Fire Fire Fireside Chats: Real Voodoo and Santeria Possession

The real truth about Voodoo and Santeria Possession and more importantly blessings with Lilith Dorsey. It has everything to do with divine gifts and nothing to do with pea soup. [Read more...]

Thanks and Giving: It’s All About the Food Rite?

The older I get the more I see clearly that mainstream society has made Yule about the gifts, and Thanksgiving about the food.
This doesn’t bother me one bit. [Read more...]

The Horrors of American Horror Story Coven: A Voodoo Priestess’ Perspective

The season is full of tropes, tricks, and trash and it’s time to get real. I salute their attempt to show Voodoo as a method of social control, but, and here’s my own cliché for you: we don’t need no stinking zombies. [Read more...]

Santeria Etiquette 101: Can’t Touch This….

Santeria, more correctly known as Lucumi, is a religion, a tradition, a way of life. It has at it’s core a belief in the existence of Ashe, a universal life force which permeates all things. Everything, absolutely everything, contains it’s own sanctified energy and it is all connected. [Read more...]

Creole Warrior Seasoning Blend: Spice Up Your Soul

This seasoning blend is suitable for any of the African derived warrior gods and goddesses; which include, Papa Lebat, Ogun, Ochosi, Oya and others. It will spice up anything you wish, and is a million times better than any commercial preparation. [Read more...]

Rainbow Goddess Aida Wedo: Voodoo Prism of Possibility

I did a large public Voodoo ritual many years back dedicated to Aida Wedo, the rainbow serpent bride of Haitian Vodou or Vudu. She is the wife of Damballa Wedo and together they form a divine union. My ritual was about imagining things better than you could possibly imagine. [Read more...]

Eatonville, Florida: Raising Up Zora Neale Hurston and the Rest of Us !

Zora Neale Hurston is an inspiration to us all, fighting against all odds to become the woman that we remember today. She is an inspiration to me as a fellow anthropologist and also as a Voodoo priestess. Zora took her first steps in the mighty town of Eatonville and that’s where we will start today. [Read more...]


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