Pagan Business Network Member Blogs

Much magick is born in the moment of necessity. This month, my immediate need was to find something interesting to entertain and enlighten my monthly community tarot group. I don't always like to take credit for my great ideas, because often they don't feel like my own. Often, they feel like [...]
Wed, Dec 16, 2015
Source: The Minoan Path
Lots of us have a hard time figuring out holiday music. We want something that evokes the sound of Yuletide music from our childhoods but we don't want to be forced to celebrate a religious experience that we don't share. So here's a short list of some Pagan [...]
Wed, Dec 16, 2015
Source: The Minoan Path
After the second Battle of Moy Tura, Macha traveled throughout Ireland. “What news?” they would ask wherever she went, and this is what she told them. Although there is no evidence that the Kelts of Bronze and Iron Age Ireland observed the winter solstice—unlike the Stone Age people who raised New [...]
Wed, Dec 16, 2015
Source: The Minoan Path
It's always tricky, reconstructing ancient religious practices. We may or may not have reliable sources of information and from a distance of centuries, it's hard to tell what really happened way back then. It's especially tricky when the only written records we have were recorded by people who weren't exactly [...]
Wed, Dec 16, 2015
Source: The Minoan Path
People in Japan and Palestine find common ground rebuilding their communities. A Jewish survivor of the Holocaust decries racist attitudes towards modern refugees. And the Front National, a populist and xenophobic party in France, rises in electoral support. It's Fiery Tuesday, our weekly segment on political and societal news from [...]
Tue, Dec 15, 2015
Source: The Minoan Path
What makes this time of year what it is and the celebrations that spring forth therefrom the world over. [...]
Tue, Dec 15, 2015
Source: Paths Through the Forests
A guest post I did for Nimue Brown's blog Druid Life Folk and fairy tales have come down to us through the ages. They continue to be birth themselves today with modern authors like Terri Windling's The Wood Wife, and... Continue Reading → [...]
Tue, Dec 15, 2015
Source: Elen Sentier – behind every creative woman there’s usually a rather talented cat
On the COP … well … I began my personal crusade about global warming back in the late 1960s and early 70s when I first read Lovelock's Gaia principle. Perhaps, if anyone had taken notice and done things then we... Continue Reading → [...]
Sun, Dec 13, 2015
Source: Elen Sentier – behind every creative woman there’s usually a rather talented cat
Each year I encounter something that most Pagans know, but the general public is oddly oblivious to. People who casually complain about the dark and don't know about the shortest day of the year, or even when it is. I know this because that is when I mention that soon [...]
Fri, Dec 11, 2015
Source: Paths Through the Forests
I wish I had more time to read; sadly, at least until the Tarot of Bones is done my time is going to be pretty chewed up with work. I have managed to finish a few books, though, and I wanted to offer up a selection of mini-reviews for your [...]
Thu, Dec 10, 2015
Source: A Sense of Natural Wonder
Lovely guest blog on dark literature from Melusine Draco on Sheena Cundy's blog … “You'll enjoy these,” said my friend. “Couple of them are a bit on the dark side.” Being of a Gothic-bent in my youth I do... Continue Reading → [...]
Thu, Dec 10, 2015
Source: Elen Sentier – behind every creative woman there’s usually a rather talented cat
Fun blog from Tom Cox about a walk he did on Dartmoor … I was trying unsuccessfully to find some picture hooks so I thought I'd have a look in a drawer in my garage. I'd not been in there... Continue Reading → [...]
Wed, Dec 09, 2015
Source: Elen Sentier – behind every creative woman there’s usually a rather talented cat
good blog by Nimue Brown and it's a good book 🙂 I spend a lot of time talking about books. Partly because, some of the time, it's my job to do so. How cool is that? I also spend a... Continue Reading → [...]
Tue, Dec 08, 2015
Source: Elen Sentier – behind every creative woman there’s usually a rather talented cat
So for months I've been alluding to a Big Secret that I've been keeping. Now, I hate keeping secrets, at least the sort that I know I can eventually reveal. I'm impatient and it takes me oodles of willpower to not just blab the news everywhere until the time is [...]
Mon, Dec 07, 2015
Source: A Sense of Natural Wonder
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Earlier this year I talked about my dislike of plastics in my art supplies, and how challenging it can be to find materials that don't include petroleum-based synthetics. I already discussed the pros of using real fur (and, by extension, real leather) over plastic-based fake hides, and now I'd like [...]
Wed, Dec 02, 2015
Source: A Sense of Natural Wonder
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Hey, folks! I've updated my events and appearances page at http://www.thegreenwolf.com/events-and-appearances/ with a calendar of all my confirmed events for the next several months! A few highlights: –I'm returning to Heartland Pagan Festival in Kansas as a presenter after nearly a decade away, and I'm going to be a featured guest [...]
Tue, Dec 01, 2015
Source: A Sense of Natural Wonder
Lupa Greenwolf returns from her hiatus with a consideration on right, wrong, and wolves. [...]
Tue, Dec 01, 2015
Source: Paths Through the Forests
Ok, where did the year go? How is it already December? I know I didn't sleep through it, because I'm way too tired to have actually slept that long. School for the kids has taken considerably more time and brain power this year than one would have expected. It's complicated, [...]
Tue, Dec 01, 2015
Source: Janet Callahan – Writer – Priestess – Mom
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Over the years, my spirituality has shifted in the nature of its practice. For a long time I was a dedicated ritualist. I spent hours before my altar, altering my state of consciousness through chants and dance, and working myself into an endorphin-fueled high that helped me to break out [...]
Fri, Nov 27, 2015
Source: A Sense of Natural Wonder
Can you find the critter on the Autumn Ground? [...]
Sat, Nov 21, 2015
Source: Paths Through the Forests
"One day it hit me – I no longer believe that there is a God, I no longer believe Christianity. I just couldn't. It didn't make any sense. Having everything I thought was foundational about my place in the world fall out from under me left me feeling the need [...]
Fri, Nov 20, 2015
Source: Paths Through the Forests
In order to serve the community better Mystic Echoes has added a discussion board and forum to the website. The moderators of the forum are not members of the Mystic Echoes staff. They are simply people who have given their time voluntarily to help make our community a [...]
Wed, Nov 04, 2015
Source: Mystic Echoes
PBN swag bags
Today I am going to write a brief blog post about the importance of these swag bags and how they can really help your business grow. As a member of the Pagan Business Network I happily supply samples of products with my business card for these bags. I [...]
Thu, Oct 22, 2015
Source: Mystic Echoes
Meadowlark full set
Product Review: Holistic Balms from Meadowlark Botanical One of the resources I have been taking advantage of as a member of the Pagan Business Network is the use of trades. I will trade some of my products with members of the network for some of their products and or [...]
Wed, Oct 21, 2015
Source: Mystic Echoes
Ancestor Oil
Ancestor Oil Today I am going to talk to you a bit about my ancestor oil and a bit about ancestor veneration since they are connected. This oil was crafted to be a tool in ancestral veneration. This oil was created to be used as an offering to your ancestors. [...]
Wed, Oct 21, 2015
Source: Mystic Echoes
Happiness Incense and Powder
A Happiness Working One of my favorite products is my Happiness Incense blend. It became a major part of my cleansing rituals and workings for a long time because of how effective it is in magic. Its also a very uplifting scent. I've found that the potent spirit [...]
Sat, Oct 03, 2015
Source: Mystic Echoes
First, a little history. Back in the late 1920s, Dr. Edward Bach was working as a physician in London. He was frustrated by the fact that modern medicine was shifting focus from healing people to treating symptoms (sound familiar?) After some thought, he left his medical practice and moved to [...]
Mon, Sep 21, 2015
Source: Janet Callahan – Writer – Priestess – Mom
As a business owner, one of the hardest challenges I have faced is marketing. I am a little bit of an introvert and I am not that great at selling myself. That's what you do when you are an artist. You sell yourself. Your very industry [...]
Mon, Sep 07, 2015
Source: Me
Pagan women of color media project is seeking submissions
This writer is working on a book. A very unique book. A book of images of Pagan Women of Color. And the reason this is happening is because there are so few of them out there in... [...]
Wed, Aug 19, 2015
Source: Mistress Belladonna – Paganism Detroit Examiner
Public Flier from American Indian Health and Family Services
On Friday, September 18, American Indian Health and Family Services of Detroit will be hosting a traditional native dinner and educational experience. The workshop is called "Decolonzing Our Diet: Healing Our Bodies, Healing Ourselves".... [...]
Wed, Aug 19, 2015
Source: Mistress Belladonna – Paganism Detroit Examiner

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