Herbal Magick: Cherry Blossoms

Chinese culture sees the blooms as representative of feminine power and sexuality. While in American folklore, Cherry blossoms are said to bring intelligence, happiness, honesty, vitality, and love. [Read more…]

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R.I.P Prince : Color Me Black + Peach +Black

There will never be another like him, he taught us about butterscotch clouds, sex in taxi cabs, and 1999. [Read more…]

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Blessings On St. Joseph’s Day – March 19th

St. Joseph’s Day is March 19th. It is one of those holidays that crosses religions, continents, and boundaries. [Read more…]

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La Santa Muerte: Death’s Goddess Rides Again

No matter what form she takes, or who calls her, it is clear that Death is here to stay. [Read more…]

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Magickal Morning Rituals: Ancestors, Coffee, Toilets and More!

There are many simple and complex ways to start your day off with magick, unfortunately I even knew one witch who liked to scry what he saw in the toilet, but in my opinion there are much less unpleasant ways to foretell the future events of the day. [Read more…]

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Santa Marta And The Dragon: Another Face Of Oya

Some Espiritismo temples or houses honor Santa Marta La Dominadora, or Saint Martha the Dominator. Here she is a Queen of the dead, dancer in the cemetery, screeching howl of the wind. [Read more…]

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Red Beans And Ricely Yours Recipe

It is said even Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau had her own version of this dish, here’s one of my favorite versions. [Read more…]

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