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A Celebration of Mabon

This week is our annual Celebration of the Autumn Equinox - what many of us know as Mabon. So we'll look at some of the well-known myths, legends and traditions surrounding Mabon. And we'll honor The Dark Mother, plus we'll bring a little Balance and Gratitude into our lives. And finally - An Apple Harvest Ritual!Be we. Do good. Enjoy the show!Some of the music you'll hear on this weeks show include Urban Myth: "Harves Lammas Song"; Maddy Prior: "Marigold/Harvest Home"; Inkubus Sukkubus:…See More
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How and Why We Daydream

This week, we talk about Daydreaming! Everyone, has daydreams on a regular basis. Daydreams can get us into trouble, but they can also prove to be the source of our personal fulfillment. So, let's take a good look at Why and How We Daydream. And more, why we often get away with daydreaming before we get into real trouble. Now, there is a difference between Daydreaming vs. Mindfulness. It may seem paradoxical, but the truth is we need both, and both can work together. We'll find out how. But…See More
Sep 10
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A Lammas Celebration

It's Lammas, or Lughnasadh, the Sabbat where many Wiccans and Pagans celebrate the beginnings of the harvest. This Sabbat is about the cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth -- the grain god dies, but will be reborn again in the spring. Depending on your tradition, you may also observe this Sabbat as the day of the Celtic craftsman god, Lugh. Lugh was known to the Celts as a god of craftsmanship and skill -- in fact, he was known as the Many-Skilled God, because he was good at so many…See More
Jul 30
Shawn Cameron commented on Radiohawthorne's blog post The Sacred Traveler
"@Enigma, thank you very much!"
Jul 24
Enigma commented on Radiohawthorne's blog post The Sacred Traveler
"Shawn, here is the link to his podcast site: The Spiral Dance with Hawthorne"
Jul 23
Shawn Cameron commented on Radiohawthorne's blog post The Sacred Traveler
"my apologies for my ignorance but I am new here... where might I find the link to this show?"
Jul 23
Radiohawthorne posted a blog post

The Sacred Traveler

Here we are, in the middle of summer; it's time to go out and see the world! As the song says, "A week in Paris will ease the bite of it", but the Sacred Traveler tries to go a bit deeper. The Sacred Traveler looks for the transcendental, the numinous, making time off from his day gig a life learning process or even an exercise in self-realization. Well, what is it that attracts people to places on this level? We'll take a look at the connection between Earth Spirituality and the many…See More
Jul 23
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Jul 18
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Beach Magick

This week, the Spiral Dance is just a Day at the Beach! We'll start with the Charge of the Sea Goddess and we'll explore the role that Water has always had in religion. From there we'll look at a few Sea Gods and Goddesses. Then I want to share a story. This is a spoken word peice presented by Mara Freeman. It's called, The Selkie! Finally, we'll get right down to the shore and do some actual beach magick!Be we. Do good. Enjoy the show!Some of the music you'll hear on this weeks show include…See More
Jul 9
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Independence Day and the Goddess Columbia

This week we celebrate our nation's Independence from Mother Britain by recognising our very own Goddess, the Lady Columbia! Columbia is a historical and poetic name used for the United States of America and is also the name of its female personification. What would the Goddess Columbia's attributes be? Democracy for one - you know; I don't think the Greeks had a Goddess of Democracy- so this is an original! Certainly, Liberty and Justice. The Romans had the Goddess Libertas; plus the Greeks,…See More
Jul 2
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Summertime, Fire and the South

Let's take advantage of these Hot Summer Days!  We'll head off to the Southern Quarter and do some Fire Magick!.We'll take a look at the Qualities that the Element of Fire posseses; how they're used in Occult Traditions.Does that sound like Pyrolatry to you?  If you worship Fire it just might.  Fire is worshipped by itself in many cultures, but more commonly it's associated with Fire Dieties.  As you might expect, examples abound.Along all these lines I want to share with you a -sort of poem -…See More
Jun 25
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A Midsummer Celebration

Happy Midsummer, everyone here in the northern half! The sun is high in the sky, the air is all warm and friendly. Let's stay up real late, then we can build some fires and roll them down the hills!. It's been done forever, it's still being done now and it will always be done. We'll talk about where the word Litha comes from and what the holiday means for modern Pagans. Also, interestingly, Midsummer continues to be very important in mainstream societies in different cultures around the world!…See More
Jun 18
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Fruit in Myth and Magick

Have you ever thouthgt about the role that Fruit plays in myth and magick? Well, this week we'll compare apples to oranges. Fruit appears in myths from around the world. Often it is a symbol of abundance, associated with goddesses of fertility, plenty, and the harvest. And, as you may expect, many of the most significant fruits in world mythology, such as the apple, have different meanings to different cultures. We'll take a short look at many of these. Also, we'll learn how To Use Fruit…See More
Jun 12
Shawn Blackwolf commented on Radiohawthorne's blog post Leprechauns and Other Wee Folk
"Faery is spelled Faery ,  Faerie , Fairy , or other variants , though NEVER the way you spelled it , my friend Please do correct that spelling you used , and please address them and their realm with respect... Thank you , and best to you"
Jun 5
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Leprechauns and Other Wee Folk

It's springtime, and Fearies abound. Let's see if we can't catch us one! The Leprechaun is one of the major images that the Mainstream Culture has of what a Feary is, or what a Feary looks like. The other, of course, is Disney's Tinkerbell. Whatever Pagan path you may be following, I'm sure I don't have to tell you that neither of those images fullfills the whole tradition of the Fearie. But anyway, the Leprechaun has a pretty interesting story by itself (or Himself - come to think of it, I've…See More
Jun 4
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A Celebration of Mabon

Posted on September 17, 2019 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

This week is our annual Celebration of the Autumn Equinox - what many of us know as Mabon. So we'll look at some of the well-known myths, legends and traditions surrounding Mabon.

 

And we'll honor The Dark Mother, plus we'll bring a little Balance and Gratitude into our lives.

 

And finally - An Apple Harvest Ritual!

Be we. Do good. Enjoy the show!

Some of the music you'll hear on this weeks show include Urban Myth: "Harves…

Continue

How and Why We Daydream

Posted on September 10, 2019 at 9:53am 0 Comments

This week, we talk about Daydreaming!

 

Everyone, has daydreams on a regular basis. Daydreams can get us into trouble, but they can also prove to be the source of our personal fulfillment.

 

So, let's take a good look at Why and How We Daydream. And more, why we often get away with daydreaming before we get into real trouble. Now, there is a difference between Daydreaming vs. Mindfulness. It may seem paradoxical, but the truth is we need both, and both can…

Continue

A Lammas Celebration

Posted on July 30, 2019 at 1:52pm 0 Comments

It's Lammas, or Lughnasadh, the Sabbat where many Wiccans and Pagans celebrate the beginnings of the harvest. This Sabbat is about the cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth -- the grain god dies, but will be reborn again in the spring.

 

Depending on your tradition, you may also observe this Sabbat as the day of the Celtic craftsman god, Lugh. Lugh was known to the Celts as a god of craftsmanship and skill -- in fact, he was known as the Many-Skilled God, because he was good…

Continue

The Sacred Traveler

Posted on July 23, 2019 at 1:42pm 3 Comments

Here we are, in the middle of summer; it's time to go out and see the world!

 

As the song says, "A week in Paris will ease the bite of it", but the Sacred Traveler tries to go a bit deeper. The Sacred Traveler looks for the transcendental, the numinous, making time off from his day gig a life learning process or even an exercise in self-realization.

 

Well, what is it that attracts people to places…

Continue

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