Witch Queens, Voodoo Spirits, and Hoodoo Saints: A Guide to Magical New Orleans Free Audiobook Download by Denise Alvarado
This audiobook is about New Orleans and the many spirits who reside there. There is a bit of a back-and-forth between the author and narrator which makes it easy to follow. The author's tone is very informal, friendly, and helpful without being overly simplistic in its explanations.
In this magical New Orleans for residents and visitors alike, the author provides a rich history of the city's mystical inhabitants through detailed tales of witches, voodoo queens, and hoodoo saints. If you're an ancient magic lover, this is the perfect book to explore your inner-mystery.
Magical New Orleans is a favorite destination for both visitors and the people who live there. Whether you're looking for the spiritual or rekindling your faith, the Crescent City has it all. In this guidebook to the New Orleans, author Denise Alvarado guides readers through some of the most popular neighborhoods in town and provides historical insight into the local culture.
New Orleans is the city of enchantment and intrigue. From the infamous voodoo queen Marie Laveau to countless healers, spirits and more, this guide follows the stories of magical women who have shaped the city's culture and identity. The book contains a mix of oral history, poetry, music and historical sources from New Orleans. Each chapter discusses a figure from that region's history that was particularly significant for magical purposes. You'll find stories about witches, saints and other practitioners within the context of their communities in New Orleans.
In a city steeped in magical history, it comes as no surprise that the mystical traditions of Voodoo, Hoodoo and the Witch Queens and Saints were alive and well. In this guidebook, Denise Alvarado combines her extensive research with personal stories from the author's own life to reveal the many facets of these spiritual practices and traditions.
Many people associate New Orleans with the infamous Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau and other voodoo spirits, but there is so much more to magic in New Orleans. Denise Alvarado explores the many magical and spiritual traditions of New Orleans while debunking some of the myths that have been passed down through time. The book also includes a chapter dedicated to Hoodoo Saint Masons, because why not?
|Duration||6 hours 53 minutes|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Parent Category||United States, Naturopathy & New Age|