Which is coolest: Book of the Dead? Book of Shadows? a Voodoo Grimoire?

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Which of these sacred books is the coolest and most powerful for spell casting?
The Egyptian Book of the Dead? (I hear it can bring the dead back to life)
The Tibetan Book of the Dead? (I’m not too familiar w/ this one just recall the name)
The Book of Shadows? (Ok I think this is just where a Witch writes her spells)
Most importantly: is there a sacred book of the Voodoo religion? If yes what is it called? (Oh and I’m sorry I forgot the differences between Voodoo and Hoodun but if there’s one for Hoodoo/Hoodun too I’d like to know)
Thanks! =)

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There’s no “the” Book of Shadows. That’s just a personal grimoire.


I saw the Egyptian Book of the Dead at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto…I must say it was quite impressive, so I think Im torn between that and the Book of Shadows (as it itself can be a work of art)

Bella Frost

Book of the Dead.
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You should try reading some Koetting. He also provides some info on Voudon.


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