WMiT?: Hoodoo with Tayannah Lee McQuillar

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What Magic is This? - Hoodoo with Tayannah Lee McQuillar

Quote:Hoodoo is a name given (somewhat unwillingly) to a culture, tradition and inheritance that arose due to a very special circumstance. This was the intersection of Indigenous, African and European culture and beliefs that occurred in South Eastern America. There are many things which arose out of this circumstance such as a Botanical knowledge of the areas in which these peoples found themselves, a special kind of spirituality, and much much more. There are many concepts of Hoodoo which require closer investigation, and joining WMiT? to help in this regard is Author, Rootworker and creator of The Hoodoo Tarot- Tayannah Lee McQuillar!

Quote:My guest for this episode is Tayannah Lee McQuillar! Tayannah is a Tarot Consultant, Author, Rootworker, cultural anthropologist and scholar of history of religion, mysticism and the esoteric. She is the Author of Rootwork– the first contemporary practical guide of Hoodoo, as well as the creator of The Hoodoo Tarot, which is a staggeringly beautiful Tarot Deck. Tayannah can be found on Facebook, but her Instagram Account remains one of the greatest treasures on that app/site. Please give a follow on Instagram or click the link below!

Quote:Show Notes
'Historically, we may regard materialism as a system of dogma set up to combat orthodox dogma...Accordingly we find that, as ancient orthodoxies disintegrate, materialism more and more gives way to scepticism.'

- Bertrand Russell


I've actually tried Hoodoo twice for health concerns. One attempt was a complete failure. The second, for backache, seemed to have a miraculous effect, clearing up chronic pain within twenty four hours. Forty eight hours later, it was back and worse than ever!

So, I dunno, my other dabblings with magic have been similarly unsuccessful. Of course, it's entirely possible that I was doing it wrong.... or that I have no natural aptitude for such things. Whatever, one way or another, I'm hesitant to extend my experiences into any kind of universal statement on the matter.

This site is fun if you're looking to buy some hotfoot powder or magnetic sand. It has lots of info, too.

https://www.luckymojo.com/catalogue/
Formerly dpdownsouth. Let me dream if I want to.
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