Marie Laveau Limited? How Is This Going To Work?

Most agree that the final resting place of the Voodoo Queen is St. Louis Cemetery Number One. Now the Archdiocese of New Orleans is restricting access to St. Louis Cemetery Number One in an effort to stop further vandalism of the graves there. So How is this going to work? [Read more…]

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2014 Voodoo and Santeria on Television- That’s Not Entertainment !

I will continue to watch the mainstream media, with a hopefully eye, a scratchy head, and a prayer we don’t get anymore roaches. [Read more…]

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12-12-12 Voodoo Universe A Year In Photos

To finish it all off there was my favorite, an obligatory picture with Northside Skull and Bones gang. The oldest Mardi Gras Black Indian gang in New Orleans. They are a living inspiration to young and old alike. [Read more…]

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And Then This Happened … Voodoo And The Jews

Would anyone tolerate Voodoo practitioners approaching Rabbis or Sacred texts of Judaism in a temple this way ? I think it would be labeled a hate crime, but unfortunately we are not allowed the same liberties apparently. [Read more…]

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The Myth of the Voodoo Mojo Bone

Black cats hold their own sacred significance in Pagan History and lore, and they are no doubt very magickal. Hoodoo, Voodoo and other Afro-Diasporan tradition picked up on this power, literally. [Read more…]

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Future Ancestors: What Are We Finding ?

We ate silently. Then we spoke of the people we loved, and the people we try to still know in death. One of the things that we found inspires us again and again was our ancestors courage and determination. Their willingness to take a leap, remember where they came from while still walking forward into a new tomorrow. [Read more…]

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Maman Brigitte Beet Salad Recipe

There is a mistress of the cemetery, a bride dressed in white lace, she knows of love and loss, and her name is Maman Brigitte. In the religions of New Orleans Voodoo and Haitian Vodou Maman Brigitte ( also called Gran Brigitte) is the Lwa, or Goddess, of the dead. [Read more…]

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