I visited New Orleans last year and paid my respects at the tomb of Marie Laveau, known as the Widow Paris in New Orleans, in St. Louis Cemetery No. 1. It was a life-changing experience. Before entering the gates, I felt inadequate and unworthy. I left feeling full, complete, confident, blessed, and empowered. Not everyone is lucky enough to be able to visit New Orleans in their life or able to travel so far. So, I crafted this oil so that you can call on the Spirit of Marie Laveau and feel her blessings anywhere, anytime. Whether your need is love, healing, psychic abilities, or just enhancing your personal power, this oil can assist you in your rituals, workings, and goals.
This oil is crafted with clear jojoba oil, red brick dust, Graveyard Dirt, Oakmoss, and other secrets, and is fragranced with high quality Oakmoss essential oil, sweetgrass, and other oils I specifically chose to honor Mademoiselle Laveau. It smells rich, dark, sweet, and mysterious. The same way I feel when I feel connected with her.
Use to anoint mojo bags, paquets, poppets, candles, and more. You can even wear these as a fragrance.
Add a few drops to an oil burner or wax lamp. My oils make an excellent aromatherapy tool for meditating on your goals and desires. The oil you receive will be made especially for you when you order.
Many of the formulas that I use are old traditional Hoodoo condition oil recipes, some even very rare with hard-to-find ingredients, and some are my own formula, blended according to the carefully researched metaphysical properties of the herbs and roots. I study and practice Hoodoo and New Orleans Voodoo, and have collected hundreds of oil recipes from various sources over the years.
A little about Marie Laveau:
Marie Laveau was a healer, a powerful Voodoo Queen, and although she is not officially recognized as a Saint by the Catholic Church, she is still a Saint in the hearts of thousands of devotees worldwide. Her kindness and her gifts make her the most powerful, remembered, respected, loved, and probably most famous witch in history. She is known for healing, blessing, purification, help with legal matters, matters of the heart, and being able to fix the most impossible situations. She was a woman of great personal power and talent.
Some in New Orleans say that it cannot be determined for a certainty whether she is actually buried in this particular tomb in St. Louis Cemetery No.1, but I think that is something everyone has to decide for themselves. And I feel that the place you pay your respects or call upon her don't matter as much as the action itself and the purity in your heart.
I would highly recommend reading more about Marie Laveau and her life, as she was a truly remarkable woman. And you cannot believe everything you see on television shows about Marie Laveau, Voodoo, or witches in general. So I highly recommend researching the facts about Marie Laveau and her works from a reputable source, not just the internet. There are many fine and educational books out there on the subject, but beware of those that are less than legitimate or claim to be the only true resource or those just for entertainment purposes. Connect with her, and come to your own conclusions.