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May 03, 2015
A voodoo priest touches the head of a man with a handkerchief during a voodoo ceremony in honor of Kouzen...
Mexico City, Mexico
A voodoo priest touches the head of a man with a handkerchief during a voodoo ceremony in honor of Kouzen...
A voodoo priest touches the head of a man with a handkerchief during a voodoo ceremony in honor of Kouzen Zaka, also known as St. Isidro, in Mexico City, May 2, 2015. According to Haitain voodoo, Kouzen Zaka is the patron of work, whose patronage will help with employment and safeguard crops from robbers. There are no official temples for the practice of voodoo in Mexico, according to Haitian voodoo priest, Ricardeau Pierre Poyau. Voodoo is defined as an occult religion, according to INEGI (National Institute of Statistics and Geography of Mexico). Picture taken May 2, 2015. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
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