Lakefront Pagan VoiceAuthor: Scarlet
12 Dec 2017

Lakefront Pagan Voice

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A pagan voice from the beautiful western shores of Lake Michigan.

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    LPV 90: Body Temple

    Back for another ep.

     

    This time about body image, body usage and some personal experience.  Reading tarot for skeptics, revisiting the myth of Sekhmet and making salt scrub

    1part Salt

    1part Sugar

    1part Skin-nourishing oil

     

    Music - Spirit Body by Ketsa and Body is Perfect by Derek Clegg.


  • Posted on 25 Nov 2017

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    LPV 89: Death Will Have Her Due

    In this come-back episode (or at lease “breif re-appearance” depending on circumstances) Scarlet finally talks about Death as a figure.

    Additional music:

    Castaneta Death Rattle - Chase Alan Willis

    Death - Fyodorovitch

    My Name is Death - Allister Thompson


  • Posted on 02 Jan 2017

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    LPV 88: The End of Days

    Music -

    Creator Destroyer - Wendy Rule

    The End (Chopin Prelude #4) - The Good China

    The End of the Film - Tony Gage

    The End of the End of the End - Morusque

    Almond Biscotti

    2 3/4 cups flour


  • Posted on 27 Feb 2016

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    LPV 87: Who Are You?

    I focus on Identity in this episode

    Music by Spencer Owen - Lucy Can’t Dance (David Bowie Cover)
     and Simon Mathewson - Self-Moulding

  • Posted on 21 Jan 2016

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    LPV 86: A State of Joy

    Notes on Three Card Drawing:

    What is actually happening in your drawing?  Who is present or absent?  What in the cards led you to the different aspects of your drawing?  Were there any surprises?  What is the general flow of the drawing?  Who or what is the central figure, if any?  What is grouped together?  What details or figures are more prominent than others?  What in the drawing do you identify with most as possibly representing yourself?  What are you doing in the drawing and how do you feel?  What about other figures, who might they represent and what are they doing?  What are the relationships?  What are the problems or obstacles in the scene?  What could you change about the scene to empower yourself or make it a more positive scenario?


  • Posted on 14 Dec 2015

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