The Truth About Voodoo Flags – Video

Voodoo flags are used to honor, protect, and bless. Watch this short film I made about the flags we use in our house ! [Read more…]

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Video: Gris-Gris Bag For Damballa La Flambeau

Similar to Native American medicine bundles, they are little packets of magick that you can carry with you and use to draw strength, energy, and success in all your chosen areas. [Read more…]

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Maman Brigitte And Nana Bukuu : Grandmothers To Us All !

Both Nana Bukuu and Maman Brigitte are powerful female protection goddesses blessing us from the past and guiding us towards a brighter future. [Read more…]

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5 Voodoo Stereotypes That Won’t Die – Help Me Kill Them!

Please do your best to learn the real truth. Many of these arguments remind me of the racist drivel that first occurred surrounding Jazz and then Rock and Roll music. [Read more…]

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Religious Discrimination: Here We Go Again !

Many are up in arms, screaming “Oh my Gods ,” unfortunately I am sighing and saying here we go again. For those of us with darker skins and darker religions we are constantly forced to sit at the back of the bus, despite years of struggle and oppression. [Read more…]

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St. John’s Eve – The Darker Side of Solstice

St. John’s Eve is thought of by many as the most important holiday in the New Orleans Voodoo calendar. Many think of Voodoo as a religion focused on negativity and darkness, in reality however many of the practices involve blessings of joy and universal connection.  St. John’s eve is a celebration of light and fire [Read More…]

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Voodoo Review: Eve’s Bayou

Shrouded in death, ancestors, and mystery …Eve’s Bayou centers around a child called Eve. [Read more…]

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