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Virtual Hoodoo Heritage Festival 2022

Zoom along live Saturday and Sunday, August 13-14, in the comfort of your own home. Then return to the recorded classes at your own pace. We’ll have discount readings from your favorite Hoodoo Psychics, and the first 125 US ticket-holders will receive our acclaimed Goody Boxes, with everything you need to follow along at home!
From dollbabies to knot magic, lodestones to hexes, your hoodoo education isn’t complete until you see this lineup:Angela Marie Horner: The Seven Roots of Personal Power and Mastery
Papa Gee: Hex Appeal
Lady Muse: Time Is of the Essence
Papa Newt: Keeping or Changing Your Job
Panel Discussion: Crossroads Spells Around the World
(with Mama E, Heidi Holton, Freya Rose, Doc Murphy, Ms. Robin)
Dr. Jeremy Weiss: Knot Magic
Clifford Low: Lodestones on the Altar
Ramona Scott: Herbal Healing
Reverend James: Chinese Moon Blocks and Paper Talismans
Catherine Yronwode: Dolls and Effigies in the Hoodoo and Conjure Tradition
Hoodoo Tips From Mama Vergi's Kitchen


In a pinch and need money quickly? Take one bay leaf and pray over it asking for your desired intent. 

Next, write on the bay leaf the amount of money you desire.

Dried bay leaf

Note: Be reasonable with the amount you ask for so Spirit will grant you your request. Never ask for more than you need.

Once you write the amount you need, burn the bay leaf in a safe place.

This spell is best done on a Friday or Sunday during the waxing cycle of the moon.

A Lucky Mojo Recipe From Miss Cat Yronwode


Lucky Mojo Money Herbs Mixture contains 7 botanicals to comfort your soul, increase your prospects, and enhance your abundance:

  • Cloves
  • Allspice
  • Cinnamon
  • Cardamom
  • Rosemary
  • Thyme
  • Bay Leaf

Crafted in the tradition of Besamim, this fragrant spice mixture is used every week by Jews at the conclusion of the Sabbath, to usher in the new week.

It is a curious fact that in hoodoo, Besamim spices have been marketed as a Lucky Money Herbs Mix for more than 100 years and have gained the reputation of being a powerful tool for drawing wealth.

You may inhale the scent, burn the mixture as incense, add it to a bath, dress money with it, or use it to roll candles in.

A River Of Prosperity With Lady Muse

Full Moon Honey Money

As we are regrouping from a world pandemic, many families are finding themselves in need of extra or additional finances. Every now and then it is important to give our working altars a little boost. For example, feeding your lodestone on your money drawing Altar. You can also add additional coins or paper currency of multiple denominations on your altar. However, no need to panic, just get busy!

This ritual is designed to work with your candle on your money drawing altar.
Items Needed:

1. River water
2. Honey
3. 5 Nickels
4. Orange zest
5. Blue Flag Root

Day 1 (five days prior to the Full Moon)Step 1: Take a Cleansing Bath.
Step 2: Take the Orange zest and Blue Flag Root and add it to a cup or container of river water.
Step 3: Taste the honey.
Step 4: Add five drops of Honey to the River Water Mixture.
Step 5: Add five Nickels to the water.
Let this mixture sit under the moonlight for five nights ending on the Full Moon.

Day 5 (the night of the Full Moon)Step 1: Strain the River water.
Step 2: Add five drops of the water to your Money Power Bath during the hour of Venus.
Step 3: After your Money Power Bath, place the five anointed nickels on your Money Drawing Altar.
Step 4: Write your petition and place it under your candle.
Step 5: Light your candle and visualize money continuously flowing to you, as the rivers flow to the sea. Stay Focused! Stay Positive! Stay Blessed!

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Lady Muse's Turbo Boost

Honey Love Passion and Protection Vibrations

The energy of Venus is known to produce vibrations of love, passion, beauty, fertility, wealth, and victory. Although her origins are of Roman descent, this same energy is embodied by other deities in various traditions: Aphrodite (Greek), Isis (Egyptian), Oshun (Yoruban) — just to name a few.

For a brief period, the Planet of Venus was in retrograde, meaning, the energy that is produced by this planet was moving away from us. Now that Venus has gone direct, it is a good time to look forward to positive relationship building. We can also work on understanding the love language of our partners and increasing our passion, as  relationships heal from the hiccups that may have erupted from the retrograde of Venus. 

In this article, we will create an herbal mixture that has various ways of deployment to help raise your love and protection vibrations. Keep in mind that to manifest anything you must vibrate on the right frequency.

Let’s quickly discuss two of the main ingredients in our herbal pow-wow:

Passion Fruit Leaves and Hibiscus

Passion Fruit falls under the Venus umbrella with various healing properties and can produce a state of calmness while stimulating your aura to kick start the healthy growth of love energy.

Hibiscus also resonates with Venus energy and can serve as an aphrodisiac to increase passion — and to draw blessings and protection to couples.

Working Passion Fruit and Hibiscus together may give your spell work just the turbo boost it needs!

This herbal combination is designed to help enhance your love life by magnifying your protection and love vibration frequency. It can be used to design a Spiritual Bath, Condition Powder, Condition Spray, Condition Incense, and Candle Dressing.

The Honey Love Passion and Protection Mixture by Lady Muse is best used when your power is feeling down. Add a pinch to your work. Always remember less is best – just a pinch! In addition, we want to mix our ingredients and work with them during the planetary day and hour most suitable to raise the vibrations of Love and Protection. In a Waxing Moon cycle, the most useful planetary day and hour for this energy would be Friday during the hour of Venus.

Items Needed:

• Passion Fruit Leaves
• Cinnamon
• Ginger
• Hibiscus
• Honey (Taste It First!)
• River Water (Spritz)
• Red and Yellow Rose Petals
• Mortar and pestle
• Mixing Bowl 
• Pastry Brush or half inch paint brush


First, cleanse your work area and take a cleansing bath. Then gather your ingredients during the hour of Venus. With a mortar and pedestal grind your dried herbs and rose petals together to combine the dried ingredients.

Next, taste the honey and then place five drops in the bottom of the mixing bowl. Use a brush to spread the honey within the inside of the bowl. Next, sprinkle your combined herbal mixture in the bowl and spritz it with the River Water. Pray over your mixture to awaken the Ashe of Love, Passion, and Protection within the mix and thank the Spirits for providing their service. Lastly, let your mixture sit and charge in the Sun during the hour of the Sun. 

Now your Honey Love Passion and Protection Mix is Ready for action! Enjoy!

Casting Love Spells With Papa Gee

Charming Cherry Love Bomb

(A wonderful working  from Papa Gee’s new book Casting Love Spells: Rituals of Love, Passion, and Attraction!)

This spell falls midway between a passion spell and a sweetening spell because of its ingredients. It is meant to awaken your partner’s desire in a way that they only have eyes for you. (Cherries stand for love, respect, fidelity, passion, honesty.)

What you will need:

• 5 cherries
• Glass red wine
• Teaspoon honey
• Red bag or pouch

Pour the glass of wine, imagining that you are pouring it for your lover. Take a single sip of wine. Lick a small amount of honey from the teaspoon and eat a cherry.

Take your time and make it a sensual experience as you roll the cherry around your mouth with your tongue while picturing you and your lover in bed.

Take the remaining honey in the teaspoon and stir it into the wine. Spit the cherry pit into the wine. Repeat until you have eaten all the cherries and there are five pits in the glass.

Allow the glass of wine with the pits in it to sit overnight. The next day, retrieve the pits from the wine and allow them to dry. You may throw away the remainder of the wine.

Put three pits in the bag and place the bag under the center of your mattress. Put one pit in your underwear drawer and one in the bottom of his. If you fear he will find it, tape it to the bottom side of the drawer.

Skywatching With Sister Jacqueline

Surprise! Four Mercury Retrogrades In 2022!

As if the current situation in the World was not enough, we will be experiencing four, not the usual three, Mercury Retrogrades in 2022.

The buzz phrase “Mercury Retrograde” has been gaining in popularity in the past few years, but in reality Mercury Retrograde has been occurring since the beginning of Time. The true nature of this retrograde phenomenon started to be understood when Copernicus observed the planets revolving around the Sun. Later, the study of the sky continued with mathematician Johannes Kepler, who was assisting astronomer Tycho Brahe. Kepler published a series of laws about the planets’ orbits that reveal the slight “backward” motion now commonly known as Retrograde.

During the 1980s, a revival trend in adapting older astrology brought more attention to the term Mercury Retrograde, and interest grew from then into the trendy term that is often applied to events that occur in everyday life.

Each Mercury Retrograde “sits” or “resides” in a certain astrological planetary sign, and it is believed that certain planetary aspects of that sign enhance or affect that particular Retrograde. 

Here are the dates and the astrological sign of each of the 2022 Mercury Retrogrades:

1st Mercury Retrograde: January 14th to February 3rd 2022 – Mercury in Aquarius, the Water Bearer

2nd Mercury Retrograde: May 10th to June 2nd 2022 – Mercury in Gemini, the Twins

3rd Mercury Retrograde: September 7th to October 2nd 2022 – Mercury in Libra, the Scales

4th Mercury Retrograde: December 29th to January 18, 2023 – Mercury in Capricorn, the Sea Goat

Knowing the astrological signs of each of the Retrograde periods will assist you in recognizing events that are materializing so that you can plan your words and strategies for success during these times.

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Rev. Sister Jacqueline of Hoodoo Psychics (ex 9999) is one of the talented readers and a worker that sets lights and candles for your own personal situation. You may read more on what she does and contact her through her biography page.  

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Holidays Around The World With Deacon Millett:

Year Of The Tiger

2022 is the Year of the Tiger, and we’ll welcome it in on Tuesday, February 1st. China’s Festival of Spring begins on the second new moon following the Winter Solstice, and the party can go on for two weeks!

Courage, self-confidence, and justice are all attributes of the Tiger, so try John The Conqueror, Justice, or Master Key incense for your celebrations. 

Tiger years can be disruptive, so expect sudden changes. Whether you jump into a new prosperity or fail spectacularly, it will be BIG.

Celebrating a January or February birthday and want to know your sign of the Chinese zodiac? Don’t let that placemat at your favorite Chinese restaurant steer you wrong!

Since China (and many other Asian nations) celebrate the Lunar New Year, you’ll need a calculator (like this one) to straighten things out.

Papa Gee's Classic Conjure

Hoodoo-Up Your Christmas Wreath

Join me for a Wicked Conjure Workshop, December 19, 5:00-7:00 pm CST, when I’ll teach you how to find the magical opportunities in your merry-making. For instance, you can give your Christmas wreath a Hoodoo protective “flair” with:
HOLLY:  Means “holy” and was used at Yule in Druid and Scandinavian pagan paths. It is said to protect the home and bring in good luck. Often placed above a doorway for protection and to invite in helpful spirits.

MISTLETOE: Used to keep away evil and enemies, as well as prevent “love jinxes.”

FERN BRANCHES:  Ferns are to prevent evil from entering the home and for reversing hexes.

BAY LEAVES AND BRANCHES: Often found in more decorative wreaths, many may not know that by including bay leaves in your door wreath it is said to ward off evil and drive enemies away. Write petitions on bay leaves and burn in fireplace.

PINE: Use pine branches for the wreath itself or adorn with pine cones to keep away ghosts and other unwanted entities.

Any of the above botanicals can be added to your holiday wreath along with specific Hoodoo oils. Anoint the branches with oils such as PROTECTION to keep out dark forces. HOUSE BLESSING is a great formula to bring good luck, joy, and blessings into the house.  Sachet powders of the same type can be added to the wreath by blowing them onto the branches. 

This is just one of the hoodoo tricks I’ll be teaching in my Zoom class, “Christmas Conjure – A Wicked Yuletide Workshop,” along with how to hot foot your Christmas cards; altering cookie recipes for love, favor, or to expel enemies; turning your ornaments into amulets of protection; and transforming those gingerbread men into “voodoo dolls.” Join us on December 19, 5:00-7:00 pm CST. 

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A practitioner of the magical arts for 30 years, Hoodoo Psychic Papa Gee’s readings are  down-to-earth, truthful, and straightforward. Call on him today!

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Deacon Millett Brings Good Fortune

Bayberry Candles A Christmas eve Tradition

Several of my clients asked me this year for bayberry vigil candles, so I purchased some bayberry root chips and bayberry oil and set out to fashion these green money and house blessing candles.

I’d heard the poem many times, of course, and even gave Lady Muse a set of bayberry-scented lights to celebrate her shop opening. But little did I realize that the fixed vigils and scented candles seen most often were based on a much older tradition, dating to the colonial era.

The berries of the wax myrtle shrub, grayish white and waxy, can be boiled down into a brittle wax. It takes about four pounds of berries to make one pound of the light oli

ve green wax, which is clean burning and deliciously scented, unlike the tallow candles used in colonial times.

Saved for special occasions, these candles came to be associated with Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Try as I might, I can’t date the poem’s origins, but it does accord with the traditional use of bayberry in conjure!

I pray the holidays are warm and bright for you all.