I have been a reader and rootworker for most of my life. I first began reading palms and doing numerology , bibliomancy , and tea leaf readings for friends as a child during the s, and took up professional work along these lines as a teen-ager. By i was also reading tarot cards and the I Ching for clients, and in , i became a professional astrologer. We can talk about anything that interests you and i can combine the divination with personal instructions for spellcasting. For instance, i can prescribe conjure supplies for your condition or situation, teach you the use of appropriate Psalms , give you magical spells by direct verbal instruction, or advise you about your spiritual path. If your interests range farther afield, i can also describe for you various aspects of world-wide folk magic, old-time rural acoustic blues and country music, ways to improve your website business presence through search engine optimization, and recent medical studies on the relationships between ethnicity, genealogy, and genetics.
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I talk to clients everyday who are ready and willing to do some work for themselves and this book is the place to start. Not only does it provide a list of plants, there are hundreds of recipes for everything Conjure--how to make your own mojo hand, little tricks to lay around your house and on your person, recipes for washes and baths and so much more.
For the pro and amateur alike, HHRM is the go-to source book for Hoodoo spell work as well as a testament to the tradition and a means of preservation. Hyatt, an Anglican minister who collected folklore all over the United States in the later half of the 20th century and compiled his research into five coveted volumes, Catherine Yronwode has done the world of magic a great service by compiling and publishing this grimoire of African American Hoodoo. The entries for each item includes the scientific name as well as several folk names so that there can be no confusion between elements.
In addition, the author goes to great lengths to describe in detail how each item is used in the practice of authentic Hoodoo. Where appropriate, certain entries contain insightful notes as to the toxic level of an item, or in the case of biological curios, if the animal in question is among an endangered species. This is a well thought out, thorough work written by a woman who has studied for more than three decades with several experienced root workers and had the presence of mind to record their wisdom for us all.
In addition she has taken what she has learned and raised the practice of Hoodoo to new heights by sharing her own successes and failures through her website. It contains spells and rites for virtually any conceivable need or desire. Unlike other authors, Yronwode does not shy away from the subject of curses. If you are interested in, or practice any form, of folk magic--especially one that utilizes herbs, roots, or biological curios-- then this book will most surely become an invaluable reference to you and provide you with a great deal of assistance in your efforts.
As a magickal practitioner myself I can say that this book has become like an old friend that I return to again and again for support and assistance and it never disappoints. My personal opinion, though, is that generalizing and mixing stuff together like this is fine for someone who is curious to see how different things can be used, but might be a bit too much for those who think they can just follow stuff in a book and will someone get rich, find love, or get out of jail free.
Well, maybe not from my yard, but you understand.
Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic: A Materia Magica of African-American Conjure
Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic is a practical manual for those working in traditions such as hoodoo , rootwork , witchcraft, spell-craft , conjure , white magick, black magick, pow-wow magic , hexenkraft, and herb magic. Included are hundreds of easy love spells, money spells, protection spells, healing spells, curses, and revenge spells, plus a wealth of botanical lore for the student of herbology. With solid sales and enthusiastic reviews since its original publication in , we believe that Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic is well on its way to becoming a standard in the fields of folk magic and kitchen-witchery. With 24, copies in print, it has become a go-to reference source for workers in almost every magical tradition. Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic is currently available in its Eighth Revised Edition -- with more herbal entries than ever and more magic spells than ever -- at no change in price!
These pages are free to read online. I suggest that you start reading them now! Most of these pages relate in one way or another to all the lessons in the course. I also require that you purchase the following items from my shop, spread out over the course of at least four invoices, made over the course of at least four months: 4 Lucky Mojo hoodoo conjure oils one each for love, money, protection, and negative work For use with lessons 15, 39, 41, 42, 43, etc. For use with lessons 03, 04, 05,
HOODOO HERB AND ROOT MAGIC
In she left urban life for rural places. She produced record reviews on a freelance basis for the nascent Rolling Stone magazine, and short articles on low-tech living for the Whole Earth Catalog and Country Women magazine. While in jail for growing marijuana, she wrote about her experiences "Letters from Jail" for the Spokane Natural an underground newspaper. Marvel writers are said to have consulted it.