Do you know there really is a typical market that sells various tools for the black magic ritual? So, with the existence of this market, it means that there is still demand by people all over the world who want to use solemn bomoh or easy language “practicing black magic”. The intended market is Akodessewa Fetish Market, located in the Togo national capital of Lome, West Africa. This market is known as a market that sells the biggest magic devices in the world. According to their trust branch, this practice of magic or black magic began in West Africa before being spread to other countries such as Togo, Ghana, and Nigeria. They believe the complicated rituals that use these animal parts can solve many problems including healing illnesses, relationship problems or financial problems. In West Africa, this bomoh or magician is called Voodoo. Also in Voodoo beliefs, there are two types of rituals, namely Rado and Petro. Rado is more of a ritual of peace compared to Petro which is directed towards evil or may also be called black magic.
Even though it sounds a bit creepy, actually outside travelers are also very welcome to come to the Fetish Market Akodessewa to see for themselves how they carry out these complicated ritual activities. On the other hand, the Akodessewa Fetish Market is not only for the bomoh but everyone is welcome to come. For those of you who like to look for the intricate uniqueness of travel, visiting this Fetish Market Akodessewa will definitely give you a more interesting experience. Here there are various mystical practices that are used by black magicians rather than heads of animals until the medicine is able to cure various diseases. In particular, other superstitious beliefs are not related to trust. Believing angels, miracles, shamans or taking a literal view of religious concepts such as heaven or hell, does not correlate with the level of people’s trust. “The meeting of magical beliefs with religious beliefs, however, is rather complicated. Most respondents, more than 90 percent, were identified as Christian or Muslim. But in both religious groups, about 60 percent of people say they also believe in magic, “Gershman said.