March 20, 2019

It comes as a bit of a surprise that it took us this long to get around to discussing ritual tools, but that is our topic this time around on Witchcraft & Voodoo. In New Orleans Voodoo almost anything can be a ritual tool, everything possesses sacred Ashe, the universal life force belonging to all things. Read more

March 12, 2019

Reflecting on Black History Month (BHM), I notice that as often happens, writers will highlight black authors and recommend books during BHM as a way to highlight and celebrate. However, as a black witch, I find myself disappointed by the lack of black voices providing input, a lack of pagan authors on the list … Read more

March 3, 2019

An interviewer asked me once if Mardi Gras Day was the biggest holiday in New Orleans Voodoo Religion. The history of the Mardi Gras Indians is almost as colorful as the intricate suits they craft. Read more

February 21, 2019

My world has always been filled with magickal houseplants. Both my parents share a love of all things botanical, and despite growing up in Brooklyn, it was always a true urban jungle for me. Now I have hanging plants, succulents, trees, herbs and more growing in my home. If you’re working on setting up your own urban oasis, the logical place to start is with herbs. Thy are readily available and their sacred properties are numerous. Some of these I… Read more

February 12, 2019

For some of us in matters of Love we need all the help we can get, and the sunny crystal carnelian can do just the trick. Read more

February 6, 2019

The connection between astrology and everything excites me so when I was given the opportunity to review Sex Signs by Constance Stellas I welcomed the chance. When I started looking at this book, I realized I’ve had long term relationships with a Virgo, a Taurus, another Aries, a Gemini,a Cancer, a Leo, damn I’ve almost sampled all the signs of the Zodiac. Read more

February 4, 2019

So many people were looking forward to Netflix’s new show Siempre Bruja, or Always A Witch. From the very beginning the viewer is greeted with some triggering and tired tropes. Read more

January 29, 2019

If you are a Witch today you probably know who Rachel True is. She starred in The Craft, a film that has served as an inspiration to a world of Witches since it’s debut in 1996. Read more

January 23, 2019

Nerat Ildérice, ” will be able to officiate marriages, baptisms and funerals, in the same way as Catholic priests and pastors do.’This swearing is considered historic for being a first in the history of Vodou…” Read more

January 21, 2019

Very often the practice of Hoodoo relies on Saints and psalms to get the job done. St. Anthony often represents opportunity and success. Read more

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