There is no doubt corn is magickal. It’s origins go back to at least 7,000 BCE when it was first domesticated. Corn comes in many different colors and forms, and is said to be spiritually ruled by the moon. Read more

When it comes to Hoodoo herbs Jezebel Root is one of the most notorious. Also called Louisiana iris root, it can be used for success in gambling, business, and love magick. Read more

It is almost as if the soul of Marie Laveau can still be felt on this day. Feasts, rituals, and ceremonies honor her and the drummer and spiritual Dr. John Montanee on St. John’s Eve. Read more

This week on Witchcraft & Voodoo we look at some of the instances, offenders, and questionable practices. Listen as we talk about everything from  Voodoo dolls sold at the airport, to colonizers and recorded history, to smudge sticks and sage. Read more

Everyone needs an easy yes or no method for tarot reading. Sometimes you need a quick and simple answer, and you don’t have the time or other things needed for a full reading. It is possible to do a yes or no reading with other divination methods,…. Read more

The Victorian language of flowers used this to represent an appreciation of delicate beauty. Hibiscus is a common ingredient used in both kitchen magic and spellwork. Read more

It’s always a pleasure when I get to talk about sacred art and history, and it’s always a pleasure when I get to talk to a fellow devotee of African Traditional Religion, so you can imagine my great joy when I got to visit the studio of Mahalia Stines. Stines is a Brooklyn based multi-disciplinary artist and designer. Read more

Magickally for me bridges are sacred sights that always represent a connection, a transition between realms. In a way they are what we call liminal, or in between spaces. As any witch knows, these in-between spaces is where the magick can happen. Read more

Anne Boleyn had them, I have them, my daughters, have them, and my mother too… there are probably more than 5 witch marks that make you magick by birth according to myth and legend, but here are some to look at. Read more

Five Finger Grass is one of the most popular herbs used in Hoodoo and Conjure magick. The five elongated leaves on this plant resemble fingers, and that is how it got its name. Read more

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