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Hoodoo Almanac 2014 & 2015 (New)
by Alvarado, Denise
Book ID: 9781499261028, 1499261020
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SHUT THE FRONT DOOR! We did it again, y'all. For the third year in a row, we bring to you the hidden cultures of the southern swampers, urban hoodoos and hill folk in our highly successful annual publication HOODOO ALMANAC 2014 & 2015. This is two years (24 months) of entertaining and educational conjure and practical information for rootworkers, folk magicians, folklorists, researchers and spiritualists. HOODOO ALMANAC 2014 & 2015 contains herbal cures and medicines, tarotscopes, conjure formulas, calendars of notable days, numerology, lucky lotto tips, gardening tricks for rootworkers, notable African Americans, and conjure works of all types and varieties. And that's just the tip of the root!
The HOODOO ALMANAC 2014 & 2015 is the third edition of the very first almanac published in the world that focuses on southern folk magic, conjure and rootwork, Native American conjure, New Orleans Voudou and other African-derived traditions. A veritable treasure trove of facts and information for conjurers and the curious alike.
Hoodoo happens outside the ordinary person's comfort zone. But, in the HOODOO ALMANAC, we don't hide conjure. We parade it in the streets and give it a sweet tea.
MAGIC, PURE MAGIC. THE HOODOO ALMANAC 2014-2015.
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