July 26, 2021

Tarot is primarily used for divination. Through it we find out about what may be unknown to us. But there are ways to use Tarot as a Transformational Tool…. Read more

July 7, 2021

The long-awaited re-release of my book Voodoo and African Traditional Religion is here. For over a decade this book was virtually unavailable, with some used copies costing almost a thousand dollars. Read more

June 20, 2021

It’s been awhile since we have featured a new installment of Divination Space Station, but when I saw the new Secrets of Paradise Tarot by Leticia, The Witchy Dancer I knew I had to find out more. Read more

June 10, 2021

So Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (CAOS) is over and done. Lets pick at what remains and see just how well they did with their depiction of Vodou through their character Mambo Marie A.K.A Baron Samedi. Oh boy. Read more

June 4, 2021

With over 10,000 species ferns are some of the most beautiful and diverse plants in the magickal cannon. These plants can be used not only for invisibility, Read more

May 28, 2021

In Hoodoo practice Saint Joan is called on for assistance with courage, spiritual power, and defeating one’s enemies. Here in the Crescent City Joan of Arc is honored with a statue located in the French market. Read more

May 23, 2021

So much of what we know about Marie Laveau is shrouded in mystery. Thankfully that may not be so true anymore, last week Kenetha Harrington,… Read more

May 6, 2021

Tarragon is one of those kitchen witchery herbs that is frequently overlooked. The herb is also known as dragon’s mugwort, wyrmwort, or little dragon. Read more

April 28, 2021

Hoodoo history is a twisted winding treasure trove of characters with wild names and even wilder lives, and Uncle Monday is one of the best. The story was originally collected by author, anthropologist and Voodoo priestess Zora Neale Hurston. Read more

April 14, 2021

Saints and psalms are the backbone of Hoodoo practice, and for many practitioners St. Martin de Porres is one of the most important. After his passing there were said to be many miracles, and he went on to become patron of racial injustice, mixed race individuals, housekeepers, veterinarians, barbers, innkeepers, public education, and those who champion social justice. Like so many of us I spent the week thinking and praying about George Floyd, Daunte Wright, Patrick Warren, Quawan Charles, Rayshard Brooks, Fred Hampton, Breonna Taylor, Emmett Till, and all the others, and realizing justice has never been so necessary. Read more

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