Growth and Advice in Paganism

Guest Author: Jedi Gordy Originally published at the Witches' Voice www.witchvox.com on August 15th. 2010 Reposted with the author's permission.A little background: I left fundamentalist Christianity because they said I needed to “pray to Jesus” harder to cure conditions that well, make me, me. They also supported the actions of churches that violate their tax-exempt status and Christian telemarketing centers that fire if you have a disability. I found that I had a conflict of morals with this … [Read more...]

How To Be a Practicing Pagan with a Chronic Illness

Guest Author: Nobby First Published at the Witches' Voice on August 1st. 2010 Reposted with the author's permission.I have a chronic illness and all the healing magic, alternative medicines, herbs or conventional medicine can’t make a lick of difference. My illness, while chronic and incurable, is also non-life threatening which is good. but does mean I’m in constant pain and always suffering from differing levels of fatigue.This can make it difficult to be active in pagan life. Camps and gat … [Read more...]

The TSA, religious preferences, disability, and you.

By MaseryThomas Sawyer "A retired special education teacher on his way to a wedding in Orlando, Fla., said he was left humiliated, crying and covered with his own urine after an enhanced pat-down by TSA officers recently at Detroit Metropolitan Airport." Thomas is a bladder cancer survivor. The x-ray picked up his medical device and he was pulled aside for a pat down. What happened was after several attempts at a private screening, he was escorted to an office. There he informed officers of … [Read more...]

The Magick and History of Medical Alert Identification Part 3: Choosing and Charging The Symbol

By MaseryThe main purpose of a medical alert ID is to communicate vital information about your health to paramedics. A limited number of characters will fit on the ID so always list main diagnosis, allergy, and main medication especially medication that can have serious side effects if combined with others or missed. Secondary information includes your name (at least first) and a significant contact person such as a relative or spouse. If there isn't room for personal names, that can be … [Read more...]


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