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Saut d'Eau 1. People chanting as part of ceremony 2. Crowds around waterfall 3. Crowd near waterfall ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: TWO TOPLESS WOMEN VISIBLE ON RIGHT SIDE OF SHOT++ 4. People lighting candles, carrying fronds 5. Zoom into people performing ritual in the water 6. Close of woman chanting and praying ++++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE : TOPLESS WOMAN COMES IN AND OUT OF RIGHT SIDE OF SHOT++ 7. Bottle wrapped in leaves, pull out to to woman holding it 8. Men standing on rock under waterfall 9. SOUNDBITE: (French Creole) Pareson Abela, worshipper: ++ROUGH TRANSLATION++ "I come here every year to pray for my family and my job but this year is more special because we are asking for Haiti's reconstruction following the earthquake." 10. Crowd in waterfall 11. Young woman with bundle of herbs 12. Women in underwear, bikinis, in the waterfall 13. Man in waterfall 14. Various of people in waterfall praying 15. Girl washing with herbs 16. Wide of crowd with waterfall behind STORYLINE: Thousands of Haitians made their way to the sacred Saut d'Eau waterfalls in a voodoo pilgrimage on Friday as the country still reels from the devastating effects of last January's earthquake. According to folk lore, an image of the mother of Jesus Christ, the Virgin Mary, appeared near the waterfalls around 200 years ago. Today, most pilgrims pay homage to the goddess of love - Erzulie - the equivalent of the Virgin Mary in Vodou, the Creole word for voodoo. Pilgrims strip and submerge themselves in the waters, bathing with soap and aromatic leaves like mint. Some stand under the cascade with arms stretched wide, and ask Erzulie for favours, while others begin shaking, believing they are possessed. Voodoo evolved in the 17th century from African slaves. French colonisers forced them to practice Roman Catholicism but many remained loyal to their African religions in secret by adopting Catholic saints to coincide with African spirits. The Virgin Mary became Erzulie, St. Jacques became Ogun, a warrior spirit. Voodoo followers believe in a supreme God and a world of powerful spirits who link the human with the divine. Voodoo is central to Haitian life and is observed in some form by most of the country's eight (m) million people. Saut d'Eau used to attract tens of thousands of pilgrims but many no longer can afford the journey as Haiti's crippled economy slipped further into decay, even before the earthquake. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/564546cd77191fcb8d6a775439435fab Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork