What is Greenwood Conjure?

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"any person or thing serving as an agency of divine communication"

We are a Brooklyn-based oracular consultancy specializing in power retrieval, goal achievement, and living authentically. Through practices grounded in intimacy with helping spirits including allies in the plant, mineral, and animal worlds, we provide traditional and innovative tools to uplift and empower persons from all walks of life.

As psychic mediums and paranormal investigators, we investigate and remediate unseen factors in the lives, homes, and businesses of our international clientele.

Meet the Team

 
Photo by Micaela Blei

Photo by Micaela Blei

 

Khi Armand is a spirit-initiated shamanic healer with additional initiations in Haitian Vodou (Houngan Asogwe), Brazilian Quimbanda (com licenca), and the Unnamed Path (Priest of the Dark Goddess). He has been a professional hoodoo rootdoctor for over 6 years and is a graduate of the Lucky Mojo Hoodoo Rootwork Correspondence Course (#1710). He counts among his many great mentors the late rootdoctor, Santero, Palo priest, and shamanic visionary Dr. E. / Reverend Hyperion

In addition to his work at Greenwood Conjure, he is an interdisciplinary artist-academic holding an MA in Performance Studies from Tisch @ New York University and a BA from Hampshire College in Theatre & Ritual Anthropology. He is the founder of Impact Shamanism, geared toward empowering Creatives, Leaders, and Visionaries to live abundantly and authentically.

He is the author of Deliverance! Hoodoo Spells of Uncrossing, Healing, and Protection (Missionary Independent) and Clearing Spaces: Inspirational Techniques to Heal Your Home (Sterling Ethos).


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The helping spirits accompanying us in this work are plentiful, from ancient Greek deities and titans to 19th century sleuths and their loyal sidekicks to contemporary manifestations of death in the Western hemisphere.

As our name suggests, it is our relationship with the land that is most primary, being in such close proximity to Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery that we are practically residents of it.