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Join Taylor Ellwood of Magical Experiments as he talks with Ivo Dominguez Jr about the Assembly of The Sacred Wheel, the Neo-Alexandrian Library and Ivo's experiences with ceremonial magic, and the Pagan community. We'll also discuss Ivo's books Practical Astrology for Witches and Pagans, Casting Sacred Space and Spirit Speak
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!
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.
James Rosen-The FNC Chief Washington correspondent went One on One with The former Vice-president for some ten hours, no holds barred.
Samantha Mills-The Good News Girl reports on the most popular viral videos from the internet.
Tom Sirotnak-Former defensive nose guard for USC Trojans, Founding member of the world famous power team and today, Tom is ministering as an evangelist on high school & college campuses, turning the hearts of the sons to their fathers.
Joan Peace-A messianic Jew talks about her miraculous healing after ten years of debilitating diseases, and exhausting financial resources. Yes, God is still doing miracles...everyday!
Dr Geoffrey Shaw-The Lost Mandate of Heaven: The American Betrayal of Ngo Dinh Diem, President of Vietnam as studied and discussed by the President of the Alexandrian Defense Group, a think tank on counterinsurgency warfare.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or on facebook.
Heb 13:21 Make you perfect in every good work to do his will, working in you that which is wellpleasing in his sight, through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory for ever and ever...
Make you perfect in every good work to do his will,.... The Alexandrian copy reads, "in every good work and word"; as in 2 Thessalonians 2:17 every good work is to be done: a good work is what is done in obedience to the command of God, and in faith, and from a principle of love, in the name and strength of Christ, and with a view to the glory of God; and every such work should be diligently attended to; such as concern God, and are of a moral nature, or of positive institution; and such as concern each other, whether as men or Christians: and the will of God is the rule of every good work, both as to matter and manner; whatever is not agreeably to the revealed will of God, let it have ever such a show of religion and holiness in it, it is not a good work; continuance in the performance of good works, and the perfection of them, are things to be desired of God; it requires grace to perform good works, and more grace to abound in them, and to keep men from being weary of well doing; and though the best of works are imperfect,..
Join RevKess and Kalisara with the return of Diana Rajchel, author, Wiccan and all round great woman. We will be talking about her new book, Mabon: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for the Autumn Equinox, her upcoming book, Samhain: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for Halloween, and other writings.
"Diana Rajchel is the author of Divorcing a Real Witch: for Pagans and the People that Used to Love them.
She works as a journalist, author, blogger and general creative. She identifies as an eclectic Wiccan with more leanings towards Witch than Wiccan. 10+ years of contributions to Llewellyn annuals along with occasional submissions to Circle Magazine, SageWoman, the Beltane Papers and Facing North. She is a 3rd degree Wiccan priestess in the Shadowmoon tradition, an American Eclectic Wiccan tradition. She also has an Alexandrian 3rd (Janet Farrar > Star Foster > her). Her interests lay in the practical applications of magic to daily life and to the continuous discipline of getting better at it."
During this evenings show we will be talking about some of the many traditions of Paganism and Witchcraft from around the world.
This is by no means will be a complete listing of the traditions that are available to join. This is ment to be an intro for those of you that desire to know what the traditions are and which might be right for you.
If you find some of these interest you make sure you study them indepthly before making a decsion to follow it.
Brian Cain is a teacher, psychic, medium and a New Orleans Warlock. He is a devotee of several forms of British Traditional Witchcraft and is a High Priest of the Alexandrian Tradition. Brian was born into a family of psychics of both Celtic and Viking descent and learned to communicate with spirits as a small child. He was initiated into the path of Witchcraft at the age of 19 and was taught to see and hear the spiritual wisdom hidden within the cracks and crevices of everyday reality. Brian lives in New Orleans, a mysterious city steeped in magical secrets.
Brian is the Co-owner of two occult shops in Salem, Massachusetts: HEX: Old World Witchery, dedicated to the practices of Witchcraft, Hoodoo, and Conjure, and OMEN, a psychic parlor and Witchcraft emporium which features a staff of gifted psychic readers. And a Hex shop in New Orleans.
Brian is the admin and creator of the facebook group British Traditional Witchcraft Priests and Postulants and Co-host of both festival of the Dead and Hexfest.
British Traditional Witchcraft Priests and postulants. (my FB group)
Here are some sites about the traditions:
We continue dealing with the development of the bishopric as we focus on the Metropolitan and Patriarch and how they came about.
As we deal with this things keep in mind the word - ANACHRONISM
Clericalism is a term that comes into play around 250 AD when the church started thinking if its priesthood as the Levitical Priesthood...which continue to develop until by the 9th Century a graded ministry had taken complete hold in the church.
Grades in ministry would have never work with the Alexandrian Episcopacy also called the Alexandrian Habitude, but it work well with the Antioch Model of the Episcopacy.
The 5 Patriarchs of the church
As always, you can find all of this information in the 2014 Syllabus which is available online for purchase in PDF format and in our upcoming 2015 Syllabus.
On Thursday May 7th, 2015 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke Runyon will review and discuss Gerald Gardner's classic novel of medieval magick and witchcraft in England "High Magic's Aid." We consider this a very important work in the Modern Hermetic
Tradition because it vividly describes the synthesis of surviving Paganism with the Solomonic school of ceremonial magick in the Middle Ages. A mix of esoteric themes that returned in the form of Gardenarian and Alexandrian Wicca in 1950s England, from which it quickly migrated to the United States. Gerald Gardner was a member of the O.T.O. and worked closely with Aleister Crowley to produce the first modern Book of Shadows. High Magic's Aid tells the story of three Saxon Solomonic magicians in the days of Robin Hood's King John 11th century, who are not able to work their magick effectively without the help of a female Witch. They rescue their priestess from the local inquisition and dig up her precious Athame and white handled knife without which they can not operate. The story is very well written and well researched. Better than Crowley's fiction although he was probably Gardner's editor. We strongly recommend this book to our neo-pagan and wiccan friends who may think that witchcraft and magick cannot co-exist. They can, and they did, and they do -- so
if you want to know where and how the wizards and the witches got together tune in and "Merry Meet!" and "Blessed Be!"
Based on the 2014 COAAB Syllabus as well as the Course taught at the Memphis Episcopal Symposium. You can purchase the 2014 Syllabus online in word or PDF format from the congress website
Alexandrian Habtude and the Antioch Episcopacy
Council of Nicaea 325 (the beginning of the Patriarchy) It is here at Nicaea that the word Metropolitan is first seen in the Canons of the church. 3 metropolitan sees at Nicaea govern a province that was synonomus with the Roman Province of the area. They had suffragan bishops under them that headed their own sees under their metropolitan.
Diocese is first used
Council of Constantinople 381 New Rome is given the same privilge as old Rome. At this council by way of Emperor Theodosius division of the East into Five Dioceses, the term diocese comes into the LIFE of the church. Originally Metropolitan headed the diocese while the Bishop was over his SEE or CIty Church.
Council of Ephesus 431 Jerusalem obtain the same metropolitical power as the other 3.
Council of Chalcedon 451 the Jerusalem as well as the other four are officially called Patriarchs.
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