Dose any one know how to make a home made voodoo doll?

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If you have a website on makeing voodoo dolls plz add a link.

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  1. You can use just about anything to make a doll. Traditionally, Voodooists have used what is indigenous to their area. For us in Louisiana, it’s a lot of moss used as stuffing, sticks from local trees to form a cross as a base for the doll which we wrap the moss around and cotton or other natural fabric wrapped around the base and moss to create a head and “clothes.” We often include a personal item of the individual we are trying to affect with the doll. We use the completed doll as a focusing tool to create positive changes in our lives and the lives of others in need of assistance.

  2. hahaha omg can i ask why u would want to voodoo somebody… sounds like a good story 🙂 well make a doll in the likeness… then add hair, nail clips, eye lashes etc. ummmm then burn it poke it break it… w/e u want done. but just remember… voodoo IS real… it IS real in africa… look it up, it can be dangerous stuff. and this isnt being superstitious… there are true stories on teh internet. i cant think of any off hand but google it. u may not want to after u read the stories.

  3. Voodoo is a powerful mystical practice that can bring spectacular gifts and rewards to anyone who believes, who is willing to place his destiny in the hands of loving spirits, who await the call of service.
    The Voodoo doll is used to represent the spirit of a specific person. You can address the doll as if you are talking to that person, requesting a change in attitude, influencing the person to act in accordance with your wishes, your desires.
    Once in possession of an authentic Voodoo doll, you can request the doll to call upon powerful forces known as Loa. You can perform a simple but effective ritual to fulfill a specific dream, an urgent desire. This timeless ceremony is carried out to persuade the spirits to exert their influence in this world
    Voodoo: Ancient Religion of Africa
    Voodoo means “Spirit of God.” It’s a system of beliefs originating in Africa. It is estimated that Voodoo has over fifty million followers worldwide. Voodoo flourishes in Brazil, Trinidad, Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti, New Orleans and in private homes in every country in the world.
    Voodoo believers accept the existence of one god. Below this almighty god, spirits (Loa) rule over the world’s affairs in matters of family, love, happiness, justice, wealth, revenge.
    Today, a significant percent of the population of New Orleans partake in Voodoo rituals. The practice of Voodoo involves the blessing of a Voodoo doll by an experienced practitioner which allows the possessor of the doll to contact the spirits directly – requesting fulfillment in love, finance, career, family matters, etc.
    We call upon these spirits from our hearts, summoning the gods, urging them to respond.
    For anyone who is searching for a solution to a difficult problem, who is trying to mend a conflict, return a lover, accumulate wealth… Loa awaits your call.
    Easy-to-follow instructions are included.
    Ask for the Voodoo Doll that best fills your need.

  4. Voodoo dolls, eh? Well, I guess it beats shooting up the Bible-study group. Nowadays you can get guaranteed-authentic voodoo paraphernalia from a host of entrepreneurs, many of them on-line. Trouble is–trouble from my standpoint, anyway–evidence suggests that, given the right circumstances, voodoo really may work. The medical literature includes several accounts of “voodoo deaths,” that is, people in seemingly good health, or at least not fatally ill, who died after being placed under some kind of hex. None of the accounts I saw specifically credited voodoo dolls, but it seems clear the essential ingredient isn’t a particular methodology or technique, such as obtaining a lock of the guy’s hair. Rather, the victim must believe wholeheartedly in the mystic power of whatever juju you’re attempting to put over on him, and so must everyone, without exception, in his social milieu. Call me cynical, but I don’t see how you’re going to pull this off with a voodoo doll kit you got on the Internet for $19.95.
    Voodoo death is the ultimate example of the nocebo effect (the opposite of the placebo effect): because you believe something can harm you, it does. Mainstream science remains skeptical that the nocebo effect can actually kill you, but one doctor (C.K. Meador, Southern Medical Journal, 1992) recounts two interesting cases. In the first, a poorly educated man was near death after being hexed by a local voodoo priest but recovered after his quick-thinking physician performed a convincing (although completely nonsensical) counterritual in which he seemed to cause the victim to vomit up a lizard. In the second case, a cancer patient was told that the disease had metastasized to his liver and he had only a short time to live. The despairing victim died a few months later, but an autopsy revealed that the diagnosis had been mistaken: he had only a two-centimeter nodule on his liver, not normally a tumor of lethal size. Conclusion #1: He died not from his cancer but from fear. Conclusion #2: If you really want to scare somebody to death, forget the local hoodoo artist and bring in an M.D.
    Hm, you’re thinking dejectedly, guess we’re back to shooting up the Bible-study group. No, no, that’s not what I meant to suggest at all. We merely need to understand the limits of voodoo in this day and age. (And yes, I realize that voodoo, properly speaking, is a religion, and that rituals involving dolls and whatnot are merely among its tawdrier manifestations. Listen, we’re talking about high school revenge fantasies here, not metaphysics.) Sudden death, mysterious crippling ailments? Probably not gonna happen, as a result of voodoo anyway. (The cafeteria is another story.) Creep out your enemies? Sure.
    Let’s see what we can find on the Internet. Here’s one from Phoenix One Enterprises. “Voodoo Doll. Important: This is not a toy. You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase this voodoo doll kit.” Well, maybe you can get a fake ID. The kit includes “doll with the same skin color, sex, and hair color as your target,” ten “special power needles,” a ritual spirit candle, and complete instructions. All you need to do is send $34.95 plus $10.00 shipping and handling to–wait a second. No disrespect, but I refuse to believe that a truly potent voodoo doll can be had from an enterprise located in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
    Ah, here’s an outfit called voodooking.com in Metairie, Louisiana–close to New Orleans, which is the center of modern commercial voodoo, and once the stomping grounds, so to speak, of former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke, truly a combination to instill the fear of God. Voodooking voodoo dolls, it says here, are “the Perfect Antidote for ALL High-Quality Gift Ideas!” Couldn’t have said it better myself. Let’s see, we’ve got the Rope Doll, the Palmetto Doll, and . . . goodness, the Vagina Doll. “Once you activate the effective Vagina Doll you will have to cope with a wild woman! In our humble opinion this can be very beneficial. Warning: Be sure you have plenty of rest and eaten all your vegetables prior to activating this remarkable doll.” And make sure you’ve got an ample supply of Viagra too.
    Yes, Voodoo dolls do work!! But it is you as the practitioner who “works” the doll or any other focusing tool. Voodoo Authentica suggests that you order a full Voodoo Ritual Kit, instead of a doll on its own, so that you may familiarize yourself with some magickal basics that are included in the kit’s instructions. It is highly recommend that you read the book Jambalaya by Voodoo Priestess Luisah Teish, in order to gain a better understanding of what focusing tools, such as dolls, are used for and how they are used.
    Voodoo Authentica offers a selection of 60+ authentic Voodoo dolls with instructions. Each doll is made by local New Orleans Artists, Spiritualists, Healers and/or Voodoo Practitioners. Each of these individuals has been sought out because of the time, love, energy and care which they put into the creation of each and every unique item. If you follow the instructions that come with each doll, you and the dolls will work your magick together. Enjoy the collection

  5. For The guy named poormigalito: the victim does not need to believe in voodoo dolls for it to work, neither is the power of suggestion as some people say.
    Voodoo dolls is a mystical tool where one can call upon powerful unearthly forces like spirits to create great changes like hexing someone or blessing someone i myself have a voodoo doll and i could affect someones relationship without them believing in voodoo and all that stuff

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