Battles and Big Chiefs: More History of the Mardi Gras Indians

The Mardi Gras Indians are the prettiest, baddest, the toughest… they used their wit, wisdom, and artistry to keep their heritage and themselves alive. They have been here for hundreds of years, and most likely will continue for hundreds more with their fine feathers. Dance on my friends! [Read more...]

Why the Mardi Gras Indians Won’t Bow Down

Strong, Powerful, Proud all of these words have been correctly used to describe the Mardi Gras Indians of New Orleans. The tradition is older than the city itself. There are over 50 tribes in the city according to some. This is history, culture, and pride in graceful action. [Read more...]

Review: Manifesting Wealth by Taylor Ellwood

Wealth is a difficult subject. Everyone wants it, people will die, or even kill for it. Taylor Ellwood has tackled this topic in his latest book Manifesting Wealth: Magic for Prosperity, Love and Health.The book examines wealth as a process, where gaining, maintaining, and sustaining are emphasized. [Read more...]

Lessons From a Voodoo Priestess On Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse

Tonight I will be reading Voodoo tarot cards and Walking Dead Zombie watching at Snake and Jake’s Christmas Club lounge. In honor of that, here are some lessons from a Voodoo Priestess on Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse. [Read more...]

Guest Post: Erzulie- The Faces of Love by Tehron Gillis

A heart that breaks for our transgressions towards each other, that hardens in the face of injustice, and quickens when enraged. As we study the rhythms of the heart we begin to learn the many faces of Erzulie. [Read more...]

Bless Your Soul with Florida Water

One of the most divine things about Voodoo and Santeria is that these religions find a way to deliciously bless and protect participants with some delightful magickal scents. One of the main blessing ingredients used is Florida Water. [Read more...]

How You Can Help Support the Restoration of Marie Laveau’s Tomb!

Save Our Cemeteries, the Archdiocese of New Orleans and the local preservation company Bayou Preservation LLC have banded together to raise the monumental $10,000 or more that is required to complete the restoration of Voodoo Priestess Marie Laveau’s Tomb. [Read more...]


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