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Thesaurus for voodoo

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for voodoo

My other answer to everything.
Peson: How... did you get up there?
Me: Magic
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Person: HOW THE HELL DID YOU FIND THAT?
Me: Magic
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Teacher: How did you get a perfect score on the test? You're either sleeping or talking in class and you've never ONCE done your homework.
Me: Magic.
Teacher:...
Me: What did you want me to say? Brain steroids??
by Violetownz January 17, 2008
461 138
Witchcraft is the practise of any Magickal Art from any religious or spiritual system, regardless of alignment or intent.

This can include the very diverse and even opposing forces of the religious doctrines of Wicca, Druidism, many sects of Hinduism, Sufism(a branch of Islam), Asatru, Satanism; Also included could be certain rites and practices of the Golden Dawn, Ordo Templi Orientis, Temple of Set, Freemasonry and the Roman Catholic Church (see Transmutation of the Holy Eucharist).

When the Roman Catholic Church was in control of Europe, simply being accused of Witchcraft was enough to have you summarily executed on the charge of Heresy. This Witch-Craze spilled over into Protestant territories in Europe and even into the United States for a brief period. In Europe, it was quite common for Roman Catholics to accuse Protestants of Witchcraft and for Protestants to do the same of Roman Catholics. Caught in the middle of all this what would seem today as "in-fighting" within Christianity were the Nature-Based or "Pagan" religions of Europe of which Wicca is a revivalist product.

Wicca has the best claim to the title "Witch" due to the etymology of the words, but it is not incorrect for practitioners of other Craft religions to identify themselves in the same.

Witchcraft can be both beneficial or detrimental, depending on the Magical Intent of the practitioner and because of this, Witchcraft in itself is seen today as "evil" by many religious groups; however, it should be noted that Witchcraft is merely a tool and has no more goodness or evilness as a car or a hammer -- it depends entirely upon what it is used for and the person weilding it.
"Today, Witchcraft is better understood and so it is more widely accepted as a part of life"
by Brother Pigeon May 26, 2004
146 47
A female's menstrual cycle.
Girl: Why is your mom being such a whore this week?
Guy: I think she has the curse; there's blood everywhere.
by Bryson X January 15, 2008
251 66
1. An folk magic tradition, a mixture of Voodoo and folk traditions with its source in the Deep South. Usually involves charms, potions, spells, etc.
2. A person who practices this type of folk magic or Voodoo
3. Often used to mean the same as Voodoo.
"He be a Hoodoo"
"Im goin to do some Hoodoo on him"
by Athel April 22, 2005
73 34
The word originally means a charm or a spell. But now its more commonly said meaning sex appeal or talent.
"I can get any girl if I just use a bit of the old mojo"

"Man, that girl has MOJO!"

"God help me, I think I've lost my mojo!"
by Daisy December 28, 2003
2357 1195
Something that most Urban Dictionary contributors don't know how to do, even though there is a built in spell check program. Apparently UD contributors are most commonly Americans and are victims of a terrible public school system.
Me a Urbin Dixonary writar. I thinck im american and want to git all them dirty people what crashed them plains into the whyte house on 7-11. Mmmmm - slurpeeeee.

What are u looking et? Spell bteter you jakass!

Jerk.
by Pollup November 25, 2007
103 25
The Walking Dead. Scientific name Homo Coprophagus Somnambulus.

A deceased human being who has partially returned to life due to undeterminable causes. The brain retains base facilities, namely gross motor function. In its near-mindless state, it grasps no remains of emotion, personality, or sensation of pain. In rare cases, some of the reanimated have reflexively preformed routine activities from their past lives.

The rotting bodies of the undead operate on a fraction of the level at which our bodies normally function. Circulatory, respiratory, and digestive systems are unaffected by reanimation. Labored breathing, choking, and moaning are reflexive but no oxygen is carried through the blood. The nervous system functions primarily within the brain and brain stem. Sensory reception is minimal at best and seemingly unecessary in the pursuit of prey. The undead are incapable of fatigue and will persist at any cost. They will even crawl when their legs have been removed. Even if the head is removed from the body, it will continue to live. The only way to stop the reanimated is to destroy the brain. To prevent reanimation in the recently departed, decapitate the corpse and burn the body.

The only observable action a zombie takes part in is killing living creatures, especially humans, and eating them. Many theories and speculations surround this disturbing behavior. One theory is based on the thought that reanimation is the result of a contagious infection or virus, and that the primal drive to feed will spread the disease to other host bodies. Research has shown that although the majority of zombie attacks result in fatal wounds, all corpses return to life soon after passing, regardless of cause of death. Another theory is that zombies eat the brains of the living to refuel the "un-life" giving chemical serotonin. Because digestive and circulatory systems are incapable of bringing these elements to the brain, this just cannot be true. The final speculation seems the most obvious, that the dead feed for sustenance to satiate their unnatural metabolism. But because the gut has no function in the undead, this is also false. One documented encounter claims that a zombie was unable to move due to the sheer mass of undigested flesh resting in its distended gut. The creature continued to eat even after it's gut had burst open. Studies regarding the nature of feeding have proven that zombies will try to eat when their stomachs and even jaws have been removed. One explanation offers that the walking dead are the incarnation of death itself, a mockery of life that uses the vessels of the living to carry out their dark intentions, they are the opposite of life and are driven to simply undo it.
"When there's no more room in hell, the dead shall walk the earth."
by X__x October 17, 2004
2462 335
Black magic is an ancient art of magic that dates back to the dawn of mankind's questional ability to psychic powers and domination of others through incantation.

Black magic's main use is to hurt others that the sorcerer deems unworthy, inhuman, and in need of pain through psychic visualisation and realisation of Universal law and movement along with group incantation.

It can found to be used without incantation. Incantation was a form used by people in group settings so that magic could multiply among its users.

When one uses black magic the pain brought back to the caster of the spell uses inflicts damage that is twice as worse upon themselves.

This is why a dark wizard must be a very very very cold hearted bastard and not care about anyone or anything around them, even their own life.
My mom lost her job after I cursed a female I hated. Funny enough, Nikki lost her job too.
by Kamisama May 22, 2005
102 60
Tom Cruise

Example: his appearance on the Oprah Winfrey show
Did you see that crazy bastard jumpin around on Oprah? Some peoples kids eh.
by Lud McDud March 06, 2006
2288 737
aka girls, girls are evil I have proof...

Girls require time and money
(Girls = Time x Money)
But we all know time is money
(Time = Money)
Therefore
(Girls = Money x Money)
(Money x Money = Money squared)
And beacause money is the root of all evil
(Money = square route of evil)
Therefore
(Girls = (the square route of evil)squared)
so we are forced to conclude that...
(Girls = Evil)
In short: Girls need time and money but time is money and money is evil, so girls crave evilness making them evil...
by Triple J May 01, 2005
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