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SPIRIT BOTTLE SPELLS
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A ghost or spirit is bound
within each Zombie Spirit Bottle having been captured by use
of a hoodoo ritual spell known only to Bianca, the powerful
New Orleans Voodoo Queen. Often a bottle will contain more
than one spirit, but all are compelled to do your bidding
alone: once in your possession, it will aid you alone and
only you will control the Zombie spirit residing within the
Bianca makes no claims as to the Zombie Spirit Bottle dolls
actually granting wishes but does acknowledge that strange
things have been known to happen when one is in possession
of one of these unique fetishes. The uses of the Zombie Spirit
Bottles is as varied as the imagination of the owner, though
many people like to place them beside their front door to
protect their homes against evil; others are kept in a special
place on the mantle where they function is similar to that
of the house elemental: they will aggressively protect any
they are commanded to serve. Others are given special spots
on home altars where they are regularly fed with spicy meals
and rum, and where money is offered to them. Still others
are simply kept as Voodoo collectibles.
Many ghost hunters and paranormal investigators have purchased
or obtained Voodoo Spirit Bottles for themselves and have
subjected the bottles to study to determine if there is something
paranormal about them. But as Bianca says, the actual truth
of voodoo is in believing and many agree that a strong belief
is all that is required to receive the aid of the spirits
inside the bottle. Many believers claim the spirits inside
speak or sigh and that strange, inexplicable events of bad
luck can occur when the spirits feel neglected or unhappy.
Zombie Spirit Bottles can be kept for years, however, many
people claim they know when their spirit wants to be set free
of servitude. When this time comes, Bianca claims, you will
know immediately and it is then that the bottle should be
taken out of the home and broken, with the pieces buried at
the nearest crossroad or, alternately, in a newly covered
grave in any nearby cemetery.
Each Zombie Spirit Bottle is a one of a kind creation and
may vary in size, design, and composition; all roughly measure
10-20 inches in height and can weigh up to 10 lbs.
Zombie Spirit Bottles are ritually prepared and then given
to an artist to embellish after his or her own unique fashion.
This means that each bottle is not only a Voodoo curio but
also a desirable and very collectible example of New Orleans
folk art. No two bottles are the same and no matter what style
you choose you will not be disappointed with the creation
So is now the time to welcome your very own Zombie Spirit
Bottle into your home? Purchase one today and see what can
happen…if you dare!
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YOUR HANDS ON A GENUINE SPIRIT BOTTLE AND FEEL THE MOJO MOVE
Spirit bottles and spells have been preserved in many cultures
and traditions, but most of what we know about them comes
to us from the practice of the hoodoo root workers and conjurers
who plied their trade years ago throughout the rural South
and parts of the American heartland.
Most of the hoodoo man’s “prescriptions”
for repelling evil involved the use of visual objects of one
kind or another. It was not uncommon to find rocks, wire fencing
and even old tires arranged in specific designs meant to serve
the dual purpose of attracting fortune and keeping bad luck
and evil away.
The most intriguing of these hoodoo artifacts are now rarely
seen though they were once a staple part of the Southern landscape:
this is the spirit bottle tree.
The belief in and use of spirit bottles can be traced back
to 9th and 10th century Congo where colorful bottles, traditionally
cobalt blue, were placed on the ends of tree branches to catch
the sunlight. It was thought that when an evil spirit sees
the sunshine dazzling from the beautiful bottles, it is enamored
and enters the bottle. Like a fly, the spirit then becomes
trapped within the bottle; too dazzled by the play of light,
the spirit prefers to remain in its colorful prison, rather
than trouble the world of the living.
This long-standing African tradition was brought to the Americas
with the slave diasporas of the 17th and 18th centuries and
it is a fact that everywhere there are peoples of African
descent, the use of spirit bottles and spirit bottle spells
can be found among them.
In Dahomey as well as in the Congo the spirit bottles were
often used to encase the spirit of deceased loved ones; bottles
also might be used to contain protective household spirits.
These latter spirits, once encased in the bottle, would be
placed in a prominent spot near the front door of the home
where, in exchange for their protection, the keepers would
make regular offerings to keep the spirit fed and happy.
Once it was introduced to the West, the native peoples of
the New World readily understood and adapted the spirit bottle
practice producing many different varieties for a myriad of
In Haiti, the African tradition of warding off evil was adapted
to trapping the spiritual essence of everything from an animal
to a love object inside the bottle. Once trapped inside, it
was believed, the spirit was at the command of the keeper
– in many instances a Bokor voodoo priest intent on
doing harm, but just as often a spirit bottle might be kept
by an amorous suitor eager to make a certain loved one cleave
only to him or her.
Throughout Latin America the spirit bottle or charm bottle
could be easily recognized by the elaborate painting and artwork
that often decorated the exterior. Some of these bottles,
dedicated to saints or Santerian orishas, were kept for the
purposes of healing as well as good fortune and often medicinal
herbs and philters were kept in these containers. It was commonly
believed that the spirit in the bottle would enhance the efficacy
of the medicine and help speed the recovery to the keeper.
In the American South, local conjurers employed bottles of
many different colors; though cobalt blue traditionally remained
the most popular other colors, such as amber, rose and yellow
were also used for specific purposes. Often elaborate carved
stoppers, reminiscent of the protective ancestor bottles of
the African Congo, were placed on the hoodoo man’s conjure
bottles with each color addressing a specific request or need
of the client.
In the Mid-Atlantic States and New England the spirit bottle
was familiar as the “witch bottle” and served
the similar purpose of warding off evil spirits, in this case
the witch and his or her dangerous evil eye. Philters were
often stored in charm bottles to enhance the potency of the
medicine but also to keep witches from tampering with it.
Tradition also dictated that some bottles be encased in elaborate
twined knots which, it was believed, the intruding witch could
not resist unraveling, thus forgetting all about the potion
New Orleans own Zombie Spirit bottles also had negative connotations
among certain rural populations where many feared being trapped
by in a bottle by the hoodoo man to be perpetually under his
command; bottles such as these were a fearful discovery on
many doorsteps, including many a porch stoop in old New Orleans.
Here, the multiple traditions of the spirit bottles combined
in a unique expression of local beliefs and practices. Marie
Laveau often distributed her potions and cures in magically
charged bottles; only a few genuine examples of her Zombie
spirit bottles are extant today and are extremely expensive
collectibles. More common are the homemade bottles of Marie
Laveau’s devotees and of the local Cajun traiteurs:
it is not uncommon to find these antique examples of local
vodoun culture hidden with other significant objects under
floorboards or behind bricks in many of the old Creole cottages
in and around New Orleans.
Today, the spirit, zombie and spell bottle traditions are
being kept alive by the descendants of the original practitioners
of the vodoun culture in New Orleans, many of whom learned
the art of making and charging the powerful bottles from relatives
who were contemporaries of the great New Orleans Voodoo Queens.
Plain, painted, decorated with elaborate voodoo doll heads
and arms or with simple feathers and strings, all are equally
as potent and should be handled with care. But if treated
correctly, these unique voodoo artifacts will become treasured
possessions of any collector.
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