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With the many things going on in parts of the country that make certain school districts less friendly to Pagan children, children with learning disabilities and/or giftedness, and more, it is becoming much more common and accepted for parents to take on the task of schooling their children at home. In addition, homeschooling in the age of the internet and social media has become much more feasible and complex. Also, Pagan homeschooling is a viable alternative to the religious private schools available to Christians.
Join RevKess and Kalisara in talking about Pagan homeschooling. We will be addressing some of the rules and regulations, providing some links to resources. We will talk about homeschooling vs. unschooling and other parent-directed learning techniques. Joining us is the group moderator for Little Pagan Acorns.
Little Pagan Acorns is a webpage (http://www.littlepaganacorns.com/) and a group on facebook that describes itself as: "a community for Pagan homeschoolers, as well as anyone raising Pagan children. Focusing in printables, puzzles, worksheets and other resources." "Even if you’re not a Pagan homeschooling parent, you can use lots of these pages to keep your kids amused and to teach them a little bit about various Pagan paths and pantheons."
RevKess shares some of his favorites from Pagan and Pagan-y artist who have released CDs in the first half of 2015. Featuring Damh the Bard, SJ Tucker, Mama Gin and more. With just over 60 minutes of music, you are sure to have an enjoyable listening experience.
This episode includes new music from Damh the Bard and his Sabbat album, SJ Tucker and her Stolen Season, Mama Gina's Solitaire, Chronilus with Threshold, and Celia with Letting Go. There's also to surprise pieces - not new for 2015, but recent from two groups you are sure to recognize.
With PantheaCon starting in less than 24 hours from broadcast, RevKess and KaliSara wanted to take the opportunity to talk about some of the upcoming festival events. Focusing primarily on the United States, there are many festivals and Pagan events taking place in 2015. ConVocation, Between the Worlds, Heartland, PSG (just to name a few). During the show your hosts will give highlights of some of these upcoming events in early 2015.
Be sure to tune in to Pagan-Musings on the 15th for a live segment feature Sharon Knight. She will be dialing in from P-Con to share about her new music and video project.
If you are hosting or know of an event in your area that you would like us to talk about, please let us know through our Facebook or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Note: The hosts are purposefully leaving PPD events out of this broadcast, those will be addressed in more detail as that season get closer.)
As event season gets ready to kick off for the Pagan community there are any number of minor controversies that might crop up. In the passed there have been issues regarding gender in sacred space, certain notable presenters and their pasts, and other issues - both minor and major. This year seems to be no exception to that. With Covenant of the Goddess facing member resignations and turmoil over their public statement regarding racial issues and a first time out festival in direct conflict with a well established festival - in both timing and geographic location - there seems to be now shortage of controversies to address this year.
RevKess and KaliSara will talk about some of those current issues and how they may play out in the near future. From Peter Dybing's strong stand on racial inclusivity in practice and language in regards to CoG to the Gathering of Pagan Souls festival being in direct conflict with Heartland Spirit Festival at the end of May. Along the way they may also address some of the past issues that have come in the Pagan world and how they were addressed and handled by those who could make a difference. They will also talk about other upcoming events in the Pagan world, including ConVocation and PantheaCon.
Show notes available at PMPChannel.com.
KaliSara and RevKess tend to focus on North America and Western Europe during PWN. Understandable, as they live in the Midwest of the United States. This week they will broaden their discussion of current events and news to encompass much of the global Pagan community. News from Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, South America and of course from North America will be touched upon.
Due to a scheduling conflict, this week's edition is on Wednesday instead of Thursday. The hosts will try to share any other scheduling issues during broadcast, but will continue to post updates in show descriptions for those who prefer to listen live.
Wednesdays are Great Rite Radio Night on PTRN as Jason Mankey moves to Wednesdays and swaps the 7pm slot with Dr Susan and Michael.
It's Horns and Humpday here on Wednesday. Jason Mankey's "Raise the Horns Radio" and Dr Susan and Michael Greywolf discuss sex and relationships on "All Acts of Love and Pleasure" at 7pm Central on Wednesdays
Followed each week at 8pm Central by Pop Culture Pagan Trends, Music, Books, etc. "The Pagan Variety Show" with Pamela Kelly.Join Pamela and guests as we talk about music, books, festivals, conventions, tattoos, mead...
8pm Central Pammit welcomes author Christine Greyson to discuss her book, Gypsy Love and Moonshine.
Humpday just got more interesting on Pagans Tonight!
In the newest incarnation of Pagan Weekly News KaliSara joins RevKess for a live discussion of news and events that effect the Pagan world. Ranging from current events to editorial pieces, commentary on mainstream coverage of issues around the globe to updates on Pagan festivals, books and music, and much more, PWN will once again bring you insights into the world today from the perspective of Pagans.
Topics for this edition include, but are not limited to, Charlie Hebdo, racism, new books and music. Tune in live or in archives to find out just what RevKess and KaliSara decide to talk about.
Show notes are available at PMPChannel.com.
Mike Nichols, the author of The Witches' Sabbats, is one of the first American Pagan broadcasters. He was broadcasting on regular radio in the 1970's. RevKess and KaliSara are very happy to host Mr Nichols in this episode to discuss a history of Pagan broadcasting as well as some of the history of Paganism in the United States and elsewhere around the modern world. Mr Nichols has been presenting workshops and discussions on a history of witchcraft and occultism in the United States for a number of years now.
A safe place for Pagans or the beginnings of a new cult...
There has been a new buzz worthy community making the rounds by way of facebook, their website and other internet outlets.
Join our host Lady Destiny and guest co-host in the 3rd part of this topic.
Hear her opinion on the good points, bad points and just how blurred the line of forming a Pagan community and extreme cult this particular idea might become.
Join us as we talk about some of the various projects going on in the Pagan community, from music to videos, from books to movies. We'll give some details about where projects are at and what's been happening.
Sharon will be joining RevKess and Kalisara for the second hour, Live from Pantheacon!, to talk about the details of her own album and music video project, Portals. From her FB Event Page: "Winter and I are embarking on our most ambitious project yet, which will draw on the talents of an entire community of musicians, filmmakers, and artists. We are creating a fully produced album AND music video. This is a real stretch for us, and we considered making the video a stretch goal. However, the video really is core to the project, and the reason we decided to do a crowd funding campaign."
July ends with a bang. Etsy has reversed itself on the ban of selling metaphysical items, according to a blog posting by the ATC. A Hindu celebration is brought to an end due to pressure from animal rights activists. An Orthodox Jew, recently released from prison, repeats his attack of ten years ago and stabs multiple people at an LGBTQ pride event in Jerusalem. All of this and more in this week's edition of the Pagan Weekly News.
Join RevKess and KaliSara as they give their Pagan perspectives on some of the news and issues facing the world today.
RevKess is pleased to get the opportunity to visit with Wendy Callahan, a Nebraskan author and steampunk novelist with an extensive background in Paganism and spirituality.
Note: The focus of the show went in a different direction at the request of Wendy. She wanted to talk about Pagan parenting, or more to the point, parenting as a Pagan. There is a difference. Tune in for the archive of the show to learn more about that. The topic of her writing came up towards the end of the show.
As her bio describes: "Wendy is a contemporary and steampunk fantasy author, co-author of "Steampunk for Simpletons," and a genealogical Nancy Drew in disguise. A college town New Englander turned one-horse town Nebraskan, she raises a cup of Dunkies to life among cornfields and coyotes. She is still pleasantly surprised that amber waves of grain exist, and has declared the Midwestern prairies "wicked cool."
"Her writing has been featured in “Witches & Pagans” (f.k.a. “newWitch”), “The Beltane Papers”, “If… A Journal of Spiritual Exploration” (f.k.a. “PagaNet News”), and many other publications."
RevKess first "met" Wendy over social networking a few years back and has devoured several of her fantasy novels and shared in conversations about writing. Adding her voice to the conversation, KaliSara will be talking parenting from a Pagan perspective with this multi-faceted guest.
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