Direct YouTube Link — Carolyn and I decided to continue the party from her Halloween Extravaganza Livestream into the wee hours of the morning in this second stream. 6:00: my entrance 1:11:00 my exit Themes AMSR We trade original poems Talk about creative energy, call of folk spirit/blood memory Old souls Personal glimpses Remaining open to new information and perspectives A little on astrology Animal … Continue reading Livestream: Halloween Goes All Night- The Great Order Joins!- Carolyn Emerick
Direct YouTube Link 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 … Continue reading Livestream: Volklore Halloween Star-Studded Extravaganza- Carolyn Emerick
I join the party at the 3:42:00 mark and we proceeded to speak with guest, Chris, about people’s place in society and a more holistic order, meaning, romanticism and rock stars, the sexes… — Interview and Public Appearance Disclaimer Opinions, thoughts, and views of guests/cohosts of shows on which I appear do not necessarily represent my opinions, thoughts, and views. My appearance on … Continue reading Livestream: Volklore E36: Christianity— The Witch Trial Era—Gatecrashed by The Great Order!
What and who is a Westerner, a European? What are traits that connect ancient inhabitants of Europe to the people of today? This series of five summaries draw from the book, The Uniqueness of Western Civilization, by Ricardo Duchesne. In it, the author takes a long view of history and exposes that which remains constant underneath the regular changes and explorations that Europeans have engaged … Continue reading The Uniqueness of Western Civilization Series
(Direct YouTube Link) In old Europe, the transition period between the warm growing season and cold winter provided an opportunity to contemplate and honor the dead. So many symbols and rhythms that survive to this day in our holidays, even in shallow and commercialized modern forms, contain and reveal what’s deep in our bones and is begging for us to reconnect with. Our ancestors lived … Continue reading Deep Halloween: Living a Life Worthy of Remembrance