New Years Tradition: Collard Greens for Success Recipe

Southern Comfort Cooking: Oven Fried chicken, homemade buttermilk biscuits and collard greens by flippinyank licensed under CC 2.0

No Voodoo or Hoodoo discussion about this time of year would be complete without talking about the traditional New Year’s recipe for collard greens. This dish is served just after midnight. If eaten and prepared right, it is said to bring divine blessings of money and success. [Read more...]

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Christmas with the Ancestors: Sicilian Stuffed Artichoke Recipe

Sicilian Stuffed Artichoke photo by Lilith Dorsey

The holidays are upon us and it is time for friends, family and feasting. My Voodoo house celebrates this as another joyful time to share with the ancestors and renew our spirits. There is cornbread, black eyed peas, collards, ham, and the delicious list goes on. Each food fulfills it’s own special role providing healing, fertility, abundance, financial success and the like. [Read more...]

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Holiday Love Nuts Recipe

Holiday Love Nuts Recipe by Lilith Dorsey

The spices used in Santeria and New Orleans Voodoo to honor the goddess Oshun are scientifically proven aphrodisiacs. According to the Science Channel, pumpkin pie spices, like clove, cinnamon and nutmeg are said to increase blood flow to the male member by up to 40 percent. These are ritual herbs for Oshun and are included in this recipe to help you bring love and blessings into your life. [Read more...]

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Black Friday Money Magic That Works All Year !

Rose of Jericho, New Orleans. Photo by Lilith Dorsey. All rights reserved.

Elbow pushing, toe trampling, bad caroling, creepy Santas and snow filled with “ cigarette packs, and dirty snacks, and things that make you blush,” squeeze our spirits and our souls this time and of year. Pack your mittens, your money and your mojo. [Read more...]

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Thanks and Giving: It’s All About the Food Rite?

Stuffed Acorn Squash for the Ancestors, photo by Lilith Dorsey

The older I get the more I see clearly that mainstream society has made Yule about the gifts, and Thanksgiving about the food.
This doesn’t bother me one bit. [Read more...]

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Creole Warrior Seasoning Blend: Spice Up Your Soul

Rosemary herb photo by Lilith Dorsey

This seasoning blend is suitable for any of the African derived warrior gods and goddesses; which include, Papa Lebat, Ogun, Ochosi, Oya and others. It will spice up anything you wish, and is a million times better than any commercial preparation. [Read more...]

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St. Expedite: The Patron Saint of Hurry Up

San Expedito altar and offerings. Photo by Paul Lowry.

St. Expedite is a godsend or goddessend to Voodoo and Santeria practitioners, folk magicians, and other devotees worldwide. People turn to Saint Expedite with problems of money, getting paid,curing procrastination, removing persecution, and speedy deliveries. [Read more...]

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