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A Priest's Head, a Drummer's Hands

By (author):
Louis Martainie
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By (author):
Louis Martini
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Series:
New Orleans Voodoo
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ISBN:
9781890399368 (1890399361) 
Publisher:
Black Moon Publishing
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Book / Paperback 
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Publication Date:
2011-12-01 00:00:00.0
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Print On Demand - Firm Sale 2015-05-03 00:00:00.0
Weight:
301 grams
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THIS EDITION HAS A BLACK AND WHITE INTERIOR...A Priest's Head, A Drummer's Hands is a complete-in-itself first volume in a series of teachings on Voodoo as it has and continues to develop in New Orleans. It contains an Order of Service developed over hundreds of rituals at the New Orleans Voodoo Spiritual Temple. This Order follows the steps of birth and can be used to bring honor and respect to the ancestors or to birth a "magickal child" of the voodoosant's choosing. Rhythms for the drums are given in the form of Drum Prayers. Rites and offerings to mark the passage of the Grande Zombie (Great Serpent) through the Seasons are outlined in a section on the Ophidian Year. A photographic record of the wake of Charles Masicot Gandolfo, the founder of the Historic Voodoo Museum, and a recounting of the line of Spiritual Doctors running back through the annals of New Orleans Voodoo is presented. Information and a working talisman for John Montanee, the original Dr. John, who conjured and drummed in the eighteen hundreds in New Orleans is included as well as a veve for the city of New Orleans as a spiritual entity.