Victoria Alexander

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Victoria Alexander lives in Las Vegas and when she is not going to movies she is clubbing and gambling. Victoria likes to travel to exotic locations – any place where there is the threat of kidnapping, a coup de tat, or civil unrest.

Victoria’s other interest is religion. She engages in all spiritual disciplines including Catholicism, Candomblé, Spiritism, Hinduism, and Tibetan Buddhism. Victoria’s breakthrough research, “The Alexander UFO Religious Crisis Survey,” a survey of 1000 theologians on the impact of UFO’s on religion, is available at

Since 2000, Victoria has studied with Peruvian curanderos and is a strong advocate of the visionary plant ayahuasca. She next plans to take initiation in the Brazilian religion of Quimbanda.

Photo of Victoria’s shrine to Exú with his female counterpart Pomba Gira. Exú is an Orisha and one of the most important deities of the Yoruba religion.

Exú has a wide range of responsibilities: the protector of travelers, god of roads, particularly crossroads, the deity with the power over fortune and misfortune, and the personification of death, a psychopomp. Every religious ceremony or ritual begins with an offering to Exú since failure to do so guarantees failure in the intent of the ceremony. Exú is revered in the African diasporic faiths Santeria/Lukumi and Candomble.