Louis Martinié

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Louis Martinié is an author, "internationally known" percussionist,[1] practitioner of New Orleans style Voodoo,[2] and co-author of the book New Orleans VooDoo Tarot (1992), with Sallie Ann Glassman.[3][4] He is a priest, drummer and elder with the New Orleans Voodoo Spiritual Temple,[5] and a primary drummer for the rituals of Priestess Miriam Chamani[6] He is also a leader of the band of sacred drummers known as the Krewe of Nutria, who have drummed for the ritual shows of the New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum.[7] He is the editor and a founder of Black Moon Publishing.[8]

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Journals[edit]

  • The Practitioner, The Priest, and The Professor: Perspectives on Self-Initiation in the American Neopagan Community (With Marty Laubach and Roselinda Clemons), Journal for the Academic Study of Magic (Volume 4) 2007, edited by D. Green, S. Graf, A. Hale

Discography[edit]

  • Festival and Ritual Drumming: Evoking the Sacred through Rhythms of the Spirit (1993) Mishlen Linden and Louis Martinie'. Destiny Recordings ISBN 1-59477-072-7

Interviews[edit]

  • Living the Wiccan Life, Episode 27, Pt. 1 - Louis Martinie' of the New Orleans Voodoo Spiritual Temple - Interview with Louis Martinie’ by Rev. Don Lewis of the Witch School at the WinterStar Symposium (2008) [1]
  • Voodoo Drumming - Interview by Heather Kyle of Louis Martinie' and Utu (of Niagara Voodoo Shrine) and demonstration of the drumming for the "Order of Service" - recorded at the 2007 Starwood Festival: Pt. 1 [2], Pt. 2 [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Levy, Marc (17 Nov 2012). "Voodoo museum enchants visitors.". The Bostone Herald (Herald Media  – via Highbeam Research (subscription required)). Retrieved 17 November 2012. 
  2. ^ Rabinovitch, Shelley T. (2004). Encyclopedia of Modern Witchcraft and Neo-Paganism. Citadel Press. p. 202. ISBN 0806524073. 
  3. ^ Dorsey, Lilith (2005). Voodoo and Afro-Caribbean Paganism. Citadel Press. pp. 61, 62, 188. ISBN 0806527145. 
  4. ^ "Voices of the African Diaspora: The CAAS Research Review". Center for Afroamerican and African Studies, University of Michigan 7–9: 42. 1990. 
  5. ^ Journal for the Academic Study of Magic Volume 4 by D. Green, S. Graf, A. Hale (2007) - Page 15
  6. ^ Earthly Bodies, Magical Selves by Sarah M. Pike (2001) - University of California Press pgs. 129-130
  7. ^ Travel New Orleans, Louisiana, USA: Illustrated Guide & Maps (Mobi Travel) by MobileReference
  8. ^ Parapsychology, New Age and the Occult: a Source Encyclopedia by Cheryl Klein Lacoff (1994) Page 385, Reference Press International
  9. ^ Gallagher, Eugene V. (2006). Introduction to New and Alternative Religions in America. Greenwood. p. 146. ISBN 0275987175. 
  • Maat Magick: A Guide to Self-Initiation by Nema - Weiser Books (November 1, 1995) ISBN 0-87728-827-5, ISBN 978-0-87728-827-5
  • The Evolution of Maat Magick: from Cornfields to Cyberspace by Nema (April 10, 2004) Lecture delivered at the Thelemic Conference held at Conway Hall, London.

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