3.3.11

It's Here: The Hoodoo & Conjure Quarterly Premiere Issue!


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!


Hoodoo & Conjure Quarterly Premiere Issue
A New Journal of the Magickal Arts with a Special Focus on New Orleans Voodoo, Hoodoo, Folk Magic and Folklore

Published Quarterly
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:

Denise Alvarado:
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

Sharon Marino:
Bat's Blood
Secrets of Se magick: Explore Your Sexual fantasies with the Help opf the Guede
St. Martha Dominadora Love Domination Candle

Matthew Venus:
What is Real Hoodoo?
Bottle Spell for Prosperity

Madrina Angelique
Buying Cemetery Dirt

Alyne Pustanio
Haunted New Orleans Folklore: The Devil Baby of New Orleans: Fact or Fiction?

Chad Balthazar
Planetary Magick and the Venus Love Tub Lamp

Papa Curtis
A Short Look at Witchcraft and Self-Defense in the Diaspora

Carolina Dean
Shoe and Foot-Track Magick

Dorothy Morrison
The Real Dirt on Visiting the Dead

Aaron Leitch
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)




4 comments:

  1. Just purchased! This is awesome Fra, thanks for spreading the word about it.

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  2. This is fantastic. I will certainly be ordering a copy.

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  3. I must say, I wish that the shipping wasn't half-again the cost of the magazine... That's holding me back...

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