Carolyn Emerick hosted a livestream on Halloween night that I participated in at two different junctures.
I was on at varying times with Jason of No White Guilt, Carolyn’s co-host, Chris, Gythja Dawn of Heathen Coalition, and Heidrun.
Entrance 1: 2:54:12
Poetry reading contest: 3:16:00
Exit 1: 4:32:30
Themes of 1st appearance:
-Holidays being un-hallowed
-Poetry reading contest
-Changing demographics affecting Halloween
-The importance of being “three dimensional” as public figures
-Culture creation as opposed to only being reactionary.
-Engaging with old artworks as though they are living
-I read an in-progress original poem about Halloween and autumn…
…and then am questioned by Jason on my creative process.
Entrance 2: 5:53:00
Till 8 hour cut off! We reached the limit of YouTube streaming
Themes of 2nd appearance:
-Apples, poetry, and immortality
-Irish lore and Gods
-The magic of words and poetry
-“Witch” is our “shaman,” cultural appropriation
-Boasts and honor about our own ancestors, and audience chimes in
-Celtic birth is a death in other world
-Celtic lettering and symbols
-Function of priest/priestess castes
-Perception of time
-Open minds of children
-Jason of No White Guilt shows his masterful storytelling abilities by relating a tale from his own life appropriate for Halloween
The Other Parts of this Halloween Extravaganza:
Hour 1: Northumbrian and William of Mercia from DefendEvropa.com spoke of these traditions coming back to England, and their old folkish roots there.
Hour 2: Gythja Dawn of The Heathen Coalition on Celtic and Norse Halloween connections, the loss of feast days in modernity.
Hour 3: Heidrun on fate and intention, folk soul/collective unconscious, old social orders, Arthurian lore, Anglo Saxon book recommendations.
4:33:00 The Urban Animist on death deities and live rune readings.
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