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Hoodoo How To with Madame Pamita: Courage and Empowerment Candle Spell
A Round of Applause for Our Radio Stars
Travel Safely with Hoodoo Psychic Marin Graves: A Talisman To Bring Luck & Protection Worldwide
Hoodoo Heritage Festival, Forestville, CA

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News from Hoodoo Psychics - St. Patrick's Day 2017
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Happy Saint Patrick's Day from all of us at Hoodoo Psychics! St. Patrick

Saint Patrick was born in 385 CE, as Christianity was spreading across the Roman Empire. Legend says he was grabbed by pirates in Scotland or Wales, sold as a slave, and sent to Ireland, becoming a priest only after his escape.

Ireland didn’t have any snakes to speak of, but there were plenty of pagans. Saint Patrick wasn’t having any of that, using the shamrock’s tripartite shape to teach the Holy Trinity and help drive out ancient ways. (Perhaps why, to this day, it's the four leaf clovers that are considered lucky!)

He died on March 17, 461 CE, and that is the anniversary we celebrate as Saint Patrick’s Day. Versions of his ancient prayer, Saint Patrick's Breastplate, have found their way into conjure tradition, and can be read here.

This month, if you confirm your subscription to our newsletter, you'll be entered in a drawing to win a six-inch statue of Saint Patrick.

We look forward to hearing from you at HoodooPsychics.com!

Many blessings,

Deacon Millett

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Hoodoo How To with Madame Pamita

Courage and Empowerment Candle Spell

Hoodoo How To with Madame Pamita - Courage and Empowerment Candle Spell
In this video, Hoodoo Psychic Madame Pamita shares a candle spell for courage and empowerment, which can be performed for yourself or another. 

For this spell you will need: 

A purple candle (figural or taper), 12 yellow chime candles, Crucible of Courage Oil, Power Oil, a Tiger's Eye gemstone, an Amazonite gemstone, and a Carnelian gemstone.

Read more about Madame Pamita!
Lucky Mojo Anointing Oils

A Round of Applause for Our Radio Stars

A Hoodoo Psychics member writes, "Just want to inform you, whilst browsing your site it led me to LUCKY MOJO which led me to the radio show (The Lucky Mojo Hoodoo Rootwork Hour). Listening to it was very interesting, but that was last week's show. Wow, I wish I could listen to this live. Please give your colleagues a round of applause for me. They are very nice people."

Yes, they are! And so many Hoodoo Psychics are available on the radio via the LMC Radio Network, a community alliance of metaphysical, spiritual, inspirational, and political-justice broadcasters spanning a wide range of topics.

Here's a taste of three archived podcasts, each featuring THREE different Hoodoo Psychics! A great way to "meet" the voices of Hoodoo Psychics!

The Lucky Mojo Hoodoo Rootwork Hour
with host Miss Cat Yronwode and Guests Miss Aida & Papa Newt
New Shows on Sundays: 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM Pacific / 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Eastern

Candelo's Corner 
with host Candelo Kimbisa and Guests Madame Nadia & Prof. Porterfield
New Shows on Mondays: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Pacific / 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM Eastern

The Crystal Silence League Hour
with host Jon St. Germain and Guests Elvyra Love & Phoenix LeFae
New Shows on Tuesdays: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Pacific / 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM Eastern
Travel Safely with Hoodoo Psychic Marin Graves

A Talisman To Bring Luck & Protection Worldwide

Travel, though rewarding, can also induce anxiety if you're unfamiliar with your surroundings. If you travel often for work or personal reasons, but still feel uncertainty with new places (driving in different cities or fear of being alone where you're unknown), there is a psychic tool you can take on the road with you for protection.
This tool is called a talisman and, simply put, it's an object you put purposeful energy into for specific reasons. In this case, you could infuse the object with energy to keep you safe while you're traveling. For the purposes of protection, I highly recommend using money as your talisman.

Money is an excellent talisman used in folk magic, often associated with luck or protection worldwide. Traditionally in the US, the silver dime is considered the luckiest coin (more on this shortly). In Chinese culture, "money charms" constructed of brass coins and red knots hang in homes. Europeans use coins made of silver and personally marked (adding an initial or an X on the coin) for luck.

The US distinction of the good luck dimes originates from the time period when they were created and the story of the Roman God, Mercury. In ancient times, studying planetary movement was both divination and entertainment, and the planet Mercury was known to be fast, orbiting the sun in only 8 days. 

So when the Romans named the planets for their pantheon of Gods, Mercury became the swift messenger known for assisting travelers to their destination. The US minted Mercury dimes that bore the image of the God's head in his winged helmet, made from silver, from 1918 until 1945. These coins are absolutely the best you can find.

Here are several things to consider when creating your travel talisman:

1. Obtain a silver Mercury dime from eBay, a coin shop, or various online stores from coin collectors. You can also purchase red string, but this is optional and dependent on how you choose to carry your talisman.

2. Pay attention to the year the coin was minted. If you were born between those years, you might want to buy a coin that coincides with your birth year. Or, if not, numerology can help you select your coin. For example, a coin minted in 1940 signifies the number 5, associated with speed and action (1+9+4+0 = 14, 1+4 = 5).

3. Once you have the coin, you'll need to charge it by placing it in the palm of your hand and grasping it, while setting the intention (through prayer or concentration) of safe travel and protection. A drop of Fiery Wall of Protection oil or a cone of Safe Travel incense is always nice, but it’s your personal touch and psychic connection that turn it into your very own talisman. Carry your coin with you at all times, whether in a pocket, wallet, or purse. Or, if you choose to, you can drill a small hole into it and use the red string mentioned earlier to wear it as jewelry undetected under your clothes: a bracelet, necklace, or anklet will work.
Think of your talisman as an insurance policy needing replenishment, and renew its strength or create a new one yearly. May this newfound security grant you wonderful adventures and happy travels!

Read more about Marin Graves!
Hoodoo Heritage Festival, Forestville, CA
Saturday, May 13 - Sunday, May 14, 2017


Until March 21st: $140 per day / $260 per weekend


Join Hoodoo Psychics Deacon Millett, Candelo Kimbisa, Jon Saint Germain, Khi Armand, Madame Nadia, Madame Pamita, Mama E, Miss Aida, Miss cat yronwode, Miss Elvyra, Miss Michaele, Miss Phoenix LeFae, Papa Newt, Professor Ames, and Prof. Porterfield for classes, hands-on workshops, personal readings, and panel discussions in African-American folk magic, rootwork, and hoodoo.