Video: Witchcraft & Voodoo Episode 8 – The Money Issue

Should religion have a price? What about a practitioner’s skills? In Wicca we advise that we should never charge for the Craft; but what, exactly, does that entail? If we, as Priestesses and Priests of the lwa and the old gods, are not going to charge for our services, how do we support ourselves and our work? Sable Aradia, Wiccan Priestess, and Lilith Dorsey, Voodoo Priestess, discuss these hard issues.

Source: Video: Witchcraft & Voodoo Episode 8 – The Money Issue

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~ by Sable Aradia on July 5, 2016.

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