Sat, Jan 27|
1451 E Franklin Blvd
Rootwork and Hoodoo 101
This class will be an introduction to the history, culture and basics of the practice of Rootwork and Hoodoo. Aside from the above, some simple methods of solving real world problems will be explored.
Time & Location
Jan 27, 2024, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
1451 E Franklin Blvd, 1451 E Franklin Blvd, Gastonia, NC 28054, USA
About the event
About the presenter:
Papa Pimenta’s Rootwork
All items are handmade. All materials are ethically self-grown, mined, dug and wildcrafted whenever possible. No fillers, no talc, no cornstarch, no fluff. Always real with over 20 years of rootwork practice. We proudly support local and small businesses.
About Papa Pimenta:
Papa Pimenta is trained in the arts of traditional Southern Rootwork, Hoodoo, and Dowsing. He possesses a deep natural connection to earth energies. Much of his childhood was spent playing in the woods and mountains of Virginia. Having been always attracted to trees, plants, soils and stones the practice of rootwork is something he has done intuitively for his entire life. Later after formal training he opened his own small word-of-mouth practice. Several years of working as a psychic reader at a spiritual shop helped hone his divination skills. He has been a formally practicing rootworker for over 20 years.
Papa Pimenta practices the African traditional religions of Kimbanda, being a member of Nzo Kimbanda Exu Ventania y Pomba Gira Maria Mulambo. He also is a scratched (traditionally initiated priest) Tata Siete Rayos Nfinda Malongo Brillumba Yaya Congo Corama of the Munanso Wanga Nkisi Lucero paso Kalunga Vititi Congo Brillumba Nsala house of Palo Mayombe. He is also a graduate of the Hans Christian King Psychic Development School. Papa Pimenta has published several web-articles on The Mystic Cup blogsite dealing with rootwork, hoodoo, witchcraft and African Traditional Religions.
Papa Pimenta offers traditional divinations, mediumship work and spiritual consultation services by appointment only.
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Rootwork and Hoodoo 101Price$30.00Sale ended