Just as certain powders have significance and power in African religions, so too do they play an important role in working the roots. Rootworkers discovered how to use all sorts of natural materials in powdered form from herbs and roots and mushrooms to metals to animal bones. These different types of powder and dust have been used for centuries to bring luck or protection, to make mojos and hands, and to cross somebody through their footprints.


 

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