Publications

Voodoo and Afro-Caribbean Paganism

by Lilith Dorsey and Isaac Bonewits (Nov 1, 2005)

Summary:

Demystification of the group of Afro-diasporic religious traditions grouped under the popular understanding of the term ‘voodoo’. Lilith Dorsey, one of the field’s leading authorities and practitioners, explores the differences between traditions such as Candomble, Voodoo, Shango, Santeria and Obeah, examining their beliefs, rituals and history. Isaac Bonewits, acclaimed for telling the ‘truth’ about Wicca and Druidism, writes the foreword: with this book, Dorsey has done the same for Afro-Caribbean traditions.

 

Vudu y paganismo afrocaribeno (Spanish Edition)

by Lilith Dorsey (Nov 14, 2006)

Summary:

Guia clara para comprender los rituales, la historia, las creencias compartidas y las diferencias de muchas tradiciones afrocaribenas. Esta obra logra quitar el manto negativo que cubre algunas religiones tradicionales afrocaribenas como el vudu, el yoruba, el shango, la santeria y la obeya.

 

The African-American Ritual Cookbook

by Lilith Dorsey (Jul 12, 2012)

Summary:

This is a ritual cookbook with divine recipes for love, money healing, protection, luck and more. Sample specialities from around the Afro-disaporan world as you bring about positive change in your life. Written by an actual initiate and scholar of New Orleans Voodoo, Santeria, and Haitian Vodou.

 

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