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Working Conjure, by Hoodoo Sen Moise
Hoodoo Sen Moise explores the origins and practice of hoodoo rootwork in Working Conjure: A Guide to Hoodoo Folk Magic.
Everyday hoodoo: Washes, mojo bags, and simple charms
Hoodoo is a type of folk magick. By encorporating it into your everyday life, you can benefit from this powerful practice in many ways.
Hoodoo container work: Three ways to get started
Container tricks and fixings are popular magick types for those that are new to hoodoo, conjure, or rootwork. Here are the basics to get you started.
Hoodoo candle magick primer
Hoodoo candle magick is a practice rooted in African American folk tradition. Although it appears simple, it has a long history and can be powerful.
Black witch resources: Getting started
Black witch doesn't mean dark magick, it means that the practitioner identifies as Black. The magical traditions of Black people are more than Voodoo.
Petitioning the dead in magick
Our beloved ancestors guide us in our everyday lives. We are their family, and they want what is best for us. Even though they...
Connecting with the dead
Our ancestors are some of the most important spirits to incorporate into our spiritual practice, and there are many ways of connecting with the dead.
Four Thieves: From medicine to magick
The legend of the Four Thieves blend is shrouded in history and myth, can be used for one's health as medicine and can also be used for magick.
Everyday Sun Magic, by Dorothy Morrison
One might be better served leaving Everyday Sun Magic on the shelf and grabbing a basic astrology primer, an ephemeris and a copy of their own natal chart.
Vodou Money Magic, by Kenaz Filan
Vodou Money Magic: The Way to Prosperity through the Blessings of the Lwa, by Kenaz Filan Destiny Books, 9781594773310, 212pp., 2010 While I enjoyed this book...
Magic When You Need It, by Judika Illes
As an admitted non-fan of spell books, I did find Magic When You Need It to be an interesting to read.