St. John’s Eve Blessings to You !!!

May everyone have a divine and blessed St. John’s Eve!
May the gentle healing waters cleanse you!, May the gentle healing fires purge all you do not need!
May your sacred soul dance this night and kiss the stars! [Read more…]

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Stop with the X, Get with the Checks: Save Marie Laveau’s Tomb!

Back in December of 2013, the tomb of Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau in St. Louis Cemetery Number One was painted “Pepto dismal” pink in an act of vandalism. A strong power wash was used to remove the paint, resulting in some serious damage to the tomb. This sacred Voodoo site is the second most visited [Read More…]

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A Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau Musicology

People have been singing about Marie Laveau probably since the time she was born. This famous Voodoo Priestess is the stuff of legend. People sing her praises, people sing to warn others of her power, people sing to remember. [Read more…]

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How You Can Help Support the Restoration of Marie Laveau’s Tomb!

Save Our Cemeteries, the Archdiocese of New Orleans and the local preservation company Bayou Preservation LLC have banded together to raise the monumental $10,000 or more that is required to complete the restoration of Voodoo Priestess Marie Laveau’s Tomb. [Read more…]

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Voodoo Priestess Says Bye Bye American Horror Story Coven

Zombies, Witch Hunters, Red-Eyed Papa Legba, and Blood Bathing Marie Laveau, honestly even if I live to see the seven wonders… I may never see anything as strange as this again. American Horror Story: Coven has brought New Orleans Voodoo and Witchcraft into our living rooms these past several months, and we may never be the same again. [Read more…]

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Power Washing and Cement on Marie Laveau’s Tomb, Please No!

The non profit group Save Our Cemeteries reports that at Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau’s grave there were ‘chips of brick and plaster from the tomb all over the ground.’ This is the second most visited grave in the United States; it is a sacred site for thousands of Voodoo and Vodou practitioners, as well as other Pagan practitioners from across the globe. [Read more…]

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Vodou Serpent Simbi Slithers Between the Living and the Dead

Simbi is a Haitian Vodou Snake Lwa whose realm is magic, mystery and communication. January 6, the feast of the Epiphany, is the traditional time for honoring this Lwa or God. The Simbi snakes are said to reside in the trees, descending to the earth to deliver their divine magic to the world. [Read more…]

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