No One-Handed Boxing (Or, How to Jinx Someone and Not Get Your Lights Punched Out)
Hoodoo Heritage Festival 2016!
Some of my favorite ways to exercise are boxing and kickboxing. At these classes, we're knocking the wind out of punching bags, not people, but we're defending and protecting ourselves as if those bags could punch us right back.
The other day, as I was taking a post-boxing shower, I had an epiphany (I have a lot of epiphanies in the shower) about the art of boxing and how it relates to hoodoo, especially cursing, crossing and jinxing.
Me & St. Expedite: The Beginning, and First Feast Day Candle Service
Hey folks, now that I'm back home in Salt Lake City and unpacked and (somewhat) caught up on my client e-mails and hoodoo schedule, I wanted to write up some thoughts I had at this year's Hoodoo Heritage Festival, which was held May 14-15 at Lucky Mojo Curio Company in Forestville, California.
Welcome to the Deseret Conjure blog!
Hey folks, if you follow me on Facebook, you may have seen the many photos I posted from my recent St. Expedite candle service on April 19. For this post, I wanted to write in more detail not only about that experience, but also talk a bit more about that fabulous St. Expedite statue at the center of the service and how it came into my possession, as well as how my relationship with this saint has progressed over time.
Welcome to the Deseret Conjure blog! I'm excited to begin writing through this platform, in much more detail than social media typically allows. So, if you're interested in reading about the "behind the scenes" of my hoodoo practice as I take it into the professional realm, this is where you want to be!