Southern Conjure (hoodoo-rootwork-conjure)


Southern Conjure (hoodoo-rootwork-conjure)

ONLINE STORE COMING SOON - We are one of the Internets largest suppliers of religious, spiritual and occult supplies around today. Southern Conjure Company specializes in candles of all types, including dressed, floor washes, hand made sachet powders, bath, massage and condition oils, incense and burners, occult and spiritual books, soaps, herbs and roots, crystals, and much, much more. We also offer classes of various types, so be sure to check out that list as well. We are confident that you will be able to find all of your magical and spiritual needs with us, and in one convenient place. We're your one-stop spiritual supply store!

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Attraction Oil Recipe

Lovage Herb/Root (cut)

Grated Lemon Peel or the flower
Rose Essential oil
Vanilla Essential oil
Sweet Orange Essential Oil
Lemon Essential Oil

Cover with a carrier oil (virgin olive or almond oil works best)

You can add a small amount of tincture of benzoin to help keep the oils from going rancid, but I personally prefer using a few drops of Vitamin E oil.

Discussion Forum

Dollar store Hoodoo

Started by Mary Sullins Nov 27, 2017. 0 Replies

Candle work

Started by Mary Sullins Nov 21, 2017. 0 Replies

house cleaansing

Started by Mary Sullins. Last reply by Mary Sullins Nov 21, 2017. 1 Reply

I LOVE this love lamp..

Started by Jason Durham Jun 13, 2015. 0 Replies

Interesting article on gathering grave dirt.

Started by Jason Durham. Last reply by Jason Durham Oct 16, 2015. 2 Replies

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Comment by Mary Sullins on November 21, 2017 at 12:59am

thank you S.Expedite

Comment by Mary Sullins on November 21, 2017 at 12:57am


Comment by tineke been on January 23, 2015 at 1:03am

by the way calista,,the link you gave is not found.can you give another?

Comment by tineke been on January 23, 2015 at 1:02am

dear friends,im amazed on how conjure doctors combine their believe with christianity.specially in the old the days where christianity had the upper rank.nothing was better and more true than the holy bible.we know now that this is not true.yet how do you handle this?people wont accept you as a conjurer.and to stay hidden is no life.i mean i had a hard time with it.and i still have.not with the conjurer,but with combining the two.cause if you believe in    jahweh,you automattically must look down on the pagan gods.i see them as gods and helpers.but i wonder if anybody can tell me how they do that?

Comment by lazlo zand on December 30, 2014 at 7:08am

 remember  fellow hoodoooers  the  new year is coming so dont forget to get  your  collared greens (folding money)cornbread(gold) and black eyed peas (coins)  HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Comment by Randy on October 25, 2014 at 11:39pm

Comment by Randy on October 25, 2014 at 11:32pm

Mississippi Conjure Doctor, 1926. "One conjure-doctor is pictured as having the remarkable gift of turning as green as grass most, and when he was just as black as a man could well be; and his hair covered his neck and around his neck he had a string, and he had lizards tied on it. He carried a crooked cane. He'd throw it down and he would pick it up and say something, and throw it down, and it would wiggle like a snake, and he would pick it up and it would be as stiff as any other cane."
Comment by Randy on October 25, 2014 at 11:29pm

James Spurgeon (Jim) Jordan, a famous Hoodoo doctor from Como, N.C who reportedly made a fortune conjuring. He said he never joined forces with “Ole Satan;” instead, “walked beside de Lord” rendering help to people in the measure needed (Johnson, 1963). He was successful in gaining the admiration of medical doctors, business and professional people, and law enforcement authorities. He spent his entire life in Maney’s Neck Township, Hertford Country, North Carolina.

Comment by Randy on October 25, 2014 at 11:28pm

Born in Haiti and brought to New Orleans when he was an infant, Frank Staten called himself Prince Ke’eyama. He grew up with his grandfather, a Baptist minister who passed on a love for the Holy Bible and Jesus. Prince was acknowledged far and wide as the One True King of New Orleans Voodoo, but most locals knew him only as The Chicken Man.

Comment by Adolpha Gavina on October 3, 2014 at 12:58am

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