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November 1st, 2018

3 Pagans and a Cat Podcast

Three Paths, One Journey, No Cat

In this highly informative & entertaining podcast, three family members embroiled in wildly divergent traditions gather in one room to discuss, debate, and flat-out argue about their magical, mythical, and mundane lives, all for our education and pleasure.

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Each Month… we will share the previous month’s episodes with you from their site to help keep you up-to-date with their impressive podcast. While there, don’t forget to listen to this month’s as well, we wouldn’t want you to miss a thing!

 

October’s 2018 Podcasts

Episode 21: First Steps – Sacred Spaces: Car, Gwyn, and Ode discuss sacred and liminal spaces: where they can be found, what they can look like, how to establish them, and why they might be useful.

Episode 22: Wheel of the Year – Samhain: In the seventh of a series of Pagan Holiday Specials, Car, Gwyn, and Ode discuss Third Harvest, communion with the dead, and Jack of the Lantern.

Episode 23: A Wood of Many Ways: Car, Gwyn, and Ode discuss their respective journeys from Christianity into their various paths and traditions. Also, Car introduces a new segment.

 

 

 

This Month’s Podcast Share from their Backlog

Episode 4: Monikers and Metaphorical Spaces: Car, Gwyn and Ode discuss the pros and cons of hiding one’s faith or practice, the steps one can take to leave the Broom Closet, and the use (and selection) of names.

 

Where Else to Find 3 Pagans and a Cat…

Their Website: http://www.3pagansandacat.com

Their Twitter: https://twitter.com/3_Pagans

Their Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/3PaaC

Their YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ0GJacu9SUzuumXJNNUZwQ

Their G+: https://plus.google.com/u/2/collection/oCWVXE

 

Remember …

You can always support your favorite podcasts with a donation. Every bit helps to keep them going.

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About the Author:

Jennifer Wright is a witch on a path of change that is always winding. She founded PaganPagesOrg in the hopes of giving those a platform to share and learn without judgment. There are too many important things to her and not enough room to mention them. You are one of them.

 

Going Shamanic” is hosted by Jennifer Engracio on P.A.G.E.  Media Project’s blogtalk radio each month. The show focuses on how to integrate shamanism into every day life. Instead of relegating the spiritual aspect of ourselves to Sundays at church or weekend workshops, this show will support listeners in weaving ritual, prayer, magic, alignment with the Spiritworld and the Earth into their lives to enrich their experience of living.

This Month’s Topic: Sister & Brotherhood Circles with Lori’ and Phil Nelson

On this episode, Jen welcomes Lori’ Black Cave Dreamer and Phil Eagle Song, both certified shamanic practitioners.

There is a need in our society for women and men to gather with others of their same sex to share and to learn more about what it means to be a whole man or a whole woman. This show talks about what the differences are between women and men and why Sisterhood and Brotherhood Circles are such an important support for communities on the planet.

Going Shamanic is hosted by Jennifer Engrácio, about how to integrate shamanism into everyday life.

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About the Author:

Jennifer Engrácio has been a student of shamanism since 2005. Jennifer is a certified teacher who has worked with children in many different education settings since 2001. She is a certified shamanic practitioner, Reiki Master, and lomilomi practitioner; in addition, she runs Spiral Dance Shamanics. Originally from Vancouver, Canada, she now lives in Calgary, Canada with her life partner.

Engrácio participated in self-publishing three books that are now available:

The Magic Circle: Shamanic Ceremonies for the Child and the Child Within”

Women’s Power Stories: Honouring the Feminine Principle of Life”

Dreaming of Cupcakes: A Food Addict’S Shamanic Journey into Healing

For more information go to: www.spiraldanceshamanics.com

 

3 Pagans and a Cat Podcast

Three Paths, One Journey, No Cat

In this highly informative & entertaining podcast, three family members embroiled in wildly divergent traditions gather in one room to discuss, debate, and flat-out argue about their magical, mythical, and mundane lives, all for our education and pleasure.

Each month we will share an episode with you from their back catalog of impressive podcasts & keep you up to date with their up coming month’s featured highlights. We don’t want you to miss a thing!

 

 

This Month’s Podcast from their Backlog

Episode 2: Neo-Paganism and Sexual Abuse

Car, Gwynn, and Ode discuss recent accusations of sexual abuse by ADF founder Isaac Bonewits, as well as dealing with sexual misconduct in the pagan community generally. This episode contains upsetting, potentially triggering content, and listener discretion is advised.

 

August’s Upcoming Podcast Topic Calendar

For August’s list of happenings Click Here.

 

Where Else to Find 3 Pagans and a Cat…

Their Website: http://www.3pagansandacat.com

Their Twitter: https://twitter.com/3_Pagans

Their Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/3PaaC

Their YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ0GJacu9SUzuumXJNNUZwQ

Their G+: https://plus.google.com/u/2/collection/oCWVXE

 

Remember …

You can always support your favorite podcasts with a donation. Every bit helps to keep them going.

 

Going Shamanic” is hosted by Jennifer Engracio on P.A.G.E.  Media Project’s blogtalk radio each month. The show focuses on how to integrate shamanism into every day life. Instead of relegating the spiritual aspect of ourselves to Sundays at church or weekend workshops, this show will support listeners in weaving ritual, prayer, magic, alignment with the Spiritworld and the Earth into their lives to enrich their experience of living.

This Month’s Topic: The Gifts of Attention Deficit Disorder with Christina Masotti

AD(H)D diagnoses are rampant particularly here in North America.  This show explores what the gifts and challenges are of living with ADD.  We also explore how shamanic practices can support someone with this diagnosis.

Listen in with host Jen Engracio and her guest, Christina Moon Mountain Woman, certified Shamanic Practitioner.

Christina weaves Life Purpose Astrology into her sessions.  She strives for personal healing, facilitates the healing of the people, and our beautiful living planet.

 

 

Going Shamanic is hosted by Jennifer Engrácio, about how to integrate shamanism into everyday life.

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About the Author:

Jennifer Engrácio has been a student of shamanism since 2005. Jennifer is a certified teacher who has worked with children in many different education settings since 2001. She is a certified shamanic practitioner, Reiki Master, and lomilomi practitioner; in addition, she runs Spiral Dance Shamanics. Originally from Vancouver, Canada, she now lives in Calgary, Canada with her life partner.

Engrácio participated in self-publishing three books that are now available:

The Magic Circle: Shamanic Ceremonies for the Child and the Child Within”

Women’s Power Stories: Honouring the Feminine Principle of Life”

Dreaming of Cupcakes: A Food Addict’S Shamanic Journey into Healing

For more information go to: www.spiraldanceshamanics.com

3 Pagans and a Cat Podcast

Three Paths, One Journey, No Cat

In this highly informative & entertaining podcast, three family members embroiled in wildly divergent traditions gather in one room to discuss, debate, and flat-out argue about their magical, mythical, and mundane lives, all for our education and pleasure.

**

Each Month… we will share the previous month’s episodes with you from their site to help keep you up-to-date with their impressive podcast. While there, don’t forget to listen to this month’s as well, we wouldn’t want you to miss a thing!

 

August’s 2018 Podcasts

 

Episode 17: Building Your Book – Ritual and Spellcraft

Car, Gwyn, and Ode finish up the Building Your Book series by talking about the structure of ritual and spellcraft.

 

Episode 18: Our Community – Bill Ehle

Car, Gwyn, and Ode discuss social justice and activism in the pagan community, culminating in an interview with Pagans In Need director Bill Ehle.

 

 

This Month’s Podcast Share from their Backlog

 

Episode 3: Wheel of the Year – Imbolc

In the first of a series of Pagan Holiday Specials, Car, Gwyn, and Ode discuss Imbolc, Brigid, and alternatives for celebrating along the Wheel when your religion doesn’t specifically accommodate it.

 

Where Else to Find 3 Pagans and a Cat…

Their Website: http://www.3pagansandacat.com

Their Twitter: https://twitter.com/3_Pagans

Their Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/3PaaC

Their YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ0GJacu9SUzuumXJNNUZwQ

Their G+: https://plus.google.com/u/2/collection/oCWVXE

 

Remember …

You can always support your favorite podcasts with a donation. Every bit helps to keep them going.

***

About the Author:

Jennifer Wright is a witch on a path of change that is always winding. She founded PaganPagesOrg in the hopes of giving those a platform to share and learn without judgment. There are too many important things to her and not enough room to mention them. You are one of them.

 

October Book of Seasons

 

Samhain is here and at my house it is highly anticipated!  I love walking into a grocery store and seeing all of the new Halloween decorations out for sale!  Look at how so many people celebrate, albeit without knowing, our sacred turn of the year.  Pumpkins, skeletons, black cats and scarecrows peek from houses and businesses.  The fall harvest is in and the aromas of cinnamon brooms and pumpkin soup fill the house.  Can you tell I love this time of the year?  Let’s fill our hearths and hearts with the grounding abundance surrounding us.

 

 

Our affirmation is

 

My heart and hands bring sacred peace to me and mine.

 

 

I want to share my pumpkin soup recipe.  Simple, delicious and perfect for this lovely month, this soup will nourish body and soul.  It is a great recipe for keeping on hand in the pantry.  I try to use fresh pumpkin but a 15-oz can of solid-pack pumpkin is just as delicious.  If you use fresh, 1 ¾ cups of cooked pumpkin equals a 15-oz can.

 

Pumpkin Soup

 

½ cup chopped onion,

2 tablespoons butter

1 tablespoon all-purpose flour

2 cans (14 ½ ounce each) chicken broth

1 can (15 ounce) solid-pack pumpkin

1 teaspoon brown sugar

¼ teaspoon salt

dash of pepper

dash of nutmeg, optional

1 cup whipping cream

 

In a large saucepan sauté onion in butter until tender.

Remove from heat; stir in flour until smooth.

Gradually stir in broth, pumpkin, brown sugar, salt, butter and nutmeg.

Bring to a boil; reduce heat and simmer for 5 min.

Add cream and cook for 2 more min. until heated through.

 

Makes 6 servings.

 

This is perfect with pumpernickel bread and baked apples.

 

 

With all of the decorations available for sale I still prefer to fill my house with gifts from nature.  I love leaves hot glued around pillar candles and wee baskets of acorns and crystals and pretty rocks.  Pie pumpkins stacked on top of each other in baskets and bundles of herbs tied and hanging to dry in windows.  Of course, we have a collection of black cats collected by each of my 3 kids over the years piled up on the hearth and adorable witchy-poos scattered throughout.  This is our favorite holiday!  Oh, and there is a tree branch decorated with orange lights and ornaments.

 

The turn of the wheel has brought us to the end our sacred year.  Within the delicious sights and smells of October, I send you blessings of peace and comfort as the veil thins and we remember the connection of all; here and beyond this life.

 

Brightest Blessings!

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