|Episode Eleven: Your Opinion Please!|
|Written by Juniper|
|Tuesday, 20 April 2010 18:44|
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This episode is rated PG
Brendan tells us about book writing and the new look for his website.
Juniper talks about the latest project going on over at Walking the Hedge.
The tea is homemade ginger with clove and cinnamon, and the incense is sandalwood.
Brendan talks a little more about one of his favourite subjects, the sacred. As well as discusses a philosopher who is hard to understand even for Bren!
Rants, Raves & Reviews
The Great Canadian Anti-Witchcraft law Debate begins! We read the law to you and talk about possible ramifications. We hear from our friend Greg as well as other listeners on the subject.
The Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/group.php?gid=350103684946&ref=ts
Brendan reads a poem by Oscar Wilde called
Then Juniper and Brendan take a look at the Great God Pan in art, myth and literature. Juniper reads a little bit from a Homeric hymn to Pan along the way. An article with links, references, images and such will be up on the website soon!
We finish with a song called the Life of Leaves written by Paul Milne and performed by Leslie Hudson.
Juniper meditates on the element of Water in a practical and non metaphysical sort of way.
Ask Dr. Expert
Juniper and Brendan are thrilled to have Sam Wagar on the show! We talk about community building, volunteerism, book writing, being a leader in the Pagan community, teaching, and good old activism. We then finish off with hopeful and wistful thoughts and questions on how Paganism and Wicca may keep growing and changing in the years to come.
Sam’s bio on thewicca.ca: http://www.thewicca.ca/people/bc/sam-wagar.php
The gathering being hosted by the CWABC this summer:
Bren plays with the squeaky chair and Juni keeps finding elastic bands everywhere. Then Brendan goes off on a tangent about tangents.
We can’t be serious about properly pronouncing Pagan words and we look forward to the upcoming Beltaine/Beltane/May Day/Whatever episode.
Then ramble for a while about disappointing and sensationalized documentaries and ask our listeners for suggestions of something worth watching.
We talk about hating cars and clothing.
Juni is reading on of Bren’s books for a book club and how weird is that?
We send some love to our sponsors.
Then we try out a new finale phrase.
JD Hobbess makes us some closing credits, so tune in!
Music & Things:
Behind the Pan poem: Balero, by Lisa Gerrard
Closing: Back ground music is Polska fran Glava by Barry Phillips repeated several times over (a favourite of Juni, you’ve heard it before)
Promos this time were for Pennies in the Well http://penniesinthewell.podbean.com/
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