The quintessential hoodoo amulet goes by many different names: Mojo Bag, Hand, Root Bag, Conjure Pack, Toby, Jack, Package, and more. Derived from African traditions of using medicine bags and nkisi, the hoodoo hand is a very important practice and spirit ally for rootworkers. As you begin your path studying and practicing hoodoo, it is key to understand the mojo bag and its cousin, the spirit bottle, as powerful traditions.

If you’re feeling ready to put what you’ve learned into practice, click here if you’d like to find out how to make a mojo or here to learn what to put inside it to reach your goals.


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