300 episodes

For eight years the Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel has produced weekly content of the Pagan flavor. Continuously growing, PMPC now offers a wide selection of news, views, music, and information to the Global Pagan community.

Line-Up: Pagan-Musings Podcast with KaliSara and RevKess, Sundays at 7pm Central. Musica Pagani with RevKess (currently on hiatus). Pagan Weekly News with RevKess and KaliSara, Thursdays at 10pm Central.

The Maiden, Mother, and Crone of Green Egg joined the line-up in 2015. Bringing aspects of the magazine to life on the Channel, you can find their live shows on alternating Saturdays. Check listings for programming information.

PMPChannel also plays Selections from the Mess from KZUM-Lincoln's Murphy's Magic Mess and Lavender Hill from KZUM-Lincoln.

Show notes available at www.pmpchannel.com. Like us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/paganmusings).

Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel Pagan Musings Podcast Channel

    • Spirituality

For eight years the Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel has produced weekly content of the Pagan flavor. Continuously growing, PMPC now offers a wide selection of news, views, music, and information to the Global Pagan community.

Line-Up: Pagan-Musings Podcast with KaliSara and RevKess, Sundays at 7pm Central. Musica Pagani with RevKess (currently on hiatus). Pagan Weekly News with RevKess and KaliSara, Thursdays at 10pm Central.

The Maiden, Mother, and Crone of Green Egg joined the line-up in 2015. Bringing aspects of the magazine to life on the Channel, you can find their live shows on alternating Saturdays. Check listings for programming information.

PMPChannel also plays Selections from the Mess from KZUM-Lincoln's Murphy's Magic Mess and Lavender Hill from KZUM-Lincoln.

Show notes available at www.pmpchannel.com. Like us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/paganmusings).

    PMP: Crow Joins Pagan-Musings at KZUM

    PMP: Crow Joins Pagan-Musings at KZUM

    RevKess is joined by his new co-host Crow. Crow has been a guest on the channel a couple of times and has been a friend of both RevKess and KaliSara for around a decade. He joins the show to fill the chair left open with KaliSara's recent leave-taking to spend more time with her family and her writing career. We wish her nothing but the best and look forward to having her visit from time to time as her schedule allows - like when book three of her Runespells series come out!

    Crow comes to the channel with years of experience as a community leader with the Order of the Red Grail. He is the high priest of ORG and has been active in the Lincoln, NE Pagan community for a number of years. This first episode is spent allowing the listeners to get to know him a bit. With ramblings and musings from both he and RevKess, the show goes everywhere from a basic intro of Crow to a discussion on elder-care with many stops in between.

    This is also the first episode recorded in the KZUM Community Radio production studio. A HUGE thank you to KZUM for allowing PMP to use their facilities. We will soon be broadcasting through their podcast stream. Please visit the PMPChannel Facebook for details on that.

    • 2 hr 4 min
    PMP: Sacred Pilgrimage with Barbara Snow

    PMP: Sacred Pilgrimage with Barbara Snow

    Author and shaman, Barbara Snow, returns to visit with the hosts about Peruvian shamanism. The first half of November, Barbara went on a Pilgrimage from Lake Titicaca to the Sacred Valley of Peru, following the cultural evolution of the Incan culture. She plans to bring us a fascinating conversation about that journey upon this visit.


    Barbara is a nonfiction and fiction author as well as an Andean shaman.


    (This show was rescheduled from Oct. 15th to accommodate her pilgrimage and allow for our listeners to have the best experience possible.)


    Open song: Sacred Fire by Denean from her album Fire PRayer; closing song: Goddess of Letting Go by Mama Gina from her album Goddess Kiss'd.

    • 2 hr 1 min
    PMP: Judith Laxer and 18 Years of Gaia's Temple

    PMP: Judith Laxer and 18 Years of Gaia's Temple

    Friend and priestess, Judith Laxer returns to the show to talk about eighteen years with Gaia's Temple. Based in the Pacific Northwest, Gaia's Temple has been serving the community for nearly two decades. Judith was a performer before she answered the calling of the Goddess to serve as a priestess to her community. That calling moved her cross country to where she resides now.


    Find Gaia's Temple on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Gaias-Temple-120431614651566/


    Pagan-Musings is thrilled to have Judith on the show again to talk about her journey and what a little (okay, a lot) of dedication, blood, sweat, and tears can do to build a community.  She is also one of the contributors to The Pagan Leadership Anthology, a book that the hosts of PMPChannel are both in.

    • 2 hr 2 min
    PMP: Samhain 2010 revisted, Samhain Comes Early

    PMP: Samhain 2010 revisted, Samhain Comes Early

    RevKess and KaliSara revisit Samhain past again with their 2010 episode of an early celebration. Last week they shared their very first Samhain episode, so why not move on to the next one? The hosts hope you enjoy a reminisce from times gone by.

    Barbara Snow was originally scheduled for this week. She has recently moved and her calendar got misplaced along the way. We agreed to reschedule for Dec 3rd when she will visit to talk about her November pilgrimage through the Sacred Valley of Peru.

     

    • 2 hr 1 min
    PMP: 2009 Samhain Episode revisited

    PMP: 2009 Samhain Episode revisited

    KaliSara & RevKess decided to continue sharing previous episodes with you this week with their very first Samhain episode of the podcast series. They hope that you enjoy the show and the information that they shared then. Listen close and hear how they have changed over the years. Next week's show will be from Samhain 2010! Hear the difference!

    (The originally scheduled program for this date was canceled at the last minute due to scheduling conflicts. The Crew of 42 and Beyond thank you for your understanding and hopes that you check their anthology collection out on Amazon.)

    • 2 hr 2 min
    PMP replay: Lupa and Nature Magick

    PMP replay: Lupa and Nature Magick

    KaliSara & RevKess are pleased to have as a returning guest this week Lupa!

    Lupa is a pagan artist, author, and naturalist in the Pacific Northwest. She is the author of several books, including Nature Spirituality From the Ground Up: Connect With Totems In Your Ecosystem, and she is the creator of Tarot of Bones. More information on her work may be found at http://www.thegreenwolf.com.

    The hosts hope that you enjoy this replay and will tune in next week for a roundtable with Chandra Trulove Fry and some of the contributors to 42 & Beyond, a space opera anthology in honor of Douglas Adams. Life has gotten busy and complicated for your hosts this season, they hope to be back in full swing with new and live episodes very soon. Later in October they will be joined again by shaman Barbara Snow to talk about Andean shamanism and also a visit with Gaia Temple priestess Judith Laxer.

     

    • 2 hr

Customer Reviews

Maekala ,

Bad Sound Quality Made Up With Some Content

So I only ever listen when Taylor Ellwood is hosting because of my interest in Pop Culture Paganism and his discussions usually feature those topics. Unfortunately, it can be hard to get through an interview because the sound quality is barely listenable and Taylor can be bad about letting the conversation die. Hopefully he'll get better at guiding conversations in the future.

I would also please ask that the hosts talk to interviewees before hand and stress that they remove extraneous sound. I hate when I can hear someone's chair or floorboards creaking in the background since I usually listen with earbuds while I'm listening. More than once, I've had to cut an episode short because it was so bad.

LSmagick ,

Great show

I rather listen to them, then to others podcast out there that tend to sugarcoat everything. Or worse try to sweep all current events under. I been listening to them since March 2017 .

Sad Pagan ,

No direction- Disappointed

I wanted to like this as being a Pagan in the South is particularly isolating. I ended the episode halfway through from boredom. Talked about Pagan Pride with no direction at all. Felt like I was listening to my aunts rambling at a family reunion.

Top Podcasts In Spirituality

Listeners Also Subscribed To