Umbanda

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Umbanda is the only 100% Brazilian religion. It mixes Candomblé and Kardecism. It was created in November 15th, 1908 in Niterói, a city from Rio de Janeiro, by Zélio de Morais and a Spirit called Caboclo das Sete Encruzilhadas.