Damballa and Aida Wedo : Serpents Who Shine Through The Rainbow

Damballa flag featuring Aida and Erzulie at Haiti Cultural Exchange, Brooklyn. Photo by Lilith Dorsey. All rights reserved.

In a time before time there were two serpents- a male and a female. They were lovers, intertwined souls, who danced their magick on the continent of Africa. [Read more...]

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Aida Wedo: The Snake Goddess Rears Her Beautiful Head

queen snake photo by Pete and Noe Woods. Text added. Licensed Under CC 2.0.

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

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Rainbow Goddess Aida Wedo: Voodoo Prism of Possibility

Aida Wedo photo by Lilith Dorsey. All rights reserved.

I did a large public Voodoo ritual many years back dedicated to Aida Wedo, the rainbow serpent bride of Haitian Vodou or Vudu. She is the wife of Damballa Wedo and together they form a divine union. My ritual was about imagining things better than you could possibly imagine. [Read more...]

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