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Re: Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic Book by Catherine Yronwode Questions and Answers

Unread post by Rev Ernest » Sat Jan 01, 2022 12:03 pm

This book is included in the following multi book special. When you order book specials you'll save money on every included title.

Catherine Yronwode Author's Special (12 Books)

Use in Magic:
Catherine Yronwode's remarkable books on folk magic and divination included in this collection are:
"Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic: A Materia Magica of African-American Conjure," a seminal work on the use of herbs and roots in the rootwork; "Throwing the Bones: How to Foretell the Future with Bones, Shells, and Nuts," a manual of ancient and modern methods for predicting events utilizing a variety of techniques from around the world; "The Stranger in the Cup: How to Read Your Luck and Fate in the Tea Leaves," by Gregory Lee White and catherine yronwode, which teaches you the secret lore of teacup magic, including how to select a cup, how to choose the best tea for a reading, how to brew the tea, and how to give amazing tasseomantic readings; "The Secret of Numbers Revealed: The Magic Power of Numbers," by Catherine Yronwode, Dr. Roy Page Walton, et al, an introduction to numerology for use in business, gambling, and personal expression; and "The Stranger in the Cup: How to Read Your Luck and Fate in the Tea Leaves," by Gregory Lee White and catherine yronwode, providing complete instructions in the ancient art of tasseomancy. Each book in this collection will be inscribed by Miss Cat!; "How To Use Amulets, Charms, and Talismans in the Hoodoo and Conjure Tradition: Physical Magic for Protection, Health, Money, Love, and Long Life," by catherine yronwode and Gregory Lee White is a practical field guide to folkloric charms. Learn how to identify, select, prepare, consecrate and wear or carry them for good luck, protection, health, wealth, success, victory, and love!; "The Art of Hoodoo Candle Magic in Rootwork, Conjure and Spiritual Church Services," by Catherine Yronwode and Mikhail Strabo, an explication of one of the primary methods of spell casting in the African American tradition; "Bottle Up and Go! The Magic of Hoodoo Container Spells in Boxes, Bags, Bowls, Buckets, and Jars," by catherine yronwode and Lara Rivera, a foundational book of conjure methods, introducing you to over 100 spells; "Down-Home Sex Magice: Hoodoo Spells of Bodily Love," by catherine yronwode, a wealth of magical spells founded in love, grounded in history, and attested in faith. Learn how to use hoodoo spells for new lovers, sexual hook-ups, bonded relationships, loving marriages, arousing, pleasing, tying and untying and happily holding the one you love; "The Art of Making Mojos: How to Craft Conjure Hands, Trick Bags, Tobies, Gree-Grees, Jomos, Jacks, and Nation Sacks," a treasure-trove of accurate, authentic, and easy-to-follow instructions; "Paper In My Shoe: Name Papers, Petition Papers, and Prayer Papers in Hoodoo, Rootwork, and Conjure," a practical guide to the art of written magic; "This Amazing Book: Hoodoo Herb and Root Medicine Opens the Door to Better Health," by Sunrae Products Company, restored, revised, and edited by catherine yronwode, is filled with historically valuable medical lore and belongs in every conjure worker's library; and "Terrors of the Evil Eye Exposed: Protection From Evil," by Henri Gamache, revised and restored by catherine yronwode and Dr. Jeremy Weiss, which is a treasured occult classic from 1946 presented in a beautiful 75th anniversary keepsake edition. Each book in this collection will be inscribed by Miss Cat!

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Lucky Mojo Books are filled with authentic and easy to follow instructions for practical spells of magic and fortune-telling. Enhance your success in spells of love, luck, happiness, and wealth by learning time-tested folkloric traditions of hoodoo, rootwork, psychic reading, spiritual sorcery, and herbalism.

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In this twelve-volume, 1280-page set you'll be privy to the occult wisdom of Catherine Yronwode, who generously shares thousands of down-home, authentic spells and methods for working the roots, fortune-telling, and effective spiritual prayer. These twelve books regularly sell for a total of $115.00. Pay only $100.00 when you buy all twelve as a package deal (a savings of $15.00). Order the "Catherine Yronwode Author's Special" and you will receive one copy each of these books:

• Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic by catherine yronwode
• The Art of Hoodoo Candle Magic by catherine yronwode and Mikhail Strabo
• The Art of Making Mojos by catherine yronwode
• Bottle Up and Go! by catherine yronwode and Lara Rivera
• Down-Home Sex Magic by catherine yronwode
• How to Use Amulets, Charms, and Talismans in the Hoodoo and Conjure Tradition, by catherine yronwode and Gregory Lee White
• Paper In My Shoe by catherine yronwode
• The Secret of Numbers Revealed by catherine yronwode, Dr. Roy Page Walton, Lewis de Claremont, Godfrey Spencer, and Frank Householder
• The Stranger in the Cup by Gregory Lee White and catherine yronwode
• Terrors of the Evil Eye Exposed by Henri Gamache, revised and restored by Catherine Yronwode and Dr. Jeremy Weiss
• This Amazing Book, by Sunrae Products Company, restored, revised, and edited by catherine yronwode
• Throwing the Bones by catherine yronwode


Format: Eleven 96-page books (1056 pages) plus one 224 page book, trade paperbacks, illustrated
Publisher: LMCCo and MISC
Publication dates: 2002-2021
ISBNs: Various
Tagged: Spells and Magic, Divination, Herbalism, Spirituality, Specials

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Re: Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic Book by Catherine Yronwode Questions and Answers

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Fri Jan 07, 2022 11:15 am

This book is part of a 12-book giveaway this week:

It's Facebook Fridays! for January 7, 2022, and we want to bless one lucky winner with the encyclopedic knowledge of Catherine Yronwode!

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The Lucky Mojo Curio Company is holding a random drawing to give away 1 amazing spiritual supply prize for your education and edification. This week the prizes are:
* Hoodoo Herb & Root Magic Paperback: A Materia Magica of African-American Conjure" by catherine yronwode. From the proprietor of the Lucky Mojo Curio Company comes the most thorough, complete, and authentic book on how roots and herbs are used in traditional African-American folk magic;
* The Art of Hoodoo Candle Magic by catherine yronwode and Mikhail Strabo. Candle magic is one of the foundational practices within African American hoodoo folk-magic. Spell-casters of every level of experience within the community know the value and efficacy of setting lights, This book is actually three books in one filled with history, teachings, traditions, and instructions on how to become a candle magic practitioner, how to provide candle ministry services to clients, and how to conduct public candle-light services;
* The Art of Making Mojos: How to Craft Conjure Hands, Trick Bags, Tobies, Gree-Grees, Jomos, Jacks, and Nation Sacks" by catherine yronwode. Within these pages you will find a treasure-trove of accurate, authentic, and easy-to-follow instructions that teach you how to craft and work with Conjure Hands, Trick Bags, Tobies, Gree-Grees, Jomos, Jacks, and Nation Sacks in the hoodoo folk magic tradition;
* Bottle Up and Go!: The Magic of Hoodoo Container Spells in Boxes, Bags, Bowls, Buckets, and Jars" by catherine yronwode and Lara Rivera. This foundational book of conjure methods will introduce you to more than 100 time-tested ways to cast magic spells for protection, love, luck, wealth, health, and revenge;
* Down-Home Sex Magic by catherine yronwode: From casual hook-ups to married-with-children, and from erotic fascination to spiritual sex, it’s love that makes the world go ‘round — this book tells you how it’s done! You will learn conjure’s best-kept secrets, the private rites that root doctors only whisper about. “Down-Home Sex Magic” by catherine yronwode opens the bedroom door and offers you the erotic magic spells you have been waiting for;
* How To Use Amulets, Charms, and Talismans in the Hoodoo and Conjure Tradition by catherine yronwode and Gregory Lee White: n a mere 96 pages, this densely packed and lavishly illustrated occult manual presents more than 150 popular natural curios, apotropaic amulets, protective talismans, animal totems, and religious emblems from around the world and from all eras of history, as prescribed and employed in contemporary hoodoo, conjure, and rootwork;
* Paper In My Shoe by catherine yronwode: Name Papers, Petition Papers, and Prayer Papers in Hoodoo, Rootwork, and Conjure" by catherine yronwode. Learn how to craft spiritual name-paper links to distant people, employ written commands to get your way in life, use printed prayers and paper currency in candle spells, and carry prepared papers on your person for mastery and control. Paper in My Shoe is a practical manual that will teach you the art of written magic in the African American traditions of Hoodoo and Rootwork;
* The Secret of Numbers Revealed: The Magic Power of Numbers" ed. by catherine yronwode. Numbers are everywhere and all around us — but do you know what they mean and how to read them? This book explains the five branches of numerical influence on human affairs;
* The Stranger in the Cup: How to Read Your Luck and Fate in the Tea Leaves, by Gregory Lee White and Catherine Yronwode. Learn how to select a cup, how to choose and brew your tea, and how to give a tasseomantic reading -- with a full dictionary of more than 750 tea leaf images, plus 36 sample cup interiors, showing what symbols the leaves may reveal. Plus, you will learn the history of tea, the history of tea-leaf reading, the history of the special tea cups marked for cartomancy, numerology, and astrology readings (and how to collect them), as well as the history of the woman-led Tea Room Movement that made tea-leaf reading the preferred fortune-telling method of the Female Suffrage Crusade. Profusely illustrated, beautifully laid out, and deeply descriptive, this is a book to treasure or to share with a special friend;
* Terrors of the Evil Eye Exposed by Henri Gamache, Catherine Yronwode, and Dr. Jeremy Weiss: A book that dares to tell the Facts and Practices of the Horrible Nightmare of Fear and Reveals the varied sources of this most dreaded of all Vicious Spells. Once you understand the Mysterious aspects of this Evil Terror and know of the many different Symbols, Talismans, Amulets, Seals, and Rituals used to thwart and CURE it, all fears will VANISH as the clouds before the Sun! If you believe you are a victim of this unspeakable MADNESS -- you need this book!!!;
* This Amazing Book: Hoodoo Herb and Root Medicine Opens the Door to Better Health." by Sunrae Products Company, ed. catherine yronwode. In 1947, when it was first offered for sale, This Amazing Book was a rural herbalist's delight. Published by the strangely obscure Sunrae Products Company in the tiny town of Ogema, Wisconsin, it was marketed via a series of small classified ads in popular do-it-yourself magazines, and gave traditional rootworkers an introduction to the convenience of mail- order supplies. The anonymous author took the secret of his or her identity to the grave, but the data supplied here about down-home treatments with herbs, roots, seeds, and flowers forms the foundation of modern herbal medicine;
And last but not least...
* "Throwing the Bones: How to Foretell the Future with Bones, Shells, and Nuts" by catherine yronwode. This practical manual explains and teaches ancient and modern methods for predicting future events by means of Scottish speal bones, American pyromantic furculomancy, Yoruban obi, Shona hakata, Mongolian shaggai, British fortune telling dice, the Gypsy domino oracle, the Persian standing bone oracle, Alabama 'Possum bones, Virginia Chicken bones, Zulu-style sangoma bone reading, and more.

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Re: Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic Book by Catherine Yronwode Questions and Answers

Unread post by Elphaba09 » Wed May 11, 2022 12:42 pm

hi,

I'm halfway through this book, and although I find it really interesting sometimes it cites oils whose recipes I can't find anywhere.

I've also got the "legends of incense, herbs, and oil magic" but there are no instructions on how to make them.

where can I find such knowledge?

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Wed May 11, 2022 2:50 pm

Hello Sara / Elphaba09, and welcome to the Lucky Mojo Forum!

Recipes for the manufacture of spiritual oils, incense, sachets, and bath crystals are closely-held knowledge by those who have inherited them, sussed them out, or created their own recipes.

My livelihood, the livelihood of my employees, and the livelihoods of all of the hundreds of retail shop-keepers who buy wholesale from Lucky Mojo and make their livings by selling our products to the public, depend on those formulas being authentic, hand-made, blessed with our prayers, and proprietary in nature.

I do not even give my recipes to the students who take my one-year correspondence course in hoodoo and then come study with me as in-person apprentices.

Most people understand that it is not socially acceptable to stroll by a restaurant, look at the menu in the window, walk into the kitchen, and ask the chef for the recipe for the dish you read about on the menu. However, when it comes to recipes for metaphysical goods, a great number of folks, both customers and non-customers alike, ask us for our recipes.

Our reply is the same as the chef's: Order what you want from our menu, and we will make it up fresh for you and serve it to you with all of the love, skill, and experience that we bring to our work.

The author of "Legends of Incense, Herb, and Oil Magic" was also a maker of spiritual supplies. He was in the business of selling his goods -- and made very good ones too, in his day. Therefore he did not see a reason to disclose his recipes.

There are some books with metaphysical recipes on the market, but from my experience, most of them are not historically or magically accurate. They are amateurish and are published by people who do not actually make the products they describe.

Good luck to you!
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