A New Look at Clergy Basics

When I first wrote this piece in its original form, it was in preparation for a small book.  I presented these points in a workshop at Michigan Pagan Fest in the June of 2015.  This is basically a word for Continue reading A New Look at Clergy Basics

Fighting the N Word Sigil – WARNING: contains profanity and offensive language

This piece was inspired by the conversations that this writer has been having over the last year in the Pagan Communities in Michigan.  It comes from all races.  Not seeming to understand how much they are feeding that peculiar servitor Continue reading Fighting the N Word Sigil – WARNING: contains profanity and offensive language

A Letter from a Black witchy mom about having natural pagan children in public schools

This is a letter that I had to literally slip into many a person’s in-boxes at my daughter’s schools. I am a mom. I am a Witch. I am hopeless at hair, even my own. Add to that the factor Continue reading A Letter from a Black witchy mom about having natural pagan children in public schools

Edain McCoy makes her way home through the veil

Edain McCoy (1957-2019) Pagan author, Witch, Brigid priestess, and shining guideposts for many a witch’s spiritual journey passed away today succumbing to influenza. She leave us with a legacy of a lifetime of works. One can measure the progression of Continue reading Edain McCoy makes her way home through the veil

Aid for The People-Detroit Food Not Bombs and Food Not Class Collective needs your help

Detroit is full of hearty people. Yes, I said hearty, because we have a lot of heart. Although many in the fundraiser entitled Mutual Aid for The People-Detroit Food Not Bombs/Not Class Collective fly under your radar, they are doing the Continue reading Aid for The People-Detroit Food Not Bombs and Food Not Class Collective needs your help

D.J. Conway passes through the veil

D.J. Conway, widely known metaphysical author, born 1939, died on February 1, 2019. Her body of works served many newcomers to the world of Paganism, primarily Wicca-esque, as the first path stones to a new world. For some of us, Continue reading D.J. Conway passes through the veil

Let’s have a chat about what just happened to the Freedom of Information Act

There is a tool in the hands of the public undergoing radical change. The Freedom of Information Act is one of the strongest forms of forced transparency that citizens have when researching the actions of government agencies their actors. More Continue reading Let’s have a chat about what just happened to the Freedom of Information Act

PBN Blues Series: “Garter Snake Blues” by Victoria Spivey

Sometimes as magickal/spiritual workers in the business of selling our services to clients, we find that we are helping folks who are generally not held in the best regard in society.  Cultural mores and standards can come into play when Continue reading PBN Blues Series: “Garter Snake Blues” by Victoria Spivey

PBN Blues Series: “Death Bell Blues” Tom Dickson

The art of divination is delightful and challenging.  When doing it for clients, it is one of the best ways to determine a course of action and a situational analysis.  Oracular information often leads to a Butterfly Effect of revelation Continue reading PBN Blues Series: “Death Bell Blues” Tom Dickson

PBN Blues Series: “I Want a Little Sugar In My Bowl” Nina Simone

As a vendor of various supplies for every sort of human need and condition, Pagan and Spiritualist business folk inevitably meet is the question of sex magick. Yessss, sex, that lovely passion that is shared by the majority of the Continue reading PBN Blues Series: “I Want a Little Sugar In My Bowl” Nina Simone

PBN Blues Series: “Michigan Water Blues” by Jelly Roll Morton

We return to our series for the Pagan practitioner with another PBN Blues Series installment. Did you miss us? We missed you. *We would also like to remind you, Flint, Michigan still does not have clean water.”   There are Continue reading PBN Blues Series: “Michigan Water Blues” by Jelly Roll Morton

Supreme Court rules against organized workers’ right to sue

  Today, the United States Supreme Court ruled against the right of employees to file class action suits if they signed arbitration agreements conditional to employment. The decision now limits the pursuit of legal remedy, in these cases, to  single Continue reading Supreme Court rules against organized workers’ right to sue

PBN Blues Series: ” Vampire Women” by Spark Plug Smith

Welcome back to another installment of our PBN Blues Series. Today we examine the dilemma of the husband enslaved by a wife’s greed, and the wife disappointed in her husband. As a worker, you will find situations that come to Continue reading PBN Blues Series: ” Vampire Women” by Spark Plug Smith

Metro Detroit Pagan Community Statement of Concern 2018 – G.L.W.C of Michigan

The G.L.W.C. of Michigan just issued this press release. Full disclosure, I am on that council board.   Metro Detroit Pagan Community Statement of Concern 2018   METRO DETROIT, APRIL 12, 2018 — Actions and circumstances have necessitated, in the Continue reading Metro Detroit Pagan Community Statement of Concern 2018 – G.L.W.C of Michigan

PBN Blues Series: “The Ballad of Stagger Lee” by Mississippi John Hurt

It is time for another installment in our PBN Blues Series. I hope you are having as much fun reading it as I am writing it. It is also my hope that you are enjoying the music that accompanies each Continue reading PBN Blues Series: “The Ballad of Stagger Lee” by Mississippi John Hurt