The Modern Art of Brujería: A Beginner's Guide to Spellcraft, Medicine Making, and Other Traditions of the Global South (Hardcover)

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Delve into the world of witchcraft, communicate with your ancestors, and perform spiritual cleansings while celebrating culture and tradition. 

This is not your abuela’s brujería. This modern take on traditional witchcraft will introduce newcomers to the unique and vibrant traditions of magical practice. Drawing inspiration from Latin American and Afro-Caribbean regions, The Modern Art of Brujería takes readers on a journey through spirituality. Touching on historical colonial impact, this book offers new approaches to practicing traditional magic that support and uplift cultures that were once oppressed for their beliefs. Inside you’ll find:  
  • Tips for ancestral communication
  • Instruction for limpias or spiritual cleansings
  • Different types of candle magic
  • And much more!  

 Let The Modern Art of Brujería be your guidebook as you delve into the complex world of witchcraft.

About the Author


Lou Florez is an author, diviner, lecturer, artist, witch, ceremonialist, and medicine-maker who has studied with indigenous elders and communities throughout the globe. Lou grounds his teachings and practice in the idea that connectedness to ourselves and our physical, emotional, spiritual, and environmental landscapes is a fundamental necessity for any long-lasting change to occur.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781646043194
ISBN-10: 1646043197
Publisher: Ulysses Press
Publication Date: May 31st, 2022
Pages: 192
Language: English

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