Podcast 59 – A New Year for Witches

Summary:

In our latest show, we talk about what our plans are for the coming year; about getting out of our heads and into our incantations; and about the exploding presence of witches in media lately. We also have our NOLA swag bag contest winners announced!

Play:

Download: New World Witchery – Episode 59

 -Sources-

  1. American Horror Story: Coven – Also check out Fire Lyte’s article on it, which we mention.
  2. Other recent media featuring witches includes: Beautiful Creatures, Rob Zombie’s Lords of Salem, Witches of East End, Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, The Magicians (by Lev Grossman), Frozen (okay, she’s not a witch, but a sorceress/queen, and a good one at that!), Maleficent, Once Upon a Time, and Grimm.  I mentioned and linked many of these in a recent cartulary post, too, if you’re interested.
  3. We announced a NOLA swag contest winners in this episode! Listen if you want to know who the lucky three were.

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 Promos & Music

Title music:  “Homebound,” by Jag, from Cypress Grove Blues.  From Magnatune.

Promos:

  1. Pagan Life Radio
  2. Down at the Crossroads

(Song snippet: “Season of the Witch,” by Donovan)

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3 Comments on “Podcast 59 – A New Year for Witches”

  1. whitebryony Says:

    Lords of Salem can be pretty much summed up at Rob Zombie does Rosemary’s baby. It’s surprisingly light on gore (especially compared with the Devil’s Rejects) and features an anti Christ that looks like a crayfish.
    …Was that roughly what you were expecting?

    I’m totally with you on wanting to be more hands on- I’ve been painfully lazy with my Craft for the past year. Looking forward to the future episodes 🙂

  2. whitebryony Says:

    Lords of Salem can be summed up as Rob Zombie does Rosemary’s Baby. It’s surprisingly light on gore (especially compared to the Devil’s Rejects) and features an anti Christ that looks like a crayfish.
    …I never thought I’d type that.

    I’m totally with you guys on wanting to practice more this year- I’ve been painfully lazy with my Craft recently.Looking forward to future episodes! 🙂


  3. I really wanted my first comment on your podcast to be deep and witchy… but I just came to say that you should both watch Hansel & Gretel! As I think you both said, it is ridiculous but great fun to watch. It’s not portraying witches as all being evil either, but I won’t spoil it for you both. I definitely recommend it! 🙂


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