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  • 1. © 2012-BIBLIOTECAS SOCIEDAD YORUBA DE MEXICO Y AGUILADE IFA FOUNDATION- EJEMPLAR GRATUITO-BibliografíaAbimbola, Wande. The Bag of Wisdom: Osun and the Origins ofthe Ifa Divination. 2000Angarica, Nicolás Valentín. Manual del Orihate, Religión Lucumí.1955Armstrong, Susan J. & Botzler, Richard G. (eds.). The AnimalEthics Reader. London & New York: Routledge.Bascom, William. Sixteen Cowries: Yoruba Divination from Africato the New World, Midland Book. 1980______________. Ifa Divination: Communication between Gods andMen in West Africa. Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1969___________________. The Yoruba of Southwestern Nigeria NewYork: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1969.
  • 2. Brown, David H. Santeria Enthroned: Art, Ritual, and Innovation inan Afro-Cuban Religion. The University of Chicago Press. 2005Cabrera, Lydia. El Monte, Ignbo Finda, Ewe Orisha, Vititinfinda. LaHabana, Editora C.R., 1954Clark, Mary Ann. Santería: Correcting the Myths and Uncoveringthe Realities of a Growing Religion. Praeger Publishers, 2007Dawkins, Marian. Animal Minds and Animal Emotions. Stamp 2003Ellis, A. B. The Yoruba-Speaking Peoples of the Slave Coast ofWest Africa, 1894Fatunmi, Fa’lokun. Ibase Orisa. Ifa Proverbs, Folktales, SacredHistory and Prayer. Original Publications. Plainview, New York.1994Gámez, Leonel. Colecciones de Ifá Osheniwó.Ifá, Águila de. Notas Privadas de Ifá.Mason, John. Orin Orisa: Songs for Selected Heads 1979Mason, Michael. Living Santeria: Rituals and Experiences in anAfro-Cuban Religion. Washington [D.C.]: Smithsonian InstitutionPress, 2002.
  • 3. Maupoil, Bernard, La Géomancie à l’ancienne côte des esclaves.Paris: Institute D’ethnologie, Musée de l’Homme, 1943Miller, Ivor.Murphy, Joseph. Ritual Systems in Cuban Santeria, TempleUniversity Press, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 1981_____________ Santeria: an African religion in America, BeaconPress, Boston (Massachusetts), 1988_____________ Yoruba Origins of Afro-Cuban Culture. The Journalof Caribbean Studies, 10, v. 1-2, 1995Murrell, Nathaniel Samuel. Afro-Caribbean Religions: AnIntroduction to Their Historical, Cultural, and Sacred Traditions de.Temple University Press, Philadelphia. 2010Olábodé, Afolábí. The Semantic Basis of Metaphors and RelatedTropes. In: Yorùbá, Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Linguistics andAfrican languages, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. 1981Olupona, Jacob K. Orısa Osun Yoruba Sacred Kingship and CivilReligion in Osogbo, Nigeria, 2002Paravisini, Gerbet, FernándezOlmos, M. “Introduction.” In Sacred Possessions: Voodo, Santería,Obeah, and the Caribbean, and L. Paravisini-Gebert, eds. NewBrunswick, N. J. Rutgers University PressRamos, Miguel W. La División de La Habana: Conflicto Territorial yHegemonía Cultural en los seguidores de la Religión Lukumi de Oyó1850s–1920s. 2008
  • 4. Valbuena E., Carlos. Vocabulario Santero de Tata Gaitán.Ediciones Orishas de Cuba. 1994