It's a full-colour, fabulous, high quality journal chock full of conjure goodies and it's here! It has been a labour of love for the tireless team at Planet Voodoo but I think it has been well worth it. Just look at the exciting line-up of feature articles. I have had a sneak preview at some of the layouts and they are a feast for the eye and food for the brain, to say the least. Not to be missed!
A New Journal of the Magickal Arts with a Special Focus on New Orleans Voodoo, Hoodoo, Folk Magic and Folklore
4 Issues a Year
Recognizing the resurgence of folk magic and the growing community of hoodoos, healers, and conjurers, we at Planet Voodoo have created a new, high quality magazine that meets the needs of today’s conjurers. Hoodoo & Conjure Quarterly magazine shares historical and contemporary information about the conjure arts, including magico-religious practices, spiritual traditions, folk magic, hoodoo, and religions with their roots in the African Diaspora and indigenous herbology. Each issue of Hoodoo & Conjure Quarterly magazine brings you original and traditional formulas, spells, tutorials, root doctor and conjure artist profiles, workshop listings, mojo music mania, book, product, & website reviews, and more!
The premiere issue features the following articles and authors:
The Origin of the Root
Dirt Dauber Nests
Conjure Artist profile: The Georgia Mojo Man
A Goetic Ritual: Magickal Doll to Raise the Ghost of a Loved One
Secrets of Se magick: Explore Your Sexual fantasies with the Help opf the Guede
St. Martha Dominadora Love Domination Candle
What is Real Hoodoo?
Bottle Spell for Prosperity
Buying Cemetery Dirt
Haunted New Orleans Folklore: The Devil Baby of New Orleans: Fact or Fiction?
Planetary Magick and the Venus Love Tub Lamp
A Short Look at Witchcraft and Self-Defense in the Diaspora
Shoe and Foot-Track Magick
The Real Dirt on Visiting the Dead
The Return of Psalm Magick and the Mixed Qabalah
H. Byron Ballard
Cove-Witches and Curanderas: Traditional Healers and Magic-Women in Modern Appalachia
And there are several formulas for magickal oils and powders, a little lagniappe (that's Cajun for a little something extra) magick, a free conjure doll baby template, and a historical text related to Voodoo in New Orleans by Lafcadio Hearn (view the Table of Contents on the left).
$19.95 Premiere Issue (96 pages, full color journal)