Hoodoo Your Love: Conjure the Love You Want (and Keep It) (Paperback)
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Spells and rituals for conjuring romantic love, self-love, and healthy relationships from “Conjure Queen” Mama Starr Casas.
Although love magic is among Starr Casas’s specialties, she has never written about it extensively before. In Hoodoo Your Love, Starr shares her professional knowledge and also reveals her never before published family secrets to help readers obtain the love they seek.
Hoodoo Your Love explores all facets of love magic. Within these pages, you will learn to draw new love toward you, bring errant lovers back, and improve and control your current situation. Starr explains how to build a love altar, heal a broken heart, stimulate and maintain family peace and happiness, and maybe most crucially, learn to really love yourself. Tools include herbs, roots, candles, and assorted simple household items, so anyone can put Mama Starr’s knowledge into practice.
About the Author
Starr Casas holds onto the values of her ancestors. A traditional Conjure woman and veteran rootworker of over 40 years, Mama Starr is a prolific author and hands-on teacher, who presents workshops throughout the US. She also owns the store Mama Starr’s Style LLC in Houston. Find her online at oldstyleconjure.com and on Instagram @starrcasas.
“Hoodoo Your Love is a masterpiece of visceral, authentic Hoodoo. With the authentic voice of a true Conjure woman, Starr Casas pulls no punches as she leads the reader on a frank and powerful journey through all aspects of Hoodoo love work.”
— Katrina Rasbold, author of Crossroads of Conjure, Energy Magic, and Uncrossing
“Containing never before published material, Hoodoo Your Love is another classic true Conjure book by Mama Starr Casas. She keeps the work true to its origins, returning to the roots of Conjure with tips, tricks, and works. From the proper Bible verses to use in a work to learning how to pray and create your petition, Mama Starr shares a lot of good knowledge. I learn something new every time I read the book.”
— Charity Bedell (Loona Wynd), co-author of The Good Witch’s Guide: A Modern-Day Wiccapedia of Magickal Ingredients and Spells (Volume 2)
“I always learn something new with Starr. In Hoodoo Your Love, she generously shares tips, tricks, and wisdom you won’t find anywhere else, rooted in her living experience and honoring her elders and ancestors.”
— Christopher Penczak, author of The Witch’s Heart
“Hoodoo in the southern United States has a legacy of using what was available in the local environment. Mama Starr Casas’s Hoodoo Your Love demonstrates that folk magic can be performed using materials many may consider mundane. Mama Starr’s voice places you on her front porch sipping coffee and listening to her advice and lore. A refreshing insightful look into the wisdom and workings of spiritual workers and their legacy of love working.”
— Tony Kail, cultural anthropologist and author of A Secret History of Memphis Hoodoo
“Hoodoo Your Love is filled with wisdom the internet will never teach you. Starr Casas is the conjure teacher that we all want and need, and this book is another session immersed in her wisdom. Her conversations about the many layers of love magic are hard truths that will help your love magic find wild success.”
— Jacki Smith, author of Coventry Magic, co-author of Do It Yourself Akashic Wisdom, and founder of Coventry Creations
“Mama Starr Casas is "old school." She was doing this work before it became all the rage and she knows what she's talking about. Her style is direct and evocative, and this book is hard to put down. Hoodoo Your Love is a valuable addition to any folk magic library.”
— H. Byron Ballard, author of Seasons of a Magical Life
“In her characteristic straight-talkin' style, Starr Casas delivers the lowdown on how to magically manage affairs of the heart. From hello to farewell, and every possibility in between, Hoodoo Your Love is filled with practical no-nonsense advice and conjure work geared toward all things love. It's a must-have for any lover's bookshelf!”
— Cairelle Crow, co-editor of Brigid’s Light