Art, Ancestors, And Ana Mendieta

It has been over 30 years since the brilliant, talented, visionary, and spiritual artist Ana Mendieta plunged to her death on the streets of New York City. But all too often in stories like hers people focus on the negative and not the beauty of what was, and what remains behind. [Read more…]

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Poem: Hi Culture Lo Culture

J.J. Evans wouldn’t be able to move here.
Stepin’ Fetchit wouldn’t be able to sleep here.
Fruit is very strange here. [Read more…]

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Video: Witchcraft & Voodoo Episode 6 Deities, Orisha, Loa 2

Get ready for another fabuous episode of Witchcraft & Voodoo. This time around my co-presenter Sable Aradia and I discuss the further intricacies of Deities, Orisha, and Loa in our respective traditions. [Read more…]

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Poem : Maman Brigitte Opens Wide

There is much to be seen in the magick,
When your ancestors bleed black and blue. [Read more…]

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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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