New Video Series- Tales From The Voodoo Side

Everyone loves a good story and between my own spiritual godkids asking me to tell them a story, as well as media professionals and just about everyone in between from 3 to 93 asking the same thing it made sense to me to start a new video series. [Read more...]

My Rituals Got Referred To As “Wicca-Themed” and I’m Not Happy

Today I got a mention by another Voodoo author on their blog and it’s all I can do not to write a rant. As far as I am concerned I think he was incorrect in his description of my rituals as “wicca-themed.” They could have been called lusty, insane, or bizarre and that would have been a more fitting description. [Read more...]

VooDoo Mama Drink Recipe

There is nothing new about spirits for the spirit. The following uses traditional Voodoo flavors and liquors to make a drink fit for all the Voodoo Mamas out there, and maybe some big bad Voodoo Dads too. [Read more...]

Techno-Voodoo 2.0 : Technology Changes Religion

Technology like magick expands exponentially everyday with each new participant, each new effort. The divine marriage of the two was inevitable. Voodoo has always done it’s best to beg, borrow, and build upon useful practices wherever they may be found. [Read more...]

#Patheos5yrs : Thanks for Faith, Voodoo and the Devil

Five years of the conversation on Faith has expanded up our minds and hopefully our hearts. I’m a recent addition to the Patheos Pagan blogging team but I can honestly say I’m glad to be here. Patheos has opened up some difficult topics for discussion with my blog Voodoo Universe. [Read more...]

The Return of Ms. Cleo, Mambo Priestess ?

Ms Cleo was the face and more memorably the voice of psychic readings in the late 90′s. Vine today published an interview with the divine Ms herself. Ms. Cleo talks about being raised in the tradition of Obeah ( a Jamaican cousin of Voodoo), and her initiation and study up to become a Mambo priestess. [Read more...]

Legba Veve at the Cemetery: Voodoo Takes Action

The following piece of video art offers up the creation of Papa Legba’s veve made out of a cornmeal base in a New Orleans Cemetery. This particular ceremony was designed to honor those that we love who have passed, and to heal. [Read more...]


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