American Rootwork Association

The American Rootwork Association (ARA) is an evolving coalition of practicing rootworkers, scholars, scholar-practitioners and tradition-keepers interested in formalizing the study of rootwork, rootdoctoring and related folk traditions as serious areas of scientific and cultural inquiry.

The ARA seeks to unify practitioners, practitioner-scholars and academics by raising broad questions, fostering the emergence of new areas of inquiry and examining the structures and conditions that influence rootwork as an expression of contemporary culture. The ARA publishes a bulletin twice a year, American Rootwork, that addresses rootwork in contemporary culture, its expression on the internet, the history of rootwork in the context of slavery, and the teaching of rootwork, rootdoctoring and related folk traditions as formal areas of study.

The American Rootwork Association (ARA) offers practitioners, practitioner-scholars, tradtition-keepers, academics, researchers, linguists, archaeologists, anthropologists, ethnologists and anyone interested in the formal preservation of American rootwork a presence and voice in the discipline, allowing them to put their accumulated knowledge and insights to significant use.

For more information, visit American Rootwork Association.

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333 Conjure Tips

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If you are looking for practical conjure tips, tricks and advice, this ebook is for you. The Crossroads Mamas have brainstormed a list of random workings and advice drawing from their combined backgrounds in rootwork, New Orleans Voudou, Native American conjure, Spiritualism, Santeria and Palo. All of the works come from the Crossroads Mamas themselves from their years of experience and practice in the conjure arts and ATRs (African Traditional Religions). We hope to inspire others to come up with their own conjures on a moment’s notice, just as our ancestors did in their time of practical need.


This book is divided into 14 sections, each representing an area of conjure. The tips and tricks in this book are quick and easy descriptions and the reader is assumed to be familiar with the basics to the extent they are able to fill in the blanks. For example, the basic ingredients and purpose of a spiritual bath may be given; however, the time of day the bath is taken or method of disposal of the bath water may not be. Thus, this book is NOT a complete instruction manual with how-to details of rootworking basics.

The Crossroads Mamas’ 333 Conjure Tips and Tricks is written in a simple and straightforward manner, uncomplicated by extraneous written chatter. It contains one tip after another, one idea after another, just as we thought of them, sitting at the kitchen table drinking multiple cups of coffee, writing them down. The only real editing was in the organization of the works, done as an afterthought to help the reader locate areas of interest with ease.

Some sample conjure tips:

  • Write your bad habits on white paper. Place in a plastic bag with sea salt and holy water. Keep in the freezer for nine months. Afterwards, flush down the toilet.
  • Mix one cup of white vinegar, one tablespoon of sea salt, two cups of holy water, the juice of one fresh lemon and a pinch of cinnamon. Add three tablespoons of this mixture to your laundry to keep away evil. Do this as needed.
  • To send someone away for good, poke a hole in a coconut and drain the milk. Write your enemy’s name nine times on a piece of paper and stick it in the coconut. Stuff as much nasty stuff as possible on top of that paper—cayenne pepper, black pepper, gun powder, dog shit, chicken livers, sewer water, grave yard dirt—then spit in it and stop it up with the obituary section of the newspaper. Take that coconut and toss it in a trash dump.
  • To a brown bag add the name of the judge in your case, your adversaries’ names, and the adversaries’ lawyer’s name all written on parchment paper. Add a sharks tooth, galangal root and a piece of beef tongue. Carry with you into court to prevent incriminating words spoken about and to sway the judge and jury in your favor.
  • Confusion oil: patchouli, guinea pepper, poppy seeds, chicory root, black mustard seeds in mineral oil.

There are 348 conjure tips in total like these in this digital download. Just $7.00 for an immediate download!

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Whoop Ass Conjure

How about a little Whoop Ass Conjure? Absolutely one of my favorite new formulations that we predict will become a staple in every conjurer’s medzin bag. It unleashes the whoop ass on people who deserve it! We spared no mercy in the preparation of this formula; we are rootwomen from the Deep South, born and raised, and we won’t hesitate to “Bless your heart” with a little Whoop Ass when necessary.

Whoop Ass Candles are designed to be used to conquer troublesome conditions and situations. When you are serious about putting an end to someone or something, burn a Whoop Ass candle and holler “Booyah!” and put an end to what ails you. Comes in an oil and powder too, just let us know what you need and we got you covered.

So here’s a work with the oil and powder and candle. Light your candle while doing this work. Take a lemon an cut off the tip and scrape out the innards. Save the tip because you are going to need it to seal it back up write the names of your enemies on parchment paper or brown paper from a paper bag. Draw 9 Xs on top of their names. Write on the back what you want to have happen to them…remember this ia a whoop ass work so no being soft. Five spot it with the oil, then dust it with the powder. Fold that paper away from you til its small enough to insert in the lemon. Pour some more of that oil in there and powder. Add a dead spider for good measure and some cobwebs. The put the tip of the lemon back on top. Seal with wax. Take black thread and wrap it around the lemon till its covered and tie off, leaving a little bit of string you can use to hang it in a dark spot in your basement, or a lonely spot in your attic. As the lemon dries its going to get hard as a rock. Your enemy is going to get beat down in this process. Once it is rock hard, you can keep it hanging forever and a day, burn it, run over it with your car, put on a railroad track and let a train take care of it, or bury it in a graveyard. Dispose of the candle in the trash away from your home, or…extend the work by placing the lemon in the candle glass and filling the candle up with vinegar. Cover the candle with a thick layer of tin foil and seal with twine. Burn black candles fixed with the oil and powders and inscribed with your enemies’ name, on top of what is now a vinegar jar. This work can go on indefinitely.

Whoop Ass Conjure…100% BOOYAH!


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A teacher posted a mean note on the bulletin board outside of the school office aimed at a failed student and texted the same note along with a photo to whom the note was written to all the students in the school. The teacher also posted it on a public forum on the internet for the world to see. This teacher was surrounded by a group of mostly silent supporters, more accurately described as “followers” in that they did not question the teachers’ motive or actions. Upon discovery, the children and other teachers seemed shocked and offended (except the few who sent the note) evidenced by mouths agape, gasping, posturing and sudden and persistent incessant chatter about the incident on the school grounds.Read more at http://conjureart.blogspot.com/2014/08/conjuring-pink-elephant.html#BsCTJohEMHFLMqcx.99 A teacher posted a mean note on the bulletin board outside of the school office aimed at a failed student and texted the same note along with a photo to whom the note was written to all the students in the school. The teacher also posted it on a public forum on the internet for the world to see. This teacher was surrounded by a group of mostly silent supporters, more accurately described as “followers” in that they did not question the teachers’ motive or actions. Upon discovery, the children and other teachers seemed shocked and offended (except the few who sent the note) evidenced by mouths agape, gasping, posturing and sudden and persistent incessant chatter about the incident on the school grounds.Read more at http://conjureart.blogspot.com/2014/08/conjuring-pink-elephant.html#BsCTJohEMHFLMqcx.99

A teacher posted a mean note on the bulletin board outside of the school office aimed at a failed student and texted the same note along with a photo to whom the note was written to all the students in the school. The teacher also posted it on a public forum on the internet for the world to see. This teacher was surrounded by a group of mostly silent supporters, more accurately described as “followers” in that they did not question the teachers’ motive or actions. Upon discovery, the children and other teachers seemed shocked and offended (except the few who sent the note) evidenced by mouths agape, gasping, posturing and sudden and persistent incessant chatter about the incident on the school grounds.
Read more at http://conjureart.blogspot.com/2014/08/conjuring-pink-elephant.html#BsCTJohEMHFLMqcx.99

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What are you thinking about right now? The Law of Attraction states that “whatever we think about, we bring about”. This law may initially seem like new age fluff but believe it or not, there are scientific merits to this proposition. The top quantum physicists of our time have discovered that our universe and our reality is very much directed by the “observer”.

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According to Dorothy Morrison: I have a lot of customers of late who seem to be having trouble with their mates behaving themselves. If this applies to you - if your mate can’t control his or her wandering eye, or even worse, other parts of their anatomy - help is on the way in the form of Voodoo Ted. That’s right, Folks…Voodoo Ted has branched out - and now handles errant lovers as well as obsequious bosses!
All joking aside…this doll really does work wonders when it comes to matters of the heart. If you even think you may have a problem, you need one of these dolls. And since they’re a limited edition…they won’t last long! 
Hoodoo Ted Conjure Dolls According to Dorothy Morrison: I have a lot of customers of late who seem to be having trouble with their mates behaving themselves. If this applies to you - if your mate can’t control his or her wandering eye, or even worse, other parts of their anatomy - help is on the way in the form of Voodoo Ted. That’s right, Folks…Voodoo Ted has branched out - and now handles errant lovers as well as obsequious bosses!
All joking aside…this doll really does work wonders when it comes to matters of the heart. If you even think you may have a problem, you need one of these dolls. And since they’re a limited edition…they won’t last long! 
Hoodoo Ted Conjure Dolls According to Dorothy Morrison: I have a lot of customers of late who seem to be having trouble with their mates behaving themselves. If this applies to you - if your mate can’t control his or her wandering eye, or even worse, other parts of their anatomy - help is on the way in the form of Voodoo Ted. That’s right, Folks…Voodoo Ted has branched out - and now handles errant lovers as well as obsequious bosses!
All joking aside…this doll really does work wonders when it comes to matters of the heart. If you even think you may have a problem, you need one of these dolls. And since they’re a limited edition…they won’t last long! 
Hoodoo Ted Conjure Dolls According to Dorothy Morrison: I have a lot of customers of late who seem to be having trouble with their mates behaving themselves. If this applies to you - if your mate can’t control his or her wandering eye, or even worse, other parts of their anatomy - help is on the way in the form of Voodoo Ted. That’s right, Folks…Voodoo Ted has branched out - and now handles errant lovers as well as obsequious bosses!
All joking aside…this doll really does work wonders when it comes to matters of the heart. If you even think you may have a problem, you need one of these dolls. And since they’re a limited edition…they won’t last long! 
Hoodoo Ted Conjure Dolls

According to Dorothy Morrison: I have a lot of customers of late who seem to be having trouble with their mates behaving themselves. If this applies to you - if your mate can’t control his or her wandering eye, or even worse, other parts of their anatomy - help is on the way in the form of Voodoo Ted. That’s right, Folks…Voodoo Ted has branched out - and now handles errant lovers as well as obsequious bosses!

All joking aside…this doll really does work wonders when it comes to matters of the heart. If you even think you may have a problem, you need one of these dolls. And since they’re a limited edition…they won’t last long!

Hoodoo Ted Conjure Dolls

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BOSS FIX CONJURE DOLL BOSS FIX CONJURE DOLL
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According to the Law of Contagion, once things are in contact with each other, they will continue to have an effect on each other long after they are separated. Believers contend that when a personal effect, such as a fingernail, hair, or a piece of clothing, is attached to a doll, the personal effect acts as a link from the spiritual world to the physical world. Thus, the contact made between doll and personal effect allows whatever is done to the doll to happen to the person by virtue of contagion. Here is an excellent, and quite clever, example of a spell from the Voodoo Doll Spellbook that illustrates the Law of Contagion in a fabulous way:

Disease Doll to Make a Person Sick

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