Hello, listeners! Thank you for checking out the show notes for 21 May 2013, the 94th edition of the Pagan Weekly News.
Zaraccon and RevKess would like to thank the listener for tuning in, either live or in archive, and bringing them into your home, office or where ever it is you listen to PWN. Every week they strive to bring you the news from a Pagan perspective as well as talk about current issues in the global Pagan community. Often times you will hear one or both of them get up on their soap box on an issue, which you heard in this edition. You will also find them having fun, after all, if you are not having fun you are doing it wrong!
RevKess and Zaracon would like to take a moment hear to pay respect to those who have lost their lives during the tornadoes that ripped through Oklahoma earlier this week. They are our in the hearts, thoughts, and prayers of many people across the United States and around the world. PMPChannel guest and musician, George Nicholas of Cernunnos Rising made a post to the official Facebook feed for Cernunnos Rising letting his fans know that the good people of Oklahoma are indeed in his thoughts and prayers. Faith Hamilton, a regular listener and sometimes guest on PMPChannel, a resident of Kentucky, has been keeping her FB peeps up to date on what is going on in her area as well as in the OKC area. To all the first responders, rescue personnel and everyone else who is working so very hard to make this tragedy easier for those who have suffered a loss of home, loved one, or propery: May the Gods bless you, each and everyone! You are truly heroes!
SJ Tucker – Alligator in the House – Sirens
Omnia – Morrigan: I-The Maiden, II-The Mother, III-The Crone – Crone of War
Pagan Polka – SONA – Spoonwalk
What We Didn’t Have Time For
Sometimes there just is not enough time to get to everything that Z and RevKess want to cover. Here you will find some links to stories that there just wasn’t time for….
New smart phone app helps you boycott Koch Brothers and other corporations that are killing the Earth or taking choices away from the consumer. As of today, the app is available for iPhone and the Google platform, an Android version is coming soon.
Michelle from the Red Grail visited Murf, Kate and Phil at the studio this morning. She brought in a lovely little blue dragon statue for Murf. Would seem that the fae had been playing around with Michelle’s figurine collection and knocked the dragon shelf off. The dragon was perfectly up right, but the shelf was on the floor as at an angle. Now the little dragon is sitting at Murf’s home along with all her other dragon friends.
Tune in every Sunday morning to KZUM for Murphy’s Magic Mess, like us Facebook.
Friday the 17th of May is the International Day Against Homo/Bi/Transphobia. Official referred to as the International Day Against Homophobia, it is a day to take whatever steps you feel necessary (within reason) to combat homo/bi/transphobia in your community. Even the United Nations Human Rights Office has stepped up and gotten involved by releasing a video. This little video is only one thing that you can share to spread the word against h/b/t-phobia.
On Lavender Hill we do what we can to spread the word about intolerance, bigotry, persecution and violence against members of the LGBTQA+ community. Corwin and Phil are both openly out in the community and often take a stand on these issues, both on and off the air. It can be as simple as stepping up and defending someone against hateful words or as extreme as marching on the Capital steps to demonstrate in support of LGBTQ+ issues.
Around the globe their organizations that can help you get involved:
Hello, my friends! Sorry for any delay in the posting of the play list from Mother’s Day. Been a rather hectic week. But it is here, finally!
As you may recall, 12 May 2013 was Mother’s Day. It was also the start of a tracking week at KZUM. So, the play list has an obvious theme and reads a little differently. The theme was Mothers and Mother Goddesses. For good reason. And as you can see by looking at the list, we included the recorded label, recording company, or the artist’s name again if it was a self=published CD. This is the first time the list has been posted in this format, we hope you might find it useful.
Any errors are mine. I would appreciate any corrections that you might catch. You can comment to this posting with those corrections.
Mother’s Day Playlist
Wytches Chant ’98 – Inkubus Sukkubus – Away with the Faeries – Resurrection Records
at the beginning – dan kennedy – intuition -Mt Pollux Music
Talking Rocks – Stephen Savage – Future -Memory Danforth
Moon and Stream – Masako – Masako – Masako
Whispered From Within – Catherine Marie Charlton -River Flow: Sanctuary – Birds Flower Music
Gaia – Annette Cantor – Songs for the Goddess – Source Being Productions
Mother Gaia – Lis Addison – Crown in the Sky – LAZZ Promotions
Silk and Jasmine – Al Conti – The Blue Rose – Shadowside Music
Joyful Inspiration – Lia Scallon – The Luminous Pearl – Sounds of Sirius
Itu Lagu – AOMusic – Hokulea – Arcturian Gate
Arms of the Mother – Abbi Spinner McBride – Enter the Center – Abbi Spinner McBride
Good Mother Honey – Carolyn Hillyer – Grandmother Turtle – Seventh Wave Music
Ancient Mother – Amikaeyla and Ariana – Oshun Gaia – Amikaeyla and Ariana
Earth Mother – Desert Wind – Return to the Goddess: In Chants & Song – Alan Scott Bachman
Mother of the World – Sharon Knight – Incantation – Trance Jam
The Earth is Our Mother – Carien Wijnen – Womyn with Wings – Carien Wijnen
Heart of the Mother – Elaine Silver – Lady of the Lake – Silver Stream Music
A Mother’s Love – Gwydion Pendderwen – The Faerie Shaman – Serpentine Music
The Goddess Suite – Kirshna Das – Pilgrim Heart – Triloka
My Mother’s Song – Rowena – My Mother’s Song – Spiral Gate Records
GenIsis – Goddess Alchemy Project – Frequencies of the Motherland – Goddess Alchemy Project
Hello to all our listeners! Thank you for checking out the show notes for this 93rd edition of the Pagan Weekly News. Zaracon and RevKess do their best every week to bring you news, views, and interviews from the Global Pagan community.
Call for contributors:
There is a lot of news and information to cover and sometimes your hosts need your help. Today we are asking once again for volunteers from the larger Pagan community to help us cover the news that interests them. Z and RevKess find lots of stories that interest them every week, sometimes more than they can cover in 2-3 hours, but they want to know what you, the listener, want to hear about. Contributions to the show can be either live or recorded (submit mp3s to us at firstname.lastname@example.org), they can also be submitted in writing and read over the air by either Zaracon or RevKess. If you don’t want to contribute yourself, but know of something that you think we should be covering, email us or message us on Facebook with your suggestion. We want to hear from you!
On to the show:
If you are a regular listener of the Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel, then you know that on Tuesday 14 May 2013, RevKess and Zaracon did a Brief edition of PWN. For a change, Z was fully awake and coherent and RevKess was tired and scatter brained. Would be nice if both could be full alert and coherent, but that’s how the cookie crumbles sometimes. Rather than ramble on and be confusing, they decided to do a Briefs. From time to time there will be a Briefs put out, sometimes to fill when the show doesn’t air as it should, and sometimes to bring you up to date on something that is going on that the hosts think is very important.
That being said, PWN #93 is full of information from and about the Pagan community as well as a Pagan perspective on some of the mainstream news coverage you may have already seen, read or heard.
Peter Beckley returns to the blogosphere. After dealing with a kidney infection that lead to kidney failure, Peter writes about confronting his own mortality.
Greetings, listeners! Tuesday the 14th found Zaracon totally coherent, but RevKess was not with it. They elected to do a Brief instead of a full show. A full edition of PWN will air on Wednesday the 15th at the usual time.
Hello, listeners! Bet you are wondering how Mother’s Day and Death Rites wound up in the same show. Simple: Today is Mother’s Day and Thursday saw the death of my tradition’s founding high priest. Now, I don’t want you to get all sympathetic or empathetic with me. I appreciate the sentiment. I’m not looking for expressions of regret or condolences on his passing. The time was oddly appropriate, though.
Some of the best recognized Mother Goddesses are also Goddesses of death and destruction and rebirth. Kali, Sekhmet, Tiamat, just to name a few. In this episode we will not only honor some of the Goddesses of Motherhood, we will also honor some of the Goddesses of Death and Rebirth. Along the way I will share some memories of my high priest, Papa Tom and some of the music that makes me think of him.
An interesting article that my brother pulled up and shared in the chat room: Jesus Christ, the Myth by Barbara G. Walker – Pay special attention to her discussion of the Three Marys at the Cross to see how it pertains to this show.