Hoodoo Voodoo And Conjure A Handbook

| Saturday, September 5, 2009 | |
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Book: Hoodoo Voodoo And Conjure A Handbook by Jeffrey Anderson

The author of this well-put-together book knows that the occult practices imported from Africa to the New World, especially the Caribbean and, although widespread in its influence, has not been well documented in the academic world. Therefore, Professor Anderson has collated what does exist, written informative essays to cover broad general areas, explained what is and is not clear or available in the current literature, and given extensive Bibliographies for researchers and interested students to follow up on and do larger studies in the future.

This is a good reference book for learning about the practice of these three nontraditional healing, helping, and harming techniques. . . . The work provides an in-depth look at the practices. It can serve as somewhat of a how-to guide for anyone interested in becoming involved with them. . . . The book serves as a teaching tool that explains which herbs or portions to use for various needs. . . . The volume is Recommended for religious or medical collections focusing on nontraditional Spiritual practices. Its accessible style makes it a good source for interested general adult readers as well.

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