Five Finger Grass is one of the most popular herbs used in Hoodoo and Conjure magick. The five elongated leaves on this plant resemble fingers, and that is how it got its name. Read more

Hopefully, many of my readers watched and enjoyed the Video series Witchcraft & Voodoo presented by myself and my co-host Sable Aradia, I’m glad to say we’re back. Glad is too tame a word, I’m absolutely overjoyed. Read more

People are raving about Angela Kaufman and her new book Queen Up ! Reclaim Your Crown When Life Knocks You Down. I recently took a look at the book, and you can read my review here. So you can imagine my joy when she agreed to be interviewed as part of our Divination Space Station series. Read more

Lately everyone is all about the Warrior Women of Wakanda. The cunning and command that these females of Black Panther show us is truly inspiring. However, when people think of real “Amazon” warriors, women armed and ready to defend their territory, most often the group they are thinking of are the original warrior women of Dahomey. The UK based Sun writes ” Black Panther has been dubbed the superhero blockbuster of the year – and it’s got fans talking about what… Read more

Insights of a Priestess in Publishing is a guest post by journalist Donni Floyd . She conducted the following interview with me, and I am pleased to be able to share it here.  Lilith Dorsey, M.A. is an illustrious authority on all things Mystical; an accomplished academic with an masters in anthropology and film from NYU, she found her life’s calling in the Spiritual.  Formally initiated in the practices of Haitian Voodou, New Orleans Voodoo, and Santeria, Dorsey specializes in… Read more

The first season of Queen Sugar introduces one of the main characters Nova Bordelon, played brilliantly by Rutina Wesley, as a spiritual and psychic practitioner. Read more

May is definitely the time for loving. The Pagan holiday behind all this first of May horniness is called Beltane and it celebrates the return of spring and the fertile period. Read more

Make a healing candle by placing 3 drops of camphor oil on top of a white candle. Burn to help heal from physical and emotional trauma. Read more

Taste your honey, thank your ancestors, Elizabeth Perez’s book Religion In The Kitchen reminds us of the important rituals and rites surrounding food in the African Traditional Religions. Read more

People of all faiths and traditions can set up a Goddess shrine. They can be part of the sacred spaces of Wiccans, Pagans, Ceremonial magicians, devotees of African Traditional Religions, and even, in a way, with some Christians ( and the reverence for the Virgin Mary.) Read more

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