Everyday Voodoo

Everyday Voodoo

Everyday Voodoo Did you know that Voodoo dolls are actually used for healing Ever wonder what ingredients are inside a gris gris bag or even what one is Find these answers and in this introduction to Voodoo Learn abo

  • Title: Everyday Voodoo
  • Author: Beth Dolgner
  • ISBN: 9780764334191
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Paperback
  • Did you know that Voodoo dolls are actually used for healing Ever wonder what ingredients are inside a gris gris bag or even what one is Find these answers and in this introduction to Voodoo Learn about the mysterious religion s history, meet Voodoo s pantheon of spirits, and witness a Voodoo ritual within a dark courtyard in the New Orleans French Quarter You llDid you know that Voodoo dolls are actually used for healing Ever wonder what ingredients are inside a gris gris bag or even what one is Find these answers and in this introduction to Voodoo Learn about the mysterious religion s history, meet Voodoo s pantheon of spirits, and witness a Voodoo ritual within a dark courtyard in the New Orleans French Quarter You ll also find spells and rituals for love, money, luck, protection, and , as well as instructions for crafting your own voodoo dolls and gris gris bags.

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    Everyday VooDooAuthor: Beth DolgnerSchiffer Publishing 2010paperback 128 pagesISBN# 978-0-7643-3419-1I like many have been wrapped up in the fury of interest of “American Horror Story: Coven.” I lived in the beautiful French Quarter of New Orleans for a few years. It is a magical place and that magick is not just the magick that you see during Mardi Gras. It is a mystical blending of the people, food, culture, Spirituality and hospitality of the area. It seeps into into your pores and become [...]

    I appreciated the insight the author gives to this often stereotyped 'religion'. I didn't find it particularly convincing (i.e. didn't change my religious beliefs) for me, though informative.

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