Vudu (orig. voodoo or vodou) is a religion originated in West Africa. The word "voodoo" is derived from the words in the language of the West African Fon people-that is, the spirit ', or the deity', and probably occurred before several thousand years. The term voodoo is now used to describe several different West African religions.
Santeria, or "Way of the Saints" is an Afro-Caribbean religion based on Yoruba traditions and beliefs attached to it with elements of the Catholic Church.
Makumba is Rijeka from an African (Bantu) origins, the various explanations of its meaning include "musical instrument", Central African deity, and simply "magic." This name was used in all Bantu religion in Bahija (state in Brazil) in the 19 century. Later (in the 20th century) was converted into what is now known as Umbanda, and Quimbanda Omoloko.