Widely known for its musical influence, Beale Street was also once a hub for Hoodoo culture. Author tony kail traces this colorful Memphis heritage, from the arrival of Africans in Shelby County to the growth of conjure culture in juke joints and Spiritual Churches. However, and even those with the highest social status turned to Hoodoo for prosperity, necessity sometimes outweighed prejudice, love or retribution.
Mojo Workin': The Old African American Hoodoo SystemUniversity of Illinois Press #ad - Working against conventional scholarship, hazzard-Donald argues that Hoodoo emerged first in three distinct regions she calls "regional Hoodoo clusters" and that after the turn of the nineteenth century, Hoodoo took on a national rather than regional profile. Throughout, modified, hazzard-donald distinguishes between "Old tradition Black Belt Hoodoo" and commercially marketed forms that have been controlled, and often fabricated by outsiders; this study focuses on the hidden system operating almost exclusively among African Americans in the Black spiritual underground.
Mojo Workin': The Old African American Hoodoo System #ad - . In this book, katrina hazzard-donald explores African Americans' experience and practice of the herbal, healing folk belief tradition known as Hoodoo. The first interdisciplinary examination to incorporate a full glossary of Hoodoo culture, Mojo Workin': The Old African American Hoodoo System lays out the movement of Hoodoo against a series of watershed changes in the American cultural landscape.
Working the Roots: Over 400 Years of Traditional African American HealingWadastick #ad - African american traditional medicine is an American classic that emerged out of the necessity of its people to survive. It began with the healing knowledge brought with the African captives on the slave ships and later merged with Native American, European and other healing traditions to become a full-fledged body of medicinal practices that has lasted in various forms down to the present day.
Working the roots: over 400 years of traditional African American Healing is the result of first-hand interviews, conversations, and apprenticeships conducted and experienced by author Michele E. Lee over several years of living and studying in the rural South and in the West Coast regions of the United States.
Working the Roots: Over 400 Years of Traditional African American Healing #ad - She combines a novelist's keen ear for storytelling and dialogue and a healer's understanding of folk medicine arts into a book that makes for both pleasant, interesting reading, and serves as a permanent household healing guide. Divided between sections on interviews of healers and their stories and a comprehensive collection of traditional African American medicines, and the many common ailments they were called upon to cure, remedies, Working The Roots is a valuable addition to African American history and American and African folk healing practices.
Stories of Rootworkers & Hoodoo in the Mid-South American HeritageThe History Press #ad - Men and women who carried the mantle of African healing and spirituality in the Mid-South were frequently accused and attacked for their misunderstood culture. The same healers and spiritual workers feared by outsiders were embraced and revered by families who survived because of their presence. From tennessee to mississippi, ancient formulas and potions were integral parts of the African American community.
Follow author tony kail as he takes us down the back roads of rural counties, and into the cities, where healers formulated miracles in mojo bags, where conjurers spoke to the spirits of the dead.
365 Days of Hoodoo: Daily Rootwork, Mojo & ConjurationLlewellyn Publications #ad - 365 Days of Hoodoo: Daily Rootwork, Mojo & Conjuration #ad - This impressive book also features lore, potions, prayers, altars, baths, and meditations. You'll discover the essential components for your practice, how to master the parts of your life that seem out of control, prosperity, protection, and the various ways Hoodoo can improve love, and much more.365 days of hoodoo starts by providing the basics of Hoodoo, and then gradually builds your knowledge day after day.
. This practical, recipes, do-it-yourself guide shows you how to use spells, mojos, rites, and curios to enrich your life and be ready for whatever comes your way. Hoodoo is a bold spiritual tradition that helps enhance your wellbeing and solve everyday problems.
Black Magic: Religion and the African American Conjuring TraditionUniversity of California Press #ad - Chireau describes conjure and other related traditions, in a beautifully written, such as Hoodoo and Rootworking, richly detailed history that presents the voices and experiences of African Americans and shows how magic has informed their culture. As she explores the role of conjure for African Americans and looks at the transformations of Conjure over time, Chireau also rewrites the dichotomy between magic and religion.
Black Magic: Religion and the African American Conjuring Tradition #ad - Illuminating a world that is dimly understood by both scholars and the general public, Yvonne P. With its groundbreaking analysis of an often misunderstood tradition, this book adds an important perspective to our understanding of the myriad dimensions of human spirituality. Black magic looks at the origins, meaning, and uses of Conjure―the African American tradition of healing and harming that evolved from African, European, and American elements―from the slavery period to well into the twentieth century.
Focusing on the relationship between conjure and Christianity, both slave and free, Chireau shows how these seemingly contradictory traditions have worked together in a complex and complementary fashion to provide spiritual empowerment for African Americans, living in white America.
Wurkn Dem Rootz: Ancestral HoodooCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - The focal point of "wurkn Dem Rootz" is consciously connecting to your ancestral powers to manifest greatness in your life. This book includes hoodoo recipes as well as the basis for creating a formulary way of thinking as a Rootworker. Wurkn dem rootz is a book for those who are seeking to embrace the culture of Hoodoo from an African American perspective.
Cursing and Crossing: Hoodoo Spells to Torment, Jinx, and Take Revenge On Your EnemiesLucky Mojo Curio Company #ad - Using pins, powders, nails, oils, feces, and graveyard dirt, needles, candles, jinx, Miss Aida teaches you exactly how to torment, and mess up your adversaries and foes. Now you too can benefit from the malevolent secrets of cursing and crossing, passed down through the generations, and brought to your fingertips in one handy spell-packed book.
This unique collection of spells features serious, fast-paced, hard-hitting, hot, and STRONG works of revenge and justice. Not for the lady-hearted or faint of spirit, this book includes full instructions for making and torturing doll-babies, imprisoning your enemies in coffin boxes, and freezing unwanted people out of your life.
Hoodoo Bible Magic: Sacred Secrets of Scriptural SorceryMissionary Independent Spiritual Church #ad - There are those who know and understand this to mean that in each of us is a spark of THE DIVINE -- a spark which can aid us to attain wisdom, health, joy, riches, love, and success through the power of God's Holy Word. The bible is a magic book! THIS book tells you just how to use it. Questions the whole world has asked are now answered!
It has been said that we are created in God's own image. Learn ancient traditional spells of psalmic magic from forgotten books of Jewish wisdom preserved by African American elders, open the Bible's treasure-house of Secret Charms and Sacred Amulets, and prepare yourself for revelations and wonders. This is your birthright! practical, honest, and straightforward, this book teaches the history and unlocks the mystery of Christian Conjuration with the Holy Scriptures.
Working Conjure: A Guide to Hoodoo Folk MagicWeiser Books #ad - Conjure's roots derive primarily from West and Central African spiritual traditions, Jewish mysticism, but it has also been influenced by Christianity, and Native American practices. Hoodoo sen moise has been studying this tradition and working with Conjure for over 35 years. Here in working conjure, and ethics, principles, he explores Conjure's history, fundamentals, while simultaneously providing a practical how-to guide to actually "working" Conjure and making Conjure work for you.
Working Conjure: A Guide to Hoodoo Folk Magic #ad - This book:explores the primary materials of ConjureFeatures spells, rituals, and workings for various purposesGuides readers to learn how to bring this profound school of magic to life. Conjure, powerful, also known as Hoodoo or Rootwork, is an old, and increasingly popular system of North American folk magic.
Seven African Powers: The Orishas Mojo's African MagicOshun Publications LLC #ad - Where can you find elegua oshun’s favorite food How to petition ChangoFind which Orisha is best capable to work out the difficulty you are going through. Which orisha calls to you? The seven African Powers. Who are they?deep-rooted african spirits, Voodoo, the Orishas are given respect and service in modern Santeria, as well as other Caribbean traditions.
Seven African Powers: The Orishas Mojo's African Magic #ad - Today, many yoruban and other west Africans still turn to the Orishas for help and guidance in not only their little problems, but also the big ones of life. Inside you will learn that each Orisha have specific actions and temperament.