Jessyka Winston runs Haus of Hoodoo, a New Orleans-based botanica that offers healing and spiritual education.
Vodou Priestess Jessyka Winston had no plans of turning her spiritual practice into a business. Winston is now using Haus of Hoodoo as a platform to teach her followers the truth about Vodou and Hoodoo.
What measure of responsibility can then be ascribed to Gede, or to any other supernatural force, for Haiti's unparalleled catastophes?
Vodou is often misunderstood by Westerners. Troi Anderson's photos attempt to address that.
Vodou healer Manbo Katy is the subject of a new documentary by Broadly.
"Location, location, location," is the mantra of L.A. real estate agents may be as valid for encountering hot new gods as it is for scoring hot new properties in the city of Angels.
"Vodou heals the mind, soul and body."
Alaka Wali, The Field Museum’s Curator of North American Anthropology and Applied Cultural Research Director, said in a statement
If scholars and adherents of Vodou are to be believed, consistent portrayals of 'voodoo' practitioners as barbaric, violent and most of all as African-American, not only influences public perception of our religion, but perception of African-Americans.
Paul Krugman's "Voodoo Economics, The Next Generation" does not make any more sense today than it did back in 1980 when presidential candidate G. W. Bush used this term to criticize Ronald Reagan's claim that cutting taxes on the rich would actually -- "magically" lead to greater economic growth.