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For five years the Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel has produced weekly content of the Pagan flavor. Continuously growing, PMPC now offers a wide selection of news, views, music, and information to the Global Pagan community. Line-Up: Pagan-Musings Podcast with KaliSara and RevKess, Sundays at 7pm Central. Musica Pagani with RevKess, Saturdays at 7pm Central. Pagan Weekly News with RevKess and Zaracon, Thursdays at 9am Central. Sacred Oak Circle with Rev Gary, day and time subject to his schedule. PMPChannel also plays Selections from the Mess from KZUM-Lincoln's Murphy's Magic Mess and Lavender Hill from KZUM-Lincoln. Show notes available at www.pmpchannel.com. Like us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/paganmusings).

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In the Northern Hemisphere we are in the midst of harvest season. Lammas was celebrated at the beginning of August and Mabon was September 21st. The third and final harvest, Samhain, is about four weeks away. But what is harvest? To the farmers and gardeners it is obvious what a harvest is. But to those of us who live in the cities and are somewhat detached from the agricultural world, harvest can mean something very different. KaliSara and RevKess will talk about both traditional harvest and the harvest of the community. With her involvement in farmers' markets and her own gardening endeavours, KaliSara brings to the table the traditional harvest of foods. With his community involvement and volunteer work, RevKess brings to the table the harvest o the community. Join the conversation in the chatroom and share what you have harvested this season, or hope to harvest soon. Creating a free listener account makes it possible for you to participate in the chat, it's quick and easy!
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Original air date: Sunday, 26 June 2011 at 9am Central on KZUM 89.3 FM in Lincoln, Nebraska. Selections from the Mess is the pod-safe music played during the live broadcast of Murphy's Magic Mess. Pagan-Musings host and... more

Wow! Can it already be two years that RevKess and KaliSara have been doing this show? Yes! It is time for the second anniversary show of Pagan-Musings. Join your hosts as they recall some of the fun and not-so-much-fun from the... more

Original air date: Sunday, June 19, 2011. Lavender Hill is the first thirty minutes of the Wimmins Show on KZUM. (NOTE: The June 12th episode is missing. Phil was out of town and Corwin did not have a key to the recording room.)

Original air date: Sunday, June 19, 2011 on KZUM. Selections from the Mess contains the pod-safe music from Murphy's Magic Mess. The Mess airs live every Sunday at 9am Central on KZUM. (Note: The June 12th episode is missing due... more

Join KaliSara and RevKess as they talk about the use of music and sound in ritual and meditation.

Our most sincere apologies to everyone who was looking forward to his broadcast. Some technical glitches got in the way and we had to reschedule with Adrienne and the boys from Spiral Dance. A huge thanks to them for putting up... more

Original air date: Sunday, June 5, 2011. Lavender Hill is the first half hour of the Wimmin's Show on KZUM. The Hill airs live every Sunday at 11am Central. This episode discusses AIDS, DADT, and several issues related to the GLBTQ+... more

Original air date: Sunday, June 5, 2011 on KZUM. Selections from the Mess is pod-ssafe music taken directly from the live recording of Murphy's Magic Mess. The Mess airs every Sunday at 9am Central.

RevKess and KaliSara were joined by musicians, sound healers, and amazing artists: Paradiso and Rasamayi of 5th Element Music. Sharing their wonderful story of how they met, fell in love, and began working together to... more

Original Air Date: Sunday, May 30, 2011 at 11am Central. Lavender Hill, hosted by Corwin and Phil, is the first half hour segment of the Wimmin's Show on KZUM-Lincoln, KZUM-HD. This episode was the Memorial Day show and... more
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