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Interviews with DFW PPD & Sea Dog Nights

Posted by The Informative Voice Of Paganism on August 13, 2013 at 10:45 PM Comments comments (0)

August 10th

First Hour - Interview with the planning committee of DFW Pagan Pride Day

I was honored to be able to talk with Rob and his crew from DFW Pagan Pride Day event to discuss the big plans they are making to rejuvinate Pagan Prdie after taking a 2 year hiatus. 

You can find more info at 

Second Hour - Interview with Roz from Sea Dog Nights and Gypsey Parade in Salem, OR

I first came across Sea Dog Nights and Gypsey Parade on a video news broadcast of Pent O Clock News which is a pagan  orientated TV news cast located in Salem, OR.  Sea Dog nights originated as a SCA event and has grown into a full blown Pirate Festival and takes place early in July each year. They build replicas of the old sea rafing ships that were typically used by pirateers in the very early centuries.

 You can find out more information about this event by visiting 

Interview with Lettie Kelly

Posted by The Informative Voice Of Paganism on July 27, 2013 at 7:00 PM Comments comments (0)

July 27th 

2nd Hour Guest   Lettie Kelly

Lettie Kelly is a retired nurse, author of two books, ordained priestess of Wicca, and a Reiki Master.

Lettie began her writing after she had retired from mursing and started exploring her path from being christian to switching over to WIcca and Paganism since it made much more sense to her like it does with alot of us.

Her two books are:  Fairy Life and Rosie The Robin which is a children's book and you can find both on Amazon and soon to be at Barnes & Noble bookstores.

She has a very interesting and old school aproach to what she teaches and currently does her classes out of her own home. You can find her books under her pen name of Bella Dell.

Lettie also has a website for her Reiki sessions which you can find under  then she also has a Yahoo group under [email protected] 

To contact Lettie she has two emails 

   [email protected]   or   [email protected] 


Interview With Gypsey Teague

Posted by The Informative Voice Of Paganism on July 27, 2013 at 6:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Satuday July 27th

Interview with Gypesey Teague


Gypsey Teague is the Branch Head of the Gunnin Architecture Library at Clemson University. She has advanced degrees in Business Administration, Landscape Architecture, Regional and City Planning, Library and Information Science, and Community Mental Health Counseling. She is an Elder in the Georgian Tradition, a High Priestess (Gothia) in the Icelandic Norse path and the originator of the Steampunk Magical System. She is a noted lecturer and author, with seven novels and seven reference books to her credit, and regularly presents at library and popular culture conferences on Gender and Steampunk. With her spouse she is the owner of Upstate Steampunk a conference for Steampunk fans in South Carolina. She may be contacted at [email protected] or

I enjoyed the time speaking with Gypsey to get her life story and what she enjoys doing to help teach others. Visit her website to learn more! 

LIVE on location in Sept and Oct.

Posted by The Informative Voice Of Paganism on July 18, 2013 at 12:40 AM Comments comments (0)

St Cloud Pagan Radio will be LIVE on location at Central Iowa Pagan Pride in Des Moines Iowa  September 28th from Union Park on the NE side of town.

Then on October 12th, St Cloud Pagan Radio will be on location in Cedar Rapids Iowa for Eastern Iowa Pagan Pride with details to follow soon! 

If your event would like to gain some radio airtime, pleae contact Lynn at [email protected] for more information.

Where to find your local Pagan Pride Event

Posted by The Informative Voice Of Paganism on July 18, 2013 at 12:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Are you looking for your nearest local Pagan Pride Event?  Not sure where to look ?

Go to 

Here you will find the listings of practically everyt pagan pride event to take place across the country for 2013.

They break it down into sections of the country so you can narrow down where you are and where the nearest event will be where you live.

Have a reccomendation for a Pagan Pride Event?  Send an email to the admins for the site to submit your event if you do not see it listed.

Safe Travels 

Interview With Dr Stewart Bitkoff / Wax Chaotic

Posted by The Informative Voice Of Paganism on July 13, 2013 at 3:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Dr Stewart Bitkoff

Author and Spiritualist

Books:   The Ferryman's Dream

                A Commuter's Guide To Enlightenment 

 Today's discussion with Dr. Bitkoff covered different topics in regards to exerpts from his two books which I highly recommend to anyone who wants to learn more about your own spirituality and the path you walk. Along with some clips from his posts from  which covers a wide variety of topics and make for very good reading.

Join Me next saturday for a more in depth discussion with Dr. Bitkoff

Wax Chaotic

Music Group/Duo

Location:  Indianapolis, IN

CD's   TBA

The group consists of the husband and wife team of Katt and Sean McConnell 



Facebook: Wax Chaotic

Take the time to listen to their music and I think you will be inspired by what they have created, and they have more new titles coming up so be on the lookout for their new CD's that they are currently working on! 

Interview with Jenn Luna Wolf Of EIPP

Posted by The Informative Voice Of Paganism on July 2, 2013 at 12:50 AM Comments comments (0)

June 22nd, 2013

Radio Interview with Jenn Luna Wolf  Co Creator of Eastern Iowa Pagan Pride

Today I was pleased to be able to talk with Jenn Luna Wolf who is co ordinating the upcoming Eastern Iowa Pagan Pride Event in Cedar Rapids Iowa scheduled to take place October 12th 2013.

I discussed with her about what people can expect to be able to see and do during Pagan Pride as this will be the first annual Pride day for eastern Iowa, Jenn stated that this will be a totally FREE event for people to attend as the main focus is on the community and to see what kind of response they get from the local community to expand and plan for bigger events in the future.  Currently they have some entertainment lined up as well as music being provided by Silver Wolf Entertainment as well as some local singers, they also have some educational speakers who will be helping to educate others about paganism and spirituality along with fun stuff for kids to do as well.

Since this will be a first for the area, they are really hopeing for a good turnout and positive feedback so they know what to do to prepare for next year and the upcoming future, Pagan Pride events are truly becoming a popular time not only for the pagan community but for people in local communities as well so show your support and attend your local Pagan Pride event this summer and fall.

Interview With Spiral Rhythm

Posted by The Informative Voice Of Paganism on July 1, 2013 at 1:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Saturday June 29th, 2013

I was very pleased and excited to be able to spend time with my good friends from Spiral Rhythm again this past saturday as I was joined by all 7 members of the group!

The group is the most down to earth bunch of people I have had the pleasure of knowing and enjoying the music they create. When they are performing, the energy that they create and the response they receive from their loving fans is truly something magical. their main focus is giving their music to the pagan community and creating a positive energy atmosphere for the people who love their music and dance to each and every song they sing.

The group recently completed a new album which they solely relied on the contributions of the community and fans to help them create this new album with songs that reflect who they are and what they enjoy doing. you can findtheir new album on their website at and soon to be on ITunes and CDBaby.

If you have not listened to the music of Spiral Rhythm, I encourage each and every one of you to truly listen to the music and the words that go with the music and you will have a positive experience listening I gurantee it!

The seven members of the group consist of 6 women and 1 guy named Rick who is does drumming and vocals and surprisingly enough, it seems Rick and I had the same kind of upbringing in our music paths playing trumpet in school and I have to give him alot of credit by being the only male in this group of wild women lol.

Some ofthe members also have other talents of creating hand made items which they sell at local festivals which I will be adding links to each of their own websites they have created as vendors so stay tuned for that info to be coming very soon!

I also played two of their new songs off of the new album which I will be sharing at local events I will be DJing at and doing remote broadcasts from so many others will be able to listen to the new creations.

thank you too Spiral Rhythm for joining me once again for a fun filled afternoon!

Freedom To Fly Means Freedom To Fall

Freedom to Succeed Means Freedom To Fail

And Freedom to Rise Up Again! 

Interview with Iowa Pagan Pride & Cheshire Moon Band

Posted by The Informative Voice Of Paganism on May 31, 2013 at 5:40 PM Comments comments (0)

May 28th, 2013

I was joined by my special guests the event coordinators of Central Iowa Pagan Pride which is scheduled to take place September 28th, 2013 in Des Moines Iowa.

Chrissy and her husband have become good friends of mine and who I am also honored to give a helping hand to the event. they have several activities planned for both adults and the kiddies so everyone can have fun and learn what it is to be pagan. 

Then during the show I was joined by Eric and Izzy with Cheshire Moon band who will be performing at Central Iowa Pagan Pride this year, they hae their very one style of music which they put alot of soul and energ into so if you get the chance to attend Pagan Pride, I defiantely recommend listening to their music.  

You can learn more about the band and listen to their music at 

Emergency Preparedness

Posted by The Informative Voice Of Paganism on May 21, 2013 at 9:25 AM Comments comments (0)

This is one radio broadcast you do not want to miss! With severe weather and tornado season upon us, this is the time to start preparing ourselves and families in the event of an emergency.

Speaking as a former EMT and a current volunteer with CERT, I am doing this show to give everyone some helpful tips and a list of supplies you should always have to put together an emergency kit in the event of severe weather or tornado. Being prepared should always be a priority to anyone because you do not want to be the person being caught unprepared and then wondering "what do I do?" if an emergency happens. 

  This information could help save a life !  

Please tune in to 10 AM CDT TODAY!


                                                              How To Make Up A Emergency Kit

Your basic emergency kit should include:

• Water – one gallon per person per day

• Food – ready to eat or requiring minimal water

• Manual can opener and other cooking supplies

• Plates, utensils and other feeding supplies

• First Aid kit & instructions

• A copy of important documents & phone numbers

• Warm clothes and rain gear for each family member.

• Heavy work gloves

• Disposable camera

• Unscented liquid household bleach and an eyedropper for water purification

• Personal hygiene items including toilet paper, feminine supplies, hand sanitizer and soap

• Plastic sheeting, duct tape and utility knife for covering broken windows

• Tools such as a crowbar, hammer & nails, staple gun, adjustable wrench and bungee cords.

• Blanket or sleeping bag

• Large heavy duty plastic bags and a plastic bucket for waste and sanitation

• Any special-needs items for children,seniors or people with disabilities. Don’t forget water and supplies for your pets.


                                                                        Emergency Go Kit

                    This is a kit that you can take with you in case you have to evacuate your home

                    Prepare one Go-bag for each family member and make sure each has an I.D. 

• Flashlight

• Radio – battery operated

• Batteries

• Whistle

• Dust mask

• Pocket knife

• Emergency cash in small denominations and quarters for phone calls

• Sturdy shoes, a change of clothes, and a warm hat

• Local map

• Some water and food

• Permanent marker, paper and tape

• Photos of family members and pets for re-identification purposes

• List of emergency point-of -contact phone numbers

• List of allergies to any drug (especially antibiotics) or food

• Copy of health insurance and identification cards

• Extra prescription eye glasses, hearing aid or other vital personal items

• Prescription medications and first aid supplies

• Toothbrush and toothpaste

• Extra keys to your house and vehicle

• Any special-needs items for children,seniors or people with disabilities. Don’t forget to make a Go-bag for your pets.




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