My name is Tracey Rollin,
and welcome to my site.
A little bit more about me.
I was born and raised in New Mexico. I grew up surrounded by a culture within a culture. My own mother is a German immigrant and a devout Catholic, and she raised me in the ways and traditions of her people. My childhood memories are just as full of stories of Thor and Freya as they are of stained glass church windows!
I also enjoyed being surrounded by my warm and friendly Hispanic friends, many of whom were recent Mexican immigrants. Their mothers accepted me quickly into their extended families, calling me “mija” (shortened from the Spanish “mi hija,” which means “my daughter”) and telling me the same stories that they told their own children. I feel lucky to have grown up surrounded by two so different – and in their own ways, so similar – cultures.
In my teenage years, my own enthusiasm for the Catholic Church began to wane when I studied the history of why women could not be ordained as priests. Soon I began to practice chaos magic and witchcraft, and have done so for the past twenty years. I have since dedicated my life to the advancement of consciousness, spiritual understanding, and personal strength.
Over the years several of my private students have pushed me to commit my simple magical methods to paper. I published my guide, Meditation Beads for Witches, (available here on Amazon) in May 2014. That led to me being asked to write for The Portal magazine. My article, “The Pearls of Isis,” appears in their Spring 2016 issue.
I began working with Santa Muerte a number of years ago using methods that were familiar to me because of my Catholic childhood roots. My successes have been quite gratifying, and I am proud to be sharing my successes with you. My upcoming book, Santa Muerte – the History, Rituals and Magic of Our Lady of the Holy Death, will be published by Red Wheel/Weiser Press in fall of 2017!
Keep checking this space for spells, rituals, and blog posts related to Santa Muerte and the practice of magic. I hope that you are well!
My Recent Posts
Niña Roja, the Red Aspect of Santa Muerte
The red aspect of Santa Muerte deals with love and lust. This is whom you petition to get a lover – or to get your lover back!
Niña Negra, the Black Aspect of Santa Muerte
The black aspect of Santa Muerte is a powerful protector, as well as an expert at breaking spells…