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Deep conversations about divination, magick, art, and living a spiritual life in the modern world.

The Hermit's Lamp Podcast - A place for witches, hermits, mystics, healers, and seekers Andrew McGregor

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Deep conversations about divination, magick, art, and living a spiritual life in the modern world.

    EP115 TIKTOK, Algorythms, and Magic with Chaweon Koo

    EP115 TIKTOK, Algorythms, and Magic with Chaweon Koo

    Andrew and Chaweon talk about the nature of magic in the social media age. They get into how it is like finding other paths. The pros and cons of WitchTok and Chaweon's explorations of starting cults. Check out the Patreon Bonus for a talk on how to start your own cult. 
     
    Think about how much you've enjoyed the podcast and how many episodes you listened to, and consider if it is time to support the Patreon You can do so here.You can book time with Andrew through his site here. 
     


    You can find Chaweon on Youtube here along with all her other links. 
     


    Andrew as always is here.  
     


    Thanks as always for listening. Consider going to support the Patreon here. 


    Andrew


     
    You can book time with Andrew through his site here. The transcript exceeds Podbeans limit and can be found on my website here. \

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    EP114 Shadow Work with Sasha Graham

    EP114 Shadow Work with Sasha Graham

    Sasha and Andrew talk about finding balance. How working on your shadow is just as important as working on the rest of yourself. They explore tarot and other tools along with personal stories of encounters wit the shadow. 
     


    Think about how much you've enjoyed the podcast and how many episodes you listened to, and consider if it is time to support the Patreon You can do so here.
     
    Supporters get early access and at th e$5 level access ro a bonus recording for each episode - this one a 17 minute talk on how to work with your shadow. 
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    You can find Sasha here. 


    Andrew is here. 
     
    Thanks for joining the conversation. Please share the podcast to help us grow and change the world. AndrewYou can book time with Andrew through his site here. 
     


    Transcription. 


    Andrew:


    Welcome to another episode of The Hermits Lamp podcast. I am here today with Sasha Graham. I met Sasha at Readers Studio a number of years ago where they were talking about shadow work. And recently, this summer, they came out with a deck called the Dark Wood Tarot, which digs right into that shadow stuff. And for people who've spent time around me, really owning both sides of that stuff is important I think to every spiritual journey.


    So I wanted to kind of have Sasha on here to talk shadow stuff and talk dealing with those things, especially at a time when COVID and racial issues and justice issues or the shadow issues of our cultures are really being brought to the foreground as well. It feels like an important conversation and an important thing to keep paying attention to. But maybe everybody doesn't know who you are, Sasha. So why don't you give us a quick introduction?


    Sasha:


    Yeah. Well, first off, thank you. Thank you so much for having me. So my name's Sasha Graham. I'm a tarot author and a deck creator and a teacher. I've written, I think, eight tarot books for Llewellyn and Lo Scarabeo. And I contribute to the Llewellyn's Magical Almanacs, which is Datebooks. And I've created two tarot decks, both of them kind of steeped in spooky darkness because I love that vibe: The Tarot of the Haunted House for Lo Scarabeo and The Dark Wood Tarot, which has just come out a couple months ago, with Llewellyn.


    Andrew:


    So tell me this, because you are a very positive-seeming, very upbeat, very energetic and outgoing kind of person. What's with all the darkness? What's with the appeal of that for you? What do you get from that?


    Sasha:


    I am a person who... The darkest parts of anything in my life that I've ever experienced, the most challenging things in my life that I've ever experienced has always paid itself back on the light side, if that makes sense. So I grew up in a very kind of... I think my childhood, to be honest with you, felt very terrifying. I lived in wild, rural places. I was on mountains and planes. We moved around.


    The world always felt very supernatural and very scary. And it was always kind of going in and embracing the things and figuring out all of the dark stuff helped me find the light that much better, if that makes any sense. And especially I think as a teenager, when there were certain things that I couldn't process that were happening in my life, it was easier for me to go to horror and Stephen King. I happened to come of age when vampires and Anne Rice became a thing and the goth movement first came out.


    So, to me, grinding yourself against the darkness, grinding yourself against the stuff that terrifies you makes you stronger and ultimately it makes you more whole. And then as I transitioned into my work as a taroist and as a writer and as like, I don't know, a spiritual creature or whatever you want to call it, I realized how profound and how the further you go into the...


    We're all here to evolve, righ

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    EP113 Fake asteroids and real life with Jenn Zahrt

    EP113 Fake asteroids and real life with Jenn Zahrt

    We talk about Jenn's new kiddo, Andrew's reasons for walking away from astrology, and some new ways to interact with the stars.

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    EP112 WTF...still? With Stacking Skulls

    EP112 WTF...still? With Stacking Skulls

    Andrew, Fabeku, and Aidan (aka Stacking Skulls) talk about astrology, racism, colonialism, magic, getting by during the pandemic, and so much more.

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    EP111 Divination and Connecting to Spirit with Nancy Antenucci

    EP111 Divination and Connecting to Spirit with Nancy Antenucci

    The podcasts first guest returns to talk all about connecting with spirit through movement and divination. We talk a lot about getting present, wrestling with tough stuff, magic, mediumship, getting messages and more . 
     
    Be sure to check out the bonus episode for folks subscribed at the $5 level and above. Think about how much you've enjoyed the podcast and how many episodes you listened to, and consider if it is time to support the Patreon You can do so here.
    You can find the 3 video pandemic series here. 


    Nancy and James Wells have a new healing offering here And you can find nancy here on facebook. 


    As always Andrew is here. 


     
    If you want more of this in your life you can subscribe by RSS , iTunes, Stitcher, or email.
     
    Thanks for joining the conversation. Please share the podcast to help us grow and change the world. Andrew


     
    Transcription is too long for Podbean so you can find it here on my website. 

     
     

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    EP110 Relationships with Ari of Saltwater and Stars

    EP110 Relationships with Ari of Saltwater and Stars

    Ari and Andrew talk about relationships, hierarchy, and understanding our own desire. 
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    You can find Ari here.
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    Transcription. 
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    Andrew McGregor Everybody, welcome to another episode of the Hermit's lamp Podcast. I am here today with Ari from salt water and stars. You know, last year, just lift it up about a year ago almost to the day we recorded a podcast on you know, love spirit polyamory was titled for it. And we've been chatting some in between them. I kind of thought that during this quarantine time having an episode about relationships might be an interesting thing, you know, because there are a lot of people in a lot of situations that are suddenly different in one way or another. So, you know, as well as all the sort of other differences that are happening. But you know, I guess in case people don't know who you are, why don't you introduce yourself again?
    Ari Yes, introductions.
    So I'm Ari, as he said, I'm an astrologer.
    Oh boo Ha.
    I live in central PA. My family's from Puerto Rico, and New York. Um, yeah, I'm a writer, a poet. pretty much sums it up. Cool.
    So, I guess I guess one of the things that we could maybe start by talking about is
    Andrew McGregor what's, what's going on for you or What do you care to share around, like, your life and relationship? You know, we're all we're all in lockdown, you know, or we're all ideally, socially distancing or you know, as I hear, they want us to call out, physically distancing because they don't want to under us undermine social part.
    Ari You know, social spaciousness, social spaciousness,
    Andrew McGregor right?
    You know, what's, what's going on for you with this?
    Ari Yeah, this is Actually, interestingly has me thinking so much more about relationship, or so much more clearly because I'm always thinking about relationship for me, so I practice relationship anarchy, and just really trying to consciously deconstruct hierarchy and capitalism in relationships. And I feel so grateful to be in that practice right now. Because it's allowing me to tap into support system and be available to support system in a way that might have been more challenging if I was trying to operate in hierarchies and kind of be under this premise. Like, okay, so I'm in lockdown with my partners. So like, I really only need to rely on my partner and
    that's the beginning the end of it,
    but being able to tap into broader network of care and mutual aid and solidarity because I have my understanding and my belief that every single relationship is a living entity and they're all equally important. And so the way that I've been investing into that practice over the last several years, I'm feeling really grateful for right now because I feel like I'm at a point where I can lean into that, like I can lean into friendship and romance and spiritual relationship like all these moving parts, without like, I don't feel like I've had to reorient much. So I know that a lot of people are reorienting towards relationship right now. Because they have the time or they have the awareness that it seems like it's more urgent than usual. But I think it's always urgent to be in right relationship and it's always urgent to be investigating
    how we
    how we understand and how How we perpetuate and create and collaborate with others.
    Andrew McGregor Mm hmm.
    So, you know, I think that one of the things that's really always interesting about talk

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