Episode 125 – Elements

Summary:

This time we’re looking at an aspect of magic that we’ve (surprisingly) not gotten into before: the elements. We discuss the Classical elements, other elemental systems (there may be a mention of Einsteinium involved), and what underlies the use of elements in magic.

 

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 -Sources-

Laine mentions Cunningham’s Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner, which influenced her work with elemental systems. We’d also likely recommend his Earth Power and Earth, Air, Fire, Water as well.

Cory mentions Oliver Sacks, a neuroscientist who collected the different elements.

The fun XKCD comic about element-bending (actually polonium and not einsteinium) is here.

Thanks to listener Nora for our everyday magical object: fossilized seashells!

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Title and closing music is “Homebound,” by Bluesboy Jag, and is used under license from Magnatune. Incidental music is “The Pan Chaser,” by Fernwood, licensed from Magnatune.

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