Honestly, I probably shouldn’t write this, but when my editor at Patheos asked me if I would like to review The Voodoo Doll Spellbook, I wasn’t sure what to say. I have been a Voodoo priestess and anthropologist for over two decades and quite frankly, in my personal experience, the “Voodoo Doll” as most people imagine it just doesn’t exist. I was curious to see what an entire spellbook on the matter would have to say about it.
The Voodoo Doll Spellbook is a valuable work for anyone seeking to perform doll magick. Denise Alvarado gives a comprehensive look at this practice, along with a load of practical information. So check out this book, and as it says on the back cover ” Be ready to reap what you are about to sow – or in this case sew.!”
More About Denise Alvarado: She was born and raised in the Voodoo and Hoodoo rich culture of New Orleans. She has studied mysticism and practiced Creole Voodoo and indigenous healing traditions for over three decades. She is the author of the Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook and The Voodoo Doll Spellbook, and is the editor in chief of Hoodoo and Conjure, the first magazine journal devoted to the spiritual, cultural, and folk magick traditions of the American South. She currently lives in Arizona. You can find out more at her website www.creolemoon.com