The Amazing Dr. Angela Puca joins us to talk about academia and spirituality, trans-cultural shamanism, folk traditions and more! Her amazing YouTube channel provides academic research into magic, witchcraft and shamanism. She is a University Lecturer and PhD in Anthropology of Religion.
Nathan Wright of MackinawOde (Heart of the Turtle) joins us to talk about Line 5 & 3, clean water, Water is Life, treaty rights, Indigenous culture, colonialism, listening to Elders, Europeans living on the land in a good way and more!
Dr. Edward Butler joins us to talk about the importance of philosophy in polytheism AND the importance of polytheism in philosophy. As well as continuous vs. revised polytheist traditions, the one truth and more!
Rev. Kirk Thomas is an Archdruid Emeritus of Ar nDraiocht Fein : A Druid Fellowship (ADF) and an ordained Senior Priest in that religion. He is also the author of, “Sacred Gifts: Reciprocity and the Gods”, available on Amazon.com. He holds a Masters degree in Celtic Studies from the University of Wales – Trinity St. David as well as a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in Theatre Arts from the University of New Mexico and a Certificate from the Webber-Douglas Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, UK.
A resident of Washington State, USA, Kirk co-owns a retreat center and organic farm called Trout Lake Abbey, located at the base of Mt. Adams. He has built an impressive stone circle and Druidic sanctuary there. He spends much of his time traveling for ADF, visiting groves, solitaries and festivals, presenting on various topics and participating in public, group ritual.
He is also a prison volunteer, heading ADF’s Chaplaincy Support Services Committee for the Clergy Council.
Join Mukunda as he speaks with Dr. Edward Butler, Caitlin Storm Breaker, Jim Two Snakes and Sarenth Odinsson on Polytheism in the modern world. Caitlin, Jim and Sarenth host a podcast called Around Grandfather Fire (https://aroundgrandfatherfire.wordpre…) on the various polytheistic traditions and issues in the modern world. Dr. Edward Butler is a resident scholar at the Indic Academy working on Indigenous Polytheistic traditions, world views and revival.
Jim interviews Vincent Higginbotham about his book How Witchcraft Saved My Life: Practical Advice for Transformative Magick. This guidebook is written for anyone coping with the legacy of abuse, neglect, poverty, loneliness, prejudice, or addiction.