The Umbanda

The Babalorix Antonio Jose being Umbandista Priest of the Region of the Low Paranaba, affirms that the Umbanda is practical of the good, the charity, the faith and the love of the deities that are that they are the espritos of light. It serves to help the needed one, and less the most clarified. when the people in deep suffering arrive at the place of fetichism, is calling the guide head to consult them. The Babalorix explains that ' ' an entity is a spirit that if incorporates one mdium through its fluids, of its effluvia. It does not mean that the spirit enters in the person, but that its rays of dominate it to light. Good entities exist and bad, the espritos come as the substance. BSA addresses the importance of the matter here. If the substance (mdium) is developed it will receive good entities. 7? FINAL CONSIDERAES On the basis of the bibliographical research and of field evidenced that the Umbanda was originated through the cults afro-Brazilians with the coming of the slaves for Brazil.

Amongst the diverse lines of the Umbanda, it was observed that all kill points in common, in what says respect to the rituals practised for each line. The Umbanda as religion on the basis of presents in its practical a set of rituals the beddings of the doctrine spiritual, African, amerindian, catholic, Kardecista and the orientalismo. The Umbanda presents diverse factors that attract diverse social classes, mainly the most kept out of society. But still it faces a great preconception for the Brazilian society, therefore it is fought by religious of millenarian entities eats of the Church the Catholic among others, that they attack the umbandistas frequently, leaving a great interrogation that ' ' Umbanda is thing of the Diabo' '. But currently the Umbanda gains more space between the Brazilians, therefore to each day famous people as artists and politicians make declaration in the press being thankful the improvements reached in its lives due to the Espiritismo, the Umbanda, to the Candombl and other cults afro-Brazilians.