The Marie Laveau Voodoo Grimoire with Denise Alvarado

The Marie Laveau Voodoo Grimoire with Denise Alvarado


I'm joined today by a favorite author of mine, Denise Alvarado, to chat about her newest work: The Marie Laveau Voodoo Grimoire.
The Marie Laveau Voodoo Grimoire is the first practical guide to New Orleans-style magic inspired by the life and traditions of Marie Laveau—the eternal and enduring Queen of New Orleans Voodoo. This is a working grimoire, or spell book, created for the modern witch and Conjure worker that provides formulas and recipes for solving the problems of daily living and enhancing quality of life using the Laveau Voodoo tradition.
We have such a great chat about Louisiana Voodoo and the misconceptions surrounding this spiritual practice, learning voodoo traditions for beginners, and of course, details about Marie Laveau and her life.
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Denise Alvarado is a bestselling author and artist whose work is inspired by magick, mystery, and the gothic aesthetic. She has written over twenty books and created many works of art that have captivated audiences around the world. A New Orleans born, native Creole raised in the unique culture of New Orleans, Louisiana, Alvarado has studied indigenous healing traditions from a personal and academic perspective for over five decades. Alvarado is an independent researcher and member of the American Anthropological Association, the Association of Indigenous Anthropologists, and the Association of Latina/o & Latinx Anthropologists. Find more here: ⁠⁠

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