The Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook has ratings and 23 reviews. Cultural psychologist and root worker Denise Alvarado, who grew up in New Orleans, draws. All artwork and photography is by Denise Alvarado or in the public domain. Other books by this author: The Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook. A Guide to Serving the. 1 Nov The Paperback of the Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook by Denise Alvarado at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.
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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. However, Alvarado intertwines her work with the history of New Orleans and a discussion of the impact the A Meticulously researched by a strong active practitioner who is part of an authentic, organic community. The major downside to this book is that I don’t spellboom there was a copyeditor involved at all.
In addition to a brief historical overview of these practices in New Orleans, here you will find spells, rituals, formulas, and prayers for virtually any conceivable purpose along with correspondence charts arranged by use or purpose for easy reference that will assist you in crafting your own spells and formulas. This is what u been looking for!!! Show More Show Less. Click I Have iTunes to open it now. Jan 25, Mika rated it really liked it.
It is completely a respectful and real text with consistent academic links made real by practice. She has studied mysticism and practiced Creole Voodoo and indigenous healing traditions for over three decades.
However, Alvarado intertwines her work with the history of New Orleans and a discussion of hoodop impact the African diaspora has had on that region and its magic. This is a “scholar? This is an excellent book.
Mar 20, Melissa rated it did not like it Recommended to Melissa by: This is why I am so against this author and almost all of the books she has written.
And finally, the ultimate hoodo why I despise deise book: Aug 02, PuchoAlmighty rated it it was amazing. Along the way, Voodoo has incorporated Native American rituals, Catholic beliefs, and even European folk magic. She currently lives in Arizona. I don’t understand why-out of all the known ways to empower a gree gree bag- the author chose to share this one. There are many ways of creating a mojo hand within the hoodoo tradition, including mouth-spraying, dressing with oils or cologne, breathing upon them, and passing them through incense.
It was used to gain the upper hand in a world in which Blackness afforded no opportunities, in which spiritual power was needed to pave your way in the world.
Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook
Paperbackpages. It received mounds of praise from prominent names in the magical community.
Overall, a book that offers information about the saints, spirits, and traditional work that is common to New Orleans Voodoo, and Hoodoo work. A quick listing of the major pantheons from the African religion with correspondences for the Seven African Powers, and the various American spirits that are worked in the system.
Please visit my website: Click here to learn more about this month’s sponsor! View More by This Author. Books by Denise Alvarado. This book had so much potential to give back to the community, and yet this book will be added to the hundreds of spiritual fad-diet tomes that came before it.
This path is a journey and it’s up to you to choose how you take it. The remainder of the book, a good three-quarters left, covers the various materia Overall, a book that offers information about the saints, spirits, and traditional work that is common to New Orleans Voodoo, and Hoodoo work.
Here are a few examples, from the older version of her book.
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ddnise Very interesting read about deniwe history of Voodoo in New Orleans! Denise Alvarado captures that flavor perfectly in The Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook because she has long been immersed in its magic and culture. Voodoo, hoodoo, and Santeria terms are used interchangeably. But I have to say I am very proud of this work as it is the among the very few that have been written about Creole Voodoo as it is experienced in New Orleans.
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Independent scholar, ritual artist and prolific author of Southern folk magic, spiritual slellbook and culture. She shares her research into folklore collections and 19th- and 20th- century formularies along with her own magical arts. I enjoyed that aspect of it. It was a great overview and introduction to concepts. Mar 29, L.
Ira rated it liked it May 03, A brilliant and all-encompassing work and an invaluable source alarado recorded oral tradition. Alvarado, as mentioned, straddles both worlds and is therefore able to write about Voodoo with both an academic and experiential slant. Skip to main content.
Even though I consider myself an Atheist, I found this book to be very fascinating and informative. She shares her research into folklore collections and 19th- and 20th- century formularies along with her own magical arts. Many more of the oils contained most of the ingredients listed in The Magickal Formulary Spellbook, but with a few extra ingredients added. Holidays are mentioned, but not explained.