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Deacon Millett: Notes and Comment
Nathe On Giving Thanks: Gratitude Elixir Brings This Altar To Life
Now You Can Save the Date
Harvest Time With Miss Elvyra: A Corn Dolly Gives Thanks
Last Chance To Back On Kickstarter!: Kickstarter ends Tuesday, so grab it now!

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Hoodoo.News - Autumn Harvest 2021
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So much to feel grateful for these days. And while the old myths are in dire need of a rewrite, the heartfelt giving of thanks remains the same.

One of the things I'm grateful for is the continuing historical fieldwork of
Hoodoo Psychic Catherine Yronwode. As a member of her Patreon group, I see new articles on the history of hoodoo a full year before they are released to the public. 

Of particular note are two series: "
When Hoodoo Was Illegal," reporting on various government efforts to ban books, herbs, and curios used in conjure; and "Hoodoo Secrets," 19th and early 20th century first person accounts of rootwork, readings, and remedies. 

If you'd like to get early access to these articles -- and discuss them with the author in a private forum -- visit
Miss Cat's Patreon page

What else does this newsletter have in store? How about:

   •  New Hoodoo Psychic Nathe: Gratitude Elixir Brings This Altar To Life
   •  Office Hours For Your Favorite Hoodoo.News
   •  Harvest Time With Miss Elvyra: A Corn Dolly Gives Thanks
   •  Newly Restored
Tarot de Marseille Deck Plus "Tarot In Two Hours"

We hope you find this edition of Hoodoo.News to be gratifying. Thank you, as always, for your patronage.

Many blessings,

Deacon Millett

Nathe On Giving Thanks        

Gratitude Elixir Brings This Altar To Life

I want to share with you my altar dedicated to Gratitude, and help you to create your own. 

For the altar, you will need:
  • a green or a gold candle
  • the Empress card from the Tarot
  • a fruit basket (apples & grapes)
  • photos of those dear to you 

To make my gratitude elixir, use:
  • spring water
  • a quartz crystal
  • orange peel
  • cinnamon sticks
  • rose essential oil
  • a spray bottle

To make the elixir, add your ingredients to a spray bottle. It will grow stronger over time.

As you set up your altar with the elements mentioned above, spray the gratitude elixir in the air and over the altar. 

Recite your gratitude prayers and light your green or gold candle, focusing on what you are thankful for and what you wish for.
Nathe, a medium who reads tarot and the Lenormand oracle, is our newest Hoodoo Psychic. From Lisbon, Portugal, he can be reached in the early hours Monday through Saturday.
Angela Horner: Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun, 3PM-6PM EDT 
Dr. Jeremy Weiss: Mon-Fri, 2PM-7PM EDT    
Elle Duval: Wednesday, 11AM-2PM EDT    
Evan Lionhart: Thurs & Fri, 12PM-4PM EDT
Heidi Hilton: Tues and Thurs from 6PM-9PM EDT
Lady Muse: Daily, Noon-Midnight EDT
Madame Nadia: Sunday, Noon-2PM EDT
Mama Vergi: Daily, 11AM-7PM EDT
Miss Cat: Fri, 6PM-10PM EDT & Sat, 4PM-10PM EDT
Miss Elvyra: Friday, 11AM-12PM EDT
Nathe: Mon-Sat, 5AM-7AM & 10AM-3PM EDT
Papa Newt: Tues-Fri, 9AM-11am EDT  
Sister Jacqueline: Wednesday, 4PM-10PM EDT
Harvest Time With Miss Elvyra       
Gratitude, thankfulness, grace  -- all are part of this time of year, the harvest time. I wish to share a simple and creative spell, the corn dolly.

To craft the corn dolly:
  • Soak corn husks in water for about 10 minutes, then blot out excess water.
  • Stack 4 husk pieces, and tie together one inch down from the top.
  • Separate husks into equal portions and fold long ends down, covering twine.
  • Tie folded ends together about one inch down from top, creating head.
  • Roll up a single husk and tie at ends to use for arms.
  • Place arms below the neck knot, and tuck between body husks.
  • For a female: tie at waist area leaving a skirt below it.
  • For a male: tie at waist, separate husks into two sections, tie at knees and ankles.
  • Bless the corn dolly and place a Carnelian tumbled stone with it on your altar (or a central place in your home).
  • Declare out loud or on paper what abundant harvest you are grateful for this year.

Keep the corn dolly until next year's harvest. Release in nature and create a new one.

Blessed be!
Hoodoo.News Miss Elvyra works in the lady-hearted tradition and is a favorite reader. She is the cohost of The Witch, The Priestess, and The Cauldron podcast
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