Sun, 14 June 2009
Summertime, the livin' is easy, well it's not quite summer yet, but it feels like it here in The Wigglian Studio!
Hello everyone, thanks so much for downloading the show, we're so glad that you are deciding to spend a little of your day with us! Tonight we talk about Beauty and Sacred Landscapes! Lot's of poetry in this episode... Tonight's feature album is The Promise by Michelle Mays. We begin with One Power-Opening followed by The Welcoming. We close the show with One Power-Closing. Let's send some Wigglian Love Michelle's way...
For our second break we hear from fellow Canadians, Sarah McLachlan and Lorenna McKinnit. From Sarah's Stumbling Towards Ecstasy, we hear Ice and from Loreena's The Visit, please enjoy Greensleeves.
Here's the link for the Dionysos Bromios invocation that I read.
Friends, did you know that YOU make a difference?! That's right, YOU. We might get the accolades, but it's our wonderful listeners that make a difference in people's lives, YOU are the best listeners that a podcaster could ever hope for!
Thanks for making The Wigglian Way such a wonderful journey!
Sun, 31 May 2009
Hello and thanks for downloading episode 51, we're so glad that you've taken the time out of your day to spend a little time with us.
Spring is in full swing here in the Wigglian Nation! This episode, we answer a little listener email, Sparrow talks about connecting to a new place and we bring you the final interview portion with Fritz Muntean.
We also announce the winners of the Episode 50 Giveaway!
This episode's feature album is the 2007 release, Balance of Nature by Alexander James Adams. During our first musical interlude we hear Balance of Nature and Hymn to Herne. We close the show out with Creature of the Wood. Catch Alexander James Adams playing with Tricky Pixie at Faerie Worlds this year.
During our second break, we kick it old school with Todd Alan's, The Longest Day and from Desert Wind we hear From the Goddess.
For those of you able to make it out, here's the link for this years Pagan Spirit Gathering.
As always, you are the best thing about being a pagan podcaster, thank you!