Witchcraft & Voodoo Video Episode 3: Initiation

Join my fellow Patheos Pagan blogger, Sable Aradia and myself, Lilith Dorsey, as we discuss the ups and downs of initiation in this video, episode 3 of Witchcraft and Voodoo. [Read more…]

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Syncretic Religions: Witchcraft & Voodoo Video Episode 2

Join myself, Lilith Dorsey and fellow Patheos Pagan blogger Sable Aradia as we discuss how our respective traditions navigate this issue. We had another wonderful discussion this week talking about some of the hard topics, like cultural appropriation and creation. [Read more…]

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Witchcraft & Voodoo: Episode 1 – Good, Bad, And The NoT So Ugly

It was a truly entertaining and insightful discussion, and I even got to mention that line from Buffy The Vampyre Slayer where Willow talks about putting Yak cheese in her bra. [Read more…]

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This Christian Showdown Sounds Like A Challenge- Have Fun With That !

Theoretically the U.S. is a country of religious freedom, but when I see things like this I feel like many’s agenda is to be an equal opportunity oppressor. Aren’t there enough problems in the world without dragging everything down to the lowest common demon denominator. [Read more…]

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Witchcraft and Voodoo: New Video Series

What in the world do Witchcraft and Voodoo have in common? Hopefully we’re going to find out in the new online video series with myself, Lilith Dorsey, and Wiccan priestess Sable Aradia. [Read more…]

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Review: Witchcraft, Intimacy and Trust: Africa in Comparison

I’m an anthropologist, in addition to being a Voodoo priestess, and this work is important for the study of Witchcraft, the Occult, and African and Afro-Diasporan Religions (be it New Orleans Voodoo, Haitian Vodou, Cuban Santeria, or Brazilian Candomble) across the globe. Peter Geschiere is a professor at the University of Amsterdam and Witchcraft, Intimacy and Trust: Africa in Comparison is his latest contribution to the discipline of African anthropology. [Read more…]

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