Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
The cover of my new book Voodoo Dolls in Magick and Ritual has a nifty Voodoodle that combines the ritual symbol for Papa Legba with a Voodoo doll. It's kind of an inside thing between him and I, this Voodoo doll thing...
In any event, my book is now available as a Paperback book and instant download!
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Printed: 213 pages, 6" x 9", perfect binding, cream interior paper (60# weight), black and white interior ink, white exterior paper (100# weight), full-color exterior ink
Description: Tracing the Voodoo doll’s roots back in time, this book provides a fascinating account of the most provocative and mystifying icon of the African-derived healing tradition of Creole Voodoo. The author explains the multicultural history of the Voodoo doll, dispels stereotypes and myths, while at the same time showing the reader how to make and use Voodoo dolls to enhance everyday life. Learn how to make three kinds of Voodoo dolls, find over 40 spells and rituals to find love, attract wealth, offer protection, and promote healing and happiness. The book is richly illustrated with over 50 photographs of all kinds of Voodoo dolls, both vintage and contemporary.
Copyright Year: 2009
Language: English Country: United States
Keywords: voodoo, voodoo dolls, New Orleans, religion, spells, rituals, magick, vodou, Africans, slavery, Creole, Haiti, folk magick
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Friday, January 16, 2009
This is the first Voodoodle of the new year. He is inspired by ancient mexican designs and the evil eye, "mal de ojo". He is a good luck voodoodle, designed to ward off all evil and negativity for 2009.