Santeria，也称为Lacumi或Regla de Ocha，主要在古巴开发。除了Vodun和Yoruba宗教，Santeria也借鉴了新世界的本土信仰。 Santeria主要由其仪式而不是信仰来定义。只有经过适当准备的牧师才能执行这些仪式，但可以为任何人执行这些仪式。 Santeria认识到存在多个被称为orishas的神，尽管不同的信徒认识到不同数量的orishas。 orishas是由创造者神Olodumare创造的，或者是创造者神Olodumare的散发。 Candomble，也称为Macumba，起源于Santeria，但在巴西开发。葡萄牙语是巴西的官方语言，orishas被称为orixas。 Umbanda在19世纪后期从Candomble成长。然而，由于它已分解成多条路径，一些团体已经从Candomble走得更远。 Umbanda也倾向于融入一些东方的神秘主义，例如读卡，业力和轮回。动物牺牲，大多数是非洲侨民宗教，常常被Umbandans所避开。
Santeria, also known as Lacumi or Regla de Ocha, is mainly developed in Cuba. In addition to the Vodun and Yoruba religions, Santeria also draws on the local beliefs of the New World. Santeria is primarily defined by its rituals rather than beliefs. These rituals can only be performed by properly prepared priests, but they can be performed for anyone. Santeria recognizes the existence of multiple gods known as orissas, although different believers recognize different numbers of orishas. The orishas were created by the creator God Olodumare, or by the creator God Olodumare. Candomble, also known as Macumba, originated in Santeria but was developed in Brazil. Portuguese is the official language of Brazil, and orishas is called orixas. Umbanda grew up from Candomble in the late 19th century. However, some groups have gone further from Candomble because it has broken down into multiple paths. Umbanda also tends to incorporate some Eastern mysticism, such as card reading, karma and reincarnation. Animal sacrifices, mostly African religious religions, are often avoided by Umbandans.