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Umbanda - Eine Brasilianische Religion

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Im zweiten Drittel dieses Jahrhunderts entstand in Brasilien die Umbanda, eine neue Religion, die inzwischen insbesondere in den Groß-städten über eine Millionen zählende Anhängerschaft verfügt. Sie kann als animistisch-mediunistisch charakterisiert und als Konsolidierung des brasilianischen Volkskatholizismus in den vakant gewordenen Formen ehemals af ro-brasilianischer Sekten verstanden werden.

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1973-01-01
2016-12-07

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