Episode 83 – Shapeshifting Revisited
Tonight we have a special guest with us to discuss shapeshifting once more. Plus we’ll hear an Appalachian folktale and a few shapeshifting spells, too!
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Download: Episode 83 – Shapeshifting Revisited
Our friend Achija Branvin Sionnach of Spellbound Bookbinding is our special guest this evening, and he’s also offering a special service to all of our listeners: If you have a paperback book you want leatherbound, he will do it for you for the costs of materials and shipping! Just mention you heard him on our show.
- The Encyclopedia of 5,000 Spells, by Judika Illes
- Call of the Horned Piper, by Nigel Aldcroft Jackson
- Human Animals, by Frank Hamill
- Monsters, by John Michael Greer
- The Celtic Golden Dawn, by John Michael Greer
- Circles of Power, by John Michael Greer
- Resurrection of the Meadow, by Robin Artisson
- Transcendental Magic, by Elphias Levi
- By Oak, Ash, & Thorn, by D.J. Conway
Cory also mentions the short film Foxes, which involves shapeshifting. Our guest tells the story of “Cat & Mouse,” an Appalachian Jack tale. And we also mention the story of Nebuchadnezzar from the biblical book of Daniel.
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Promos & Music
Title music: “Homebound,” by Jag, from Cypress Grove Blues. From Magnatune.
Music: “Werewolves 2.0,” by Moi, le voisin, from Soundcloud (used under the Creative Commons license). Incidental music is “Ambient 1,” by Olssons, also from Soundcloud.
Podcast recommendation: Check out the latest episode of Infinite Beliefs, which features our friend (and sometime shapeshifting witch) Sarah Anne Lawless!