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A ritual performance that achieves efficacy by imitating the desired magical result Which of the following is among the nineteenth- and twentieth-century philosophers who deeply influenced anthropological theories of religion. Victor Turner's final stage of rites of passage that involves the return of the individual to the everyday life.

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The “Samba-ritual” found in Umbanda and the other related rituals are even reminiscent of the old batuques (drums). Its circular and repetitive rhythm and devotion that induce the lyric, take the body of the dancer to enter the vibration that requires the entity to return.

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