Mamas and Babies #blacklivesmatter

There are probably some who have wondered at my silence in the wake of recent events. As the parent of a murdered child it has been hard to find the words. My thoughts, prayers, and love go out to the mothers, from one mother to another, now and always. [Read more...]

December 17th Feast of Babalu Aye

Like the Orisha Oya, the wind is one of the magickal tools he uses to accomplish his work. Various images depict Babalu Aye as being covered in wounds or sores, and in some cultures he is shown cloaked completely in raffia and straw. [Read more...]

10 Pagan DIY Gifts For Yule

‘Tis the season not to drown under the rampant consumerism of Yule. There are plenty of easy do it yourself gifts you can make this time of year. Most of these will take little to no investment and you might even have some of these ingredients and materials already on your pagan shelves. [Read more...]

12-12-12 Voodoo Universe A Year In Photos

To finish it all off there was my favorite, an obligatory picture with Northside Skull and Bones gang. The oldest Mardi Gras Black Indian gang in New Orleans. They are a living inspiration to young and old alike. [Read more...]

Lilith The Dark Goddess Of Your Dreams

Lilith reminds us what is truly and primally feminine in all forms. These are the old places where darkness lets in light, and where coal turns to diamond, through constant and sustained pressure and power. [Read more...]

Magickal Uses Of Myrrh

The gift of these Magi to the newborn baby Jesus was said to have been Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh. Oddly enough the last two may have been more expensive than gold at that time. The use and power of myrrh have a long history. [Read more...]

Chango Santeria Feast Day Prayers and Dances

December 4th is the traditional feast day for the Orisha Chango in the La Regla Lucumi, also known as Santeria tradition. [Read more...]


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