Another FREE Ebook from the Universal Society of Ancient Ministry

Culpeper’s Complete Herbal
by Nicholas Culpeper

It’s been the classic for over 350 years. As charming and elegant as the 17th-century original, this groundbreaking herbal guide combines Nicholas Culpeper’s fascinating text with up-to-date information and modern, delightful full-color illustrations. Culpeper—a famed astrologer, physician, and author—covered almost 400 herbs and plants from Aconite, Adder’s Tongue, and Agaric to Yarrow, Yew, and Yucca. For each entry, he gave both the Latin and common names of each, details on where to find it, and its flowering time, astrology, and medicinal virtues. Following the alphabetical list of herbs comes the inventory of illnesses and their cures, as it appeared in 1649. Many of these plants still occupy a prominent position in the dispensaries of today’s herbalists, so in addition to Culpeper’s entertaining and often caustic comments and descriptions there are notes on contemporary usage by an established practitioner. A beautiful and useful handbook.

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http://usoam.org/pdf/culpeperHerbal.pdf

Universal Society of Ancient Ministry is proud to announce

We are celebrating the official acceptance of our trademark today! One year ago Universal Society of Ancient Ministry absorbed Pagans In Need to run under the Churches 501(c)3 Our trademark has been approved! It’s official! We now own the rights to the name: “Pagans In Need”and “PIN”. This now means that we can now publish and print our name with legal support.

Gerrybrete Leonard CEO/HPS
admin@usoam.org
http://usoam.org

Toys for Yule

The Universal Society of Ancient Ministry along with Pagans in Need and the Phoenix Cafe, is having a Toys for Yule Drive, to provide Yule & Christmas assistance to families in need. Families with children ages 0-11 may apply for this program and receive toys and food. You can apply through http://usoam.org or http://pagansinneed.org

The mission of the Universal Society of Ancient Ministry Toys for Yule Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each year, and distribute those toys as Yule gifts to needy children in the community.

On 12/14/2014 from 11am to 5 pm at the Phoenix Café, Universal Society of Ancient Ministry will be giving away Toys for Yule and Food Baskets. The Phoenix Café is located at:
24918 John R Rd
Hazel Park, MI 48030
(248) 439-0334

Donate Toys Locally
You can contribute to your local Toys for Yule campaign in several ways. You can donate a NEW UNWRAPPED toy at one of the area toy drop locations; host a Toys for Yule event at your home, office or other venue and collect toys for Toys for Yule. For more information please contact http://usoam.org or http://pagansinneed.org

Drop them off here:
Mama Tracy, Inc.
23614 Vanborn
Dearborn Heights, MI 48125
734-626-5436

Candle Wick Shoppe
195 W Nine Mile Rd Suite B1
Ferndale, MI 48220
248-547-2987

Mystic Moon LLC
28738 John R
Madison Hgts, MI. 48071
248-545-7760

Gemini Moon
61 Macomb Place
Mt. Clemens MI 48048
586-222-2836

Crystal Pathways
48117 Van Dyke Ave
Shelby Twp, MI 48317
(586) 997-3114

At Mystic Mountain
418 E 4th St,
Royal Oak, MI 48067
248-336-1662

Off the Beaten Path Books
33314 Grand River Ave
Farmington, Michigan 48336
(248) 987-6055

Little Witches Ball fun for all

by Kenya Davis

Bright Blessings.
Some of the folks on the front line of candy dance central
Mistress Belladonna

“It’s not fair,” said a small girl to her mother. And that is what started the seed in the mind of Reverend Gerrybrete Leonard of the Universal Society of Ancient Ministry to host a ball for the Pagan children of Southeastern Michigan this October. So, on October 10, a VFW hall was transformed by a team of dedicated volunteers from the Universal Society of Ancient Ministry, Witches of Michigan, and the Michigan Witch’s Ball.

Early in the day, a team of dedicated volunteers descended upon the little hall in Warren and made mundane magic happen. Black and orange streamers, decorations and wrist bands, and over 200 pounds of chocolate decked the place. Festive costumes, seemingly endless bowls of candy, and an empire of soft drinks were their mission to establish, and this they did well.

Admission for adults was $7.50, children were $5.00, and any guests of the discarnate variety were free of charge. Children boo-gied to the sounds of 80’s hits courtesy of a volunteer Disc Jockey. The affair lasted from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m., but little eyes and faces were drooping around 9:45 that evening. All the pizza one could eat was also included in the entry fee.

Gordon Ireland was on hand to give his blessing to the event. As the face of the Midwest Witches Ball (Michigan Witches Ball), it was fitting that he bask in the joy of the event as the extension of his hard work and those of the volunteers who made it happen this year. Merlyn Firstborn and his lovely wife, known for Witches of Michigan, were on hand as well. Merlyn stood a vigilant, yet jubilant, watch over all as the children and families made merry.

The hit costume of the night was an ensemble enterprise. The evil queen from Snow White, the Dwarves, and even the Poison apple made an appearance that was not to be forgotten. Local Pagan and spiritual vendors also attended with their loved ones to make this a hit. This interfaith event welcomed all and Christian and Wiccan children partied into the night by this writers candy stash. A cache which was quite sizable, by the way.

This event is sure to become an treasured tradition. Next year, they are hoping to make it even bigger. Volunteers are always welcome. Well done, folks, well done.

Blessed Be.

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This Months FREE EBook is: Natural Herbal Cures & Remedies

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Well you will be surprised to know that there is another way; a much healthier alternative that has been around for hundreds of years! Yes natural herbal cures have been around from the beginning of time but we rarely even use them because of the amount of media and advertising surrounding the importance of pharmaceutical synthetic drugs.