In New York we decided to look at the city from way up high, the top of Rockefeller Center. The nice thing about the Top of the Rock is you get a great view of the Empire State Building along with everything else.
More from the Top of the Rock later.
I’m offering a class at the Northville Art House! It is a two hour workshop to learn how to carve your own rubber stamps from erasers. The workshop is Saturday, October 9th, from 1:00p.m. to 3:00p.m. It’s $20., and all the supplies are included. If you are interested, contact the Northville Art House at 248-344-0497.
We are back from our trip out east.
First stop, Kutztown, PA. We sold parts, we bought parts, we slept in the car, we watched radios burn.
comparing my foot with the foot in the bathroom.
Ogou is also from my Voodoo shrine series. Ogou is a warrior, he embodies all things masculine. Ogou also rules fire.
Ogou will help you with most any machinery. He is the one to call when the computer won’t work, the car isn’t starting, or you can’t seem to drive a nail straight into a piece of wood.
Maman Brigitte is another shrine in my Voodoo Alter series. She can be dangerous, she is the Lwa of Black Magic. Maman Brigitte is Baron Samedi’s wife, you will find her in cemeteries. She is the queen of all ancestors, invoke her to help with family relations.
We visited the water.
We visited small trucks.
We visited stones.
We visited a man in uniform.
We visited the beach.
We visited the dock.
Gran Bwa is another shrine in my Voodoo Alter series. Gran Bwa is the Lwa of the forest. He is part human and part tree.
Gran Bwa protects wildlife. Invoke Gran Bwa in times of sickness and confusion. He knows the natural world, and can help you find your way.
This is Papa Legba, from my Voodoo Alter series of shrines. Papa Legba is a very important member of the Voodoo Lwa, he is the gatekeeper. Anyone who wants to connect with the lwa must go through him. Papa Legba walks with a crutch because he has a foot in this world and a foot in the afterlife.
Invoke Papa Legba to protect your home, to help with disputes, and to help you find lost objects.