I have to say that Kast Excelsior’s High-Tech Hoodoo workshop back in May continues to reverberate. The wonderful Hoodoo Jukebox and Conjure Toolbox CD set continues to inspire.
For years now I’ve carried a Bible on my iPod, and I don’t hesitate to use it during my nightly candle service. An e-Bible is a wonderful thing for prayers and words of power. I have AIRR’s wonderful page on Psalmic magic cued up in case I need to think on my feet; but it only take a few minutes to sit down and select the right verse for each client and put the client’s name on a bookmark. That way I have just the right scriptures for each client’s work at my fingertips.
The Book of Psalms, of course, was the great hymnbook of ancient Israel. Newer songs, sacred and secular, also have their place at the altar.
I love this one to begin a service, especially at the justice altar:
I’ve found this one very effective for love work:
Although you may be more familiar with this playful version. I think the visuals make the prospect of commitment to a love relationship look like as much fun as it actually is. (Sorry, I just can’t with Bill Cosby any more.)
More to come, as I explore the spiritual and magical uses of this delightful little gadget.