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Answer to a Reader's Questions About AIRR

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Answer to a Reader's Questions About AIRR

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Sun Feb 12, 2017 2:44 pm

Over in Facebook, a professional reader approached me with this question:

"I was wondering how to go about registering with AIRR ... and what benefits come from being associated with the organization."

I took some time to reply in detail, and i have decided to post the reply here so anyone can read it and it can be pointed to by anyone who wants to help other querents locate the information.


Hmmm. Well, let me explain:

1) Missionary Independent Spiritual Churches is a denomination of small churches and chapels around the country where divinatory reader services, candle services, rootwork services, spiritual counselling, and such can be found. MISC is under the direction of a Board of Directors, whose five members have changed through the years since 2006, when the group was founded. The current president of the board is Deacon Millett.

2) AIRR is a community-beneficial committee of the MISC denomination of churches, and was set up in 2007 by MISC members Robin York, Kenneth Fuller, my husband nagasiva, and myself. Robin, nagasiva, and i are still members of AIRR, but Kenneth left the organization years ago. When we opened the rolls in 2007, we began with about ten members. There are currently about 35 members.

3) In addition to AIRR, MISC also runs the Hoodoo Heritage Festival, now in its 10th year; a Pro Bono fund through AIRR to supply indigent clients with free spiritual supplies, readings, and candle services; and the Crystal Silence League online prayer network where community members can upload prayers and let one another know that their prayers have been echoed by others.

Now, on to AIRR itself:

To join AIRR, a person must be both a reader and a rootworker (as per the group's name) and have been in service to the public for at least two years. All members are graduates of my correspondence course in hoodoo -- a condition proposed in 2007 by Robin and Kenneth, and seconded by nagasiva, and to which i assented. The idea behind this requirement was not that i am the best or only teacher, but that if all members had graduated from my course, we would all have a similar knowledge-base which we could present to our clients, so that they would be able to go from one worker to another and feel they were still in the same community.

AIRR members all make several promises to the group regarding ethics, relationships with the public, relationships within the group, promises to handle a Pro Bono cases, and other such things. Many go further than this and also help with MISC's other projects, including creating physical churches, attending or presenting at the Hoodoo Heritage Festival, sending financial support to Black cemeteries and churches that have been vandalized, and so forth.

The cost of joining AIRR is $30.00 for the application fee. If a person is accepted, the yearly fee for being listed in the online directory is $100.00, which includes free updates to one's listing, which is made by the group's volunteer Tech Team.

The benefits? Well, having your name and a link to your bio and booking page on 400 content heavy web pages, i guess.

Also AIRR offers free Ombudsman services to mediate any disputes between clients and members, and also among the members themselves.

That's about it, i think.

Really, all of this knowledge is open to the public at the AIRR web site.
http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/A ... ity_Portal
http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/A ... ootworkers
http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/O ... of_Service
http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/A ... ee_of_MISC

I think the answer to your question may be best said by paraphrasing John F. Kennedy. When we seek out members, we advise them to "Ask not what AIRR can do for your career, but what you can do for the community through AIRR."

Many members of AIRR are also members of the for-profit psychic reading phone service Hoodoo Psychics, by the way. The two organizations are not connected legally, but as a commercial enterprise, Hoodoo Psychics does support AIRR and MISC by providing free booking and client-wrangling services at the yearly Hoodoo Heritage Festival.

At MISC we are committed to open and transparent accountability to the public, to our clients, and to our colleagues. There's really not much more to say than that.

Read the documents i linked to above and you will have a complete handle on the matter.

All of these documents and more are open to the public through the Community Portal site at the AIRR web site:

http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/A ... ity_Portal

And the application form is here, also in public, should you wish further guidance:

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