Voodoo Blessings On St. John’s Eve

The real New Orleans Voodoo holiday is St. John’s Eve. Revered and celebrated by the great Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau herself, it has long held some serious magick [Read more…]

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Dr. John Montanee Chili Recipe- Drum Up Some Heat

New Orleans loves its dead, and its food. It’s ironic then that not very many people remember the name of one of the city’s most powerful Voodoo figures of all time, namely Dr. John Montanee (Montagne). [Read more…]

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The Horrors of American Horror Story Coven: A Voodoo Priestess’ Perspective

The season is full of tropes, tricks, and trash and it’s time to get real. I salute their attempt to show Voodoo as a method of social control, but, and here’s my own cliché for you: we don’t need no stinking zombies. [Read more…]

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