Aimee (priestess) and Jacob (producer) sit down for some Cold Moon conversation about: Pagan and religious identity, aspects and incarnations of the Goddess, Witches and Wicca in popular culture and media, the role of Nature in worship, Urban Paganism, ritual tools, ceremony, magick, and more.
Solstice greetings! Light the Yule log and gather 'round the fire, as Aimee and Amanda explore navigating the Secular and Christian holiday season. Along the way, they share personal and family holiday practices, discuss the Winter Solstice, Christmas, commercialism, gift-giving, Pagan values, and more.
Aimee and Amanda delve into the darkness to shed light on the "dark side," shadow work, planting "seeds," negativity, chaos, seasonality, mental health, and more.
In this bonus episode, Amanda and Jacob (producer) sit down to talk about Amanda's latest pagan-related proposal, the meaning and role of the occult, the power of experience, and skepticism.
The Priestesses discuss coming out of the broom closet (or pagan pantry, as they like to say). Along the way, they share stories and experiences of coming out and being out. What can we expect from friends, family, and the public? Is it better to be out or keep things private? Let's explore, shall we?
Pour yourself some midnight margaritas, because the Priestesses continue their trip to the movies! This time, it's Practical Magic, the 1998 romantic comedy starring Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman. How does it compare to The Craft? What did it do for the image of pagans in the public eye? What does the movie really say about love spells, necromancy, and exorcism? Grab your hand vac broomstick and find out!
Happy Samhain, everyone! For this special episode, the Priestesses take a critical look at the 1996 film, The Craft. They discuss where the movies thrills, where it chills, its portrayal of magick and Wicca, if it's really a "pagan" movie (or not), Christian influences, silly chants, excessive candles, teen angst, and a whole lot more!
The Priestesses explore the questions: What is paganism? What are it's modern origins? Who qualifies as pagan? Are there commonalities in different forms of paganism? All this, and more.