Pagan Pathfinders Podcast: Preview

http://paganpathfinders.webs.com / http://www.spreecast.com/channels/sable-aradias-channel: Picture, if you will, a virtual campfire in the astral plane, and around this campfire, a heartbeat drum calls to the elders and leaders of the worldwide Pagan community. They are organizers, facilitators, authors, musicians, scholars, artists, advocates, and community-builders. They practice almost every conceivable Pagan faith and span time zones from the Pacific Coast of North America to New South Wales, Australia. Some of them are famous, some semi-famous, and some only famous in their own communities. But wherever they are, whoever they are, they are those who find the paths for the rest of us.

My name is Sable Aradia, and I’m a Witch from Vernon, BC, Canada. This was the vision that came to me one day when I looked at my Facebook contact list, and realized how many interesting and influential Pagans had responded to my contact requests. I wasn’t sure they would go for it – after all, by definition they are very busy people – but I put the email out there anyway, realizing that it really couldn’t hurt to ask. And the response was overwhelming. I found most of these people to be approachable, friendly, accommodating, and eager to share ideas and build bridges. And with the technology of Skype and now Spreecast, we made it happen.

Once a month, we will gather to discuss topics of interest to Pagans everywhere, with panels formed from a list of some of the greatest movers and shakers in the modern Pagan world.

We’ll stream our candid discussions live and uncensored for the rest of the world to hear, and we’ll invite YOU to participate! There are only two rules; try not to interrupt anyone, and if anyone starts mudslinging, they will be asked to leave.

Welcome to Pagan Pathfinders!

Notes:

Theme Music: “Fire Transforms Us” by Sable. Copyright (c) 2012, used by permission.

All photos have been used by permission of the copyright holders and feature people who have actually appeared on the show in the audio incarnation. The list of names scrolling by the Facebook logo are Pagans who may appear on the show at some future date and they come from my Facebook contact list. The use of names and images does not imply that any of the people in question endorse the Pagan Pathfinders Podcast.

The Pagan Pathfinders Podcast is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-No-Derivatives 2.5 Canada License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/ca/. All other rights reserved.

~ by Sable Aradia on August 8, 2013.

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