Professor Charles Porterfield
Shalom aleichem, and welcome. I am Professor Charles Porterfield, and hoodoo is my business. I am a no-nonsense, old-school, reader, and rootworker. As an ethical, justified, Old Testament worker, I pull no punches, and won’t candy coat the facts. I offer you the truth at a reasonable cost; if you want lies that’ll cost you extra. If I don’t know how to, or cannot help you, I will refer you to another worker so that you will be able to work with knowledgeable, trusted, and gifted folks. My work includes Biblical and Psalmic magic as well as prescriptions, rootwork consultations, intuitive, pendulum, tarot card, and Bible divinations, custom-made mojo bags, candle work, spiritual cleansings, laying tricks and work for conditions, interpreting signs and dreams, magical coaching, giving out lucky numbers, and good, old-fashioned, plain sense advice. I have a gift for making charms and lamps and can instruct you in their use for the particular conditions that you are experiencing. I will also go to the graveyard or the crossroads for my clients.
I have presented at, and been the Master of Ceremonies at MISC's annual Hoodoo Heritage Festival and have had my work published in The Black Folder: Personal Communications on the Mastery of Hoodoo. I am also the co-author of Hoodoo Bible Magic: Sacred Secrets of Spiritual Sorcery, and author of A Deck of Spells: Hoodoo Playing Card Magic in Rootwork and Conjure and The Sporting Life: How to Help Yourself with Hoodoo from the Streets to the Sheets. It is my honour and privilege to write, teach, and lecture on hoodoo, conjure, rootwork, and Judaism to help preserve and pass on the roots of our work.
Do you need plain, old fashioned, Old Testament help? Have you wound up tied up, rooted down, heart bound, or turned around?
A natural man gifted for the work, Professor Porterfield has the abilities to listen close, see through to the center, and act when and where needed. Specializing in helping men, directly or through their loved ones, with all manner of needs regardless of age, race, or sexual orientation.
"I can, and will, put the rooster back in the yard."
"Never forget that 'From the Root to the Fruit' you can accomplish your goals if you are willing to work hard, learn, and tend what you plant. Be strong, and let your heart take courage, all you who wait for the Lord!"