What is Voodoo?

Voodoo is a spiritual and magical tradition with roots in Africa, Haiti, the rest of the Caribbean, and the United States. Many people consider only the spiritual or the magical elements - they view it as a dichotomy of spiritual religious practices and magical spells. However, Voodoo is both.

Voodoo Spells That Work Overnight

Voodoo is the source of many powerful magic spells. It is also the synthesis of those spells with a way of life that enriches and promotes the health and life of its practitioners.

Is Voodoo Real?

Voodoo is very real. Not only is Voodoo the source of many real magical spells, but Voodoo is a tradition that has sustained people all around the world for centuries. It has passed the test of time and is still recognized as the source of many of the world's most powerful spells. However, the best way for you to find out if it is real is to try it for yourself.

What is a Houngan?

A Houngan, also spelled Oungun or Ongun, is a Voodoo Priest. Literally, this is derived from a Haitian Creole term meaning "Spirit Master." The term denotes the ability of the Houngan to communicate with the multitude of spirits, or Loas, that reside in the unseen world. The Houngan is the highest-ranking individual in the "Voodoo tradition", and each community, or Hounfor, will have its own Houngan. Houngan refers to males, while the female equivalent is a Mambo or Manbo.


Can Christians (or Other Religions) Use Voodoo?

There is nothing contradictory between Christianity and Voodoo. Many Voodoo practitioners do identify as Christians. Similarly, Voodoo has been very comfortably embraced by Hindus. People of all spiritual paths and walks of life can benefit from Voodoo. Nothing in Voodoo requires people to transgress their own spiritual beliefs or convictions.