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February 2019 Blog Posts (3)

Tales Told Out of School; Urban Myths

The Urban Myth is the subject of this week's show.

 

Why do we tell eachother such stories? They're always so extreme and fantastic that, really, the rational mind knows they can't be true. But not only do we tell them anyway; we, in fact listen to them as well. Maybe these fantastic set of circumstances just might be real afterall!

 

The Urban myth has alot in common with traditional myths and folklore, in the way they satisfy a need for storytelling. It may be…

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Added by Hawthorne on February 26, 2019 at 7:19am — No Comments

Love Notes for Valentines Day

Valentine's Day will be here on the 14th. Let's pass a couple love notes!

 

Some people believe that the Ancient Roman holiday of the Lupercalia was the forerunner to Valentine's Day. That's not actually true, but there are some associations so we'll take a look at what the Lupcalia was all about.

 

Then we'll talk a bit about the Christian St. Valentine - or ValentineS, plural. There was actually more than one Valentine - but were they all…

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Added by Hawthorne on February 12, 2019 at 7:26am — No Comments

February; Fire and Ice

They say that February was made the shortest month because everybody wants it to be OVER WITH from the start!

 

February is one of the most primordial months. It's all about extremes. And, like the sabbat Imbolc, it's just as much about Fire as it is about Ice.

 

Fire and Ice are the Primordial elements that, in the Norse Tradition that formed to create our world. So this is a good time to think a bit about the Nordic Tradition; just what is and what it…

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Added by Hawthorne on February 5, 2019 at 7:50am — No Comments

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