Once the fourth king of Yoruba, and inmortalized as the thunder god, Shangó is legendary across the African Atlantic world. Shangó's storms and lightning bring a purifying moral terror encapsulated by the boldness and inmediacy of his art and altars. Shangó attracts many followers, as his entensive entourage represented on his altar.

    see Haitian Mythology

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