Voodoo ~ Hoodoo ~ Mojo
A selection of curios to assist a person in all aspects of life that may include luck, love, evil, and restraining enemies.
Crystal Mojo Bags
These handmade bags are designed to work with your intention, with the use of affirmation, and with the healing power of crystals to assist you in any area of your life. Crystal therapy and energy healing are very powerful and are a welcome addition to any other methods you currently use. Made with butter-soft deer leather, each bag has a clear quartz crystal in front to amplify the healing power of the gemstones inside the pouch. One of the unique attributes of these bags is that they are very small (1 1/2" x 1 3/4") and light. You can tuck them anywhere! They are the ideal size to put under the pillow or in your pocket. You can use one or several together! About the gemstones: We use high quality mini gemstones that measure anywhere between 6mm to 12mm, depending on the gemstone. They are all unique and size doesn't matter when working with gemstones because they all have the same powerful healing energy that emanates from them and go where healing is needed. These crystals are already cleansed, charged and infused.
For Pets Too!!
Ritual & Spell Components
Sold as curio only. No specific results are guaranteed or implied. Sizes & characteristics vary.
Is it Voodoo or Hoodoo??
Hoodoo and voodoo may sound the same, but the terms are related opposites. Both hoodoo and voodoo are widely practiced and both share similar elements and roots in Africa. Voodoo and hoodoo are also both products of mixed beliefs that include pagan traditions, ancient worship, and elements of European religions. However, the main difference between hoodoo and voodoo is that the latter is actually an existing religion practiced by people while the former is considered folk magic. In this contrast, voodoo as a religion is clearly an institution which has organization and established practices like religious representatives or leaders, teachings, and religious services or rituals. Hoodoo, as a folk magic, lacks this foundation and organization.Voodoo, as a religion, invokes the power of the African gods and deities. A hoodoo practitioner often sees hoodoo as a sort of personal power that can help oneself or others by their knowledge of herbs, minerals, animal parts, bodily fluids, or possessions. The magic can be used based on one’s inclinations, desires, interests, and habits. Hoodoo and its practitioners empower themselves by accessing the gods and other supernatural forces in order to bring improvement or decline in a persons’ life. With this variety of knowledge and power, a practitioner can help a person in all aspects of life that may include luck, love, evil, and restraining enemies.