This week here on The Spiral Dance, let's create Magick through Masking. If you went to a Halloween party recently, what would you GO AS?
We all wear masks, although the extent to which we layer ourselves or are aware of them varies greatly.
Masks are a familiar and vivid element in many folk and traditional pageants, ceremonies, rituals and festivals, and are often of an ancient origin.
One reason for wearing a mask is to pretend to be someone or something else. The mask can be a kind of language that expresses the emotion of the figure one chooses to create.
We're going to ask questions like what masks do you wear and why?
And, for the Spiral Dance Spell of the Week - The Mask of the Unified Self
Be well. Do good. Enjoy the show!
Some of the music you'll hear on this weeks show include Loreena McKennitt: "Marakesh Night Market"; Elvin Drums: "Mask"; The Moody Blues: "The Story in Your Eyes"; Pandemonaeon: "Born; Carrie Newcomer: "Be True" and more.
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