By: Manmeet Kaur Tura
Voodoo culture is derived from ancient African religions. They were a firm believer of the Black Magic. When they were incorporated into the Voodoo culture, the observance of Black Magic also was incorporated
Voodoo has been associated with contemporary "black magic" over the years. They are somewhat related but while hexing or cursing may be considered
Singing is among significant rituals as part of voodoo worship. These songs have been scripted and passed down for hundreds of years. Along with the songs the practitioners pat, clap and stomp their foot but no drums are played. Although it did
Songs describe the personalities for the divine being, like their names, likes and dislikes, source, responsibilities, power, and weaknesses. Sometimes the songs are sung addressing the deities, and sometimes they are sung as if the deities themselves were speaking (or singing). Many songs replicate the tunes of the Catholic Church, as well as relate the Catholic saints with African deities.
No new songs can be added to the voodoo collection, yet there are two cases when such a thing is possible. The first is if someone has heard the song in a dream, as it is believed that it
There are four phases in a voodoo ritual, all restricted to the song being sung; preparation, invocation, possession
Magic Through Voodoo Dolls- As per the Voodoo
The one who performs magic needs to understand the voodoo culture well and requires a doll to be made out of fabric. The doll should resemble a proper human and a part of the victim must be attached
The dolls have pins inserted in them and they are of many types and colors in Voodoo magic. Each pin is used for separate activity and each has a color which carries a different meaning.
Seven Voodoo Pins And Their Energies:
- Red – Power
- Black – Repelling negative Energy
- White – Positive
- Blue – Love
- Green – Money
- Yellow – Success
- Purple – Spirituality
Voodoo Dolls can hurt you!
In many extreme