A collection of ConjureMan Ali's thoughts about magic, the occult, and spirituality.

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Join Me On Candelo's Corner Podcast

I'll be a guest on Candelo's Corner this Monday the 27th where my colleague, Dr. E and I will be joining Candelo to combine forces and provide free spiritual readings for people. For the first time on radio, three different divination styles from the Congo will be used to provide readings for callers. If you are interested in Kimbanda, Palo, or Hoodoo you don't want to miss this show. It is going to be a Congo sorcery power hour.

Be sure to join me in the chat where we can hang out, or call in for a free reading. The show starts at 5pm pacific time.  Candelo's Corner is on every Monday from 5-7pm Pacific or 8-10pm Eastern time via blogtalkradio. It is one of the first and longest running radio shows about Palo, the ATRs and is an amazing resource for anyone interested in those topics.

Check out the website for Candelo's Corner here

and be sure to join us this Monday here


Sunday, August 19, 2012

Be sure to pick up At the Crossroads

If you haven't already done so, be sure to pick up Scarlet Imprint's latest anthology, At the Crossroads. In addition to having an essay by yours truly, it has a great collection of some of the notables of the occult world.

This book truly represents the future of magic in the West as practitioners from both old world traditions and diaspora meet and conjure side-by-side. Whether you are interested in the African Diasporic Traditions or the sorceries of the Goetia and the grimoires, this book has something for you. It promises to be eye-opening and insightful and from what I've read so far, it delivers.

It was at the crossroads that many of the traditions discussed worked their magic and so it is with At the Crossroads that magic once more is taking place.

Monday, August 13, 2012

Check out this awesome blog

My good friend and colleague from AIRR, Khi Armand has started a new blog. Khi is a talented root doctor, shaman, and reader. I intend to follow his blog with interest and know that much can be learned from what he posts and encourage others to check out his blog.

Check out his blog here: Conjure in the City