New Video Witchcraft & Voodoo : Sacred Food

New Video Witchcraft & Voodoo : Sacred Food July 16, 2018

People eat three times a day or more, however the idea of sacred food is often lost. This time around on our youtube series Witchcraft & Voodoo my co-host Sable Aradia and I discuss food in our respective traditions. We began the ongoing video project discussing the similarities and differences between our respective traditions of Witchcraft & Voodoo in 2016. Since then we have discussed the important issues and questions such as : Deities, Money, Sex, Divination, Cultural Appropriation, and much more truth about these religions. Please watch this episode as we discuss everything from the logical way to slice an onion to crafting special offerings for rituals, feasts, and sabbats.

In this episode we also spend some time talking about our recommendations and other resources. Obviously, my sacred food discussion would not be complete without mentioning Jessica B. Harris. Regular readers of this blog know I am a big fan of hers and even reviewed her most recent work My Soul Looks Back. This delightful memoir ” is a story of powerful ancestors and of food. Her descriptions warm my heart. and water my mouth, as she describes the New York city’s old haunts like Angelina (where I celebrated my sweet 16) and Cafe Figaro (where I announced the coming of my oldest daughter Aria.) This is a memoir of racial pride and resistance told through stories and tastes like only Harris can tell. ”

This video also includes information about using everyday herbs and spices, both in magickal spells and ritual recipes. Even common ingredients like cinnamon and rosemary can be used to heal, bless, and protect. What are your favorite magickal ingredients ? Please let us know in the comments section below.

Witchcraft & Voodoo : Sacred Food


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About Lilith Dorsey
Since 1991, Lilith Dorsey has been doing successful magick for patrons of her business. She is editor/publisher of Oshun-African Magickal Quarterly, and filmmaker of the experimental documentary Bodies of Water:Voodoo Identity and Tranceformation. Lilith Dorsey is also author of Voodoo and Afro-Caribbean Paganism, Love Magic, and The African-American Ritual Cookbook, as well as choreographer and dancer for jazz legend Dr. John’s “Night Tripper” Voodoo Show. Please contact her at for information about psychic readings and services. You can read more about the author here.
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