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Hoodoo and Conjure Quarterly is the world's first journal that explores New Orleans Voodoo, Hoodoo, Southern Conjure and Folklore. Volume 1 Issue #2 explores home protections and wards, New Orleans Gris Gris, the Gree Gree men of New Orleans, Mama Moses (Harriet Tubman) and the Conjure tradition of the Underground Railroad, growing a Botanica in your backyard, MississippiHoodoo and Conjure Quarterly is the world's first journal that explores New Orleans Voodoo, Hoodoo, Southern Conjure and Folklore. Volume 1 Issue #2 explores home protections and wards, New Orleans Gris Gris, the Gree Gree men of New Orleans, Mama Moses (Harriet Tubman) and the Conjure tradition of the Underground Railroad, growing a Botanica in your backyard, Mississippi Death Conjure, Spirit Dolls, GLBT issues in the Lavender Passage, Crossroads legend, Red brick Dust, Indian Spirit Hoodoo, International Conjure, making a Business Elegba, Saint Anthony, Altars, Pomba Gira, Women of Power, the folklore of Plate Eye and Br'er Rabbit, an offering ritual for Archangel Iophiel, book reviews and a fabulous selection of spells and formularies and more!...

Title : Hoodoo and Conjure Quarterly: A Journal of New Orleans Voodoo, Hoodoo, Southern Folk Magic and Folklore (Volume 1, Issue 2)
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ISBN : 9781466223639
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 156 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Hoodoo and Conjure Quarterly: A Journal of New Orleans Voodoo, Hoodoo, Southern Folk Magic and Folklore (Volume 1, Issue 2) Reviews

  • Claudia Loureiro
    2018-11-21 23:26

    I was very pleased with the information contained in this book. This is a must have for any true conjurer/hoodoo or root worker."This Issue explores home protections and wards, New Orleans Gris Gris, the Gree Gree men of New Orleans, Mama Moses (Harriet Tubman) and the Conjure tradition of the Underground Railroad, growing a Botanica in your backyard, Mississippi Death Conjure, Spirit Dolls, GLBT issues in the Lavender Passage, Crossroads legend, Red brick Dust, Indian Spirit Hoodoo, International Conjure, making a Business Elegba, Saint Anthony, Altars, Pomba Gira, Women of Power, the folklore of Plate Eye and Br'er Rabbit, an offering ritual for Archangel Iophiel, book reviews and a fabulous selection of spells and formularies and more!"

  • Denise Alvarado
    2018-12-01 15:28

  • Carolina Dean
    2018-11-15 18:15