Voodoo Rituals: A User's Guide

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages
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Influence the unconscious mind. To practice Voodoo is to enter the ancient world of Magik, where secret arts developed from rituals held by ancient pagans, Native American tribes, Haitians, and Wiccans. Understand Voodoo’s underlying ideas and learn to make use of its powers with illustrated instructions and exercises. Use charms to bring good luck to your relationships, finances, and health--or curses to keep away harmful forces and persons. Make and employ the full range of sacred objects: dolls, candles, incense, ritual clothing, swords, knives, needles and nails, goblets, keys, mirrors, musical instruments, amulets, and masks, for charm or curse symbols to place in your room, car, or clothing. Breathing exercises enable you to enter trances, contact the unconscious and even the dead.
  

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Contents

Introduction
9
The LoaGods of Voodoo
15
Shango or Xango Change
23
Oya orYansaAidaWedo Olla
29
Ogun or Ogum Ogu
37
Damballah or AidaWedo
43
Simbi
49
Marassa
55
Ritual Knives
160
The Chalice
171
The Flute
178
The Mirror
180
Amulets
186
The Pendulum
193
Magic Exercises
201
Trance
207

Fetishes
64
Zombies
77
Love Magic 88 Winning a Court Case 90 Healing Magic 91
91
Demons Elemental Spirits Sphere Creatures
105
Elementary Beings
119
Other Creatures of the Different Planet Spheres
133
The Circle
139
Veves
148
The Voodoo Pentacle
154
Mastering Thoughts
213
Mastering the Elements
221
Runes
227
The Home Altar 232 Bringing Home a Soul
236
Wangas
243
The Hairy Hand
245
Protection Rituals
261
Repelling Curses
274
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