Hoodoo and karma

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Hinduism -- or at least its iconography -- forms a minor current in the hoodoo folk-magic tradition. If you are unfamiliar with hoodoo and found this page because you were searching on Hinduism in popular American culture, you should perhaps read the short section of the Hoodoo in Theory and Practice page titled Hoodoo History: Admixtures: Asian Influences on Hoodoo Hinduism's inclusion in conjure came about not through social and cultural mingling of populations, as was the case with Buddhism and hoodoo or Taoism and hoodoo. Rather, Hindu ideas entered into hoodoo due to the introduction of Hindu images and portions of Hindu religious practice -- particularly yoga -- into American metaphysical traditions during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, especially among adherents of then-new religions such as Theosophy and New Thought. These ideas from the Indian sub-continent, which included divination by crystaL ball, concepts of reincarnation and karma cause and effectand Western approaches to sacred sexuality derived from or identified with tantra yogawere widespread in the occult circles of America at that time, and were not confined to the African American communities in which conjure was the prevalent form of folk magic. The Hindu current spread into the African American spiritual community in the early 20th century when authors and publishers such as L. DeLaurence and William Walker Atkinson, working off the energies generated by the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, introduced "Hindoo" and "Yoga" concepts to the wider American metaphysical community and marketed these concepts in the form of books and products nationwide during the early part of the 20th century. DeLaurence, in particular, extended his business from publishing to the distribution of talismans, crystal balls, and incense, and he included a variety of conflated Hindu, BuddhistTaoist, and other Asian images on his product labels. By the early s, Dr. Read, an African American root worker in Philadelphia, was manufacturing and distributing his own brand of "Hindoo" incense, and from that time onward, the iconography of Hindu deities] such as Ganesh and Kali not always correctly identified, but always recognizable has been found on hoodoo product lines distributed nationwide. All rights reserved. Send your comments to: cat yronwode. Did you like what you read here? Find it useful? Then please click on the Paypal Secure Server logo and make a small donation to catherine yronwode for the creation and maintenance of this site. Home Page. Read Our Forums. Join Our Newsletter. Radio Show. LMC Network. LMCCo Publishing. Hoodoo Course. Practical Conjure. Sacred Sex. Lucky W Amulets. Sacred Landscape. Hoodoo Workshops. Be a Fan: Facebook. Online Shopping. View Your Cart. Hoodoo Psychics. We Pray For You. Free Spells. Southern Spirits. Candle Ministry.

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Post a Comment All messages must be approved by the blog owner. Off-topic discussion, testimonials and advertisements WILL be rejected. I'm not one to believe in karma, myself -- at least not the way most people perceive it. I do, however, agree that guilt or embarrassment over a past deed can cause needless unhappiness in one's life. Hoodoo folk magic doesn't traditionally possess a concept of karma, but it does acknowledge sin, which is all in all a pretty similar notion. There is a traditional ingredient for removing sin or karma and that is the herb hyssop. Its use for this purpose is given in the Bible. It is most commonly used in the form of a bath. One can either boil dried or fresh hyssop herb into a strong infusion and add it to the bath to free one's self from sin and karma, or one can simply buy it as a prepared bath such as this one link. If one has been a very bad person, a formula mixture like Cast Off Evil may be used to help encourage one to give up bad habits and behaviors. Here's a strong spell for removing all kinds of sin, bad deeds and wickedness from one's conscience:. Prepare the candles by dressing them with New Life oil, and arrange a safe place for them and the incense to be burnt. If possible, whatever room that you are in the most would be an ideal location. Start the spell by taking a hyssop bath. Remain in the water at least 30 minutes, and be sure to wet your head. Do not use any other soaps or shampoos in the bath, and do not rinse off afterward. Once out of the tub, light your incense and one of the candles. Leave it alone to burn all the way down, however long it takes. Each day, for the next 12 days, burn more incense and light another candle in this same manner, for a total of 13 days. Save all ashes and wax remains. When the spell is finished, take these and dispose of them in running water a river or ocean is ideal, though a kitchen sink garbage disposal or a flush toilet can be resorted to if no other option presents.


These posts are copyright by their respective authors as noted, and all rights are reserved. In other words, the contributions of these authors are not to be mirrored to other web sites or copied into print without the express permission of each individual author. You need: a black human figure candle or black chinaware human figure gender-specific, according to the sex of your enemy a packet of dried blackberry leaves a piece of black cloth a length of black thread a hammer a shovel or trowel to dig a hole Optional: Goofer Dust or Graveyard Dirt Crossing Oil or Hot Foot Oil Start on a Saturday. Name the figural candle or statue with the name of your enemy by carving the enemy's name in the wax or writing it on the chinaware with a marker. Wrap the candle or statuette all over with the dried spiny leaves of blackberry vines. Lay this mess on the piece of black cloth, wrap it up, and tie the bundle closed with black thread. Now, in your most angry voice, tell the person what it is you want to send back to them and then hit the packet 3 times with a hammer. Hit it really hard, to break it. Each day for 7 days tell the figure what you want to send back to him or her and hit the packet 3 hammer blows. By the end of the 7 days, it should be pretty well pulverized. When you are finished, take the bundle outdoors to a cemetery if you candig a deep hole, throw the packet in, and cover it up. Walk away and don't look back. To make the work stronger, you may also dress the candle or statue first with Crossing Oil or Hotfoot Oil and you may add Goofer Dust or Graveyard Dirt to the blackberry leaves, but not too much, because you want that figure feel the spiny leaves as it is crushed up in them by the hammer blows. Good luck! Thank you for your time. My compliments to the "chef"! I'm not sure what "clear up as usual" means in your tradition, so i would like to mention that in my line hoodoowe would suggest a cleansing bath for the practitioner, right after he or she has un-named the poppet "voodoo doll" or doll-baby. Hyssop herb tea would be satisfactory for this bath. Standing between two white candles and recital of the 51st Psalm "Cleanse me with hyssop" is optional, of course. Throw a basinful of the dirtied bath-water out at a cross-roads as per the usual custom throw it to the East over your left shoulder, walk away, and don't look back. It will do two things: First, remove thier curse by killing them or stopping them from harming you. Second, the person who rooted on you will decide their own fate; no other fates will be affected unless you desire it through guilt or doubt -- and then the spell may fizzle. Get a paper, a dagger, a white candle, and a black candle white on your right, black on your left. Draw a human figure on the paper to represent the person who put roots on you. Invoke Satan in your own way. Invoke the elements. Think of all the problems you have been having, project it into the paper form, feel the anger fully this is very importantstomp, humiliate, beat, torture, and vent your anger on it, hate it with a whole heart, hate who put the roots on you, next stab the genitalia and direct this torture to the tormenter, formed or formless, that they are destroyed in the name of your body's power and the dark will of the Satan within you, that they will die, they will feel pain, they will suffer, their body will betray them, and their sex will rot off, and they will be plunged into the void to be driven insane. Draw a reverse pentagram in the air over the paper form. Label this person a sacrifice "through justice and vengance and dominion over the spells and roots that tormented me that I do not desire. This counter curse works well. Then when you are ready to do this hex make sure you are worked up into a frenzy of anger and hatred. This will add to the potency of your hex! Be thinking of all this while doing this hex and when it says "With these bones I now do crush," take a hammer or use your feet to stomp and crush these bones as if they were your enemy before you! When you are done sweep, them up and place them in a bag.

Yes, there is no concept similar to karma in hoodoo, and yes, the new era appropriated the Hindu concept. Strictly speaking, karma means action, and nothing more. The concept of concordant actions and reactions, what used to be known in the West causes and consequences, is called "Apurba", "what does not pass. But there is no moral at stake, but simply causes and consequences. Wiccans with their 'harm none' and 'three fold karma' nonsense that they write in their cow-hide [P]OS after a meal of milk and meat. Putting on their black lipstick and face paint that also doubles up as a bunny torture device. Binding people against their will or knowledge but always for a 'good' cause, of course. Wasting herbs and oils on 'majickckck' that won't work anyway because they've stole everything else from ceremonial, mystic or REAL folk traditions expect the actual power GOD! Yes, I know I'm three years late to this party, lol, and I'm not even sure if this site is still active but this rant has been brewing for a while. Sorry I think your explanation is a good way of talking about this subject. Shit happens to good people, and people doing shitty things to others often get away with it. I think it's also to do with what you believe and accept as truth. For example I believe in tithing and I'm always rewarded very quickly, but that belief is strongly held. When I have passionate thoughts of revenge, it backfires instantly, hence this belief of sending out and return is always being reinforced. I'm starting out in hoodoo which is fascinating, I've never been a Wiccan or the like, but I'm having to challenge deeply ingrained beliefs when considering forceful protection, and retribution! However, my Hoodoo journey started with Saint Barbara and she has shown me that her intercession can be very forceful, even punishing and sorting out enemies, and burning things to the ground if she deems necessary. She can be naughty and has tricks up her sleeve, so I think there's a Balance to be had, and I think in certain situations where you have been wronged,damaged and messed up by someone, why wait around for the "universe" to help you out? Post a Comment. We are not Wiccans. We are not New-Agers. Most practitioners are not of Eastern culture or heritage.

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