One of the men attending the festival voodoo Saut d'eau which is held every July in Ville-Bonheur. Voodoo Festival Saut d'Eau is celebrated every year on July 16 to coincide with the day on which in 1847 appeared a vision of the Virgin Mary. Thousands of devotees coming from all parts of Haiti are bathed in this water for purified or pra lose the Grand Master that their dreams become reality. Voodoo is the main religion of Haiti. The followers need to be possessed by a spirit Iwa to communicate with Grand Met, since this is abut far from the physical plane. In the photograph one of the participants displayed with a Christian cross. Adherents to this type of religion vudista Catholics are also considered. Voodoo is present in one way or another by almost everyone in Haiti. To contact the Grand Met is required Iwa. The first group are the Rada Iwa, and their main ceremonial color is white. Voodoo is also associated with magic. Baron Samedi is a last resort against magic, because even if a person places a curse on the verge of death, may refuse to "dig the grave", which that person can not die.