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HOW TO CONTACT A REAL GHOST THROUGH BLACK MAGIC SPELLS

Voodoo Village Black Magic

 

Many of today's Paranormal Investigators and Ghost Hunting Groups believe that there is no reliable way to get in touch with Real Ghosts. But many Voodoo-Hoodoo believers and those that practice the infernal Black Arts of Necromancy, Bone conjuring, Séance sand witchcraft know that there really is.

So here I present to you a few incantations that those in the know use when holding voodoo- hoodoo necromantic rituals of different groups. From those of true spiritualist to that of black soul wiccans. The Voodoo Hoodoo evocations and those of the ancient mysteries.

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By MAMBO DeéDe

So many ghost hunting people come to me often in search of my voodoo LWA's. You know the spirits that rule the kingdom of American Voodoo in the United States. They ask me of words to say to demand a ghost or spirit to appear.

Vodou (Anglicized: Voodoo) or Vaudoo is a family of New World syncretistic religions primarily based on the faiths of the Fon, Ewe, and related peoples of West Africa (see West African Vodun), of the Kongo people of Central Africa (see Lemba), and of Christianity.

It is found in areas of the African diaspora, especially Brazil, Haiti, Dominican Republic, and Cuba. This article is primarily concerned with the form of the religion as it is practiced in Haiti and the Dominican Republic. And Louisiana Voodoo for the Afro-creole tradition of New Orleans, Santería and Arará for the forms local to Cuba, and Candomblé and Umbanda for Brazil.

Vodou bears strong oral tradition, adherents place great honor to deities and venerate ancestors, both ancient and recent. Vocal spells called incantions are use to call up spirits and the appropriate symbol must be used on burnt parchment.

When the word Vodou is capitalized, it denotes the religion. In lower case, it means the spirits of the religion. The same applies to the words Voodoo - Hoodoo.

Louisiana Voodoo, also known as New Orleans Voodoo, originated from the ancestral religions of the African diaspora. It is a cultural form of the Voodoo religions which historically developed within the French- and Creole-speaking African-American population of the U.S. state of Louisiana. It is one of many incarnations of African-based religions rooted in the West African Dahomean Vodou tradition and the Central African traditions found in Haitian Vodou. They became syncretized with the Catholic religion as a result of the massive forced migrations and displacements of the slave trade.

Louisiana Voodoo is often confused with – but is not completely separable from – Haitian Vodou and southeastern U.S. hoodoo. While it generally shares the same loa as Haitian Vodou, it lays a generally greater emphasis upon folk magic (as does hoodoo). This emphasis has become a spiritocultural marker for southern, Afro Diaspora, francophone Louisiana within the Western media. It was through Louisiana Voodoo that such terms as gris-gris (an Ewe term) and voodoo dolls were introduced into the American lexicon.

Voodoo Hoodoo Is now a growing part of ghost Hunting. Many come to my rituals in Nashville,TN to explore the religion and to experience the paranormal activity that it generates. More and more Paranormal Investigators have been showing up at my rituals as or a few notable Country Singers. And please don't forget the curious.

The Spiritual Churches of New Orleans are a Christian sect founded by Wisconsin-born Mother Leafy Anderson in the early 20th century. These churches incorporate Catholic iconography, ecstatic worship derived from African-American Protestant Pentecostal practices, and a large dose of Spiritualism. A closer examination shows that the hallmark of the New Orleans Spiritual Churches is the honoring of the Native American spirit named Black Hawk, who lived in Illinois and Wisconsin (Anderson's home state), not in Africa, or Haiti.[. Furthermore, the names of some individual churches in the denomination—such as Divine Israel—bring to mind typical Black Baptist church names more than Catholic ones.

Practitioners combined aspects of Spiritualism and Voodoo in the nineteenth century; the voodoo-influenced "Spiritual Churches" that survive in New Orleans are the result of a mingling of these and other spiritual practices. The New Orleans "Spiritual" religion is a blend of Spiritualism, Voodoo, Catholicism and Pentecostalism. It is unique among African-American "Spiritual" religions in its use of "Spirit Guides" in worship services and in the forms of ritual possession that its adherents practice. It is hardly surprising to find such an interest in Spiritualism. The first issues of L'Union demonstrated the deep interest that Spiritualism held for Creole New Orleans in general and for the Creoles of color in particular. The blending of Spiritualism and Voodoo occurred because of Spiritualism's technical similarities to Voodoo possession. Spiritualism, "as a technique for communication with the dead," was not very different from the forms of ritual possession that were encountered in 1920s New Orleans.

Black Ghost calling rituals are thought to have included influences from Islam, Judaism and Satan worship. As in the case of the Knights Templar some of whom are thought to have converted to Islam and pagan traditions and practiced the "Ghost Commanding " after rejection by the Church, there is a consistently sexual theme in voodoo- hoodoo rites and sexual acts, sacrifices and cannibalism have been practiced. In my travels throughout Haiti, the Rada Voodoo rites had a strong sexual element and Voodoo priests are known to practice "Black Magic" and spell-casting. Animal sacrifices are a prominent part of Haitian Voodoo ceremonies. And in calling up spirits to appear on command.

Little can actually be concluded from the above except that there is a strongly syncretistic amalgam of Church and anti-Church religious symbolism in modern Voodoo - Hoodoo.

CALLING THE DEAD TO APPEAR USING Voodoo - Hoodoo INVOCATIONS

Voodoo - Hoodoo INVOCATIONS TO CALL UP GHOSTS AND THE DEAD!

A real simple voodoo- hoodoo invocation that I suggest to ghost hunters only and they have been using is this. But if you do not know or study ghost do not try this alone in the dark. you might be sorry. Please read the entire article carefully before you attempt these invocations.

Invocations to control ghost:

To command real ghost to come to you:

Look at me now, and tell me what you want is what you see. Give me some kind of sign to show me that you feel the same way I do. Show yourself dark lost spirit!

Ghost or specter, phantom Booge or shade that hides in the shadows of plain sight. You are now bound to be known to me and and I to you !

To make a ghost speak to you:

Tongue of the dead be not silent to me. Wag and whisper, growl and grown. Let me hear you in a loud tone.

To make a ghost be able to be photographed:

You O, Dead man, woman or lost child, appear appear, appear now to be seen. Freeze like winters icy blast in a spot where you cannot move before me. Still, Still, Still within in my grasp.*[1]

To make a real ghost Touch You:

I know you are near dark shade in this room. I feel the coldness of the grave. Shown now is my power over you so touch me touch me touch me true. Xango commands you now what to do!

To make a ghost come home with you to study it:

Spirit spook, shade or specter your name is not important. Come follow me for you are bound to my will to do my bidding. In My shadow you will walk. I will listen and you will talk. Bound to me you are now to be. Come spirit come spirit home with me.

Using these proven rituals invocations will get ghosts to do as you command but getting rid of them is more complicated so again I warn you do not try these unless you are experienced in the ways of the dead.

*[1] Please note: You must then take photos by turning in 360 degrees the ghost will be in some of the many photos you take but not all.

 

The difference between Voodoo and Hoodoo is similar to the difference between Wicca and Witchcraft. Voodoo is a religion that serves the African deities in West Africa, and Afro-Caribbean Loa or Lwa and the Catholic/Christian saints in Haiti and Louisiana.

Hoodoo, on the other hand, is the magical practice, with no religious connections or connotations. Not all people with Voodoo beliefs practice Hoodoo, and not all who practice Hoodoo have Voodoo beliefs

Afro-American Religions
Religion Developed in* Ancestral Roots Also practiced in Remarks
Candomblé Brazil Yoruba orishas Atlanta, New Orleans, Miami, Galveston, Marshall -Texas

Some elements of Dahomey vodou(deities)
and Kongo nkisiAlso called Batuque

Currently practiced widely throughout the USA; not a religion per se, as most practitioners are Christians, but the practice is rooted in the indigenous beliefs of Central and West Africa.

Umbanda Brazil Yoruba Uruguay, Atlanta, New Orleans, Miami

Indigenous elements added
(Preto Velho, Caboclo). Founded in the early 20th century

Currently practiced widely throughout the USA; not a religion per se, as most practitioners are Christians, but the practice is rooted in the indigenous beliefs of Central and West Africa.

Quimbanda Brazil Kongo
Witchcraft
Brazilian Shamanism
Uruguay, Atlanta, New Orleans, Miami

Veneration of ancestral spirits called
Exu and Pomba Gira

Currently practiced widely throughout the USA; not a religion per se, as most practitioners are Christians, but the practice is rooted in the indigenous beliefs of Central and West Africa.

Santería Cuba Yoruba World Wide Catholicism Syncretism
Regla de Arará Cuba Dahomey Atlanta, New Orleans, Miami Currently practiced widely throughout the USA; not a religion per se, as most practitioners are Christians, but the practice is rooted in the indigenous beliefs of Central and West Africa.
Regla de Palo Cuba Kongo nkisi Puerto RicoGlaveston, Tylerm Longview, Marshall, Texas area specifically Houston

Also called Palo Mayombe,
Regla de Congo, Palo Monte

Currently practiced widely throughouTexas; not a religion per se, as most practitioners are Christians, but the practice is rooted in the indigenous beliefs of Central and West Africa.

Vodou Haiti, Brazil Dahomey mythology Cuba, Dominican Republic,
USA
Currently practiced widely throughout the USA; not a religion per se, as most practitioners are Christians, but the practice is rooted in the indigenous beliefs of Central and West Africa.
Obeah Jamaica Kongo, Dahomey Trinidad and Tobago

Simiar to Hoodoo

Currently practiced widely throughout the USA; not a religion per se, as most practitioners are Christians, but the practice is rooted in the indigenous beliefs of Central and West Africa.

Winti Suriname   Atlanta, New Orleans, Miami Currently practiced widely throughout the USA; not a religion per se, as most practitioners are Christians, but the practice is rooted in the indigenous beliefs of Central and West Africa.
Kumina Jamaica Kongo Atlanta, New Orleans, Miami Currently practiced widely throughout the USA; not a religion per se, as most practitioners are Christians, but the practice is rooted in the indigenous beliefs of Central and West Africa.
Spiritual Baptist Trinidad and Tobago Yoruba Jamaica, USA, Atlanta, New Orleans, Miami Protestantism Syncretism, since the early 19th century
Hoodoo southern USA Kongo, Dahomey, Togo Atlanta, New Orleans, Miami Currently practiced widely throughout the USA; not a religion per se, as most practitioners are Christians, but the practice is rooted in the indigenous beliefs of Central and West Africa.
Abakua Cuba Ekpe society of the Annang, Efik, Ibibio, Ekoi and Igbo. Atlanta, Galvestom, Memphis, New York, New Orleans, Miami Currently practiced widely throughout the USA; not a religion per se, as most practitioners are Christians, but the practice is rooted in the indigenous beliefs of Central and West Africa.

 

About MAMBO DeéDe

Mambo DeéDe Is a practicing Voodoo priestess who was actually born in Memphis in Voodoo Village. The hoodoo empire of Walsh Harris' Voodoo Village. As she reached the age of 9 she was sent to Haiti By her Parents and schooled i the fine arts of Voodoo. At age 15 she was then sent to New Orleans where she was taught the age old secrets of Marie Laveau's special brand of hexing.

Now a resident of Nashville, Tennessee once again since Hurricane Katrina. Mambo DeéDe practice her Voodoo Hoodoo Doo for those that dare seek her out. Her grande rituals often attended by many famous locals and many Country Singers aspiring to be great of late. She also hosts an annual Elvis Presley Voodoo summoning at different hotels Near Gracelans for those special fans who want to meet his real ghost eye to eye.

Mambo DeéDe's Magic is all her own from years of studying the many systems that her early years of learning brought her. Now at the age of 50 years young she is becoming a new Voodoo Hoodoo Icon in the deep South next to the New Orleans Voodoo Queen Bianca.


 

 

 

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