The B.S.A. stands for “broad spectrum antibacterial”. This is a simple homemade antibacterial ointment or balm that should kill most bacteria on the skin and prevent infection of minor wounds. It’s basically “home made neosporin” just that it doesn’t cause resistant bacteria to spawn. It works well enough with just …
- Ingredient Spotlight: Coriander/CilantroCoriander/Cilantro is one of the most important herbs to have in your “tacklebox”. It is a famous ingredient in love charms and other love related workings, but what you may not know is that it is also useful in banishing. … Continue reading →
- How to Use a Witches’ CauldronA cauldron is basically a pot. If you are an Orisha adherent, you should have an iron cauldron or pan to embody Ogun. Traditions vary as to whether or not you are permitted to put this cauldron to use for … Continue reading →
- Bird’s Nest MagickBirds’ nests are considered sacred in many cultures. Among some in the African diaspora in north America, they generally represent family, prosperity, and the Orishas watching us or watching over us. It is considered very bad luck to disturb a … Continue reading →
- Slavery FootprintSlavery Footprint. Find out how many slaves in the world you may be helping to keep enslaved with the products you buy and use. As things stand, it may be impossible to avoid anything at all that may have involved … Continue reading →
- In a Pinch: Popular Products That Can Be Used in WitchcraftAt Zindoki.com and my other sites, I favor natural ingredients made from scratch. These things aren’t always available to everyone though. It is a good idea to be adaptable and use what you have to get things done. Many good … Continue reading →
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Today is the day we honor the Great Unfathomable Olodumare or Mawu-Lisa or whatever He/She is called in your system, and in some traditions, the etherial Spirits similarly to how one would on a Sunday.
If you reserve this day for the Unfathomable, there isn’t much toSeptember 12, 2014
- Ojo Eti – Day of Failure/Postponement – ShangoStarts: 12:00 amEnds: September 13, 2014 - 12:00 amDescription:
Today is the day we honor Shango, the Orisha of fire, sexuality, martial arts, and dance. Traditionally, anything you planned to do on this day ahead of time, should be postponed until Saturday or some other day. Observant people will not start a business venture on this daySeptember 13, 2014
- Abameta – Day of Three Meetings – Yemaya DayStarts: 12:00 amEnds: September 14, 2014 - 12:00 amDescription:
Today is the day we honor Yemaya, Oshun, and other Orishas and Deities of water. Like Fridays, nothing involving business or travel should actually be planned for this day or else it runs a higher risk of failure. So go with the flow.
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- Ojo Aiku – Day of Immortality – ObatalaStarts: 12:00 amEnds: September 15, 2014 - 12:00 amDescription:
On this day of the week, we give special honor to the more ethereal Orishas, Deities, and Spirits such as Obatala, Orunmila, Ifa, Olofi, Nana Buruku, and for some in the diaspora, Jesus and the Archangels.
Recommended offerings include pure, white, sweet,September 15, 2014
- Ojo Aje – Day of Profit – Eshu DayStarts: 12:00 amEnds: September 16, 2014 - 12:00 amDescription:
For those living by a solar calendar, today is the “Day of Profit” usually the first day of the work week, and therefore the day of Eshu, also known as Elegua.
On this day, it is a good idea to burn red and/or blackSeptember 16, 2014
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Today is the day of the week when we honor the Orisha of iron, technology, labor, and the riches of the Earth, Ogun.
For those who work in technology or with machines or metals, it is very important to give Ogun a lot of attention. If youSeptember 17, 2014
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Special Deals on Love Spells for the Oshun and Shango Festivals in August 2014
Special Deals on Love Spells for the Oshun and Shango Festivals in August 2014SheloyaJuly 21, 20140Ile Baalat Teva in Israel will be hosting our summer Oshun and Shango festivals this August.The Oshun festival/ebbo is August 5th, and the Shango festival will be on August 28th.The divination has said…
- ESAN (ISHAN) PEOPLE: aCIENT WARRIORS, HIGHLY HOMOGENEOUS AND VIBRANT EDUCATED PEOPLE OF EDO STATE IN NIGERIA September 21, 2014Esan (Ishan) people are ancient militaristic, highly homogeneous vibrant agro-fishery and Edoid-speaking people living in the Edo State, South-south geopolitical zone of Nigeria. Esan people who are said to be positive in outlook, creative, industrious and highly educated are one of the Nigeria`s major ethnic groups and live primarily in Edo Central Senatorial District in Nigeria. […]kwekudee
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