The Wigglian Way Pagan PodcastAuthor: Sparrow & Mojo
18 Feb 2018

The Wigglian Way Pagan Podcast

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    Episdoe 148

    Episode 148
    We can finally put 2017 to rest. For an arbitrary measure of the passing of our lives, the last 365 days have been a journey. Someone should write a book about these things.
     
    The love of my life was diagnosed with cancer. A cancer caused by love. We will fight it and Wigglians around the World will fight it. Will you help us? You can contact Mojo at thewigglianway@gmail.com or mojomagick@gmail.com
    Luckily, we have beautiful friends who weave tales so beautifully that you never forget them. One such friend is a bard of great renown , Damh the Bard.

    Damh the Bard has recently released an album of the tales of The Mabinogi, called Y Mabinogi-The First Branch.

    "This is a retelling of the First Branch of Y Mabinogi, the first of four albums that will tell The Four Branches.

    First written down in the Middle Ages by Christian Monks, and first translated into the English language by Lady Charlotte Guest in the mid 1800s,  these tales are a part of the Matter of Britain itself. Although I have added dramatic decoration to the translation, these additions are based on current academic research, and I have remained faithful to the original tale throughout. When you listen for the first time, try to find some time for yourself and listen to the double album in its entirety. Let me take you on a journey, a magical journey of the Otherworld, of ancient Gods, of demon claws, of the Fearie Folk, and Pagan Lore."

    Make yourself a cup of tea (preferably from here), sit down, cover yourself with a blanket and lean in to this telling of an age old story.

     

    It's all about the Love.

     

    #WigglianStrong

     

    thewigglianway@gmail.com


  • Posted on 01 Jan 2018

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    Episode 147

    The fun never stops in Wigglia. So much has changed since our last show and it hasn't even been THAT long. Weddings, weddings, weddings everywhere. Thank you for joining us for Episode 147. We are so happy that you are here.
    Our guest for this episode is Nikiah Seeds. There is so much to say about Nikiah. She is a teacher, a priestess, an animist healer, mother, wife, bee tender, author  and I could go on for days with her many epitaphs. Most importantly, Mojo and I call Nikiah friend. I think you will like her too. You can find Nikiah at her school, Red Moon Mystery School and at Ancestral Pathways. You can purchase Nikiah's book Moon Mysteries here. Thank you, Nikiah, for coming on the show. We hope to have you on again soon. 
    We have great music! Mojo officiated at his teacher Kris' wedding. Today, all the music is by Kris Schulz and his various musical pursuits. From his solo album While the City Sleeps we hear Fingerlicker, Through your Eyes, A Taste of India, Dave the Grizzly and the thought provoking 10 More Seconds. Enjoy these beautiful songs as we do. It's all about the love.
    We are getting to the end of our 10th year of pagan podcasting. We may not visit with you as much as we'd like to, but we are revitalised and ready for year 11.

    Thank you for walking, The Wigglian Way. 


  • Posted on 03 Nov 2017

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  • Posted on 10 Oct 2017

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    Episode 146- Witches, pagans, wiccans, love, nature, heartbeat

    Episode 146
    Once in awhile we get to revisit our spiritual roots. Recently, I got that opportunity while reading The Path of Paganism, by John Beckett. What you have here is a Pagan 101 with so much more to offer. John has compiled information that is great for beginners and will inspire those on the path to renew their practice with vigor.
    The Path of Paganism can be found at most major retailers as well as online. We were lucky enough to be able to meet John once again via Skype and talk about this interesting and timely book.

    We love it when our Feature Album is one by one of our friends. Arthur Hinds happens to be one of those friends. On Episode 146 our feature album is Radiant Bow. From this album we hear,
    Pagan Beat
    I am Taliesin
    and the Hanging Tree.

    At the Wigglian Way we are all about the Love. From Bekah Kelso on her album Within the Shifting we hear, Love Who I Love.

    Finally, from Inkubus Sukkubus we hear Fire of Love off of Heartbeat of the Earth.

    Remember, YOU are the heartbeat of the Earth. You are the hero you are waiting for. It's all about the Love and we Love You.

    Thank you for joining us.
    Email us at thewigglianway@gmail.com to share your ideas and thoughts.


  • Posted on 23 Aug 2017

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    Episode 145

    Good almost Wigglian Summer!
    We are excited for the coming months and all that they will bring. We hope you are looking forward to the warmer days as well.
    Since we are talking about summer, let's start with our Feature Album. This time of year Mojo and I like to listen to Sharon Knight and T. Thorn Coyle's The Strengthening Sun. We only listen to it during the "Light" half of the year and Force of Nature, Frey and Freya, and the Jewel of the Sun are some of our favourite songs from that cd.
    Some of our other favourite summer songs are Aphrodite and Pan by our friend Kellianna and Hal an Tow by D The Bard (That's Damh the Bard in case you didn't know).
    Recently, we have been getting a lot of questions regarding meditation and journeying and what might the difference be. Better than to try that one ourselves, we invited our animist teacher John-Luke Edwards of the Sagh'ic Tire Dhream, to explain. As an added bonus, John-Luke shares the difference between Totem Animals and Animal Guides. May we also direct you to the Society's podcast, The Forked Stick. Mojo is the editor and publisher of that podcast.
    We hope that you enjoy this episode. Thank  you for joining us. Thank you for walking, The Wigglian Way.
     

  • Posted on 07 Jun 2017

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