Denise Alvarado

Denise Alvarado

Biography:

Denise Alvarado is a New Orleans-born, native Creole raised in the Voodoo and hoodoo rich culture of New Orleans, Louisiana. She has studied indigenous healing traditions from a personal, professional and academic perspective for over four decades. She is the author of numerous books about southern conjure, including the Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook, Workin' in da Boneyard, and the first Hoodoo magazine - Hoodoo and Conjure. Her provocative artwork has been featured on National Geographic's Taboo, The Originals, Blue Bloods as well as in several books by other authors. She is a rootworker in the Louisiana Hoodoo tradition, a spiritual artist, and teacher of southern conjure at Crossroads University.

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  • Alternative Banking / Voodoo & Marie Laveau

    Ellen Brown discussed public banking and financial reform. Followed by Denise Alvarado on Voodoo and the life of Marie Laveau.More »
  • Spiritual Warfare/ Creole Voodoo

    In the first half, Dr. Robert Bennett spoke about his research into spirituality, demon possession, spiritual warfare, exorcism, and paranormal phenomena & lore. He spent time studying local religions on the island of Madagascar, and found that many people there are "worshiping...More »

Last Night

Egyptian Pharaohs / Consciousness & Psychic Energy
Egyptian Pharaohs / Consciousness & Psychic Energy
Egyptologist and author Kara Cooney discussed the ancient Egyptian pharaohs and their dynastic rules. Followed by remote viewer and energy healer Nancy du Tertre on the state of human consciousness during the pandemic.
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