9 episodes

Druid writers Alison Leigh Lilly and Jeff Lilly discuss the news and politics of the day informed by their backgrounds in religion, philosophy, linguistics and Pagan spirituality.

Dining with Druids Alison Leigh Lilly & Jeff Lilly

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.0 • 11 Ratings

Druid writers Alison Leigh Lilly and Jeff Lilly discuss the news and politics of the day informed by their backgrounds in religion, philosophy, linguistics and Pagan spirituality.

    FF&C Episode 3 – Happy (Belated!) Earth Day

    FF&C Episode 3 – Happy (Belated!) Earth Day

    Welcome to our last Sneak Peek Pro episode of Faith, Fern & Compass, where every day is Earth Day. In Episode 003 – Happy (Belated) Earth Day!, we celebrate the Earth as our mother and our home, taking a look back at the origins of the holiday and how it’s evolved over the past 42 […]

    Faith, Fern & Compass Pro – Another Free Preview!

    Faith, Fern & Compass Pro – Another Free Preview!

    This week, enjoy a sneak peek of Faith, Fern & Compass Pro in a special preseason episode exploring the spiritual practice of silence in an age of noise and fury. In Preseason Episode 2 – The Spaciousness of Quiet, we explore the “unwanted sounds of everything we want” and why contemplative silence plays such an […]

    Faith, Fern & Compass Sneak Peek!

    Faith, Fern & Compass Sneak Peek!

    Enjoy a sneak peek of our new podcast, Faith, Fern & Compass, as we explore nature spirituality in the digital age in Preseason Episode 1 – The Stories We Live. Tonight, we talk about a new approach to the four elements, we share a glimpse into the connection between ecopsychology and global warming, we share […]

    Episode 10 – Celestial Seesaw

    Episode 10 – Celestial Seesaw

    Welcome to Episode 10 of Dining with Druids! We’re your hosts, Alison and Jeff Lilly. In tonight’s episode, “Celestial Seesaw“, Ali and Jeff take a deep breath and plunge back into podcasting after a crazy-busy seven month hiatus, reflecting on the sacred pause of the equinox and sharing a few stories about their wedding (woot!), […]

    Episode 9 – Holy Personal Gnosis, Batman!

    Episode 9 – Holy Personal Gnosis, Batman!

    Welcome to Episode 9 of Dining with Druids! We’re your hosts, Ali and Jeff Lilly. In tonight’s episode, “Holy Personal Gnosis, Batman!“, Ali and Jeff open up about their relationships with the gods, sharing a little insight into how they grapple with questions of spiritual authenticity and internal versus external sources of authority, balancing academic […]

    Episode 8 – Polytheistssaywhat?

    Episode 8 – Polytheistssaywhat?

    Welcome to Episode 8 of Dining with Druids! We’re your hosts, Ali and Jeff Lilly. In tonight’s episode, “Polytheistssaywhat?” Ali and Jeff are on the road again, this time traveling with Cu Gwyn the Wonder Cat for company as they discuss the portrayal of religion in science fiction, the evolution of modern Paganism and its […]

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Ardal_Tathmael ,

Stick with it listeners!

I first heard about it from Standing Stone and Garden Gate, and as I'm want to do I started with the first episode. I was not enjoying it. The content was good, but the delivery and sound quality was not. I saw the most recent episode, and I read a positive blog post , so I knew I that I wanted to listen to it . After episode 4, I decided to just skip to episode 9, which was fantastic in content and delivery. I'm now going to listen to 5-8, because the content is worth hearing.

Sinatra7 ,

Try doing some prep

Seriously, are these hosts even trying to do a good job? I started with the first episode and it was awful. Bad sound, lots of awkward pauses and no real direction. Well ok, sometimes the early episodes of a new podcast are pretty bad, especially if the hosts are not experienced.

So I tried a later one. This one they recorded while driving in their car. She explains that and then it goes into "Ummmm .... so I don't know what to talk about." And he says "Well, ummm .. .(long silence ... long, long, long silence) ... I don't know. Umm... hey, look at that sign!"

Sorry, it's not interesting. It's not even bearable. It is frustrating because the episode titles are intriguing, but they're just not able to deliver on the promise.

Melissadoesart ,

Too quiet

I think I would like this more if I could hear it. I have to crank my speakers on my machine to actually listen to the conversation.

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