Michael Cheiron

About

Michael Cheiron is a world traveler and teacher who has explored many spiritual paths during his life. As a Teaching Reiki Master and a teacher of metaphysics, mysticism and the occult, he owned and operated 'Wisdom Quest' metaphysical school in Atlanta for several years. Michael was on the faculty of the Atlantian Mystery School and has taught at many Pagan Festivals, Pagan Pride Days and other gatherings in the Southeast. Michael is an Elder and past Board member of Family Wiccan Traditions International. He is the founder, High Priest and Elder of LunaFyre Sanctuary in the North Georgia Mountains and a High Priest with the Family of the Rising Phoenix in California. He is very active in the Atlanta Pagan Community and as a member of Covenant of the Goddess, has a prison outreach program. In addition to being a well known teacher and mentor in the Pagan community, Michael is working on a book about "Men in the Craft", to come out next year. He is a retired therapist with a masters degree in social work (MSW) and a doctorate in Gerontology.

Articles by Michael Cheiron

Death Notes by Seade Danu

Saturday, December 7th, 2013

“The most important things are the hardest to say. They are the things you get ashamed of, because words diminish them—words shrink things that seemed limitless when they were in your head to no more than living size when they’re brought out. But it’s more than that, isn’t it? The most important things lie too […]

PhoenixPhyre 2014

Sunday, March 31st, 2013

  I had a blast at Autumn Meet in Lakeland, Florida with my Phoenix Phamily The entertainment was outstanding.  I especially enjoyed the band Jaxx or Better and hope they will be returning soon.  The fire spinners put on a fantastic show with some acts that I had not seen before.  The best part of […]

World Day of Prayer

Sunday, September 11th, 2011

Thursday, September 8th, 2011 was World Day of Prayer and I was privileged to be a part of it at Unity of Gainesville Church. I was there representing the Dogwood Local Chapter of Covenant of the Goddess. What a wonderful experience. The only regret I have is that this has been going on in Gainesville, […]

Cobwebs

Friday, August 19th, 2011

Every year when I was a child, my grandmother would have Spring cleaning. It was time for the chimney sweep to come and clean out the chimney. I remember, my job was to go out in the yard and watch for the brush to come out of the top of the chimney and then run […]

Books

Sunday, August 14th, 2011

A couple of days ago I purchased nine new books. After I made my purchases it made me think about books in general and most specifically my obsession with books. I have an extensive library of books almost all of which are either Wiccan, Pagan or the occult. I will read a book once and […]

The Veil

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

I know that we all have our personal feelings as well as those of our tradition when it comes to what happens when we pass through the veil. For many it is something they do not want to think about. Perhaps because they are young and believe they have a full life ahead of them […]

In My Backyard

Sunday, June 5th, 2011

Since I have not been home much in the past couple of months, I have missed my back yard.  It seems to have become so green in my absence. Friends that visited from Florida, this week, even commented on how green everything is.  I decided to enjoy it this morning and soaked in the hot […]

Spring Festivals

Saturday, June 4th, 2011

Life has finally slowed down this Spring.  Not that it hasn’t been a wonderful ride.  Because it has.  I have attended and presented at several Pagan festivals to include PhoenixPhyre Phamily Phestival, Old Earth Gather, MoonDance, Pagan Unity Festival (PUF) and a couple of smaller events.  The conclusion that I have come to is that […]

Garlic

Friday, March 11th, 2011

Garlic (Allium sativum)   What is the difference between a food, an herb and a spice?  The answer you will get from a chef is that spices are roots, buds, berries, bark and seeds, while herbs are stems and leaves.  And, food is what nourishes us.  For our purpose as Pagans, I have to agree […]

The Bath

Friday, March 11th, 2011

I love hot water, It is so fine Like little fingers up and down my spine   I fill the tub with soap and bubbles Then I jump in to forget my troubles     I soak for an hour or maybe two If it cools, I add some hot, a drop or a few […]

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