Hoodoo developed as a tool for survival during slavery and as a way to take back agency and control where none was given. Just like John the Conqueror, many enslaved rootworkers found creative ways to outsmart, trick, and bend their masters to protect themselves and their families. Domination work within hoodoo is as old as the whole tradition itself, and it’s still a necessity in today’s world. See tutorials below that include both Southern black belt and modern ways to put the roots on someone for domination.


 

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