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Meet Angela Lovell of Conjure the Cocktail & This Is Where The Magick Happens in Echo Park

Today we’d like to introduce you to Angela Lovell.

Thanks for sharing your story with us Angela. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there.
As a psychic-medium, astrologer, best-selling author, podcaster, comedy writer (Disney-Pixar, MTV, VICE), voiceover artist, and ghostwriter, I’ve covered a lot of territory. My last name, Lovell, was one of the most prominent surnames among gypsies. My mother’s grandmother was Jewish, and some of my recent ancestors were carnies. As a modern-day witch, my ancestral modge-podge of mysticism translates into all my work. I’ve always considered myself a darling of the universe, and my goal is to give spiritual makeovers to the masses.

I was born into trauma one month after my uncle’s murder. The crime was shrouded in paranormal circumstances and remains unsolved. My earliest memories are supernatural: ghosts, angels, demons, wtf-was-thats, and a few classic deities. Growing up, I assumed everyone was like me and could see all these orbs, monsters, spirits, etc. I thought all houses were haunted and everyone had spooky anecdotes for gatherings. Needless to say, I was a hit at slumber parties, even though there was usually a kid who cried from my tales and had to go home.

We’re always bombarded by how great it is to pursue your passion, etc – but we’ve spoken with enough people to know that it’s not always easy. Overall, would you say things have been easy for you?
Society got its talons in me, and for many years I told myself I was bonkers, unworthy of my gifts, and undeserving of good love or success. Although I’ve been clairvoyant my whole life, my big awakening came about two years ago when I finally turned all my crazy magick inward for healing purposes.

Please tell us about Conjure the Cocktail & This Is Where The Magick Happens.
My psychic work includes events and phone readings, magickal consultations, organizing psychic development and witchy retreats, and I just started a very special project called Conjure the Cocktail, combining witchcraft and craft cocktails. My partner, LA-based drinks writer and podcast host, Prairie Rose, is Founder & Editor of Bit by a Fox and winner of Saveur Magazine’s Readers’ Choice Award. Together we create delicious concoctions with magickal properties for gatherings and events. We also have a YouTube channel that explores all the wonderfully witchy ways to entertain.

My podcast, This Is Where The Magick Happens, is co-hosted by paranormal investigator and comic, Ryan Singer, who dated a shapeshifter and recently survived a Bigfoot encounter. Bustle ranked ours as one of their top astrology podcasts, but themes also include witchcraft, meditation, astral projection, tantra, the paranormal, deities, and all the self-help woo you can imagine.

No matter what I’m doing, I ask my guides to send only the people I can truly help and work with. My biggest callings are teaching and empowering. I want to help others heal, find their best path, give up their poison, and get whatever they want from this life. Sure, I can see your future, but I’d rather tell you how to use your power animals, past lives, soul contracts, and gifts so you can make it that much brighter.

Has luck played a meaningful role in your life and business?
As a psychic witch, I don’t believe in luck as much as I believe in magick. On the other hand, as a Master 11, triple fire sign, Indigo Child, and someone born under Jupiter–the biggest, luckiest, and most fabulous planet–I would say I’m very lucky indeed. I’m in touch with my last lifetime, which was not nearly as spectacular as the current one (a film of that lifetime just premiered at Sundance). This life has given me harsher lessons, but I also got to be its main architect. People don’t realize you can generate good fortune. Your luck is absolutely up to you, and whether you’re manifesting bad or good, you’re always advancing.

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All photos in black and white striped dress and the one with my foot on the chair are by Heather Lockey.

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