[quote=“Brutus, post:1, topic:684”]Stumbled upon his website and among other things, he is offering instruction and initiation into the voodoo system. I believe only 10 people can study with him at a time. There are several courses but the main one is 3 years long and can be studied online, through one on one skype sessions. The course also requires the student to travel overseas to USA and/or Haiti for initiations and rituals etc.
Check it out if your interested, though $25,000 over a 3 year period may be a bit expensive for most… or maybe a sound investment for others…???
EA’s $300-$500 per course isn’t looking too bad now eh?
Don’t forget he wrote that book with E.A. So he could “set the record straight”, and he goes on about this in the intro. I thought this was inane banter, until I discovered there are ignorant people who couldn’t follow his directions for rituals and then claim he’s a fraud. Then I went to his website and saw that most of what he’s offering is geared toward people who are non occult oriented and it’s “fluffed” up to look like something commercial that people (who can’t do their own spells) will buy.
Now, I’m by no means insulting him, he’s got a reputation in circles who interact with him as a hardcore sorcerer who works with some of the most fearsome spirits. But everyone has to make a living, and this is the result of how he makes his.
Keep in mind there are a lot of people who pay for vodou initiations of various sorts that already cost in the thousands. There are people on sites like this one that have told me they have paid thousands of dollars as part of being initiated. And as much as I decry this, it is essential to the system. The spirits of this religion do nothing without pay, and the priest is required to get payment for things done. It is tradition in some ways.
That, and it’s better money than paying the Reiki Alliance $10,000 dollars for the reiki master certification (not including travel/room/board that may be associated with the learning or the costs of the two prior levels).
Money spent either with E.A. Or DePrince is probably well spent in comparison to what you’d pay others for these operations. In one case on a private forum I was administering, an individual came to us to learn magick after spending almost $10,000 over a period of a year for a practitioner to cast spells that didn’t even accomplish their end goal from someone they thought was reputable who lived by them.
I try to tell people how lucky they are, there are people who peddle books on black magick that are just rehashing of spells some black some white. Sometimes they teach people how to do powerful magick, but you’d be better off purchasing one of E.A.'s books for similar prices, and at least that way you’d understand what you were doing, the risks, and the correct way to do it, and most probably the how and why for all those questions.
Edit: There just is no comparison, if casting black magick could be compared to firing a gun, the person doing it would have to teach themselves how to put the gun together correctly so it worked and didn’t blow up in their face. If they had someone teach them, they better pay the right person, who’s credible, and operates openly. Going to a site like De Prince’s or Koetting’s is like going to a gun store/smith and asking for help. Going to a random place on the internet to learn this, is a bit like going into a dark alley with a stranger and having him show you how to do it.
The choice is clear, I’ve paid for both (in my times of need) and I know what I’m talking about. I heard people here griping about price, if you needed an abortion, would you go into a dark alley and let a stranger with a coat hanger do it for a better price, or would you go to a clean sterile place where you’re safe and you know what to expect?
Best of Luck