Love’s Delirious Goddess: A Praise Poem

Love’s Delirious Goddess This is a praise poem I wrote several years ago to honor the Goddess, inside, outside and everywhere! Many Blessings!     Scream a whisper. Shake a picture. Think a moment friend. When true love boils near, It is a luscious gift of eternity’s road Take and please the delirious goddess. Flood [Read More...]

Wild Wise Women of Science Fiction: Inara and Number 6

Sacred Sensual: Now and Always The sacred and the sensual go hand in hand, hand in glove, hand in… well fill in the blank. Powerful sensual women grace the Sci-Fi verse in shows as diverse as Firefly, Star Trek, and Battlestar Galatica. In other realms a sensual female can often be labeled a slut or [Read More...]

Oshun Mango Peach Salsa Recipe for Love

Originally thought of as an exotic fruit from paradise the sensual Mango has now become a regular item in most markets. Here in New York City vendors carve the delicacies into artful flowers and sell them on the street corner offering a unique summer treat. [Read more...]

Voodoo Priestess Marie Laveau: Bit of a Bibliography

Volumes have been written about Marie Laveau. She was the most famous Voodoo practitioner of all time. Her name is synonymous with the divine magick and mystery of New Orleans. [Read more...]

Top Ten Survival Tips for Pagan Festivals

We are sarong deep in that time again people. Pagan festival season lets us get our freak on from Canada to Florida, and our sacred souls need it. I’ve been attending Pagan festivals for over two decades now, and I have gleaned a few survival tips I’d like to share with you. [Read more...]

Orange is the New Black Puts On Santeria Whites

Rarely do we get a portrayal of the Santeria Religion, more correctly known as La Regla Lucumi, on television. It seems that Orange is the New Black is trying to change that. From 1985 to 2014, we’ve come a long way; Santeria on television doesn’t always mean animal sacrifice and dubious murder, and it’s about time. [Read more...]

Bourbon Bread Pudding Recipe for Marie Laveau

Variation on the recipe for Bourbon Whiskey Bread Pudding featured in my African-American Ritual Cookbook. It would make a wonderful offering for Marie Laveau, Dr. John or any of the strong spirits of the Crescent City. Food is the simplest and most vital way to connect to divinity, and it’s tasty too. [Read more...]


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