Farewell to Stuart Hall “Godfather of Multiculturalism”

…a rainbow of realization went off in my brain. Here was an educated Black man who had been speaking out for decades against racism, colonialism, and oppression…and Stuart Hall even wrote about television sometimes. [Read more...]

Why This Copper-Skinned Woman Hates Black History Month.

Every damn day should be Black History Month. At least this should be the case for the African-Americans out there and all thinking people who seek to better understand the truth. [Read more...]

Part 2: More Truth About Voodoo Spells

People are willing to sell their souls and empty their wallets for the mystical, magical Voodoo spell. There are some basic Voodoo truths you need to know first, and I’m going to lay it all out for you. [Read more...]

9 Truths About Voodoo Spells

Everyone wants to sell you an expensive little bottle of love, money, magick. The stories I hear are about hucksters and haters and people would probably be better off just throwing their money away. Understand what is and what isn’t possible with a Voodoo spell. [Read more...]

Santeria Recipe: Oya Flaming Spinach Salad

Everything you put in your mouth, your mind, your body should feed your soul. Many of you took the time over the weekend to celebrate the wondrousness of the Santeria goddess of the wind Oya. Try the following is exciting recipe that includes many of her favorite offerings, and goes on fire! [Read more...]

Oya: Santeria’s Rider on the Storm

The Wind, the Tornado, the Hurricane… all of these are the domain of the great and powerful Santeria goddess Oya. She is change. Oya can very often be change in the form of severe weather. [Read more...]

Voodoo Priestess Says Bye Bye American Horror Story Coven

Zombies, Witch Hunters, Red-Eyed Papa Legba, and Blood Bathing Marie Laveau, honestly even if I live to see the seven wonders… I may never see anything as strange as this again. American Horror Story: Coven has brought New Orleans Voodoo and Witchcraft into our living rooms these past several months, and we may never be the same again. [Read more...]


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