At a recent festival, as I walked through vendor row, I was somewhat startled at the number of vendors – probably at least half of them – who had dream catchers hanging from their tents. I didn’t stop to ask Continue reading Is That A Real Dream Catcher?
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
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
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
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
Planning Events: Learn from My mistakes We are currently right in the middle of festival season. There are indoor and outdoor events of all sorts all across the country. Some are religious and spiritual and others are regional specialty fairs Continue reading Festival and Event planing notes: Lessons from a beginner
Handfastings, Priesthood, Clergy, and Ordination, Oh My! The Story! A while back I was ordained, legally, to be recognized by the state. It’s an interesting thing, being ordained. According to most Pagan faiths, particularly in initiatory traditions, you become a Continue reading Pagan Clergy: Tips and Tricks for the Newly Ordained
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