10 Easy Holiday Recipes For Pagans

No serious holiday menu would be complete without a serious dessert Marie Laveau Bread Pudding honors the New Orleans Voodoo Queen with a delightful blend of spices and Bourbon. [Read more…]

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Spiritual Warfare Spell

Many Hoodoo spells use the reciting of Psalms and other biblical passages to bring about necessary change. However, as my Voodoo priest likes to say Jesus is a busy man. [Read more…]

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Video: Maman Brigitte Ancestor Bag For Protection

The truth about Maman Brigitte, like that about the Voodoo religion itself, is that a mix of both is most likely. Nothing is black and white, certainly not Voodoo. [Read more…]

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Video: Crafting Herbal Gris Gris Bags for Focus, Energy, and Concentration

Gris Gris Bags are herbal medicine bags commonly found in the religion of New Orleans Voodoo and also among some Hoodoo practices. [Read more…]

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Plum Pork Roast Recipe For The Ancestors

The following is a harvest recipe, suitable for the fall, when we celebrate the fruits of our labor and the coming of the darkness. Plums are known to bring protection from the ancestors and also the answering of prayers. [Read more…]

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Spicy Sweet Potato Salad Recipe For The Ancestors

You can make your ancestor’s favorite dishes, or you can choose an old stand-by with a new twist, like this exciting recipe. [Read more…]

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Oshun – Orisha of Love Recipes

Sweet, sensual, powerful, and divine Oshun is the Orisha, or goddess, of love and beauty. In the religion of La Regla Lucumi, also referred to as Santeria, her feast day is celebrated on September 8th. [Read more…]

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