|Episode 32: Reasonable Spirits|
|Written by Juniper|
|Thursday, 30 June 2011 16:50|
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This episode is rated PG-13 for some sexual content and swearing.
Bren is on his own for the opening segment, so he sings.
Rants, Raves and Reviews
Juniper reviews a book.
Brendan takes us back to Ireland in the 10th century AD, and a few other places, for the first of a two part discussion of the spirit of reason, and how being a philosopher is a spiritual calling.
Geraldus Cambriensis, Topographica Hibernia, (London: Penguin, 1982)
Moody & Martin, The Course of Irish History (RTE Television / Robert Reinhart Publishers, 1995)
R. Lacey & D. Danziger, The year 1000: What life was like at the turn of the first millennium (London UK: Little, Brown, & co., 1999)
Kenneth Clarke, Civilization, (Harper & Row, 1969)
Le Goff, Mediaeval Callings (University of Chicago Press, 1995)
“Suvertar”, by Finnish pagan-folk group, Gjallarhorn
Juniper recounts her annual birthday ritual. She talks about fasting (while having a girl’s night!), tambourines, spirit work, devotional practice, divination, turning 31 and a bunch of other random stuff.
This was recorded into Juni’s phone, so it’s not great sound quality.
Birthday Ritual Blog Post:
Extras & Promos
Robin @ Montreal Reki
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