The Baka community in Cameroon and Gabon have a ritual known as the Luma. This ritual marks the end of a successful hunt. For this community living in the Central African forest, hunting and gathering are their main economic activity and thus a successful hunt was celebrated.
The Luma ritual involves quite a lot of singing and dancing as a way to thank the spirit, Jengi, an intercessor between the people and their supreme being, Komba.
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The Baka believes that the forest spirit only shows itself when the community is in harmony and thus they hold the Luma to invoke its presence.