🔮🔮🔮🔮🔮/5! The life and work of the legendary “Pope of Voodoo,” Marie Laveau—a free woman of color who practically ruled New Orleans in the mid-1800s Marie Laveau may be the most influential American practitioner of the magical arts; certainly, she is among the most famous. She is the subject of songs, films, and legends and … Continue reading Book review of Shadows: The Magic of Marie Laveau by Denise Alvarado
🔮🔮🔮🔮🔮/5! Conjure, hoodoo, rootwork—these are all names for southern American folk magic. Conjure first emerged in the days of slavery and plantations and is widely considered among the most potent forms of magic. Its popularity continues to increase, both in the United States and worldwide. This book is a guide to using conjure to achieve … Continue reading Book Review of Shadows: Old Style Conjure by Starr Casas
Today is Friday the 13th, a day widely regarded in North America to be SUPER unlucky. It's commonly associated with black cats, stepping on sidewalk cracks, and tons of emergency room visits for people's very unfortunate mothers. Even if you're not superstitious, the number 13 no doubt brings up a little bit of fear and … Continue reading You Lucky Witch!