The mojo bag is a famous and powerful hoodoo tradition, but it’s not an easy technique. Some say that only the most seasoned rootworkers know how to truly bring to life and tie a hoodoo hand, but the only way to really learn and develop those skills is to practice, experiment, and grow! I hope that these basic tutorials will help you get started with exploring how to make and use your own hands in different ways – from the classic mojo bag to Congo-based spirit bottles.

If you’re looking for which ingredients to use for making your mojo bags, check out the recipes that I’ve added in the Book of Roots in both traditional Southern black belt and urban hoodoo styles.


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