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Voodoo Magic Books (4) 

VooDoos And Obeahs Phases of West India Witchcraft
VooDoos And Obeahs Phases of West India Witchcraft by Joseph John William
1932. Voodoo and obeah are distinct from one another, both in origin and practice, and to understand the force and influence they originally exercised over their devotees, we must disassociate them from the myriad of other forms of magic that have impinged themselves upon them. The author spent a... >>Download<<
Primitive African Medical Lore And Witchcraft
Primitive African Medical Lore And Witchcraft by Ethel Thompson
This article presents a comprehensive study of the methods, practices, equipment, and paraphernalia of African witch doctors in carrying out primitive medical practices. The chief tribes studied are the Azandes of the Sudan, the Manos of Liberia, the Congo tribes, the Bundas of Angola, and the... >>Download<<
Witchcraft a Study in Bias Prejudice and Discrimination in South Africa by Damon Leff
When discussing Witchcraft in polite company, one discovers that although not everyone permits their personal bias to evolve into open discrimination, those with bias against Witches carry their prejudice like a moral compass. In less than civil society, bias against Witchcraft is often overtly... >>Download<<
Witchcraft a Study in Bias Prejudice and Discrimination in South Africa
A Pagan Witches TouchStone Witchcraft and Witch Hunts in South Africa by Damon Leff
A Pagan Witches TouchStone is an important publication for a number of reasons. Certainly one of the most important is that for the first time, self-defining Pagan Witches bring into open debate their own perspectives and experiences that result from the negative consequences brought about by the... >>Download<<
A Pagan Witches TouchStone Witchcraft and Witch Hunts in South Africa
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