Voodoo Spiritual Temple, New Orleans
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The website stated a fire February 2016 forced them to move to 1428 n. Rampart. I will be there in October looking for this ne location.
Visit Priestess Miriam. She is a wonderful, kind soul. Learn about New Orleans Voodoo in a safe, non-scary setting based on spirit. Definitely a different experience, but a NOLA experience worth doing... read more »
I stopped by here upon suggestion from a local as well as some good reviews online. I was looking for an authentic voodoo/ root religion experience after learning a lot about it locally. Going in expe... read more »
This place was unlike any place I have been and felt more "authentic" then the other spots I visited in the quarter. Miriam was very nice to us, and we chatted for a little bit. She is interesting to talk to, that's for sure. If you get a chance to walk through the temple, do it. I can't really describe what the hell was going on in there but there are things to look at in every square inch of the place.
I have been to the Temple several times and it has been a life changing place for me, and Miriam is a woman of very high integrity and has a true and devoted interest in wanting to heal and make the world a better, more loving ,and more spiritually attuned place. I have no doubt that should I ever knock on her door in need of help of any kind she would open her door and her vast heart to help me. The altars are fascinating and beautiful and resonant with devotional spiritual energy and she has copal and other cool rare stuff in her gift store.
Priestess Miriam and the Voodoo Spiritual Temple have a new location at 1428 N Rampart!
Five stars for interest, with an amazing range of artifacts to see and incense, blessed candles etc. to buy. One star for an utterly baffling Priestess Miriam, who welcomed our tour group but seems to have a woozy grasp on what to do with visitors.
This is a very good place to visit
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