Conjure Digest Vol. 1 Issue 1
Introducing The Conjure Digest Vol 1 Issue 1 available in paperback! 41 pages, full color. The Conjure Digest is a periodical of curated content - articles, artwork, photography, spells and more - written by Denise Alvarado and published by Creole Moon Publications.
In this first issue:
OFF WITH HIS HEAD!
There is an untold story about St. Expedite on the island of Reunion; on closer look, decapitated St. Expedite statues can be seen dotting the plethora of quaint, yet curious, roadside shrines. Turns out his head is a coveted conjure curio by sorcerers there.
LEGENDS OF THE CROSSROADS
It is said that in order to master a particular skill, one may go to a CROSSROADS and meet a "black man," presumably Legba though often mistaken for the Devil, who will bestow upon one the desired skills. But, did you know that crossroads used to be the place where criminals were executed and suicidees were buried? And, just what was Hecate's role at the crossroads in ancient Greece?
Magickal alphabets have been used for centuries by magicians and witches for codifying spells and other purposes. Find three different magickal alphabets in this issue.
THESE SHOES ARE MADE FOR CONJURE
One of the oldest and most common forms of conjure in the South involves the use of shoes in some fashion or other (pun intended). Shoes are easy to work with, they are an everyday item, and they are often readily available.
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41 pages, full color.
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