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The Institute for African Cultures and Anthropology was founded in Bandundu, Congo-Kinshasa, in 1965 by the Austrian missionary Hermann Hochegger. The site primarily gives an insight into the institute's publications including mostly extensive summaries of the books. [editors ilissAfrica]
The author of the site offers articles on his perception of "traditional Congo cultur", its origin(s), ancestors, traditional religions etc. [editors ilissAfrica]
"This site is dedicated to the dissemination of knowledge about Bantu religions especially those of the Congo and Angolan diasporas in the Americas. The site is not restricted to any one of these. They include among others Candomblé de Angola and Kongo and Umbanda - Kimbanda in Brazil, Kumina in Jamaica, Las Reglas de Congo or Palo Mayombe, Palo Monte and Kimbisa in Cuba, North American Hoodoo and the Petro or Lemba rite in Haitian Vodou. Some traditions within Obeah and the Cuban form of Espiritismo known as Espiritismo Cruzado also demonstrate significant Bantu and Kongo influences."...
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