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Suzanne Montalalou is a writer, a Tarot Reader and Astrologer. She was widowed when her two children were very young. To support them she has worked in financial services as a government employee and taken on numerous other jobs and volunteer roles. She is a strong proponent of Art, Community and Healing.
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High Priestess of The Morrigan’s Nest Coven
Dedicated to The Morrigan and The Allfather (Odin, Woden)
Ordained and Licensed in the state of Virginia
Bachelor of Arts from Old Dominion University (1994) International Studies, Minor in Political Science
Herbalist, Poet, Writer.
I began studying Appalachian Herbalism as a child with my mother. After studying The Craft (Witchcraft)
extensively over the course of 20+ years, I returned to my roots, working again with my mother and
other elder women in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia. I have been attempting to revive this old
tradition of using local herbs for both medicinal and magical purposes.
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Our Guest Jason thickpenny had some technical difficulties and so we were unable to interview him but in this episode I was able to share the meaning of idolatry in light of Christian holidays. I hope you will get to enjoy some of what i shared. I am sharing some key texts and points from my sermon on the same theme.
Acts 17:22-33 - Paul Uses a pagan statue to share the gospel
Pagan deities, along with the sun and the moon, have provided the basis for the naming of the days of the week: Sunday (Sun day), Monday (Moon day), Tuesday (Tiw's day), Wednesday (Woden's day), Thursday (Thor's day), Friday (Frig's day), and Saturday (Saturn's day)
We do not refrain from using the word "flower," even though Flora was the goddess of flowers. nor the word "ocean," even though Oceanus, son of Uranus, was the god of the sea. Other Things With Pagan Origins - Dinner Napkins, Toilets, Neckties, Suits, Church Steeples, wind chimes, pacifiers
Rom 14:13-14 - “Let us not therefore judge one another any more: but judge this rather, that no man put a stumblingblock or an occasion to fall in his brother's way. I know, and am persuaded by the Lord Jesus, that there is nothing unclean of itself: but to him that esteemeth any thing to be unclean, to him it is unclean
1 Cor 8:4 “So then, about eating food sacrificed to idols: We know that "An idol is nothing at all in the world" and that "There is no God but one."
Recovering the Runes
Kyle talks to Wodenson of Northern Runes Radio, a podcast that takes an in-depth look into the meaning and use of runes. Topics include: what the runes are, when and where they were used, how Woden won the runes, persecution of practitioners, runic revival, and what role runes can play in our lives today.
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