Hoodoo Mojo Bags & Baby Dolls
James Udung (Deillumine Ra)
Cover image and interior artwork by Louis Solomon-Felix
A Guide to the Underworld
Published May 2021.
One of the essential tools used in Hoodoo folk practice is the mojo bag which acts as a container of magical force(s), similar to a spirit box or pot. They serve as amulets or better still as charm bags and are commonly used in hoodoo folk practice, with its origins rooted in West Africa. A Hoodoo Doll-Baby, Dolly, Poppet, Effigy, is a representation of a person made in the likeness of the target and is one of the most essential tools used in Hoodoo sympathetic sorcery. In Hoodoo Mojo Bags & Baby Dolls author James Udung describes the construction, preparation and use of these tools in this follow-up to his Hoodoo Graveyard Sorcery.
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