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A serious article on Vodou in Newsweek today

This article was published on the Newsweek site today and it handles the topic of Vodou respectfully.

Voodoo Is Rebounding in New Orleans After Hurricane Katrina by Stacey Anderson


Caribbean Playlist (July/August 2014) -

New releases to get you in the groove


New Jersey-based musician and singer D’Achee had a storied career as a percussionist and hand drummer for dance troupes and popular bands in Trinidad before settling down in the United States to begin a recording career. 434 more words

Metro Caribbean Entertainment News

On Apocryphal, Pseudepigraphal, Non-Canonical texts and Grimoires

The wealth of information in the Judeo-Christian tradition is astounding and as I often say, on many various platforms, the study of these sources, be they traditional or not, can add depth, meaning, and value to our personal understanding of spirituality, religion, and culture, not only influence and enhance our own practices. 1,531 more words


Beautiful Vodou jewelry

Christians have their crosses. Pagans have their pentacles. What about Vodouisants?

If you’ve ever done an online search for Vodou jewelry, you’ve no doubt encountered mixed results, some with inaccurate veves. 145 more words


A Realistic Prayer About Hurricanes

Every year our Vodou temple holds a public ceremony for Hurricane season. This is considered a community service, a “turning” ceremony asking Ezili Danto to protect our city from storms. 555 more words


Finally, Kanzo

I’ve been mostly silent for the past couple of months. I was scrambling about, finding ways to scrounge up money to pay for and order items needed for Kanzo. 381 more words


Haiti Doesn't Have a Vodou Problem, It Has a Christianity Problem -- EBONY

“If a person is well educated and has the financial means, they will go to a doctor when they get sick. If that same person went to the court to get justice they would not go to the Vodou priest to get revenge. 80 more words