PRLog - May 17, 2012 - PRESCOTT, Ariz. -- Published in the tradition of respected almanacs over time and throughout history, the Hoodoo Almanac 2012 is a new source of folk wisdom and Hoodoo lore for rootworkers and conjurers around the world. It brings you a true Southern perspective of folk magic and folklore as only those who have lived and breathed it can do.
When writing the Hoodoo Almanac 2012, the authors Denise Alvarado, Carolina Dean and Alyne Pustanio went to the readers of Hoodoo and Conjure magazine and asked them what they would like to see in an Almanac, then put that information in the book. Three hundred and fifty-one pages of valuable information for your pure reading enjoyment.
The Hoodoo Almanac 2012 contains legends, rituals, herbal secrets, moon magick, magickal botany, herbal charms, a baneful botanica, tarotscopes, a Who's Who in Hoodoo history, weather forecasts, astrology, lore and quaint recipes and a variety of matter useful and entertaining.
There is also information about some things never before written about in a book. For example, the reader can learn how to work with Aunt Caroline Dye, Mama Mary, St. Mary Magdalene, St. Clare and Black Hawk, to name but a few. Learn signs and omens, learn how to make several Three Kings formulas, how to make blessed chalk, a whole slew of information about plants and plant lore, and that's just the tip of the rootstock.
While there is much serious content in the Hoodoo Almanac 2012, there are also entries for your entertainment, as is the case with most almanacs.
Eighteen months in the making, the Hoodoo Almanac 2012 is now available at www.hoodooalmanac.com. Get your copy now!