When we hear of a voodoo witch, many of us imagine a witch who makes a rag doll with pins all over it, performing malicious ritual. That’s wrong. Voodoo is much more complex than that. Let’s learn more about the food for voodoo witches!
Some explanation first
Before delving into the magical world of voodoo witches and the kind of power, they follow to connect to their esoteric practice, let’s be clear about what Voodoo really is and how a voodoo witch works with this magical craft.
The first thing that almost everyone thinks about when talking about Voodoo is the famous “Voodoo dolls”.
It is something that has been falsely presented in films and TV series…
Voodoo is based on the worship of nature and ancestors, and on the belief that the living and the dead coexist side by side.
The world of the dead is superimposed on that of people and can be accessed through a series of spiritual intermediaries, which are also a link with god.
Voodoo believers have a simple concept of sin – they believe that one should always do good deeds and that one will be punished for bad ones.
Suggested voodoo witch foods
So what is the ideal diet for a voodoo witch?
Basically, a voodoo witch will follow more or less the same characteristics as the black witch even if, with respect to it, she aims even more at the sacrifices of animals, both small and large ones.
Therefore it is not a big problem eating meat and fish.
It is not that a voodoo witch is full of hatred towards the earth and animals but, simply, to implement her own magic, using sacrifices to connect with the afterlife is a must.
The main foods recommended for a voodoo witch
Meat must be on the list as it is used as a means, even sacrificial, to absorb the animal’s energy and as a sacrifice to be given to one’s ancestors and the dead.
Compared to the other types of witches who do not give much importance to drinks (except for the Wiccans during the Sabbath), a voodoo witch will prefer alcoholic beverages that give the possibility to become intoxicated, and connect with an open one’s mind, to the world that is otherwise invisible.
Spices are among the elements most used by voodoo witches, both in spells and in the kitchen.
They particularly like spicy flavors and powerful and strong spices, and they are also used to accentuate the senses and get away from the mundane life and get closer to the world of the dead and spirits also through the food brought to the table.
A voodoo witches’ ultimate goal is to get as close as possible to the unknown world of spirits and souls.
To do so, using all the help possible from the energy absorbed by the foods, spices, and drinks is a must.
This will help her amplify the senses and work on intuition, abandoning, at least for a while, everything that is concrete, tangible, and worldly. It is a critical step to focus on the afterlife finally and to make contact with spirits and their ancestors.
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