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Readings at the Crossroads !!Madame Nadia, Conjure Man Ali ,Pro: Porterfield

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 Join us as we meet at the crossroads to divine for our listeners!

 

ConjureMan Ali, also known to some as Dr. Raven, is a traditional conjurer and magus--a practitioner of old world sorceries and new world magicks. He works within the grimoire tradition along with its Middle Eastern counterparts and is a professional rootworker. A graduate of catherine yronwode's Hoodoo and Rootwork Correspondence Course, he's a spiritual practitioner who reads and performs rootwork on behalf of clients and is an accredited and reputable member of the Association of Independent Readers and Rootworkers. A Tata in the tradition of Quimbanda, his approach to the occult and magick is scholarly and practical with an emphasis on classical occult education combined with real-world practice. He is a diviner, an astrologer, a geomancer, cartomancer, and a dreamer. If you are interested in learning more about him or the services he offers go to www.conjuremanali.com

Madame Nadia is an enchantress, a hereditary diviner, and a writer and filmmaker with flare for all things beautiful, glamorous, and artistic. She was born in Eastern Europe, raised in the Middle East, and currently resides with her family in the Midwest. An intuitive healer, and a trained Usui Reiki practitioner, Madame Nadia’s magical experience is also firmly grounded in concrete knowledge of several magico-religious traditions with ancient roots

Professor C. D. Porterfield, and hoodoo is my business. Originally from Boyd, Texas, I currently live in Denton, Texas where it is my honor and privilege to offer consultative, prescriptional, and divinational work through hoodoo and conjure. I am a father, husband, grandfather,

 

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