGION)
Ivory Coast/
RTR240OW
January 29, 2009
An apprentice of the traditional Bosson religion uses her healing powers to cure a young child during...
ANIASSUE, Ivory Coast/Cote D'Ivoire
An apprentice of the traditional Bosson religion uses her healing powers to cure a young child during...
An apprentice of the traditional Bosson religion uses her healing powers to cure a young child during the Ahouwe ritual purification dance in Aniassue on the eastern Ivory Coast July 15, 2007. Ahouwe is a ritual dance in Ivory Coast's eastern Akan area and in Ghana, during which followers become possessed by genies who instruct them on the preparation of natural cures. The women who practice the Bosson religion are known as Komians, spiritual mediums who claim to possess healing powers. REUTERS/ Luc Gnago BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
SPAIN/
RTXA2SK
October 30, 2008
People take part in a ritual for spiritual protection during the XXIV International Forum on Esoteric...
Madrid, Spain
People take part in a ritual for spiritual protection during XXIV International Forum on Esoteric Sciences...
People take part in a ritual for spiritual protection during the XXIV International Forum on Esoteric Sciences and Alternative Therapies in Madrid October 30, 2008. The forum, which includes tarot readings and conferences with mediums and parapsychologists, will last until November 9. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN)
IVORYCOAST/
RTR1RWJN
July 16, 2007
Apprentices of the traditional Bosson religion perform the Ahouwe ritual purification dance in Aniassue...
ANIASSUE, Ivory Coast/Cote D'Ivoire
Apprentices of the traditional Bosson religion perform the Ahouwe ritual purification dance in Aniassue...
Apprentices of the traditional Bosson religion perform the Ahouwe ritual purification dance in Aniassue in eastern Ivory Coast July 15, 2007. Ahouwe is a ritual dance in Ivory Coast's eastern Akan area and in Ghana, during which followers become possessed by genies who instruct them on the preparation of natural cures. The women who practice the Bosson religion are known as Komians, spiritual mediums who claim to have healing powers. REUTERS/ Luc Gnago
IVORYCOAST/
RTR1RWJL
July 16, 2007
Apprentices of the traditional Bosson religion perform the Ahouwe ritual purification dance in Aniassue...
ANIASSUE, Ivory Coast/Cote D'Ivoire
Apprentices of the traditional Bosson religion perform the Ahouwe ritual purification dance in Aniassue...
Apprentices of the traditional Bosson religion perform the Ahouwe ritual purification dance in Aniassue in eastern Ivory Coast July 15, 2007. Ahouwe is a ritual dance in Ivory Coast's eastern Akan area and in Ghana, during which followers become possessed by genies who instruct them on the preparation of natural cures. The women who practice the Bosson religion are known as Komians, spiritual mediums who claim to have healing powers. REUTERS/ Luc Gnago
IVORYCOAST/
RTR1RWJH
July 16, 2007
Apprentices of the traditional Bosson religion perform the Ahouwe ritual purification dance in Aniassue...
ANIASSUE, Ivory Coast/Cote D'Ivoire
Apprentices of the traditional Bosson religion perform the Ahouwe ritual purification dance in Aniassue...
Apprentices of the traditional Bosson religion perform the Ahouwe ritual purification dance in Aniassue in eastern Ivory Coast July 15, 2007. Ahouwe is a ritual dance in Ivory Coast's eastern Akan area and in Ghana, during which followers become possessed by genies who instruct them on the preparation of natural cures. The women who practice the Bosson religion are known as Komians, spiritual mediums who claim to have healing powers. REUTERS/ Luc Gnago
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