Category Archives: 31 Days of Voodoo

Who knew? Honey jar use in Voodoo.

New Orleans,1935 A JAR FOR SWEET WISHES Hurston studied with Reverend Father Joe Watson, “The Frizzly Rooster.” In describing his practice, she wrote, “There was one jar in the kitchen filled with honey and sugar. All the ‘sweet’ works were … Continue reading

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Dispelling the myths of Voodoo

No,  we’re not voodooists, but we respect all cultures and religions. Especially those that respect the earth, it’s inhabitants and the inevitable circle  of it.  Without death, there can not be life.  Enjoy! http://wgno.com/2014/05/07/voodoo-myths-and-mystique-in-new-orleans/ http://https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louisiana_Voodoo

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31 Days of Voodoo at Voodoo Farm

In honor of October and a count down to Halloween, Voodoo Farm presents 31 days of Voodoo at Voodoo Farm.  Enjoy!  And check back daily for posts on dispelling the myths of voodoo, chicken history and what makes the world … Continue reading

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