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Hello from Oswego, IL

Unread post by brentspy » Tue Nov 18, 2014 11:11 am


Well, where to begin?!? I started down a magical path after graduating bible college 16 years ago. I was all geared up to go into the ministry, but it seemed like every door or window of opportunity was being shut for me. Plans that were made fell apart and then my faith was being shook because I started to see some discrepancies in the bible. I went through a really dark time of trying to reconcile my beliefs and put my life back together. During this dark time I started to read books on the occult and other religions, but never took it any farther than reading.

In 2009/10 I started to get really serious about my occult studies and decided to join The Order of The Golden Dawn in the Chicago area. I was a member of the group for about 2 years and went through all of the outer order grades during that time. I ended up leaving because the group had split and I didn't feel the magical current was as strong as it had been.

Leaving led me down the path to discover hoodoo. One day I was meditating on a Psalm and started to look for some resources about how to incorporate it into my magical workings. My search led me to this website and am I glad. The Lucky Mojo website is a huge blessing and I am looking forward to meeting others, learning, and contributing.

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Re: Hello from Oswego, IL

Unread post by aura » Tue Nov 18, 2014 2:01 pm

Hi brentspy and thank you for sharing the summary of your path with us. Welcome to the Forum and to the study of hoodoo.

Although you're probably aware, hese are links to general information on Hoodoo within the site. There are also some Forum rules further down below that it's worth taking the time to become familiar with.

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