Well, the long awaited interview with Ellen Evert Hopman is done and posted! Go and listen. Pay attention for your chance to win a copy of Ellen’s book Secret Medicines from your Garden!
Brian and Joy present our long-awaited interview with Ellen Evert Hopman, on the topics of Herbalism and Druidism. Also discussed are many problems with Columbus Day, Native Americans and many things, as per usual.
There’s also a chance to win a copy of her forthcoming book, Secret Medicines from your Garden. It will be given to one lucky listener who gets the trivia question correct. Listen to the podcast to find instructions of where to go to get the trivia question and information on how to be in the drawing for a copy of Ellen’s book.
Well, this episode, Brian and Joy pontificate on Pantheons, and various topics touching on groups of deities.
As always they go off topic some, but it always comes back to the topic at hand. So tune in and take a listen.
Resources talked about in the show include these:
Well, I keep coming across more and more stuff that I have. So since we FINALLY found a home, we decided to set up our house altar again.
This is it. It is along the way that is the exact center of the house, and I hope you recognize everything.
My ordination is hanging on the wall to the left. Staff and Stang in the corner to the right. There’s also a Shakuhachi in that corner that my daughter plays. Our coven Sword is there too.
Details of some of the altar tools:
You’ve heard Joy and me mention this book numerous times. Its latest cover is green, and it’s available at most good booksellers, online and off. The sheer volume of information it contains, relevant to pagans and preppers alike, makes it a worthwhile book for any shelf.
Just a selection of items that we will be doing shows on in the future, but not sure when.
- Rituals and covens in virtual space (with Ma’at)
- Pagan Parenting
- Pantheons of deities (as in commonalities and “jobs”)
- Everyday objects as divination and omens (featuring the paperclip bones)
- A show with Lupa (of some sort)
Just to give you all an idea of what to look forward to.
Next recording: Mabon.
This Texas-born comedienne tells the tale of her ideal job–pharmacist, “but a different kind of pharmacist,” and describes the raven, hump, limp, and belt of trinkets she would wear under her lab-coat.
And now we come to the long awaited final episode of the Terms group.
Because of how it’s been set up, there’s not many terms, but there is a lot talking about terms for the Fay and Beasties.
Also Brian and Joy get somewhat impassioned about Vegans.