Friday, December 21, 2007

How About a Voodoo Doll for Christmas?

Here's a strange and bizarre idea (okay, maybe not for me but I'm a little strange and bizarre anyway), how about a Voodoo doll for Christmas? Or perhaps it would be better for celebrating the Yuletide season... I'm told Jesus and Voodoo dolls don't get along. Anyway, the Mystic Voodoo has the largest selection of authentic handcrafted Voodoo dolls on the internet. Now this is one scary looking Voodoo doll! Granted, this guy probably won't win you any brownie points with anyone (unless they know who he is and what wonderful things he can do for you). Maybe a cute little handcrafted fairy would be better...or not.

This Voodoo doll is Ogun, the Father of Technology. Among a slew of other things, he brings work to the unemployed.

Perhaps a little more palatable is the adorable moss fairy. He is supposed to bring good fortune to whomever owns him.

So there you have it in a very small nutshell. To see many more or to find out more about who these guys are, check out the Mystic Voodoo. There's a spectacular Yuletide sale going on right now, so all you proud pagans go on over there and see what kind of gifts you can conjure up.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Lucky Gambling Charms

Lucky Gambling Charms

Gris Gris bags - the ultimate in good luck charms. Did you know that there are gris gris bags for every occasion? Since the beginning of time, people have used objects they were drawn to or items with special meaning to influence the outcome of specific events.
These pocket size gris gris bags combine the magickal powers of colors, herbs, stones, essential oils, and other magickal items and come complete with instructions. (via The Mystic Voodoo)

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Voodoo Couture

This is not just a slogan, folks...we're not just "working our voodoo magic" or "casting a spell" on someone by wearing someone's idea of Voodoo couture. No, this is the real thing. This is hip hoodoo voodoo conjure wear. Check it out at the Ju Ju Shoppe.

Pictured is Koz of Studio Voodoo wearing a Baron Samedi t-shirt.

Thursday, December 6, 2007

Africans Seek Passage to Holy Land

After walking thousands of miles to Egypt from their home countries, hundreds of Africans seek refuge in Israel after feeling disenchanted by their treatment in Egypt.