55 Ways to Connect to Goddess

Now live and available 55 Ways to Connect to Goddess by Lilith Dorsey.

Why you might need this book?

We all have moments where we feel disconnected. Despite the billions of people on the planet, solitude can often turn into loneliness and in those moments we can reach out. Reach out to Goddess, to Spirit, to the divine essence of the universe. This book will remind you of ways you may have known as a child, before anyone told you that fairies weren't real and Santa didn't come down the chimney. Hopefully it will provide you with ways you never thought of before.

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“God may be in the details, but the goddess is in the questions. Once we begin to ask them, there's no turning back.” - Gloria Steinem

Now available from Amazon. Thanks for all your support, and if you could please consider leaving a review and helping this hardworking woman out ! Many blessings and enjoy!

 

Also check out my Voodoo and Afro-Caribbean Paganism and The African-American Ritual Cookbook.

To purchase or find out more check out Lilith Dorsey's Amazon author page.

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African-American Ritual Cookbook
African-American Ritual Cookbook by Lilith Dorsey

“Spiritually and physically yummy” - Amazon reviewer

This is a ritual cookbook with divine recipes for love, money healing, protection, luck and more. Sample specialties from around the Afro-Disaporan world as you bring about positive change in your life. Written by an actual initiate and scholar of New Orleans Voodoo, Santeria, and Haitian Vodou.

From the Author:

Sacred food has always been a passionate interest of mine. I wrote the African-American Ritual Cookbook, after years of cooking, study, and ceremony with many Voodoo and Santeria priestesses. Everyone has to eat. It is the simplest and in a way most sincere way we have with connecting to the divine. I believe that you are never too old or young to learn how to cook. Some of you may be surprised to hear that I put in my requisite parental time as a girl scout leader. Part of my duties somehow ended up being that I was to help the girls gain their outdoor cooking badge. It was a bit nerve-wracking helping a bunch of 9 year old girls, most of whom weren't allowed to use the microwave, navigate fire, propane, and matches. We made it through in one piece, my own daughter even went on to get her degree in restaurant management at Cornell, and now manages a restaurant for a world renowned chef. Please check out the African-American Ritual Cookbook it is filled with great recipes like this one for New Orleans Ritual Voodoo Coffee.

New Orleans Ritual Voodoo Coffee - There are many different ritual coffee drinks used around the world. Many of these are alcoholic and are used both as offerings to the gods, and fortification for the worshipers. The following is dedicated to my friends at the Voodoo Spiritual Temple in New Orleans, and the coffeehouse Voobrew Café which used to be next door.

  • 1 large cup dark roast coffee with chicory
  • 1 healthy dash cream
  • 1 pinch cinnamon
  • 1 pinch nutmeg
  • 1 healthy dash rum ( we prefer Barbancourt)
  • 1 tsp. cocoa powder

Mix together and enjoy.

 

"Awesome. The only book of its kind." - Dorothy Morrison, author Utterly Wicked: Curses, Hexes & Other Unsavory Notions

“Groundbreaking... Engages the head with extensive accounts of the diasporic African religions, the hands with the useful practical descriptions of their magick and spellcraft, and the heart with wise advice.” - Louis Martinie, co-author New Orleans Voodoo Tarot.

Few religions are as misunderstood as Afro-Caribbean traditions like Voodoo, Yoruba tradition, Candomble, Shango, Santeria also known as La Regla Lukumi, and Obeah. Even the most wide ranging books about Paganism rarely include a discussion of the African-based earth religions.

Voodoo and Afro-Caribbean Paganism provides readers with a comprehensive explanation of each religion, a discussion of the many issues they face today, and an up-to-date list of helpful resources. With a foreword by well-known Wicca and Druid expert Isaac Bonewits, Voodoo and Afro-Caribbean Paganism provides what Pagan bookshelves have long needed: a clear road map to understanding the rituals, history, and the shared beliefs and differences of the many Afro-Caribbean traditions.

Table of Contents
Part One: Sacred Religions

  1. 1. Roots Old and New: The Yoruba Connection
  2. 2. Haitian Vodou: Effective Power
  3. 3. New Orleans Voodoo and Hoodoo: The Amazing and the Obscure
  4. 4. Santeria: The Rule of the Divine
  5. 5. Shango, Obeah, and Myalism: Connection and Conjure
  6. 6. Candomble, Spiritism and Umbanda in Brazil: A Community, a Space, a Dance, and a Religion

Part Two: Sacred Practices

  1. 7. Shrines of Africa and Beyond
  2. 8. Voodoo and Santeria Magic and Spellcraft
  3. 9. Voodoo and Santeria Religious Rituals
  4. 10. Voodoo, Santeria, and Candomble on the Silver Screen
  5. 11. Voodoo Gold at the Rainbow's End
  6. Recommended Readings and Resources
  7. Voodoo and Santeria Resources

Love MagicBased on years of magical experience and prodigious research, Love Magic includes sections on such topics as self-love, marriage, fertility, erotic adventures, the ethics of love magic, and more. The spells are drawn from a wide diversity of magical traditions and focus on an equally diverse situations. There are spells for finding love, keeping love, and healing yourself so that you are ready for love. The book also includes rituals for invoking goddesses of love. Dorsey considers and discusses all facets of the romantic experience.

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Let's face it we are obsessed, inspired, delighted, and in love with love. And here is the go-to book for every spell you will ever need for finding and keeping romance, passion, sex, marriage, fertility, and love in your life. Rooted in serious scholarship while still exploring the weird, wild, and wonderful side of love magic, this book provides expert advice and genuine spells that work to bring you your heart's desire.

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