by Catherine Yronwode and Gregory Lee White
This densely packed and lavishly illustrated occult manual presents more than 150 popular natural curios, apotropaic amulets, protective talismans, animal totems, and religious emblems from around the world and from all eras of history, as prescribed and employed in contemporary hoodoo, conjure, and rootwork. Learn how to identify, select, prepare, and consecrate your own magical and metaphysical amulets and charms – and how to wear or carry them for good luck, protection, health, wealth, success, victory, and love! at last: a practical field guide to folkloric charms!
Author Catherine Yronwode is the co-proprietor of the Lucky Mojo Curio Company, a manufactory for traditional herb-based conjure supplies, and the pastor of Missionary Independent Spiritual Church. Her books on folk magic and divination include “Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic,” “Hoodoo in Theory and Practice,” “Throwing the Bones,” and “Paper In My Shoe/”. She lives and works on an old farmstead in rural Northern California with her husband, a dog, cats, and chickens.
Gregory Lee White is the co-proprietor of the popular Nashville Tennessee based metaphysical store, aromaG’s Botanica. He is a folklorist, aromatherapist, a teacher of Appalachian folk magic, as well as a professional Tarot card reader.