This time around we review Queen Up ! Reclaim Your Crown When Life Knocks You Down by Angela Kaufman. I wasn’t sure what to expect from Queen Up ! The title had me dreaming of Westeros, Video games, and rap divas. For better or worse the message of this book has nothing to do with any of that. Read more

Amethyst is a stone of clarity, spirituality, joy, and self- awareness. When we talk about stones Amethyst is one of the most popular. Read more

New Orleans Voodoo is a Gumbo, meaning it incorporates a bit of almost everything to form the delicious magick it manifests. There is much controversy surrounding what good a good gumbo recipe should and shouldn’t be. Read more

Deep in the damp mystery of the sacred swamp lies a powerful and strong Lwa, Gran Ibo. Revered as the great mother of the Ibo people she teaches how to free yourself from your chains and rise again. Read more

Very often the Haitian Lwa Erzulie Danto is represented by statues and images of Santa Barbara Africana. She is said to be a protector of women, a warrior whose power knows no bounds. Read more

One of the most problematic aspects of African Traditional Religion is the use of animal sacrifice. The truth is that most sacrifice in the African Traditional Religions of Haitian Vodou, Santeria/Lucumi, and New Orleans Voodoo is done quickly and respectfully. Read more

Juniper Berries are tiny dark spheres that are full of magick. They are a primary ingredient in the making of Gin. Read more

Warning Rant : It has come to my attention that there has been some discussion, behind my back mind you, that people have been talking about my latest book Love Magic and questioning my ethics. Read more

Madame Pamita’s Magical Tarot isn’t just a book, it is a tool. This special tool allows you to unlock the “adventures” of the cards to make your dreams come true. One of the first things you will notice when you pick up this book as she characterizes the encounters with the cards as adventures. Read more

It’s time to talk about Black Female Filmmakers. February is designated as Black History month, obviously around here it is Black History everyday. Read more

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