There are quite a few stories in the Ozarks about shapeshifters, most of whom are witches but with the occasional witch hunter thrown in every now and then. 1,036 more words
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Hoodoo and Conjure magazine seeks to bring information about Southern conjure practices that are little known, interesting traditions. Most folks have heard… 366 more words
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Dr. Corbeaux's Conjure Blog
I’m in the process of making some very complicated Ganesh Amulets. While this isn’t a hoodoo practice; deity amulets are common all over Asia; and Thailand is famous for them. 230 more words
could you talk about spirit possession?
Sure, I can give a brief overview. Oftentimes the spirits and patrons I work with wish to physically take part in the work that’s being done. 266 more words
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In the Ozark tradition of folk healing, or at least as I’ve learned it from several Hillfolk, there are a few different signs that might be on a person, showing that they have the 345 more words
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Um but what if you are a part of a tradition that doesn’t have words like that? Shaman is a very useful terms in cases like that. 115 more words
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Some of your work seems shamanic in nature. Is shamanism a part of what you do?
No, not in the least. Words like “shamanic” or “shamanism” are all… 203 more words