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Revivalist Symbols

by Monique
(Jamaica)

QUESTION:.

I would like to find out more about different types revivalist symbols and what they symbolize.




Hi Monique,

I'll contact a friend of mine whose parents are revivalist and ask her.

She had provided me some of this type of information in the past.

I am also expecting that my other site visitors who are familiar with the practice will help.

Stay in touch.


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Comments for Revivalist Symbols

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Jan 10, 2019
the significance of symbols in revivalism
by: Anonymous

define the purpose of each symbol and the impact of these symbols on the worshipers.

Oct 19, 2011
symbols
by: Anonymous

i really want to know want is the symbol significance i really need u help anything i can get about symbols

Jun 03, 2011
WAYS OF WORSHIP AND BELIEF
by: SAMEIKA BROWN

I NEED THIS TO HELP WITH MY s.b.a TOPIC IN SCHOOL NEED YOUR HELP PLEASE. THANK YOU VERY MUCH I WILL BE WAITING FOR YOUR RESPONS PLEASE.

Jan 08, 2011
revivalism ceremonies
by: kristan robinson

i went to a revivalist ceremony once and i enjoyed it i would like to go back but my parents are in the orisha kind of thin.

What should i do ask to continue the revivalist ceremony or go with my parents to Trinidad to an orisha ceremony? please i need HELP!!!

Jan 19, 2010
is rivialism popular in Jamaica or the world. its sick though.
by: nicktt

what is it basically about and its festivals are and symbols are about tell or show me please.

Oct 21, 2009
Resources That Will Help
by: Wellesley

Hi Monique,

One of our MIJ Fans, Betty Sullivan Black, posted this very insightful response to your question.



Remember Mr Seaga wrote extensively on the subject. Also check the Institute of Jamaica.

In addition, there is also this on Google books.





I hope that help.

Regards,
Wellesley



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