Lessons From a Voodoo Priestess On Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse

Lilith Dorsey Double Zombie photo by Don Waterhawk.

There are definitely some practical tips and some special Voodoo secrets for surviving the Zombie Apocalypse. Many of you know I'm way down in New Orleans celebrating Carnival time. Tonight I will be reading Voodoo tarot cards and Walking Dead Zombie watching at Snake and Jake's Christmas Club lounge. So in honor of that here are some lessons from a Voodoo Priestess on Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse.Disclaimer: I've discussed in depth how voodoo is related to Zombies in only the most remote … [Read more...]

Voodoo Priestess Says Bye Bye American Horror Story Coven

American Horror Story Coven Recruits photo by Lilith Dorsey

Zombies, Witch Hunters, Red-Eyed Papa Legba, and Blood Bathing Marie Laveau, honestly even if I live to see the "seven wonders,"... I may never see anything as strange as this again. American Horror Story Coven has brought New Orleans Voodoo and Witchcraft into our livingrooms these past several months and we may never be the same again.My post Voodoo Truth About Papa Legba got some viral Voodoo buzz, and I'd like to think that's because people really do want and need to know more about this … [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...]

5 Lies You May Believe About Voodoo and Santeria

Toothpick Voodoo. Photo by Juha-Matti Herrala. Licensed under CC 2.0

We all believe some wild stuff. Experience, for better or worse, shapes our existence. It happens everywhere but particularly regarding the subject of religion, stereotype and myth abound. Much has been written about this by Richard Dyer who theorizes that stereotypes function to "make the visible invisible." This is where religion lives, in this space between the visible and invisible. Let's "see" what we can find when we look at the most popular stereotypes surrounding the traditions of Voodoo … [Read more...]

Ten Worst Voodoo Films of All Time

The Halloween season is upon us, for us Pagans that means cakes and ale, honoring the ancestors, and grinning and bearing it while the rest of the world tries out our sacred realm for one night only. Most people's exposure to the Voodoo religion comes unfortunately in the form of horribly bad movies. Zombies, possession, and Voodoo dolls crying out to Damballa are only some of the ludicrosity that Hollywood has chosen to display. So I figured if you can't lick them, and who would want to lick … [Read more...]

Fire Fire Fireside Chats: The Truth About Zombies

Lilith Dorsey

In honor of this weekend's ZombiCon in Florida, an event which I was fortunate enough to attend last year, I have decided to post the latest installment of Fire Fire Fireside chats. This time I take a look at the realities and the myth of Voodoo and Zombies, and even share a few pictures of me joining in the fun. Please share, comment, like and Zombie on folks!  … [Read more...]


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