In New Orleans close to the Mississippi River You will find a beautiful little pagan/witch shop called Hex. It's tucked off in the quieter corner of all the shops. The sweet smell of incense is sure to lure you in.
I was scared the store was going to be over priced and a tourist trap... I was wrong.
The store is amazing inside full of crystals, tarot, books, incense, blessed candles, oils, herbs and etc. with very affordable prices!
As an insider tip: This has to be the best Witch store in New Orleans. Hands down.
Here's a link to the shop's website: http://www.salemhex.com/
Books upon books upon books... I couldn't focus on just one title with all the excitement I had. However the shop keeper was very kind and pointed out a title she thought would suit me. (I ended up buying it and YES it does suit me completely. Thank you so much love!<3)
These 'Witch Wash' soaps smelt so delicious. One of each please!
Now this strand of Tarot cards caught my eye instantly. Turns out it's a blessed majick strand that you can hang in your home according to what you need. This one I was looking at was to keep people from talking about you behind your back, or to help rid negative energy from flowing into your life.
I wanted it terribly. but it was $200.
That wasn't going to happen but if I could have gotten it I would have.
As a side note I did buy a book by the wonderful witch who made this named Laurie Cabot.
Since coming back home to Oklahoma I have fallen in love with her outlook and facts about and on witch craft.
Here's a video of her inside her shop located in Salem.
Next on my list of places to travel to is definitely Salem!
A rawhide Voodoo man. :)
Crystals for sale... I ended up buying a couple for myself. <3
A giant wall of herbs.
The very nice and helpful Shopkeeper. She was so awesome! She even let me leave some gifts and prayers at the store's alter.