Easy Prosperity Spell For The New Year

The new year is a time when many people celebrate and welcome new beginnings. Traditionally in New Orleans Voodoo and Southern Conjure a large pot of collard greens are cooked to ensure financial success for the coming year. [Read more…]

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Kwanzaa Con-Troversy ???

Self-determination and purpose are hard to come by for many people of color in these days of #blacklivesmatter when so many of us are still targets. We need to see ourselves, and each other with new and different eyes. [Read more…]

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It’s A Blue Christmas, Grandma’s Coming … And She’s Dead !

Many Pagans choose to celebrate the lives of those they have lost with an ancestor altar, or shrine where offerings can be left, candles can be lit and prayers can be said. For some however, that is just not enough. [Read more…]

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Happy Holidays From The Posts of Xmas Past !

With all this going on I thought it would be fun to throwback …hey, and it’s actually Thursday… to the posts of Xmas past. These are some of the posts I’ve really enjoyed over the past few years, I hope you will too. Have a blessed Holiday everyone and Thanks for reading! [Read more…]

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Who Do You Pray To? Santa ? Bob Marley? Yoda?

We make meaning and magick where we find it. Our faith can call to us from music, movie or imagination. [Read more…]

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The Music and Magick Of Babalu Aye

Babalu Aye has a feast day which is linked to San Lazaro, December 17th. The connection between these two powerful healers is obvious. December 17th is marked with great processionals, prayers and promises around the globe. [Read more…]

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New Supreme Leader Of Vodou Named In Haiti

Elected by a unanimous vote on Thursday, the new Ati will be Alcenat Zamor. The induction ceremony for Zamor will take place on March 7, 2016 in Place des Gonaives. [Read more…]

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