based in Brooklyn, NY.
He writes at the City Conjure blog and is a columnist at Polytheist.com
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Having experienced psychic and supernatural phenomena from an early age, he was led on a journey to study the world's spiritual traditions and the energetic relationships between humans, plants, and other animal species. He holds a degree in Ritual Anthropology and has gone on to study animism and ritual at the graduate level.
A modern alchemist, Khi combines intuitive communication with the lifeforce in herbs, roots, stones, and bones with a thorough knowledge of their applicability in a variety of world magical practices (including hoodoo rootwork and Latin American curanderismo) toward helping his international clientele manifest both short- and long-term goals and intentions. Khi's alliances with helping spirits and his ability to channel and enlist humanity's beloved departed lends his work tremendous efficacy and authenticity, drawing upon our most ancient wellness modalities as they regain worldwide recognition for their beauty, efficacy, and necessity.
A gifted and trained spiritual counselor and ritualist, Khi has taught workshops and presented at conferences across the United States. He performs time-honored and innovative rites that lead people into greater joy, purpose, and prosperity.
situation and the spiritwork that can help.
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