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Exploring male spirituality (primarily neo-pagan), mythology, legend, and virtues. Down the road, we'll be looking at outdoor life and rites of passage.

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Eisenhans, translated from German as "Iron Hans," or by Robert Bly as "Iron John," is the tale of a shaggy wild-man, a ball, a key, and a boy who becomes a man. This afternoon, we're gonna take a look at the Grimm brothers' tale, and the movement started by and, mainly for, the baby-boomers, and how it inspired a Gen-X suburban kid to explore the wild-man in himself.
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2017 marks the 110th anniversary of the camp at Brownsea Island, UK, whence began a global movement of character-training and skills-development for boys and young men. We'll take a look at why Baden-Powell felt scouting was... more

Dig within. Within is the wellspring of Good; and it is always ready to bubble up, if you just dig. (Marcus Aurelius) Generations of men admired the manly and the excellent, and sought to cultivate in themselves what was regarded as good.... more

Tonight, we'll take a look at a subject about which there has been little written, and which I believe bears investigation: the pagan Male Mysteries. We'll take a look at how some authors have defined them,, and consider their significance... more

I've been involved with another pagan podcast (www.magicalmusings.net) for a couple of years, since the last episodes of Woodwose Radio were recorded. You can find all the shows there that I've deleted off BTR, including all the... more

Ask a thousand Druids, "What is Druidism?" and you'll get a thousand different answers... This is mine.

I discuss a few favourite books.

Tonight, we dive headlong into Yuletide, with music, stories, poems, and some commentary on the meaning and symbolism of the Solstice season, and Christmas.

Tonight, we'll spend the evening with author Lupa, discussing her books, and magical practices. Her first book, "Fang and Fur, Blood and Bone," is available on Amazon, and her new book can be checked out here, if you can't get it in stores... more

Tonight we beat a long-dead horse, with a light-hearted exploration of the "2012" phenomenon. We'll take a look at the hopes and fears associated with this Winter Solstice, and talk to callers about their views on the matter.

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