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CUBA SANTERIA
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January 04, 2005 
Lazaro Cuesta (R-front), a priest of Cuba's Santeria religion gestures after reading the "Letter of the... 
Havana, Cuba 
Cuban santeria priests predict future for 2005 in Letter of the Year. 
Lazaro Cuesta (R-front), a priest of Cuba's Santeria religion gestures after reading the "Letter of the Year," the predictions for the year 2005, as other priests look on, during a press conference in Havana, January 4, 2005. Many Cubans give serious weight to the forecast divined by high priests of the Yoruba religion, or babalawos, from seashells and other sacred objects during secret rituals each December 31. The babalawos said that their gods forecast agricultural problems, a lack of food, treason and sickness, conflicts between countries and military interventions for the year 2005. REUTERS/Claudia Daut CD 
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