Ogun Computer Cleaning Potion

Ogun is the Master of Technology, so it follows that one would want his blessings on their hardware and gadgets.  Here is a recipe for a computer cleaning potion using Ogun herbs.  For this, you will need to use a lab or cooking-worthy glass or “pyrex” bowl or beaker for …

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Do it Yourself Wanga Mojo Gri Gri Bags | Obeah Woman

These instructions are designed for economy, with materials that one should be able to find fairly easily or at least order online inexpensively. Their effectiveness will depend on how observant you are to the energies they’re built to draw or embody. If you would like to order a special bag …

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What to Do With Your Offering Leftovers

Don’t throw away those ashes and leavings!  If you’re doing regular observances and offerings, you should be making amulets and talismans using the leftovers.  These have very strong energy since they have been touched by the spirits who received their living essence.  Consider them a free blessing that you can …

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SARA (KAMEENI) PEOPLE: ANCIENT SUN-WORSHIPING PEOPLE OF AFRICA

The Sara (Kameeni) are an amalgamation of ancient Sun-worshiping, fishery and sedentary agriculturalist Bongo-Bargimi-speaking people of Nilo-Saharan origins residing in southern Chad and Central African Republic. Most Sara are now, and have been for centuries, located between Lake Iro in the east and the Logone River in the west.

His profile reminds me of Telly's brother. Africa | A hunter from the Sara tribe.  Central Africa. ca. 1924/5 | ©RMN / Jean-Gilles Berizzi {Haardt Fund; Citroen Mission}
Sara man with facial tribal marks from Chad

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The Eyo Festival | MAYEGUN

Eyo Festival was originally staged at Oke Ipa but it later moved to Lagos Island. Back in the days, the Eyo Festival is held to escort the soul of a departed Lagos King or important Chief and to usher in a new king. The white-clad Eyo Masquerades represent the spirit of the dead and are referred to as Agogoro Eyo, as in Tall Eyo.

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Oil, Potion, Powder, or Spray? When to Use What | Witch University

There are many concoctions used in witchcraft. The most commonly seen are potions, oils, incense, and powders. Soaps, lotions and creams, ointments, gels, waxes, solvents, dissolving pellets, foods/consumables, steam, and sometimes even ice is used in witchcraft. It is a good idea to know when to use what. via Oil, …

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B.S.A. Balm: Homemade Antibacterial Ointment

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 …

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B.S.A. Balm

The B.S.A. stands for “broad spectrum antibacterial”.  This is a simple 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 its mundane properties, but … Continue reading
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How to Use a Witches’ Cauldron

A 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 purposes aside of embodying him.  Any metal pot or tool … Continue reading
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Brief Descriptions of Various Orisha

EGUNGUN: He is the one representing the spirit of dead ones, as any one dies automatically becomes Egungun, and you make the feasting to Egungun toremember dead ones in Orun. The things used to propitiate the feastingare: moinmoin, beans cake (Akara), cold pap (Eko tutu), Obi (Kolanuts),Akuko Adie (Roosters), Oruko (he-goat), Amala (yam/cassava meal) Read more…
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Luba (Baluba) People: Highly Spiritual, Brave Founders of Pre-colonial African Kingdom of Luba and the Largest Ethnic Group in the Democratic Republic of Congo

DancerThe Luba people also known as Baluba are a cluster of powerful ancient grassland and forest-dwelling hunters, kingdom-builders, highly spiritual cum agriculturalist Bantu-speaking peoples of Central Africa, and the largest ethnic group in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. They are indigenous to the Katanga, Kasai, and Maniema regions which were historic provinces of present-day Democratic Republic of the Congo. Their population is close to 14 million.

Baluba dancer performing traditional dance at Kinshasa. Courtesy http://africaphotographer.blogspot.com/

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Magickal Ingredient Substitutions

Mortar and PestleMany times when we are publishing instructions and recipes, we forget that not everything is available or appropriate for everyone in the world.  Different local environments, economies, customs, and taboos all come into play.  It is a good idea to at least mention possible substitutions. In the case that you …

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