WHAT IS LA REGLA DE OSHA?
A lot of experts of Santeria favor the name Regla de Ocha or perhaps the Lucumi religious beliefs. Although it is actually practiced these days by people all over the globe, Regla de Ocha is commonly specified as an Afro-Cuban denomination which came from what is these days Nigeria in Western Africa. The terms Santeria originates from Spanish and freely equates as devotion to the santos. Many practicians of the Regla Lucumi refer to the Orichas, or the deities of the religion, as santos. This inclination to combine terminology as well as concepts from Catholicism and West African religious beliefs is sometimes called religious syncretism.