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Aloha

Unread post by leadbyspirit » Sat Apr 02, 2016 1:34 am

Aloha,

I'm not entirely new but my inactivity on the forum caused my account to be deleted.

While I always had spirits about, they have shown themselves to be more proactive in shaping my life as of late. Seeing lots of owls or pueos. They are seen as protectors here.

I moved from Arizona to Hawaii about 2 yrs ago. Used to being near the clairvoyant sand curanderas as well as many bruja shops, finding them here is rare(true ones) especially kahunas. I feel the islands as a way making one grow thru the elements. Root workers I don't even know if they exist here.
Wishing you all the best from the Hawaiian Islands.
Jess

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Re: Aloha

Unread post by Miss Aida » Sat Apr 02, 2016 9:36 pm

ALOHA LeadbySpirit!

I've always wanted to say: "Aloha" to someone!!! Thanks! LOL

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Re: Aloha

Unread post by leadbyspirit » Sun Apr 03, 2016 8:26 pm

Whoa! Thank you!

I actually just booked a reading as I was unsure where to start. :)
And most of the issues, I know can be handled without hoodoo.
Just where to start is confusing.

Aloha is such a beautiful word and it means so many different things. Sometimes I wonder if people forget the meaning, and just feel its a greeting. I find I hardly use it unless I sincerely mean it with care and love.

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Re: Aloha

Unread post by Kirin » Mon Sep 05, 2016 6:25 pm

Aloha Jess.
I found your post by searching Hawaii as the topic. I live on the Big Island and am reaching out to you to talk story about practicing hoodoo in Hawaii. I've yet to meet anyone here who has an interest in it as it seems most people here are into Shaminism etc. I'm not sure which island you are on but I imagine you are going through similar challenges, like finding roots and herbs and finally finding a suitable crossroads to bury candle remains and not being able to dig a hole because of the lava rock-haha.
I have been buying the required supplies for the correspondence course and have my fourth and final order to place this month. I hope I can begin the course by October and really get serious about learning it.
Although I have some black friends in my life only one of them is somewhat interested in African folk magic but more into women's alchemy so I thought I'd search the forum to see if I can find some people to talk with about hoodoo in Hawaii. Mahalo and I hope to hear from you-Kirin

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