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Quibayo

topic posted Sun, July 15, 2012 - 9:52 PM by  Unsubscribed
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I was watching videos on Youtube and some video popped up that said Quibayo. What I watched was the craziest thing I've ever seen.. I googled the word Quibayo and nothing comes up that explains what these people are doing. Some of the stuff they do like blowing aguardiente/tobacco smoke and drawing symbols on the ground looks like stuff done in santeria and espiritismo but I don't think they are related because those possesions look too creepy. Does anyone know what this is?? I couldn't stop watching the videos even though they creeped me out TO THE MAX! Feel free to search youtube for "Quibayo" so you can see for yourselves what exactly I'm talking about.. Hope to get some insight from tribe members!
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  • Re: Quibayo

    07/16
    It could also be a derivative of Quimbanda, which is what one of the branches of Congolese religious practice became in Brazil. Im Cuba, the Quimbisa/Kimbisa lines are from the same region of the Congo, though separated by approximately 150 years of adaptive development.

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    • Re: Quibayo

      07/16
      Ok, after watching the video, that just looks like Playground Time for los muertos oscuros to me. None of those people were doing or saying anything of value at all, they were just throwing the horses body around like a toddler with a toy. Porqueria y nada mas.
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        Re: Quibayo

        07/16
        That's crazy.. Why would people do that?
        • Re: Quibayo

          07/16
          Well, this happened in Venezuela, and all sorts of... hm... I will be politically correct and say "nonstandard" things have crept into the religion there. This looks like a combination of Palo and a street festival, so the results are about what you would expect.
  • Re: Quibayo

    07/16
    This is also known as "Maria Lionza". Basically a mixture of African, Indigenous Indo-Venezuelan , Spiritualism and Catholic beliefs. Much like what Umbanda is in Brazil or 21 Divisions in the DR.

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