The Truth About Voodoo
For centuries, Voodoo has been viewed as occulted black magic, associated with Satanism. Today, the term Voodoo is commonly used to describe something unknowable, dark, or mysterious. In America, Voodoo is no longer seen as a religion, nor respected like a more prominent religion would be.
A vast majority of people in America have two views on Voodoo, they either have no idea what it is, or they're completely horrified by its mere mention. I've been a Voodooist for a little while now, and as I started to follow Voodoo, I noticed things I never did before. I picked up on how Voodoo is commonly distorted through various medias, that I originally never gave a second thought to. I observed how Voodoo was often used for profit, and not out of genuine passion or interest in the religion. I have learned so much as a Voodooist, and I want to share what I've learned with others.
This book is made with no intention to attempt to convert anyone to Voodoo, I would never do something like that. This book exists only to educate people who are interested in Voodoo about various means of the religion, such as possession, Petro and Rada Loa, the Loa themselves, and the afterlife, just to name a few.