Kindoki – Afefe Ogo

Kindoki  – Afefe OgoAfefe Ogo says “. . . true magical energy is derived from the individual witch’s creative process and their connection with those forces that they have developed relationships with.” In Kindoki the Witch will learn to wield potent methods that indeed foster such a connection with the ‘forces’ that have helped Magicians, Sorcerers, Witches and Shaman apply their magical energies for thousands of years.

Kindoki presents African methods to the Western occultist from a Left Hand Path perspective. For those who grew up reading obscure little booklets found in the corner botanical, to those who favor large ceremonial tombs, this text will bridge the gap by helping the true practitioner accomplish tasks in a simple but precise manner.

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Kindoki  – Afefe Ogo

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