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The Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel has been a regular supporter of various community projects and fund raisers over the years. From music projects to books, from helping Pagan websites pay for their hosting to raising money to help a Pagan in need. Many of these fund raising projects have been great successes. In this episode KaliSara and RevKess will visit with Ivo Dominguez Jr about the success of the New Alexandrian Library Project and its on-going funding needs.
The New Alexandrian Library is a project to create a home for Neo-Pagan (etc) artiacts, books, pieces of art and more. A place to preserve these items ffor posterity. NAL is continuing to raise funds to build more onto the library. From the IndieGoGo page for their current funding project:
We already have several important collections of books in storage including the entire library from the Theosophical Society of Washington, DC. Judy Harrow, of blessed memory, just left us her library as well.
We have started collecting newsletters, event program books, old recordings, and more that is a history that will soon be lost if not preserved.
We already have important art and artifacts including paintings of the Four Archangels by Dion Fortune.
This library will be open to all and will engage in inter-library loan with similar projects elsewhere. Some rare special collections will not circulate.
NAL is just one of many worthy community support projects that currently in action or are on-going. As time allows, RevKess and KaliSara will discuss some of the others.
Tune in live for Hex Education, an irreverent Witchcraft radio show featuring your hosts, Salem Witches Christian Day and Leanne Marrama. For this segment, we'll be speaking with Alexandrian High Priest and Witch Karagan Griffith. Karagan is the author of, Opening Pandora's box and host of On the black chair. Currently Karagan is giving talks and writing a new book on the history of the Alexandrian Tradition. Tonight we will be discussing this tradition and its profound contribution to modern pagan Witchcraft. Call (347) 308-8731 with questions for the guest and be sure to join us in the chat room where you can interact with other listeners!
Pagan Weekly News strives to bring you, the listener, news, views and interviews from the Pagan community. Covering issues and stories from around the world, with a focus on the United States, PWN addresses news stories from the main stream media with a Pagan perspective. Hosts RevKess and Zaracon are also joined by call-in guests from time to time.
Zaracon and RevKess are joined in the first hour by Michael Smith who will be talking about the New Alexandrian Library Project and their Indiegogo campaign.
PWN is always open to suggestions and comments on their content. If you are aware of something that affects the Pagan community, contact the hosts through email at email@example.com or on facebook.
Coming Up On The Priestess View Radio Show Influential Witch’s Spotlight
The Renowned Psychic Medium, Alexandrian High Priest and Teacher Brian Cain!
Join us as we discuss British Traditional Witchcraft, Glamour Magic and Psychic Mediumship
Please join us as he shares his wisdom and experience.
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Tune in live for Hex Education, an irreverent Witchcraft radio show featuring your hosts, Warlocks Christian Day and Brian Cain. For this segment, we'll be speaking with: Southern Conjurer and Witch : Orion Foxwood, Orion grew up with the second sight in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia, an area rife with the folk practices of the southern and Appalachian tradition. He is a witch and Elder in Romano Celtic-Traditional Craft, High Priest in Alexandrian Witchcraft and teacher of the Faery Seership tradition. For over 20 years, he has lectured extensively across the United States and in the United Kingdom on the Craft, Faery Seership Tradition and Southern Folk Magic and conjure. He is the author of The Faery Teachings, a collaborative CD project with RJ Stewart named Faery Seership and The Tree of Enchantment. On this episode we will be discussing the Faery Seership Tradition Call (347) 308-8731 with questions for the guest and be sure to join us in the chatroom where you can interact with other listeners!
Tune in live for Hex Education, an irreverent Witchcraft radio show featuring your hosts, Warlocks Christian Day and Brian Cain. For this segment, we'll be speaking with Salem Witch Sandra Mariah Power, High Priestess of both the Alexandrian and the Gardnerian Tradition and former First Officer of the Northeast Local Council of The Covenant of the Goddess, about nature versus nurture in the Craft! Are Witches born? Are they made? Or, is it a combination of the two? Find out in this enlightening magical discussion! Call (347) 308-8731 with questions for the guest and be sure to join us in the chatroom where you can interact with other listeners!
It’s going to be a wonderful show this evening with our friend and special guest, Peter Paddon. Peter is a Brit of Welsh ancestry who lives in Los Angeles with his wife Linda, where he is Magister of Briar Rose, a small Coven of modern Cunningfolk. Aside from being an author, Peter is the founder of Pendraig Publishing who has published titles by both Momma Starr and Orion Foxwood. Peter will talk about his many years of experience in various forms of occult studies, including Alexandrian Wicca, the Egyptian Mysteries, and much much more.
In tonight’s episode, we discuss another of Wicca’s biggest names. We will be discussing the life and times of Alex Sanders. Alex Sanders is the creator of the Alexandrian Tradition, which is one of the traditions considered British Traditional Witchcraft. Come and join us as we talk about his life and work, and how it influences the modern Craft community.
Lady of the Circle in the Oaks is a Proto Temple located in North Carolina. It is a chartered body of the Correllian Nativist Tradition of Wicca. The show is hosted by the clergy and we will discuss a variety of topics surrounding Wicca and Magic. Join us weekly on Saturdays at 11pm eastern time.
Visit our website for more information about us: http://www.ladyofthecircle.org/
If you like what you hear and would like to help fund our Blog Talk ministry, please visit: http://www.gofundme.com/LCOBTR
Join Devin & Melissa Pellew as they discuss topics related to biblical theology, Christian apologetics and worldview issues. This week we will be discussing the King James Version- only controversy. Is the the King James Version of the Bible the only correct translation of the Scriptures? Have the other versions of the Bible been corrupted and/or contain errors? On the air to discuss this topic with us will be Bible teacher and apologist, Fred Butler, graduate of the Master's Seminary and Volunteer Coordinator at Grace to You Ministries, which is lead by Dr. John MacArthur. As a former KJV- onlyist, Fred has some great insight and research to share on this topic. You do not want to miss this very interesting discussion on a very relevant topic.
Ba’lith was initiated into Wicca as an Alexandrian Witch/Priest when he was 22. Two years after, he left Wicca to walk the satanic path, so that he could better understand his own darkness. He spent many years exploring that part of him, until he returned to the Wicca in 2008, and was subsequently elevated to the High Priesthood. In 2011 he was given the final initiation to the Third Degree of the Wicca Priesthood, and is now providing teachings of the Wicca, as well as other Pagan arts, through such mediums as YouTube, and his live weekly broadcasts from WitchesChat.com.
Is Christianity relevant for the 21st century? Christianity seems torn between the extremes of fundamenalist absolutism on one hand and progressives who are trying to find a way to appeal to diminishing congregations who are not finding relevance in the traditions so many of us were raised in.
Amos Smith finds answers to these questions by delving into Christianity's past to an era often overlooked in today's Christian traditions. The years between 312 and 454 C.,E. was an era of great enlighenment and understanding. God was at the center of faith and Jesus was seen as the example of how God was at work with humanity.
What did these 'Desert Fathers and Mothers' teach us? Join Amos Smith and me as we discuss his book, Healing the Divide, how Christianity is relevant to our times.
African Americans of Alexandria, Virginia
Beacons of Light in the Twentieth Century
Char McCargo Bah, Christa Watters, Audrey P. Davis, Gwendolyn Brown-Henderson and James E. Henson Sr.
This show will explore a new book written about Alexandria’s twentieth-century African American community. Experience the harrowing narratives of trials and triumph as Alexandria’s African Americans helped to shape not only their hometown but also the world around them. Rutherford Adkins became one of the first black fighter pilots as a Tuskegee Airman. Samuel Tucker, a twenty-six-year-old lawyer, organized and fought for Alexandria to share its wealth of knowledge with the African American community by opening its libraries to all colors and creeds. Discover a vibrant past that, through this record, will be remembered
Char McCargo Bah is a professional genealogist for the Alexandria Legacies—Freedmen’s Cemetery Descendants Project of the City of Alexandria, an author and a public speaker. Audrey P. Davis is currently the acting director of the Alexandria Black History Museum and has been employed by the City of Alexandria for over 20 years. Gwendolyn Brown-Henderson is a native Alexandrian and retired United States government worker. James E. Henson Sr. is a retired attorney who grew up in Alexandria. Christa Watters is a freelance writer and editor who has lived in Alexandria for thirty years. This group came together to document the history of African Americans who were agents of change and served as Beacons of Light in Alexandria in the twentieth century.