|About the Book|
Gumbo Ya Ya #4 contains the following articles: Haunted Stories of the LaLaurie Mansion by Alyne Pustanio, explores unexplained footsteps, disembodied voices, and unexplained movements in the Mansion where the notorious Marie Delphine MacartyMoreGumbo Ya Ya #4 contains the following articles: Haunted Stories of the LaLaurie Mansion by Alyne Pustanio, explores unexplained footsteps, disembodied voices, and unexplained movements in the Mansion where the notorious Marie Delphine Macarty Lalaurie resided- St. Nicolas the Wonderworker and Bringer of Gifts by Denise Alvarado explores the life of the real Santa Claus including suggestions for working with him in the context of Southern Conjure- Simple Money Tea and New Years protection Bottle by Madrina Angelique, a recipe for drawing money and a bottle spell for reeling in the New Years in a good way- Ancient Milkshake Love Spell (humor) by Carolina Dean, a humorous take on using the milkshake as a spell to draw love- How to Make Black Witchs Salt by Denise Alvarado, explains how to make your own Black Witchs Salt from scratch including a number of spells in which black salt is used- and Talking to Mi Abuela by Oskar Doc Mojo Yetzirah. Gumbo Ya Ya is the Conjure Art-zine published by www.creolemoon.com. In each issue, you will find different information about New Orleans-style conjure, Texas Conjure and Southern Hoodoo in general. Yes, there may be a few things from the old grimoires or something else off the beaten path, but hey, thats called creative license. The purpose of the publication is to get folks talking and thinking, thinking and talking-all at the same time-you know, a gumbo ya ya! Be sure to check out Gumbo Ya Ya #3 and #5 as well!