• Voodoo: The Secrets of Voodoo from Beginner to Expert

  • Everything You Need to Know About Voodoo Religion, Rituals, and Casting Spells
  • By: Issendai Bechau
  • Narrated by: Jim D. Johnston
  • Length: 40 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (180 ratings)

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Voodoo: The Secrets of Voodoo from Beginner to Expert

By: Issendai Bechau
Narrated by: Jim D. Johnston
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Publisher's Summary

Most people have heard of voodoo before, but if you think it only has to do with sticking pins into cursed dolls for the purpose of inflicting pain onto your enemies, you couldn’t be further from the truth.

Voodoo, or vodou as it is traditionally referred to, is a modern-day take on an ancient Haitian religion developed by African-Caribbean slave workers on island plantations during the period of French slavery. Apart from simply being just a religion, voodoo is actually an entire way of life centered around an immense respect for one's elders. This respect is further expanded towards life philosophies and spirituality, and even extends into the realm of a great respect for nature.

This audiobook is designed to introduce you to the very essence of voodoo. After you have prepared yourself both mentally and physically to perform voodoo spells and rituals, you will learn how to put into practice a very basic voodoo spell and protection charm.

While you're going through this audiobook, it's important to keep in mind that within the practice of voodoo, everyone is part of the same order. So with a little bit of hard work and dedication, you too can master the art of voodoo and reap the countless benefits that come with it.

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Interesting 🤔

I always thought Voodoo was a dark practice because of the mystery that surrounds it. I'm actually surprised how similar my own spiritual practices and beliefs are to this religion. For a curiosity seeker like myself, this book's perfect. For someone actually wanting enough information to practice, there's probably a more in-depth guide out there. Overall, I'm happy with my purchase.

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Very Informative

I have just t recently become interested in the Voodoo. This was a great intro.

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Don't waste your money.

Basic book, saying Voodoo is light years ahead of you. 30 minute Audiobook wasn't worth the time. No real knowledge other than find a local Voodoo priest if you want to practice Voodoo.

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Narrator constantly whistles the S's

The book itself is great! But I couldn't keep listening past chapter 2 because the narrator whistles every single S said. So irritating. can't believe they would release it with this narrator. Then pronounced Santeria. Sanna-terria then calls the Lwas L-was

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Not as Advertised

Billed as "All you need to know," contains less useful info than a Google search.

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Ehhh...okay!

I expected something else when I chose this audio book, it was slightly underwhelming. But a few nuggets are inside the listen.

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Story was short.

Another short story for a full book credit. If the story is short, it should be half credit. I am not getting my money's worth at this rate. Book itself was great.

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Good information, inappropriately titled

this was a nice book to become familiar with the concepts of Voodoo/Voudon. That being said, this book in no way takes you from being a beginner to an expert nor does it tell you everything you need to know.

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excellent

short, sweet and to the point. Great short introduction to Voodoo! I'll listen several more times I'm sure!

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Very Good forbeginners

The book explains very well the meaning of voodoo and the basics of getting started.

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Had to stop listening. I will buy the hard copy.

I did my best to listen to this but the narrator has an irritating whistle to his speech which I just couldn't continue to listen to. So, I sadly can't comment on the book itself, only the narrator. Wjen I've read the paperback I will be able to review the book. It made a good start, giving the historical background of Voodoo,and I am keen to read more.