Love of Babalon : Mishlen Linden

You could feel the temple around you. You became one with it when you began, and it was made with a special material which reflected the sound of your personal chant back at you and become more voices of the mantra. [Read more...]

Journey to the Ancestors: R.I.P. Karen McCarthy Brown

Haitian Vodou lost a priestess and a scholar this month with the passing of Karen McCarthy Brown. Brown crossed into the land of the ancestors on March 4, 2015. [Read more...]

March 19th Saint Joseph’s Day- A Celebration for All

This is the time to unveil a year’s worth of work celebrating culture, history and tradition… and the fun doesn’t stop there. [Read more...]

What’s In A Name ? Magick Vs. The Power of Social Media

I ask you what is in a name? Pagan names have always been in debate in the community. Many traditions involve taking a new name as part of embarking on a new spiritual journey. [Read more...]

Tarot Card Poem: The Fool … Unplugged

One of my own personal reflections about tarot performed live in NYC some years ago. It centers around the concept of the Fool, the card numbered zero. So it begins …. [Read more...]

Love of Babalon : Emma Doeve

Once upon a time there was the Muse – one of a number of Goddesses of inspiration and knowledge – who would motivate and stimulate the artist, and make him (and it was always a “him”) a favourite on whom She would bestow Her special gifts. [Read more...]

Aida Wedo: The Snake Goddess Rears Her Beautiful Head

In addition to holding great power and energy, snakes are also symbolic of deep fear. [Read more...]


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