The man in the yellow and green hat and shirt with mystic symbols is a high priest or baba in the Santeria religion, Cuba's equivalent of voodoo. He is a lawyer in his day job. The cabinet behind us contains standard bric-a-brac along with the skull of what appeared to be a goat kid. He gave me a reading that included a recitation I could not understand as I spoke the names of my deceased relatives. He concluded I was basically a good man, but had negativity that could be fixed with an astral cleansing for 100 CUCs (about $110), cost of materials included. I was curious, but had a flight to catch the next day.
About 60% of Cubans are Catholic, 30% follow Santeria and 10% ally with other religions.