Part Three: Cassiel's struggle with Judas' guilt Our tour group stood in the amber light of the flickering lanterns dotting the cemetery. We huddled close to our tour guide, Archangel Cassiel, who stood like a mourning statue at what I could only assume was an unmarked gravestone. The jagged boulder, about the size of a … Continue reading Angel of Tears (Part 3)
Part Two: Cassiel's Part in the "Angelic War"
Instead of indulging in fantasy and the whitewashing of American history, it’s prudent as evolving and spiritual beings to summon the strength and courage to face these very same ills that went on ignored by revelers in flapper dresses and tuxedos a hundred years ago.
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Recently, at the 2019 Shadow Angels gathering, Archangel Cassiel took all the attendees on a tour of his angelic mansion. The timid, soft-spoken angel invited us into his world with open arms, revealing sections I hadn't ever seen before, despite having visited his mansion many times in the past. An angelic mansion is immeasurable. Literally. … Continue reading Angel of Tears (P1)
It's rained in Detroit all month, and I couldn't be more grateful to Archangel Cassiel for the blessing. In a few minutes, I am going to tuck in and watch The Crow on Netflix. It's Devil's Night here in Detroit - yes, it's a thing - and The Crow has been my autumn tradition since … Continue reading A blessed Samhain to all
Michigan legend, Aggie Usedly was in every Michigan home at 7:29 pm every night for decades. I'm a bit choked up because I always think of my mom whenever I see Aggie. My mom worked the evening shift at General Motors and always called home at 7:30 for the lottery, so every time I saw … Continue reading Remembering Detroit’s “Lottery Lady” Aggie Usedly
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