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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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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St. John’s Eve Blessing Water Recipe

St. John’s Eve is celebrated traditionally on June 23rd. It was a sacred time occurring right around the solstice, a magickal time for light, joy, and blessings! The following can be used as a blessing water for your self and home. Use liberally! [Read more…]

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