From the author of Voodoo Dolls in Magick and Ritual, Alvarado’s collection of spells and folklore captures perfectly the drama and mystery of humankind’s relationship with magickal dolls throughout history. With contributions by Doktor Snake and Carolina Dean, the triumphs and hardships of daily life are in the rituals, words, and formulas, set against the spiritual backdrop of ancient Greece, Malay, Mexico, Africa, Europe, the Deep South and New Orleans. Whether you are a practitioner of the occult or simply a lover of folklore, you will find this book provocative, alluring, informative and entertaining.
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Denise Alvarado was born and raised in the "Hoodoo Capital of the World," New Orleans, Louisiana. She is a ritual artist and independent researcher with a background in cultural anthropology and psychology and she has over 40 years experience in the conjure arts and mysticism. She is the author of several books, including the Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook and the Hoodoo Almanac 2012, coauthored with Carolina Dean and Alyne Pustanio. She is also the founder and Editor in Chief of Hoodoo and Conjure Magazine.
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