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January 26, 2018

Recently temperatures dropped so low in New Orleans bridges and interstates were closed and the city’s public works were pushed to their limits. It wasn’t just the temperature, there was a great deal of ice on roads and sidewalks around the area. People went days witho...

January 3, 2018

Biodynamic gardening is a holistic and organic method of agriculture that is part of a larger philosophy and science created by Austrian scientist and esotericist Rudolf Steiner. Steiner created Anthroposophy, also known as Spiritual Science, which believes in an objec...

November 23, 2017

Ed and I live in a magical city; a very diverse occult community. There are Wiccans, Family Traditional Witches, Initiated Lineage Covens, Conjure Folk, Hoodoo practitioners, Haitian Vodou practitioners, New Orleans VooDoo practitioners, Santeras and Santeros, Palo May...

October 28, 2017

Glass jars are really the only acceptable way to store herbs and plants.  This is what all herbalists will say. It is a huge expense and pain in the ass because it takes so much room. Glass jars don't squash down in tubs.  But Ed and I are committed to the quality of o...

October 28, 2017

The art and science of compost making is as ancient as dirt. Soil in the modern age is in dire condition, polluted with toxic chemicals, heavy metals and acid rain. It is dead and void of life and love.  Farmers of old knew how to reincorporate old plant material, anim...

October 28, 2017

When we moved to New Orleans in 2013, we rented a very small apartment with a very small courtyard. 

The rents are fairly high near the center of the galaxy, so we opted to be about a mile from  the French Quarter, and to go small. We moved to St. Claude Avenue in...

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