10 Facts You Never Knew About Voodoo
Voodoo ceremonies are the one form of spooky magic that tends to conjure up ideas of spells and rituals being performed in the middle of the night. Voodoo has its history firmly rooted within Western Africa, and transferred to the southern parts of the United States, specifically in Louisiana, during the slave trade period. Generally, most people think of voodoo as creating dolls to puncture with needles and performing the dark arts. But in reality it is so much more than that. Here are ten true facts you need to know about voodoo.
Voodoo is known for being a spiritual expression that combines African religion with animism and spiritism. Often times, shamanism and witchcraft are tossed into the inner workings of voodoo.
Those who practice voodoo are known for believing in two worlds: the visible world and the invisible. Death is said to separate us from the invisible world, which is where our deceased ancestors watch over everything.