A look at 318,240 minutes in Pagan Leadership regarding diversity in Michigan

When I was a young girl, my father once said to me that the greatest theft that can happen to anyone is that of time. Time is the unit in which we measure our lives. Time is the concept that Continue reading A look at 318,240 minutes in Pagan Leadership regarding diversity in Michigan

A year in review: hope, hatred, and hegemony in 2020 America

This year draws toward the end of an cultural cycle in the American Presidency, George Floyd and police reform bills, and the coming of age of new activism for all of us. The crescendoed voices of change, separatism, hatred, and Continue reading A year in review: hope, hatred, and hegemony in 2020 America

Despacho Ceremony

The Despacho Ceremony is a sacred prayer ceremony for harmony, health and hope; normally done on Earth Day or during the New Moon. We make cloth bundles of flowers, seeds, and small personal offerings such as a lock of your Continue reading Despacho Ceremony

Death Dogs of Egypt

“ Today is a good day to Die” Keifer Sutherland in the classic mild horror movie, FLATLINERS, 1990 One of the Gede family: Baron Samedi would say that everyday is a “GOOD day to Die”!! However, this is not a Continue reading Death Dogs of Egypt

The story of “A”, a Pagan protester part 6

 This this whole situation just really opened up my eyes to just how, how dark things can be when you think that they’re actually supposed to be good. Um, I really don’t know a better way to word that. These Continue reading The story of “A”, a Pagan protester part 6