"Truth CANNOT be found until the LIE is RECOGNIZED."
P.O. Box 44737
Phoenix, AZ 85064-4737
If you are oppressed, depressed or just in a mess, the great seer and Voodoo Priestess Rev. Dr. Lady Bishop of St. Louis, MO is there to help you.
Her motto is: "Truth cannot be found until the lie is recognized." And her theme song is "I Shall Not Be Moved". With these cherished words of wisdom, Rev. Dr. Lady Bishop goes about the task of helping millions of lost souls find direction and meaning in their lives.
Rev. Dr. Lady Bishop is the only American-born, full-fledged Voodoo Priestess in America and is busy winning converts around the world. A seer since childhood, Rev. Dr. Lady Bishop first became involved in Voodoo when she met Dr. Mike Rawls of Pontiac, MI who told her she was an exceptional gifted seer, healer and herbologist. Dr. Rawls was so impressed with Rev. Dr. Lady Bishop's natural psychic talents that he referred her to the world-renowned, controversial Voodoo Priest Dr. Scott Toussaint of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Rev. Dr. Lady Bishop travelled to Haiti to meet Dr. Toussaint and Dr. Joseph Montrose, who also were captivated by her psychic ability. They consorted with other Voodoo Priests and conferred upon her the last degree in Voodoo Haitian arts, first.
Dr. Toussaint and Dr. Montrose made Rev. Dr. Lady Bishop a "membo", or Voodoo Priestess, and taught her the secret art of turning humans into zombies. This is an ancient rite which requires the voodoo practitioner to use special herbs to place a human under a spell, bury them and retrieve their bodies within 14 days. Rev. Dr. Lady Bishop says the person is actually placed in "suspended animation".
Rev. Dr. Lady Bisho says voodoo is a legitimate religion with strong ties to the Catholic Church. She, herself, is a Catholic and attended St. Francis' Convent School in Honolulu for two years while she was preparing herself in the future for the nunnery.
Although most people conjure images of dolls being stuck with pins or envision some emaciated West Indian witch doctor stirring bat wings and other animal parts in a vat of boiling water, Rev. Dr. Lady Bishop says those images aren't true.
Most people confuse voodoo with witchcraft or black magic, but voodoo offers people a way to improve their health, teaches self-discipline and how to generate positive blessings (she says luck runs out, so she prefers to use the word "blessings), or improve their love and sex lives and money conditions.
Rev. Dr. Lady Bishop says she often uses other metaphysical methods to help people solve their problems. Her repertoire includes using numerology, astrology, spiritual vibrations, tarot cards, intuitiveness, automatic writing and trances. For special problems, she can mix special herbs to create mojo bags or she consorts a mixture of guba dust, which she says brings success in a hurry.
Most of Rev. Dr. Lady Bishop's clients are women wanting help to catch or keep a man who happens to be the object of their affections. She has a special body dressing that makes it extremely difficult for someone to reject them. Many men also consult Rev. Dr. Lady Bishop for help and advice, although most are in need of some special herbs to help them improve their sexual nature. For them, she mixes a special drink that's so potent, sniffing the nature-restoring beverage would make them "rise".
Although many people won't acknowledge their relationship with a voodoo priestess while they sit nervously in her office hoping a friend won't come in and recgonize them, Rev. Dr. Lady Bishop says the world is full of believers.
People come to voodoo priests and priestesses because they can make things happen through God without the use of scientific facts, she said. "There are many believers in the supernatural."
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P.O. Box 44737
Phoenix, AZ 85064-4737