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  • 01:31

    PWN 2016.2.1: Iowa Review & Pagan Happenings

    in Spirituality

    Join RevKess & KaliSara as they talk Iowa Caucus news, Pagan happenings, and more on this edition of PWN.


    In political news, Ted Cruz takes Iowa's caucus by storm, knocking Trump down a peg or two. But is that a good thing? Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders end up in a virtual tie and the rumours start flying. Are they based in fact? A Voodoo temple burns down in New Orleans. Finding the Masculine in Goddess' Spiral is released. Tune in live or in archives to learn about these stories and more.


    Plus KaliSara's News in a Flash!

  • 02:04

    PMP: Pagan Discussion Groups - the good, the bad and the ugly

    in Spirituality

    Join RevKess and Kalisara as we welcome back Shauna Aura Knight to the show. This time, we will be talking about Pagan Discussion Groups and the reality of the Pagan community's attempts to socialize and philosophize.

  • 02:07

    PMP: Tuatha Dea and the Green Album - A collection of Pagan Music

    in Spirituality

    Join RevKess and Kalisara as we welcome back Tuatha Dea, one of our all-time favorite musical groups. This time we will be talking about their project, the Green Album, featuring a long list of artists that we have featured several times.


    THE GREEN ALBUM is a collaborative concept album featuring artists from all over the musical spectrum, including: Tuatha Dea, Wendy Rule, SJ Tucker, Sharon Knight, Winter Jp Sichelschmidt, Celia Farran, Bekah Kelso, Ginger Doss, Damh the Bard, Kellianna Girouard, Spiral Dance, Spiral Rhythm, Murphey’s Midnight Rounders, Brian Henke, and Mama Gina LaMonte.

  • 01:00

    Magical Experiments: Pagan Journalism and the Wild Hunt

    in Spirituality

    Join Taylor Ellwood of Magical Experiments as he interviews Heather Greene about Pagan journalism and the Wild Hunt. We'll discuss what some of the challenges of Pagan journalism are and why its so important and how the Wild Hunt finds its stories as well as who its contributors are.

  • 02:02

    PMP: A Brief History of Pagan Music & Pagan Music Appreciation

    in Spirituality

    KaliSara and RevKess attended the 2015 Kearney Area Pagan Pride Day outside Kearney, NE this Sunday. KaliSara presented Pagan Activism while RevKess did a two part presentation on Pagan music. In this episode you get to hear a version of those workshops and lots of great music. From the early origins of Pagan music through to some of the newest releases in that broad genre, tune in and learn a thing or two (we hope) and enjoy the music! 


    Featured musicians include: Wendy Rule, Damh the Bard, Murphey's Midnight Rounders, Celia, and more.


     

  • 01:32

    PWN 2016.1.1: Grassroots Terrorists & Pagan Perspectives

    in News

    2016 started out much the same as 2015 ended. With terror, insane politics, and a global population at a loss as to how to react to the events going on around them. There is good news, however. #PharmaKarma strikes again as the ponzi scheme mastermind's former company declares bankruptcy, #marriageequality makes strides across the globe, and more people wake up to the truths around them.


    Join KaliSara ad RevKess as they shed light on some of these very stories and share their own unique Pagan perspectives with you.  Along the way they will touch upon some of the recent and upcoming events in the Pagan community. There will also be a sampling from KaliSara's News in a Flash.

  • 01:01

    Magical Experiments: Racism and Cultural Appropriation in the Pagan Community

    in Spirituality

    In this episode of Magical Experiments, Taylor Ellwood is joined by Crystal Blanton to discuss racism and cultural appropriation in the Pagan community. We'll define what racism and cultural appropriation is and explore how it shows up in the Pagan community and discuss what Pagans can do to be more aware of these issues as well as how what Pagans can be allies to Pagans of Color

  • 02:05

    PMP: Shanda Hahn Kinkade - Organizing Pagan Pride Day in a Conservative State

    in Spirituality

    Join RevKess & KaliSara to talk with Shanda Hahn Kinkade about her experience organizing Pagan Pride Days in a conservative area. Shanda has organized PPD in mid-Nebraska for three years and helped organize the PPD in Omaha this year.


    Shanda began her journey on the Pagan Path in 1989, exploring a variety of traditions. She is an eclectic Pagan who waivers between Pantheism & Nontheism. Her practice is Grey Witchcraft with focus on balance, the 4 elements, animism, humanism, and the moon with a pinch of Hedge Witch tossed in for good measure.

    She created the online group Wiccans in Nebraska (WINEB) in 2002. She joined the Rural Nebraska Witches’ Group (RNWG) via meetup.com in Mar 2007, and became co-organizer in Sept of that year. Apr 2013, she became a ritualist with Prairie Star Circle and later became lead ritualist (Jun 2013) before taking over all leading aspects Dec 2013.


    Shanda has conducted workshops and classes, led group rituals, organized adult night-out events, ran a divination study group, presided over weddings, and taught a multiple-day seminar on Ritualist & Leadership training.

    After a move in 2014, Shanda is still co-organizer of RNWG with most work being behind the scenes and she has remained the Local Coordinator for Kearney Area Pagan Pride. She is Secretary for the Black Hat Society of Omaha, a member of the Pagan Pride Day Omaha planning committee, and attends rituals with a local Druid Group, Prairie Shadow Grove.

  • 01:00

    PWN 2015.8.3: The Pagan News Hop

    in News

    RevKess and KaliSara hop from source to source to deliver to you some Pagan related news. From Pagan media sources like the Wild Hunt and Pagan Square to mainstream sources like CNN and the BBC, there are a myriad of sources for news that relates to the global Pagan community. The hosts will share some of the sources with you as well as talk about some of the stories out there that have catch their attention in the last week or so.

  • 01:00

    Dr Chuck Kennedy & Project PSI

    in Paranormal

    Dr. Chuck Kennedy has been an investigator since 1972, long before it was fashionable on TV. He spent 20 years perfecting the process he calls “Forensic EVPs” A process that he used to break open the JFK assassination, mysteries of John Wayne Gacy, The St Valentines day massacre and uncovered the truth behind Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and the Fort Worth connection. He has a PhD in Neuroscience and has been researching consciousness pre and post mortem.  Dr Kennedy's current program, is Project Psi. where he monitors over 400 personal and bio metrics as a subject connects with the afterlife. As an author he has written 19 books on both healthcare and the paranormal. Some of his work has been featured on A&E Bio channel and Good Morning Texas. As founder and host of DFW Ghost tours, every Sunday and Tuesday, De Kennedy will bring the history and spirits of the Haunted and Historic Fort Worth Stockyards back to life.
     
    Dr Kennedy can be reached at DrChuck@ProjectPsi.com
     
    888-583-1976
     
    www.DfwGhosts.com
     
    www.ProjectPsi.com
     
    Books are available at http://www.ghostsamerican.com/books.html

  • 02:05

    PMP: Little Pagan Acorns and the Pagan homeschooling lifestyle

    in Spirituality

    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."