Tarot Love Magick : Using Your Cards to Attract the Best Love

If I’m doing a lovers tarot reading there are certainly cards that can show up that mean the relationship is destined for better things. Some of these tarot love cards are the Lovers, the 2 of Cups, and the 10 of cups. [Read more…]

Love Crystals: Malachite

When choosing love crystals consider Malachite, it will help you attract and prepare for your true love. [Read more…]

St. Joseph’s Day Recipes and Rites

St. Joseph’s Day is March 19, a day filled with recipes and rites. In reality it is a feast for a famine. In New Orleans it is one of the most celebrated days of the year. Mardi Gras Indians take to the streets dressed in their most impressive finery. The city also has it’s own [Read More…]

Sacred Snakes + St. Patrick : The Voodoo Connection

Not many people know about the Voodoo loa Damballa, sacred snake, father, creator, and wise man in white who is often depicted as St. Patrick. [Read more…]

Ebonics, Entitlement, and the Embodiment of Racism

Racism is running rampant in every segment in society today and it makes me sad… and angry. I do my best to be a vocal advocate for people of color in the pagan community. [Read more…]

Book Review: Practical Spellcraft by Leanna Greenaway

I’m always a bit skeptical when I see books for beginning witches, but this book quelled all my fears and exceeded my expectations. Practical Spellcraft contains a wealth of interesting spells. [Read more…]

Love Crystals : Selenite – The Shining Star

When using crystals for love and understanding one should certainly try Selenite. It is a hardened form of gypsum, formed from salt deposits in ancient bodies of water. Therefore it is helpful in all watery spells and magickal workings. Selenite is said to help with inner and outer transformations on all levels. For this reason [Read More…]

Wikipedia Editing : Essential Tips for Activists

All your Wikipedia editing will also need to be sourced. What is considered a reliable source is a relatively short list. [Read more…]

Visit to the National Museum of African American History + Culture

The long awaited opening of the National Museum of African American History + Culture in occurred in September of 2016. Tickets have been highly prized, and I was fortunate enough to finally score some this past week. [Read more…]

Mardi Gras Magick : Creating Change at Carnival Time

Mardi Gras is a party, a protest, a release, and a revolution. Mardi Gras magick is all around this time of year, what it’s all about. [Read more…]