Mark of Voodoo by Sharon Caulder
Awakening to My African Spiritual Heritage

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In mid-life, Sharon Caulder left her successful physical therapy practice in New York to find her soul among the Voodoo people in Benin, West Africa. MARK OF VOODOO is the story of her contact with this mystical religion - including her initiation into the spiritual hierarchy as a full-fledged chief and her subsequent marriage to the Supreme Chief. Dr. Caulder speaks candidly about karma, evolution, tantric sexual systems, sacrifice, and spirit possession.

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Born and raised in the United States, Sharon Caulder is an African Voodoo chief and holds a Ph.D. in Mythology and Depth Psychology. She has also earned professional credentials in physical therapy, psychology, and neuroscience. Currently she maintains a spiritual healing practice in Oakland, California, where she receives clients from throughout the U.S. and the world. She works with people with conditions that range from the physical (such as cancer) to the psychological (such as schizophrenia), including eating disorders, addictions, and spiritual crises.
Published January 8, 2002 by Llewellyn Publications. 456 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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This book documents Caulder's pilgrimage to uncover Vodou's roots in the West African coastal areas of the Republic of Benin, and there to clarify her role as a Vodou (which she calls "Voodoo") leader.

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