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Few things are as synonymous with voodoo as the voodoo doll. In this book Denise Alvarado draws on her authentic Creole tradition to offer a myriad of spells, amulets, oils, enchantments, hexes and blessings. Inside are secret spells that help you to bind your enemies, banish naysayers and bend people to do your will.

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The Voodoo Doll Spellbook 30 juillet 2014
Par Cathy Fraser - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This book is fantastic. So much information in it. If you have an honest interest in Voodoo and New Orleans Hoodoo this is a must for your library. Not only a great read it is a wonderful reference book that you will go back to again and again. I have many of Denise's books and I am not disappointed in any of them. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to make and use Voodoo dolls in spells and workings and do it properly!
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wow! one of the best books by far! 28 août 2013
Par Bella Sophia - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Although this has a pretty steep price, especially for an e-book, don't hesitate! The author is obviously very well read on the subject of voodoo, and does an excellent job introducing the spells. Proper vocabulary is consistent to the spells, and is taken from international sources. Credit is given to original authors, with plenty of information to have a complete and well rounded ritual. Not the best book for a beginner, but is still great for appreciating.

My only issue with the book is the translation to electronic. The editing of pages is a little off, and the table of contents could have links to the articles (it is a rather long book) . Overall, I am extremely pleased with my purchase.
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Voodoo Dolls are from Hollywood? 11 novembre 2014
Par R.M. Jonitis - Publié sur
Format: Broché
The reviewer that gave this book one star saying that voodoo dolls are a Hollywood invention needs to do some more research and stop believing everything they see on tv. The voodoo doll has been utilized by practitioners of all sorts, the Europeans used poppets, various African religions have been known to use dolls and even dating back to the Egyptians and Greeks supposedly. I myself also have more research to do as it is never ending, but don't believe everything you read in a review(yes I'm suggesting you check my facts as well).
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For someone curious and wants to dabble or begin to learn the craft is a good book, as well as those who merely want ... 6 octobre 2014
Par Kenneth Whiteaker - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Here Denise has amassed a collection of spells from the assorted different schools of Voodoo and Hoodoo, usually including a brief history, story or background for each one. Well written for the "white" western cultural audience, this book is not an advanced spell book that requires a lot of knowledge of any other religion or occultism, though it does infer the reader has some religion in their background. Nor is it a light-reading "tourist" book. While some of the spells are undoubtedly intense, I would probably refer to this as "Light Voodoo" or "Ouija Hoodoo" in reference to the long American tradition of young girls playing with a Ouija board, asking it questions about boys and actually thinking they are talking to a spirit.

As this is a 'Light Voodoo" book, there isn't a lot to learn here for the serious practitioner aside from a few spells that probably haven't been seen before. Yet this is a must-have for any decent Voodoo library/collection. For those that are curious and wish to dabble or begin to learn the craft this is an excellent book, as well as those who merely want to learn more about the subject. Some of the spells here are undoubtedly the real deal while others are the author's modern take on an old spell. Either way, there are a lot of great spells through her entire bibliography. She is not afraid to omit a piece of a spell without saying that she is doing so; she edits them at her discretion when she feels the spell could cause great harm in the wrong hands or if it could be dangerous if performed wrong. I discovered this while cross referencing some of her spells in my studies (I have studied Voodoo on and off for over 20 years and recently Legba allowed my eyes to open and see how easily so many religions, especially "occult" religions, intertwine themselves- a major revelation if you will, but I digress and return to Miss Alvarado). This book can stand alone if the reader is already a practicing Wiccan, Pagan or are familiar with the occult.

Quite a few of the spells include the use of conjuring magic, a topic which is mentioned and is to be used in some spells but Alvarado does not cover that topic at all: it is left up to the reader to learn /know.

Also, knowledge of religion is expected (Christianity). Any knowledge of any of the seven major religions and any knowledge of the occult again is desirable; she writes her spell books so that they are easily adaptable but that the reader has some sot of background in the facets mentioned above. She touches on the concept of the duality of religion, and briefly the concept of the mother and the father, the hunter and the harvester, etc briefly, but there isn't as much as a cleansing ritual listed, so aside from the Voodoo spells presented, the reader is assumed to know and use another system of magik. A familiarity with Christianity would serve well as well; I'm not saying one needs to be a theologist but I imagine that the majority of the people that will be reading this has had Christianity in their life at some point; usually this is enough to suffice.

The books (this one and her previous introductory book- see below) are written so that the armchair practitioner can work some magik, too if they don't feel inclined to become a student of the occult religion of their choice. This is more of a sympathetic magic but can still have the desired results.

While the book for sale here (The Voodoo Doll Spellbook) is geared towards Poppet craft/magic, it sometimes explains how a spell came to be and/or how else and what type of magic it ties into. In other words, its more practical in that she recognizes that most people use Voodoo alongside another religion, and she leaves enough room for the reader to infer on their own how their religion ties in and what they can use from it and visa-versa with Poppet craft. (Please read my review for her book for her "Voodoo Dolls In Magick And Ritual" book if you are wondering what book to start with). The spells included in this book are from a variety of cultures, from the Voodoo cultures of NOLA, Haitian influenced magik and of the African Diaspora to name a few, as well as ome "oddball" spells from around the world that have discovered to have been used throughout history. The oldest religious artifacts found yet were used in Voodoo practices!

If you are collecting the works of Denise, note that with each re-press, she edits it each time which results in the book having a few of the spells and all of the introductions changed printing to printing. I see there are at least two reprints for each tome, with each having different page numbers. I would attribute this to the introductions and the resources section likely being changed with each repress. And while she is a well-known Voodoo priestess in NOLA, she DOES write the majority of her books for "the tourist" in order to help pay her bills. If you are serious about Voodoo Hoodoo or are collecting her work, I would recommend this book, which is the direct follow up to her Voodoo Dolls in Magick and Ritual book and promises to be the first in several volumes. The latter includes some spells and is focused a bit more on the art of poppet craft, that is, the different ways to actually make them.

If you are a novice looking to get into the craft, or a hardcore Wiccan and are interested in poppet craft, this book and her first are great ways to get started. For the serious scholar, I would also recommend 'Hoodoo And Conjure In New Orleans," "The Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook," or course her introductory book, the prelude to this tome, "Voodoo Dolls In Magic And Ritual," and "Gypsy Wisdom, Spells, Charms and Folklore," as well as the most recent Voodoo Almanac that she has published (she does them yearly). This list alone will get you on your way to becoming a knowledgeable practitioner, these books will pretty much open up a whole new arsenal of tools for
the studied occultist.

If you are merely curious and just want to know more about Voodoo/Hoodoo than what Hollywood gives us, I would recommend this book and/or her "Voodoo Dolls In Magick And Ritual."
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Denise is the perfect guide and teacher 30 juillet 2014
Par Michael D. Hatt - Publié sur
Format: Broché
To say this book is extraordinary is an understatement. The clear informative writing is a priceless journey into the heart of conjure, New Orleans style. The power of the religion that is referred to as Voudou shines through. This is also a practical guide to living in a world filled with danger as well as beauty. Since reading this book, I have become her student at Crosstoads University where I am recieving an education into the world of Spirit. Denise is the perfect guide and teacher.
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