Altar with Orisha dolls
Here are some links to other African and diaspora witchcraft sites that we like.
Photos of Sheloya's ceremonies and rituals, and information on Obeah, African diaspora sorcery and witchcraft.
Translations of beautiful Slavic chants and spells, and Slavic spirituality and ritual information.
The Broke Bruja
Information and thoughts on Brujeria for actual practitioners. Find economical and natural ways to get things done.
An online learning center and community for effective witchcraft.
Information about medicinal plants used in Ethiopia and the diaspora.
List of Herbs
A big list of herbs, and their culinary, medicinal, and magickal uses.
The official page of Voodoo Doughnut, the most awesome fried pastries ever. The magic is in the hole. 😉
Bases for soaps and shampoos and other basics for witches who like to roll their own.
Lucky Mojo Curio Co.
A wonderful catalogue of supplies for Hoodoo, rootwork, and witchcraft. Lots of pre made preparations, oils, soaps, colognes, and powders, as well as bulk herbs. They also have lots of useful information and forums with helpful and experienced folks.
Pure Aroma Oils
Essential oils, attars, and other spa and perfume supplies, based in India, with flat rate shipping.
Save on Scents
Pure essential oils, fragrance oils, and perfumery, soap, and candlemaking supplies.
Thailand Unique Edible Insects
If you need edible insects or insect flours for powders, this is a place to get them.
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African and Diaspora Witchcraft Group on PaganSpace
Discuss African and diaspora witchcraft with other members on PaganSpace.net
Occult1.com's blog with some standard Afro-hispanic recipes for incense and floor wash. You will need some knowledge of ceremonial magick to use them effectively, but you'll get an idea of the ingredients involved.
Book of Tides
A blog by and for sea witches. Those who are drawn to specialize in sea and water based magick will love this site.
Hoodoo, rootwork, and conjure by Rev. Carolina Dean, using natural herbs, patience, and sound mystical practice.
A repository of witchcraft information including herbs, spells, lore, and other goodies.
If you write about African or diaspora witchcraft or know of a good addition to this list, suggest your link.