Fire Fire Fireside Chats: Real Voodoo and Santeria Possession

Fire Fire Fireside Chats: Voodoo Possession with Lilith Dorsey

The real truth about Voodoo and Santeria Possession and more importantly blessings with Lilith Dorsey. It has everything to do with divine gifts and nothing to do with pea soup. Please watch, subscribe to the channel,  and share if the spirits move you. … [Read more...]

The Horrors of American Horror Story Coven: A Voodoo Priestess’ Perspective

Dr. John and Lilith Dorsey at Krewe du Vieux 2010

 There is a show on FX TV....Full of fluff about Wicca n Voodoo.It will be the ruin of those poor producers,I hope they don't think they've won. No I'm only kidding. I'm not hexing them. I just like filk, it's like mental floss. But, I've held my forked Voodoo tongue long enough. We are about halfway through the latest season of AHS Coven. Angela Basset is beaming with the fact her Marie Laveau performance has been rated in the top five of her career. The season … [Read more...]

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. This is particularly good as a spice rub. a chili seasoning, or a rice blend. The possibilities to strengthen your spirit and your food are limitless. 7 tsp. Smoky Paprika1 tbs. white and black pepper ground together1 tsp. onion … [Read more...]

Rainbow Goddess Aida Wedo: Voodoo Prism of Possibility

Rainbow Egg photo by fdecomite.

Pray bigger. Your dreams should be big, your prayers must be bigger. I did a large public Voodoo ritual many years back dedicated to Aida Wedo, the rainbow serpent bride of Haitian Vodou or Vudu. She is the wife of Damballa Wedo and together they form a divine union. My ritual was about imagining things better than you could possibly imagine. I asked people not to wish for a car but for a vintage Mercedes. They were supposed to expand their desires, try to stop thinking small, stop limiting … [Read more...]

Eatonville, Florida: Raising Up Zora Neale Hurston and the Rest of Us !

Eatonville photo by Angela N. Eatonville is the nation's first African-American incorporated municipality.

There is no question that Zora Neale Hurston was the first African-American woman to make a significant contribution to anthropology. The famous writer, anthropologist, and folklorist was born on January 7, 1891 in Alabama. Before she had even turned a year old her family moved to the all African-American town of Eatonville, Florida.Zora Neale Hurston is an inspiration to us all, fighting against all odds to become the woman that we remember today. She is an inspiration to me as a fellow … [Read more...]

Voodoo Love Spells: Love Potion Number 9,10 and 11

I have a burning hot love letter 4 U :) photo by Nina Matthews.

On my last trip to Jamaica after a heartfelt conversation with a Rastaman I found sleeping on the beach at sunrise, I finally asked him what he thought the key to Caribbean culture and spirit was? He responded simply “Love and pain.”I think those words are very wise. In a way I think that is what the soul of voodoo is about too. That's some big stuff, Love and Pain. I've done psychic readings professionally for over 20 years now, and I used to answer the phone to my customers “Love or money … [Read more...]

Orisha Ogun: Lord of Iron, God of War

Ogun Mural located in Spanish Harlem, NYC. Photo by Lilith Dorsey.

It's Veteran's Day today in the U.S., and it's only fitting that I talk about the African God of War,Ogun. I thought about writing a fictional post about what would happen in a Gods only throwdown death battle between Thor and Ogun, but I decided they'd probably get along pretty well and after some well placed blows would just end up drinking. So I will leave that story for another day.Ogun is a protector, a healer, a warrior. Vitality is the key to deciphering the many aspects of Ogun. He … [Read more...]


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