Herbal Magick : Tonka Beans

Tonka beans have long been a Hoodoo ingredient in spells and ritual workings. Similar to mojo beans, they are used for manifesting desires and wishes. They are particularly effective used in spells for love. [Read more…]

Recipe: Yemaya Coconut Rice

Yemaya is the Orisha of the Ocean in the Lucumi (Santeria) religion. A Mother to all, she rides the waves with her gentleness and blessings. [Read more…]

Poem: Hi Culture Lo Culture

J.J. Evans wouldn’t be able to move here.
Stepin’ Fetchit wouldn’t be able to sleep here.
Fruit is very strange here. [Read more…]

Wall Veves – Voodoo’s Sacred Gateways

In the 1800’s the veves began to be transformed to a new medium, metal….In the ultimate upcycle, artists took metal from Haiti’s Iron market in Port Au Prince, and transformed them into offerings for the gods. [Read more…]

An Orisha Oshun Herbal

The Orisha of Love, Beauty, Money and Gold is called Oshun. She is honored with a variety of herbs and flowers. [Read more…]

Interview With Voudon Gnosis Author David Beth – Part II

Living all over the world from Africa to the USA, UK and Brasil, David spent more than 20 years researching and studying within Afro-centric cults and spiritual systems but also received advanced initiation and empowerments in European initiatic currents. [Read more…]

Interview With Voudon Gnosis Author David Beth – Part I

David spent more than 20 years researching and studying within Afro-centric cults and spiritual systems but also received advanced initiation and empowerments in European initiatic currents. He is the author of Voudon Gnosis. [Read more…]

How To Improve Your Tarot Reading With Crystals

Tarot Reading is a complex skill. Luckily it is one that can be improved with time, practice, and a variety of magickal aids that will increase your psychic ability. [Read more…]

Video: Witchcraft & Voodoo Episode 8 Money Talks …

Join myself, Lilith Dorsey, and my talented co-presenter Sable Aradia, for the latest episode of Witchcraft & Voodoo. This time we talk about money, a difficult subject on which we have no easy answers. In many Afro-Caribbean traditions initiations, and higher levels of study in the religions require payment. This is difficult for many outside [Read More…]

Book Review: Defiant Itineraries

Defiant Itineraries is an in-depth look at the practices and scholarship of Katherine Dunham and Maya Deren specifically as they relate to American film. [Read more…]


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