Working Conjure: A Guide to Hoodoo Folk Magic by Hoodoo Sen Moise
Coming in Fall 2018
Conjure, also known as Hoodoo or Rootwork, is an old, powerful, and increasingly popular system of North American folk magic. Conjure’s roots derive primarily from West and Central African spiritual traditions, but it has also been influenced by Christianity, Jewish mysticism, and Native American practices.
Hoodoo Sen Moise has been studying this tradition and working with Conjure for over 35 years. Here in Working Conjure, he explores Conjure’s history, principles, fundamentals, and ethics, while simultaneously providing a practical how-to guide to actually “working” Conjure and making Conjure work for you.
"Sen Moise teaches the traditions of his ancestors and kindly shares their wisdom with us. Rooted in the past, he speaks eloquently on why these things apply to us today in the modern world without compromise."
--Christopher Penczak, Co-Founder of the Temple of Witchcraft
--Dorothy Morrison, author of Everyday Magic and Utterly Wicked
--Mambo Chita Tann, author of Haitian Vodou
Sen Moise brings us the time-worn teachings that have evolved in the Southern United States over hundreds of years. This practical book teaches you how you can use Conjure in everyday situations and discover the power and perseverance of the Southern spirit to evolve, change, transform, manifest, and heal. Hoodoo Sen Moise has presented a great work for these traditions, weaving together magic and spiritual belief!"
--Brian Cain, Alexandrian high priest and co-host of HexFest and Festival of the Dead