James Duvalier

author, spiritual counselor & paranormal researcher


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Saint John’s Eve

Saint John the Baptist Icon

Saint John’s Eve, so called because it is the evening before the feast of St. John the Baptist, is a notorious night for performing all sorts of magic from many European and Afro Caribbean traditions. The origins of this observance lay in ancient Pagan traditions that regarded the summer solstice (June 21-22) as sacred and magical since it is the shortest of the year. In Christian times the observance came to be known as Saint John’s Eve…
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Saint John’s Night Story

Saint John the Baptist- Saint John's Eve

It is my pleasure to repost an article that I wrote last year that outlines the history, traditions and practices of this most magical of nights – Saint John’s Night story.  I am now taking orders for work to be done on the Feast of St. John, so if you are interested in having an offering made of a spell cast please do not hesitate to contact me.  Thank you for taking the time to check out…
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