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Portrait Series: James Stewart // Hoodoo, Rootworker, and Tarot // Conjure Cleaning

In this interview James and I discuss his 11 year Hoodoo Practice and the history of Hoodoo. We also dive into what root work is and how he combines Tarot to find messages from the ancestors for his clients. Check him and his story out below!

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ABOUT JAMES STEWART

I was born and raised in Durham, North Carolina. I grew up down a dirt road, in a very Christian home where spirituality was (and still is) almost tangible. Our parents instilled in us a deep appreciation and love of God. As I grew up I began to delve into other waters of spirituality. I initially studied and practiced paganism for a few years. While I liked the feeling of having a different conversation with the divine, something didn’t quite fit. It wasn’t until I discovered Hoodoo around age 18 that I began to feel more alignment with my spiritual path and a connection to my ancestors.

That’s not to say that I didn’t have some figuring out to do along the way. It wasn’t until 22 that I became consistent with my practice. Through the help various teachers, books, and my ancestors, I began to piece together methods of healing, cleansing, protectio, and manifesting my goals. That was around the same time that I started professional home cleaning as a side job. Spirit eventually led me to combine both my spiritual practices with my love of transforming someone’s space. Thus, Conjure Cleaning was born.

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