Episode pic original art is ‘Birds’ by Arthur Rackham from “Comus, Cinderella, English Fairy Tales, Sleeping Beauty, and elsewhere”
This episode we are coming back to Ipso Facto to listen in on another delicious lecture by Dr. James D. Rietveld…this time to talk about Faeries. But first you’ll get to kick it with your Magik Pizza hosts for a little wine, a little catching up, and some tasty recommendations. We hope you enjoy the magick, history, and folklore served up in this tasty slice. Thanks again, Pizza Pals.
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Listen, listeners. The time has come.. For another slice of Magik Pizza. You will get to learn alot about Jennifer Morris, how to approach interacting with the Fae, and so much more. But nothing comes easy when its MP, it must be earned.. You will trudge through Disembodied voices, Pointy Pickle shoes, ghetto fixes and MOAR. So much more.
Enjoy the slice!
About the Speaker:
Jennifer Morris is a certified Crystal Healer/Teacher, Reiki Master, Energy Healer, 5th degree Black Belt, proprietor of the Crystal Haven, and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She has been a practicing witch since 1972, and student of Victoria Arkle, she is a life-long practitioner of the intuitive arts, offering years of knowledge and experience of the healing arts to all her students. And just an all around fun and wondrously sweet human being.
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We know how much you love these lectures, so we won’t DARE deprive you of this one. Joined once again by Dr. James Rietveld, we’re learning about the ritual, magick, and gods of an ancient culture little known outside of academia. But as always, you gotta get through the weird stuff, like: off-key car karaoke, excessive bread-baking, and bandy-legged mosquitoes.
Blessings of Plenty to all our listeners from Hannah. Great are the Corn Mothers, Blessed is John Barleycorn, Mighty Demeter, Hearth Mothers, and all bringers, makers, earners, and sacrificers to their households. Hail! And good tidings to you all. 😘 #Lughnasadh#Lammas#LoafMass#Lammastide#FirstHarvest
Hello, Listeners! And might we just say how patient you are this episode?
How we trust that you will bare through the brunt of ruined paint brushes, romano-bae pie, and other such nonsense? ALL in the name of getting to what you TRULY want, the awe-inspiring intelligence of PHD holder of the Occult Studies, Thea Wirsching. Join us and Terri Kennedy at Ipso Facto as we learn not only more about this amazing Pluto Babe, but also what Evolutionary Astrology really means and how it is relevant to you.
Happy Birthday to you, dear Listeners.. And to us!
This episode we celebrate the first annual MAGIK PIZZA BIRTHDAY PARTY! Wooo!~
A nice slice of casual, you will hear us contemplate where we are, where we’ve been, and where we are looking to go for the podcast! All the while listening to us slur our words, eat copious amounts of pizza, and scarf down some tasty, tasty chocolate cake!
-H & S
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“Gym, dance class, playing a sport, going to the beach, hiking, camping, find a class for a hobby you’ve always wanted to try, take a walk, look up at the night sky, lay in the grass, watch the birds, look for the beauty and magick around you and interact with it. Listen, play, create, and love…please, with everything you have; Love. Enjoy the life you have while you have it. Seek out your passion, pursue it to your own glorious folly. Make your myth. Live.”
Utilizing spray bottles to their fullest potential.
“In my opinion, Spray bottles can be used for so much more than just scaring your cat.. They can be used to apply home-made insecticide to your garden beds, for applying the perfect amount of egg wash to your baked-goods, or even for dispersing an even amount of oil to your frying pan! All with the added benefit of not having aerosol in your food/home! Its cheaper, it’s healthier, it’s less waste, and it’s all around better for you and the environment.”
Today on MP, we are joined once again by the enthralling Dr. James Rietveld, and are all the more enlightened by his lecture on Ancient Jewish Magic! Now before we actually -get- to the lecture, we spend a good minute catching up, opening presents, and getting side-tracked. Hope you like nerdy shenanigans, guys!
-H & S
Flyer for the free lecture event held at Ipso Facto in Fullerton, California; created by Terri Kennedy
More About James Rietveld, Ph.D. :
James Rietveld is a professor of Religion, Archaeology, and Antiquities from Claremont Graduate University’s School of Religion (PhD 2006). His specialties include the History of Christianity in the Early, Medieval, and Byzantine periods and Greco-Roman religions. Also at Claremont, Rietveld minored in Islam and Hinduism. Rietveld received both his Bachelor of Arts and his Masters of Arts in History at California State University Fullerton in 1991 and 1998 respectively and a classical education in Greek and Latin from University of California Irvine from 1999-2001. Rietveld is currently teaching at California State University Long Beach. He has a passion for studies revolving around Asia Minor and is an accomplished, author and radio presenter.
Join the groups on social media that are related to your hobbies! Ex: Taxidermy, Cast Iron, Homesteading. etc.. They may help you get more knowledge, friendships, and weird things you might want. Like a bag of teeth.
On today’s fresh slice of MP, we have for you a delightful lecture and meditation on Saturn and how it affects us by the amazing, Thea Wirsching. But before you get to the good stuff, you get to wade through Dad Jokes, Capsasin, and Apple Pie.