Members of the Phoenix pagan community use terms such as Druid, heathen, pantheist, neo-pagan, shaman, Wiccan (cq) and witch to define the belief systems and traditions they follow. Within the different groups, individuals adopt ideals and practices that fit with their spiritual paths.
Through workshops, classes, rituals, local groups, vendors and individuals, people outside and within this community can learn more about pagan spiritual paths during the 13th annual Phoenix Pagan Pride Day on Sunday, Nov. 9.
Sheloya (Sis. Nicole) is a licensed U.L.C. Modesto minister, spiritual counselor, sorceress, and king of Ile Baalat Teva. She believes in education and empowerment of individuals with a holistic approach to spirituality.
Order a bone reading from Sheloya to find out what the Spirits have to say about your future.
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