, in general, i can say that there is a lot of similarity with the native indian cultures, and probably, also with woodoo ... believing in whatever it is you feel is right for you!madam VMThere is no "Romani Belief System" anymore than there's a unifying "White Belief System" or "Asian Belief System". There are a few common stories told, but I use myself for an example. Of course others may have an issue with your belief system and what you put yur faith in but the truth of the matter is that id they do, guess who's problem that is?Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... Communing with the gods either directly or through an intermediary. Not speaking of things which should not be spoken of, of course.I can tell which Roma have forgotten about their ancient roots when they say we have Indo-Aryans... Because the United Nations will not recognise Roma unless we claim a land of origin, a unified language, and a flag.In the Diaspora from India to Western Europe, when that specific group who migrated out of India, already met many Roma who were established in Western Europe, such as my ancestors the Calo from Spain. The reason that Roma started to proclaim Indian roots is because Gadje put that on us... So in the 1970's the Indian chakra wheel was added to our Romani flag, Romani authorities agreed to proclaim (pseudo) Indian roots, and established Romany as the official Romani language - focusing on the Sanskrits connections in the language.
Does anyone have any knowedge of this faith they'd like to share or discuss here? So basically take witchcraft and blend it with Christianity, Islam, catholicism etc... My friend speaks a lot of the Hindu gods and goddesses, and the duality of the entities. One of the popular Gypsy stories for the beginning of the God and man goes like this.God gives permission and they embrace a second and third time. It is since that woman has unceasingly craved love.I also know what was told to me about how they view animals, especially cats.It is interesting how they look at Earth, God and the Devil. The Earth/universe is known as the mother of us all, and is called De Develeski, the Divine Mother.The story continues to tell how the man, Damo, eats a pear from the now fruitful tree, though this tree is not yet of paradise. With the Devil trying to prevent the eating of the fruit, while God encouragers it.