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Ni har väll inte missat Davids politikpodd som han har med sin gamla kollega från Morgonpasset, Katherine Zimmermman. De går igenom allt du behöver veta om svensk politik och lite till tillsammans med Lova Olsson och Moa Wallin. I senaste avsnittet hör du om bland annat den mäktigaste kvinnan inom Sverigedemokraterna just nu. Lyssna i Sveriges Radio Play.
The Three Witches take a break and let the Druid men have an episode were we talk about being men in a female dominant spirituality. Which is a great thing by the way!Music: The Thieves of Dagdad Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/threewitchesandadruid. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Technically PVP Show Notes Episode 192 - Rdruid 10.2 7:57 - Need-Greed-Pass 16:49 - Upcoming WoW PVP Events Trial Exploit Community is hosting another Bread and Circuses Tournament (3v3) on Nov 25th. More info on the community discord. https://bit.ly/3sbjpoI Void.gg hosting another Solo Shuffle Tournament on 2-3 Dec! $10k prize pool! - https://void.gg/tournaments/46/info Streamer BigDonnyCal is hosting a 1v1 dueling tournament on EU retail servers on 16 Dec. Prize pool is currently 200k gold - https://x.com/BigDonnyCal/status/1724391441961484580?s=20 25:06 - Subject of Analysis 1:27:19 - WOW PVP NEWS Hotfixes - https://worldofwarcraft.blizzard.com/en-us/news/24030413/hotfixes-november-21-2023 PVP Tuning:RWF - We're 8/9 with Liquid in the lead.10.2.5 PTR is live - https://us.forums.blizzard.com/en/wow/t/seeds-of-renewal-ptr-development-notes/1713534 Finding Us Podcast Cohosts Technically - https://twitter.com/Technically_PvP https://www.twitch.tv/bonusrollproductions https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjIUqJEbWz9Rr9lIFZBe1Mw https://discord.gg/qAvRtbP Technicallypvp@gmail.com https://www.bonusroll.gg/ Bigmoran - https://twitter.com/BigmoranIRL TreesapJake - https://twitter.com/TreesapJake https://www.youtube.com/TreesapJake Skill-Capped Affiliate Link- https://www.skill-capped.com/wow/pricing/plans#technicallypvp
Statsministern tvekar när han får frågan om han vet vad OnlyFans är. Men är det en positionering eller är han ärlig? En kongress med Miljöpartiet har väl aldrig känts mer rafflande. Hör om stämningen, kläderna och laddade frågor det ska röstas om. Hör också om en ovanlig känslofylld partiledardebatt med tårar, presenter och märkliga liknelser. Vi får också svar på hur Miljöpartiet skulle göra om en person som är icke-binär skulle vilja bli språkrör. Lyssna på alla avsnitt i Sveriges Radio Play. I den här podden möter du David Druid (utsedd till årets programledare i radio) och Katherine Zimmerman som tidigare var kolleger i Morgonpasset i P3. Här möts de igen och pratar om politik på sitt egna sätt och lite annat. Med sig har de också Ekots politiska inrikesreporter Lova Olsson och satirikern Moa Wallin från P3 Klubben. Tillsammans blir det mycket skratt och nästan allt du behöver ha koll på kring veckans politiska händelser.Producent: Sukran KavakDigital redaktör: Anton LundholmProgrammet spelades in den 17 november 2023
Shownotes for DruidCast Episode 198 Universe - James J Turner - https://www.jamesjturner.com/ The Talky Bit - Interview with Maria Ede-Weaving - https://store.druidry.org/products/essential-book-of-druidry Follow the River - Green Diesel - http://greendieselfolk.com/ DruidCast theme - Hills they are Hollow - Damh the Bard - https://www.paganmusic.co.uk/ For more information about the Druid tradition - https://druidry.org/
What do we do when we discover dividing lines within us? Places where outdated beliefs limit our growth and prevent the deepening of our wholeness?In this week's episode we take another look at the way othering, divisiveness, exile, rigidity, dogma, undermines our relationships within ourselves and in the larger world. Support the show
Philip Car-Gomm is the author of twenty books, including The Druid Way and The Gift of the Night: A Six Step Program for Better Sleep. He began studying Druidry in his teenage years, and eventually became head of the order of Bards Ovates and Druids. He has also trained as a teacher of Yoga Nidra and Mindfulness Meditation. He's fascinated by the intersection of the worlds of psychology and spirituality. He finds that psychology reveals the many facets of our human consciousness. When you add the insights of the Perennial Wisdom Tradition – the ancient knowledge and esoteric teachings passed down through the ages – you enter awe-inspiring transformational territory. He live streams a program called "Tea with a Druid" each week. Here he and Dawson share about: The book called The Life of The Buddha The concept of the spiritual quest Philip's background The phases of sleep REM sleep for emotional processing Yoga Nidra How the eye movements of EMDR echo the reprocessing happening in REM sleep For a great sleep, you need a safe bedroom, a calm mind, and a relaxed body For more about Philip and his books: https://philipcarr-gomm.com/ And for more about Dawson: https://dawsonchurch.com/ #sleep #yoganidra #meditation #mindtomatter #blissbrain #eft #bettersleep
Vänsterpartiet ska ta fram ett nytt partiprogram för första gången på tio år och det kan innebära bråk. Anders Ygemans (S) AI pratar danska och är swishpolitiker. Hör också om bråket mellan S- och M- politikerna där ena är polisanmäld och om hur man blir minister i en svensk regering. Lyssna på alla avsnitt i Sveriges Radio Play. I den här podden möter du David Druid (utsedd till årets programledare i radio) och Katherine Zimmerman som tidigare var kolleger i Morgonpasset i P3. Här möts de igen och pratar om politik på sitt egna sätt och lite annat. Med sig har de också Ekots politiska inrikesreporter Lova Olsson och satirikern Moa Wallin från P3 Klubben. Tillsammans blir det mycket skratt och nästan allt du behöver ha koll på kring veckans politiska händelser.Producent: Sukran KavakDigital redaktör: Anton LundholmProgrammet spelades in den 10:e november 2023
The three Witches and a Druid sit around the coffee table and discuss Candle Magic!Music intro by Shenka Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/threewitchesandadruid. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today we're playing with Mushrooms. Specifically, trying to get the most out of the Spores Druid with some Gishy Spell Sword builds for Baldur's Gate 3 :).Check out Czepeku maps here! https://www.czepeku.com/And join their Patreon here! https://www.patreon.com/czepekuI'd appreciate it if you'd consider supporting the channel by becoming a member!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9jQ2IsZj_CAS0bZgA6O2pA/joinMerch Store! https://www.etsy.com/shop/d4DnDDeepDiveAlso: if you'd like to purchase content through my Amazon affiliate link, it would be another way to help support the channel :) - https://www.amazon.com/shop/d4dddeepdive?listId=MFEYK9W51D9K&ref=idea_share_infFollow me here:https://twitter.com/ColbyPoulsonhttps://www.reddit.com/r/DnDoptimized/https://www.facebook.com/dnddeepdiveIntro:(0:00)Czepeku:(5:41)Build #1: The Eldritch Knight:(7:58)Build #2: The Wise Barbarian:(25:41)Outtakes:(44:12)Music Credits:Achaidh Cheide - Celtic by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100340Artist: http://incompetech.com/Angevin 120 loop by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200111Artist: http://incompetech.com/Celtic Impulse - Celtic by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100297Artist: http://incompetech.com/Fiddles McGinty by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400051Artist: http://incompetech.com/Lord of the Land by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400022Artist: http://incompetech.com/Master of the Feast by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400019Artist: http://incompetech.com/
Ready to unearth the mysteries of hero talents in World of Warcraft? This episode promises to be your guide, unlocking the secrets of specializations that might just transform your WoW gameplay. We're stoked about the Shaman's Farseer, Warlock's Diabolist, Druid's Elune's Chosen, and the dark Ranger for Hunter, to mention a few. We also break down the intricacies of the talent tree and how it amplifies your character's abilities, leveling up your gaming experience.Prepare to step into the 'Season of Discovery' as we delve into the transformative power of new runes and how they can redefine your gaming strategy. Envision the possibilities of enhanced gear and the potential revival of non-viable characters. As we countdown to the impending WoW cataclysm, we also explore its possible impact on the game and the community. Despite the uncertainties, we're optimistic about its potential to usher in quality of life changes, new spells, and a fresh dynamic to World of Warcraft. Let's embark on this thrilling journey together!Hope you all enjoy and hope you relate to any of these stories. And I will speak to you all in the next episode!Support the show here:https://www.buzzsprout.com/1196870/supportpatreon.com/Pigandwhistlehttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/PigandWhistleSocials :Twitch : https://www.twitch.tv/pigandwhistletalesYoutube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAOi6rHO3x90lOmmb82Jv1wWebsite : https://www.pigandwhistletales.com/Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/pigandwhistletales/Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/PigAndWhistleTalesTry out Buzzsprout yourself! https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1154066Listen to the podcast on other platforms:https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/pig-whistle-tales-from-azeroth-gabriel-nsa902LrQVw/https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/pig-whistle-tales-from-azeroth-1315927https://open.spotify.com/show/5ZTkLtQvRSm4PStUfZquWkhttps://podcastaddict.com/podcast/3032607The Music at the start is from Tony Catch they do many amazing cover songs for games you can find the link here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHiF0dAkbpPMtQSwvAxcapQSupport the showSupport the show here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1196870/support patreon.com/Pigandwhistle https://www.buymeacoffee.com/PigandWhistle
We had more spooky stuff to discuss than could be contained in October, so join us today as we discuss the pop culture that we couldn't fit into last month. That's right, it's time for our annual HORROR HODGEPODGE episode! Spooky stuff discussed includes: Recapping our 2023 Halloweens, the 988 Crisis Hotline*, the Monster Mash Remix cereal, The Terror Table (podcast), Eerie, International (podcast), Steven's short horror film 'The Haunt Is Alive'**, The Druid's Hand***, The Simpsons Tree House of Horror episodes, Mickey & Friends: Trick or Treats (Disney+), Goosebumps (2015 film), Goosebumps (2023 tv series), Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween (2018 film), Haunted Mansion (2023), Archie Horror One-Shots (Archie Comics), Stephen King's ‘The Lawnmower Man' (Marvel Magazine Group), Where Monsters Lie (Dark Horse Comics), Beneath the Trees Where Nobody Sees (IDW comic), Frankenstein (1931), Bride of Frankenstein (1935), Son of Frankenstein (1939), The Mummy (2017), Dracula Untold (2014), Friday the 13th (2009), Slotherhouse (2023), Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey (2023), No One Will Save You (2023), Bodies Bodies Bodies (2022), Renfield (2023), Skinamarink (2023), Cobweb (2023), Monster Inside: America's Most Extreme Haunted House (2023 Hulu documentary), the ‘They Follow' movie announcement, & if either of us are capable of rocking *ONLY* a mustache. *For more information on the 988 Crisis Helpline, visit: https://988lifeline.org **Check out all 3 Parts of Steven's 'THE HAUNT IS ALIVE' trilogy on YouTube & join us next week as we discuss his short film with star, Christian Cook! Part 1: https://youtu.be/l8GWC6WprIw Part 2: https://youtu.be/aidcbdQaLas Part 3: https://youtu.be/tr7BFVlKhMg ***Watch Mitch Oliver's short horror film, "THE DRUID'S HAND" on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezsjZVw0upE&t=90s —————————————————————— To see images of the stuff discussed, look at your device's screen while listening! Go here to get some LTAS Merch: http://tee.pub/lic/huI4z_dwRsI Email: LetsTalkAboutStuffPodcast@gmail.com Follow LTAS on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/LTASpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ltaspod/?hl=en Follow Steven on Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/stevenfisher22/ Follow Brent on social media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/BrentHibbard Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/brenthibbard/?hl=en A 5-Star rating on your podcast app is appreciated! And if you like our show, share it with your friends! DON'T HIT THE DONKEY.
Into the magick we go… embarking on a conversation through the intricate and mystical realms of astrology, celestial energies, and the profound exploration of one's soul purpose. Here's a sneak peek of the diverse and compelling topics that await your exploration: Seeing Astrology as Cosmic Medicine: going beyond traditional views of astrology and understanding it as a tool for awakening consciousness. Setting Empowering Intentions: Using current astrological alignments to set intentions for personal growth and transformation. Diverse Astrological Systems: Western, Vedic, Celtic, and Druid astrology and their unique perspectives. Astrology in Ancient Civilizations: astrology was used in sacred architecture and the timing of major constructions. Reclaiming Personal Power: balancing the divine feminine and masculine within ourselves. Urgent Call to Activate Our Gifts: people need to awaken and collaborate for the greater good of humanity. Hope, Empowerment, and Building the New Earth: time to embrace our unique magick and help create a new world based on love, unity, and divine truth. Tune in to this episode for a cosmic journey of the profound science we call astrology, and looking at things from the wisdom of the ancients. Please watch the videos at https://www.youtube.com/@awakeningmagick Or join us on Telegram here https://t.me/AwakeningMagick Always go to www.disruptnowprogram.com/podcast to read all the details about our episodes and explore all of the details about each of our guests!
The amazing Katherine Flynn is back with me this week to add to the discussion of all things Druid. We talk not only about the connection of channeling with them, but also her expience of being a Druid in a past life and how that affects her life today. Katherine is a Channeler, Certified Intuitive Life Purpose Coach, Psychic Medium and Artist! She supports people in unlocking their life purpose with channeled wisdom and grounded guidance direct from Source. You can connect with her on her website: The Channeled Source And on Facebook and Instagram here: The Channeled Source - Facebook The Channeled Source - Instagram And she shares connections and more on her YouTube channel here: The Channeled Source - YouTube As always, here's your invitation to join us in The Change Gang Group on Facebook! The Change Gang Group You can grab some fun freebies from me right here: Fun Freebies And I'd love to connect on Instagram, as well! Laura Ordile Thanks for joining us today for this wonderful discussion! I'll meet you right here, next week! Happy day to you! Laura
Hör om varför Jimmie Åkesson har en AI-version av sig själv som pratar arabiska. Anonyma vittnen har länge varit en laddad fråga men nu har det kommit, förslaget om en lag som ska tillåta anonyma vittnen och hör om vilka politiker som gått från att säga nej till att nu säga ja till det. Det är fortsatt drama inom Miljöpartiet inför valet av nytt språkrör, hör om det senaste. Statens inkomster väntas nästa år vara på 1 324 miljarder kronor men var får staten sina pengar ifrån egentligen? Lyssna på alla avsnitt i Sveriges Radio Play. I den här podden möter du David Druid (utsedd till årets programledare i radio) och Katherine Zimmerman som tidigare var kolleger i Morgonpasset i P3. Här möts de igen och pratar om politik på sitt egna sätt och lite annat. Med sig har de också Ekots politiska inrikesreporter Lova Olsson och satirikern Moa Wallin från P3 Klubben. Tillsammans blir det mycket skratt och nästan allt du behöver ha koll på kring veckans politiska händelser.Producent: Sukran KavakDigital redaktör: Anton LundholmProgrammet spelades in den 3:e november 2023
Luke Eastwood joins us this week to discuss his book "Samhain: The Roots of Halloween" and the Irish genesis of the holiday. A practicing Druid and founder of the Irish Druid Network, Luke brings a unique perspective on the topic. We discuss how the modern celebration of Halloween is derived from the ancient festival of the dead in Ireland known as Samhain. Eastwood contends it is from Ireland that most of the Halloween traditions we have in the West have been inherited. Delving into the ancient past, our guest this week uncovers the history of this festival in Britain and Ireland, including the forgotten goddess Tlachtga and the sacred temple of the Druids in county Meath, named after her, where the first Halloween fires were originally lit. We discuss how this time of year it is believed the veil is thin, how candles are lit on Samhain to invite in the spirits of the dead, how fairies are real and can be found all over Ireland, and what this festival means to the pagan Irish and Druid class. support the show! blurrycreatures.com/members Guest: https://lukeeastwood.com Intro song: Dreamkid83 contact: email@example.com blurrycreatures.com Socials instagram.com/blurrycreatures facebook.com/blurrycreatures twitter.com/blurrycreatures Music Kyle Monroe: tinytaperoom.com Aaron Green: https://www.instagram.com/aaronkgreen/ Mastering: ironwingstudios.com Outro Song: TimeCop1983: timecop1983.com
Occultae Veritatis Podcast Case #215: Hell Houses; Halloween Indoctrination While many people enjoy Halloween as a time for costumes, treats, and fun, some fundamentalist Christians use it as a chance to create 'Hell Houses' instead of Haunted Houses. In these places, they aim to frighten and manipulate people toward their faith. Hear Richard guide the OVpod crew through this bait and switch to “win souls” for christ. -Sponsored by-Our Patrons at http://www.patreon.com/ovpod https://www.ovpod.ca/
The three Witches and a Druid opened up the phone lines to hear your personal ghost stories! Grab a hot chocolate or pumpkin spice latte and give a listen. Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/threewitchesandadruid. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
While doing my annual rebuttal on Halloween, some have brought to me that traditionally Halloween is a Christian holiday. I know how they come to that conclusion, which we discuss on this episode. Also we go over some of the Druid connections that originated some of the practices that the holiday adopted. The Druid Samhain coincides with the Catholic All Saints Day, which is the narrative for the term "Hallows Eve."This isn't to mean to cast a witch hunt on all Druids or pagansor say they all come from these traditions. NeoPaganism or NeoDruidism may have abandoned the practices we note. So it is a general charge.The article from Focus on the Familyhttps://www.focusonthefamily.com/parenting/should-christians-celebrate-halloween/
The Showdown in the Badlands reveals continue with Druid, Warlock, and Mage! Join our Discord community here or at discord.me/blisterguy. You can follow me @blisterguy or the podcast @walktoworkHS on twitter. Subscribe to my Youtube channel. You can support this podcast and my other Hearthstone work at Patreon here.
On this edition of Parallax Views, legendary faneditor LastSurvivor joins the show to discuss the horror movie fan edits he's made over the years and the art of the horror edit. Some of LastSurvivor's fanedits include: THE NIGHT OF SAMHAIN - An ambitious fanedit that combines HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH and HALLOWEEN: THE CURSE OF MICHAEL MYERS into one movie in a very unique way! HALLOWEEN: THE NIGHT OF THE BOOGEYMAN - An attempt to edit John Carpenter's HALLOWEEN and HALLOWEEN II into one movie, BUT with around a 90 minute running time common for many movies and slasher films of the 80s. JAW II: THE AMITY HORROR - An edit that attempts to bring out the more slasher-esque elements of JAWS II; the shark is a lot like Jason Voorhees in JAWS II with the setting being the ocean rather than the woods JAWS III: MONSTER - An ambitious edit of JAW III that amps up the B-movie disaster movie element of JAWS III and, amazingly, adds in a new monster to fight Jaws in the finale: Jaws vs. Octopus! FRIDAY THE 13TH PART V: JASON'S LEGACY - An edit of FRIDAY THE 13TH PART V that, through color regrading and trimming of scenes, brings the movie more in line with Joseph Zito's much beloved entry in the cult franchise, FRIDAY THE 13TH PART IV: THE FINAL CHAPTER. HALLOWEEN 5: THE SHAPE OF RAGE and HALLOWEEN HOMECOMING - Two fanfix fanedits that attempt to address the problems of HALLOWEEN 5: THE REVENGE OF MICHAEL MYERS and HALLOWEEN: RESURRECTION to make both movies a better viewing experience for fans of the Michael Myers saga! We also discuss the wild JAWS: THE SHARKSPLOITATION edit that faneditor TheManBehindTheMask did (it's literally a grindhouse version of Jaws with an insane twist at the end), David Gordon Green's Halloween trilogy, editing Rob Zombie's HALLOWEEN and HALLOWEEN II, the character of Tina in Halloween 5, color regrading and color correction in fanedits, the opening credits of HALLOWEEN 4: THE RETURN OF MICHAEL MYERS, Halloween's Thorn trilogy and similarties with the Druid cult storyline in HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH, the role of pacing in edits, and much, much more!
Det är stor drama inom Miljöpartiet efter att Daniel Helldén föreslagits som nästa språkrör tillsammans med nuvarande Märta Stenevi. De två verkar inte riktigt vara varandras favoriter. Moderaterna höll sin moderatstämma i Umeå och de verkade vara glada över att vara i just Ume, som Ulf Kristerssons upprepade gång på gång. Vi hör också om förslaget från Moderaterna om att systembolaget borde sälja kyld öl och vin och om minnesvärda uteslutningar som partier gjort. Lyssna på alla avsnitt i Sveriges Radio Play. I den här podden möter du David Druid (utsedd till årets programledare i radio) och Katherine Zimmerman som tidigare var kolleger i Morgonpasset i P3. Här möts de igen och pratar om politik på sitt egna sätt och lite annat. Med sig har de också Ekots politiska inrikesreporter Lova Olsson och satirikern Moa Wallin från P3 Klubben. Tillsammans blir det mycket skratt och nästan allt du behöver ha koll på kring veckans politiska händelser.Producent: Sukran KavakDigital redaktör: Anton LundholmProgrammet spelades in den 27 september 2023
In episode 436, the "survival experts" go back the the 90's for another round with The Shape, Michael Myers. Chris watches this film for the first time and Jack wants to know wht you do if you find a baby at a bus stop. E-mail your survival suggestions to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or Twitter @WeCouldSurvive or find older episode on Youtube at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXAa8-wNqv1G14ts_DHenkg/feed
The three Witches and a Druid sit around the podcast table and discuss the mysterious concept of " The Veil ", the afterlife and what it means to each of them on an evening leading up to Samhain. Featured intro music is replaced by spooky stories about a haunted house sent in by a devoted listener. Three Witches and a Druid - Spooky Samhain play list - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3gZYOqfNd5numObYhTvGoZ?si=c1fc84c9d24148d7 Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/threewitchesandadruid. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Could the right move in Modern be... adding a 4mv black card to Rhinos? Playing a green 2 drop over Murktide in... Murktide? What is even going on right now? We believe there's new stuff to try in Modern even now! Tune in to hear Devon almost take Rhinos + Sheoldred all the way and hear Dave come to the grim realization that casting Divinations is the only thing that makes him feel something in this crazy world. We try out new lists, new ideas, all in a quest to somehow beat both Beans and Scam with the same deck. Can it be done? Not yet... but we think people (and Devon) may be onto something. After we talk what we've been playing in Modern, we dive into descending into some of the first cards from The Lost Caverns of Ixalan. • Devon Goes There ft. Sheoldred • Dave Plays Cheap Spells ft. Questing Druid • Shane Descends Into Spoilers Become a citizen of The Dive Down Nation!: http://www.patreon.com/thedivedown Show the world that you're a proud citizen of The Dive Down Nation with some merch from the store: https://www.thedivedown.com/store Upgrade your gameplay and your gameday with Heavy Play accessories. Use code THEDIVEDOWN2023 for 10% off your first order at https://www.heavyplay.com Check out our sponsor Barrister and Mann! https://www.barristerandmann.com/ Use coupon code THEDIVEDOWN23 for 15% off your first order of some incredible fragrances, soaps, beard oils, and more. Get 10% off your first 2 months of ManaTraders! https://www.manatraders.com/?medium=thedivedown and use coupon code THEDIVEDOWN23 And now receive 8% off your order of paper cards from Nerd Rage Gaming with code DIVE8 at https://www.nerdragegaming.com/ Timestamps: 6:03 - Heavy Play time 6:59 - On this week's show 8:02 - Housekeeping 11:33 - The Dive Down begins: d00m makes the finals with Sheoldred Rhinos 35:22 - Dave tests Temur Tempo 55:33 - Spiderspace's Grixis Tempo deck (briefly) 57:53 - The Break Down begins: Spoiler season returns - Lost Caves of Ixalan! 58:58 - Craft & The Enigma Jewel 1:03:01 - Discover & Geological Appraiser 1:06:22 - Descend & The Mycotyrant (also Map Tokens) 1:12:30 - Saheeli, the Sun's Brilliance 1:14:54 - Spyglass Siren 1:16:45 - Jadelight Spelunker 1:19:15 - Abuelo, Ancestral Echo 1:21:35 - Quintorius Kand 1:26:00 - Wrapping up Links from this week's episode: d00mwake's Rhinos + Sheoldred: https://x.com/d00mwake/status/1716509786089443466?s=20 Andrea Mengucci's Temur Murktideless Murktide: https://x.com/Mengu09/status/1716078994670428517?s=20 Our opening music is Nowhere - You Never Knew, and our closing music is Space Blood - Goro? Is That Your Christian Name? email us: email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) twitter: https://twitter.com/thedivedown
This week, we talk about "One Missed Call," or as we like to call it: Toshiba J-T09: The Movie. It's also worth noting that there were several missed calls, otherwise the whole "voicemail is going to murder several people" thing wouldn't work. But after thinking about it, nothing about this movie worked. We're joined by Chad Smith from The Last Comic Shop Podcast (https://www.lastcomicshoppodcast.com/)... something we alluded to in the first act of our show, because unlike "One Missed Call," we know how to actually build up into something worthwhile. Pulling the pussy into the pond! Kicking cursed cell phones into sewers and fish tanks! Husband hanging himself when he has an abused daughter at home! Asking an audience to observe an adolescent expire VIA asthma attack! Chris defending baby Hitler? God dammit grabbing a girls face after she suffered abuse! Munchausen syndrome by proxy? Finding the doer! Dialing in on Druid time! Infertile adversaries! Swift ciggie singe suspicion! CGI cellphone babies! Faulty pipe logic rears its ugly head, and much, much more on this week's episode of The Worst Movie Ever Made! This episode is brought to you by TitScope. www.theworstmovieevermade.com
On November 7 at 9:36 AM-PDT, the Sun hits exactly 15 degrees of Scorpio. That might not sound exactly earth-shaking, but if you were a Druid, it would be a really big deal. Actually, you might still be in bed recovering from the previous evening's festivities – more about that point in a little while. Most traditional cultures were very aware of the Summer and Winter Solstices. The noon-day Sun would have reached its highest or lowest point in the sky. The days would start getting longer or shorter. All that is fairly obvious even to a casual observer, so our ancestors figured it out long ago in prehistory. I suspect that knowledge of the Equinoxes came a little bit later – again, no one knows the date because it all happened such a long time ago, but noticing that night and day were of equal length and that the Sun now rose or set due east or due west seems slightly less self-evident than the “return of the light.” Anyway, those four points – the two Solstices and the two Equinoxes – became the skeleton of the yearly calendar in every culture, not to mention the basis of the western Zodiac. They divided the year into four quarters – what we came to call the four seasons. Pretty much universally around the world, those four transition points were marked by festivals. Whether that was to please the gods and goddesses, or just because people like parties, is hard to say. Listen in ...
Episode Synopsis: Is Halloween an innocent day to meet your neighbors and eat candy, or have we been spellbound into participating in occult rituals? We talk about this and much more, including: Is Halloween one of the eight Wiccan high-holy days, or sabbaths? Has interest in paganism and the occult increased in recent times? As Christians, are we free to celebrate any “holy” day we choose, or is there spiritual costs for participating in pagan customs and traditions? Do our modern Halloween traditions (trick-or-treat, bobbing for apples, bonfires, jack-o-lanterns, mask/costumes) come from innocent practices, or are they rooted in the dark the Druid festival known as Samhain? What are some of the most popular costumes people wear on Halloween? (Hint: It's not Jesus that people are dressing up as). Is Halloween intentionally pitched to us as children so as to create positively reinforcing memories that would make it more difficult to stop celebrating Halloween as adults? Original Air Date October 25th, 2023 Show Hosts Jason Spears & Christopher Dean Our Patreon Consider joining our Patreon Squad and becoming a Tier Operator to help support the show and get access to exclusive content like: Links and Resources Studio Notes A monthly Zoom call with Jason and Christopher And More… Connect With Us LetsTalk@ORPpodcast.com Facebook Instagram
This week the idiots discuss how Baldur's Gate 3 changes druids. Is there good? Yes. Is there bad? Absolutely. Do we go off the rails? Of Course. Take a listen and then use the link below to join our discord to tell us your thoughts on the game and possibly even play with us and join our Patreon to hear bloopers that have happened throughout all our recordings. https://linktr.ee/chaoticallynerdy Intro and outro music is made by Alex Grohl, can find their music on spotify here https://open.spotify.com/artist/2Mi50rMNTnDl8PVUi1YbpO?si=mVQPtZMeQzOFU3Wcg9g7vw
Hör om ett ovanligt förslag när regeringen vill ge pengar till minkuppfödare som frivilligt lägger ner sina minkfarmar. Av 13 kandidater föreslås Daniel Helldén till Miljöpartiets nya språkrör vid sidan om Märta Stenevi. Men var han Märtas favorit? Hör också om vilka personer från samhällets alla skikt som var med på den före detta riksdagsledamoten (S) Jan Emanuels releasefest. Lyssna på alla avsnitt i Sveriges Radio Play. I den här podden möter du David Druid, (utsedd till Årets programledare i radio) och Katherine Zimmerman som tidigare var kolleger i Morgonpasset i P3. Här möts de igen och pratar om politik på sitt egna, speciella sätt. Med sig har de också Ekots politiska inrikesreporter Lova Olsson och satirikern Moa Wallin från P3 Klubben. Tillsammans blir det mycket skratt och nästan allt du behöver ha koll på kring veckans politiska händelser.Producent: Sukran KavakDigital redaktör: Anton Lundholm
Shownotes for DruidCast Episode 197 Liffrea - Skyhenge - https://skyhenge.bandcamp.com/ The Talky Bit - Interview with Jason Mankey - https://www.llewellyn.com/author.php?author_id=4751 Jay Morgan - The Sycamore Gap - https://www.youtube.com/@scottishkitchengarden3199 Tree chant - Eyal Amiel DruidCast theme - Hills they are Hollow - Damh the Bard - https://www.paganmusic.co.uk/ For more information about the Druid tradition - https://druidry.org/
Get bonus episodes on Patreon! Diablo IV shouldn't even be a live service game, but here we are! Cam played through this first season to see what it was all about, and this episode is an exploration of what he and his burly new Druid found out there in Sanctuary. Lots of promise, lots of problems - a proverbial mixed bag. Topics include: story structure, completion incentives, fun factor, seasonal challenges, lackluster rewards, pricing models, and concerns for the future. LINKS: YouTube, Spotify, Instagram, Cam's stories Send us your feedback & theories: email@example.com
Yay! I'm so excited to share this episode with you! I had a lot of fun having this conversation with Katherine Flynn who is a Channeler, Certified Intuitive Life Purpose Coach, Psychic Medium and Artist! (Wowza! She's rocking!) Katherine supports people in unlocking their life purpose with channeled wisdom and grounded guidance, direct from Source, who currently happens to be a Druid whom she has worked with in other life times. Have fun! And let me know if you found it as fascinating as me. You can find Katherine on her website here - The Channeled Source And on her socials right here! The Channeled Source - Facebook The Channeled Source - Instagram The Channeled Source - YouTube Connect with her at any of those and you can email her from her website if you have questions you'd like answered one to one. Please come join us in The Change Gang Group on Facebook! I'd love to meet you! The Change Gang Group Or come hang out with me on Instagram - Laura Ordile And of course, you can grab all kinds of fun freebies right here - Fun Freebies! Have a great week ahead and I hope you join me next week! I appreciate you being here with me, and of course am always grateful if you have a moment to leave a rating and review, and share the podcast with anyone you think might enjoy it! Happy day to you, Laura
Summary Building streaming applications has gotten substantially easier over the past several years. Despite this, it is still operationally challenging to deploy and maintain your own stream processing infrastructure. Decodable was built with a mission of eliminating all of the painful aspects of developing and deploying stream processing systems for engineering teams. In this episode Eric Sammer discusses why more companies are including real-time capabilities in their products and the ways that Decodable makes it faster and easier. Announcements Hello and welcome to the Data Engineering Podcast, the show about modern data management Introducing RudderStack Profiles. RudderStack Profiles takes the SaaS guesswork and SQL grunt work out of building complete customer profiles so you can quickly ship actionable, enriched data to every downstream team. You specify the customer traits, then Profiles runs the joins and computations for you to create complete customer profiles. Get all of the details and try the new product today at dataengineeringpodcast.com/rudderstack (https://www.dataengineeringpodcast.com/rudderstack) This episode is brought to you by Datafold – a testing automation platform for data engineers that finds data quality issues before the code and data are deployed to production. Datafold leverages data-diffing to compare production and development environments and column-level lineage to show you the exact impact of every code change on data, metrics, and BI tools, keeping your team productive and stakeholders happy. Datafold integrates with dbt, the modern data stack, and seamlessly plugs in your data CI for team-wide and automated testing. If you are migrating to a modern data stack, Datafold can also help you automate data and code validation to speed up the migration. Learn more about Datafold by visiting dataengineeringpodcast.com/datafold (https://www.dataengineeringpodcast.com/datafold) You shouldn't have to throw away the database to build with fast-changing data. You should be able to keep the familiarity of SQL and the proven architecture of cloud warehouses, but swap the decades-old batch computation model for an efficient incremental engine to get complex queries that are always up-to-date. With Materialize, you can! It's the only true SQL streaming database built from the ground up to meet the needs of modern data products. Whether it's real-time dashboarding and analytics, personalization and segmentation or automation and alerting, Materialize gives you the ability to work with fresh, correct, and scalable results — all in a familiar SQL interface. Go to dataengineeringpodcast.com/materialize (https://www.dataengineeringpodcast.com/materialize) today to get 2 weeks free! As more people start using AI for projects, two things are clear: It's a rapidly advancing field, but it's tough to navigate. How can you get the best results for your use case? Instead of being subjected to a bunch of buzzword bingo, hear directly from pioneers in the developer and data science space on how they use graph tech to build AI-powered apps. . Attend the dev and ML talks at NODES 2023, a free online conference on October 26 featuring some of the brightest minds in tech. Check out the agenda and register today at Neo4j.com/NODES (https://Neo4j.com/NODES). Your host is Tobias Macey and today I'm interviewing Eric Sammer about starting your stream processing journey with Decodable Interview Introduction How did you get involved in the area of data management? Can you describe what Decodable is and the story behind it? What are the notable changes to the Decodable platform since we last spoke? (October 2021) What are the industry shifts that have influenced the product direction? What are the problems that customers are trying to solve when they come to Decodable? When you launched your focus was on SQL transformations of streaming data. What was the process for adding full Java support in addition to SQL? What are the developer experience challenges that are particular to working with streaming data? How have you worked to address that in the Decodable platform and interfaces? As you evolve the technical and product direction, what is your heuristic for balancing the unification of interfaces and system integration against the ability to swap different components or interfaces as new technologies are introduced? What are the most interesting, innovative, or unexpected ways that you have seen Decodable used? What are the most interesting, unexpected, or challenging lessons that you have learned while working on Decodable? When is Decodable the wrong choice? What do you have planned for the future of Decodable? Contact Info esammer (https://github.com/esammer) on GitHub LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/esammer/) Parting Question From your perspective, what is the biggest gap in the tooling or technology for data management today? Closing Announcements Thank you for listening! Don't forget to check out our other shows. Podcast.__init__ (https://www.pythonpodcast.com) covers the Python language, its community, and the innovative ways it is being used. The Machine Learning Podcast (https://www.themachinelearningpodcast.com) helps you go from idea to production with machine learning. Visit the site (https://www.dataengineeringpodcast.com) to subscribe to the show, sign up for the mailing list, and read the show notes. If you've learned something or tried out a project from the show then tell us about it! Email firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com)) with your story. 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Om hur striderna mellan Israel och Hamas påverkar den svenska inrikespolitiken. Om att regeringen och Sverigedemokraterna har bestämt att tidigarelägga visitationszoner med anledning av det ökade gängvåldet. Vi pratar också om vad partiledarna säger om sina ledarstilar och om varför Vänsterpartiets Nooshi Dadgostar är den partiledare som synts minst i media på sistone. David berättar också om hur hans intresse för politik började. Lyssna på alla avsnitt i Sveriges Radio Play. I den här podden möter du David Druid och Katherine Zimmerman som tidigare var kolleger i Morgonpasset i P3. Här möts de igen och pratar om politik på sitt egna sätt och lite annat. Med sig har de också Ekots politiska inrikesreporter Lova Olsson och satirikern Moa Wallin från P3 Klubben. Tillsammans blir det mycket skratt och nästan allt du behöver ha koll på kring veckans politiska händelser.Producent: Sukran KavakDigital redaktör: Anton LundholmProgrammet spelades in den 13 oktober 2023
The three Witches and a Druid sit around the zoom screens (fuck you Covid) to tell personal ghost stories we have each experienced. This isn't exactly how we planned to spend Oct but it is what it is!Music: Geoff CastellucciThree Witches and a Druid - Spooky Samhain play list - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3gZYOqfNd5numObYhTvGoZ?si=c1fc84c9d24148d7 Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/threewitchesandadruid. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ellen Evert Hopman is a master herbalist and homeopath, who has been a Druidic initiate since 1984. She is the author of several books, including Secret Medicines from Your Garden, The Sacred Herbs of Samhain, and A Legacy of Druids. She lives in Massachusetts. www.elleneverthopman.com ______________ Awakenings with Michele Meiche is your place for information and insight to understand the Global Shift of Awareness and Awakening to live a more Soul fulfilling life and experiencing Soul fulfilling relationships. Awakenings broadcasts ‘Live every Wednesday 12pm -1:30 pm PT Call in for Intuitive and Numerology Readings # 347-539-5122 Michele answers questions about Awakening, Spirituality, Metaphysics, Dreams, Self-Development and the Soul Path. Keep connected with Michele: YouTube – Soul Insights & Tarot-https://www.youtube.com/user/lightbeing21 YouTube Awakenings with Michele Meiche Podcast – https://www.youtube.com/@AwakeningswithMicheleMeiche Instagram- @michelemeiche Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/michelemeiche Twitter - @michelemeiche FB- @michellemeiche Mentorcam (website/app) for mentoring questions & life advice https://mentor.cam/michelemeiche Email firstname.lastname@example.org for guest and topic suggestions, as well as to have your questions answered ‘On Air'.
Get bonus episodes on Patreon! We've finally finished Diablo 4, after five months of dungeon crawling, demon hunting, and side questing. This sixth act is quite good, but it is haunted by all the same pitfalls and baffling quality of life downgrades that have made the game so frustrating for us. Our wrap-up discussion begins with the story revelations of this big finale, and then we move into a retrospective of the game as a whole. Topics include: pacing problems, delayed character arcs, padding, future expansions, level grinding, and a final roundtable conversation about our classes. We close with a productive, positive series of suggestions about how Diablo 4 could improve going forward. P.S. Next week Cam's going to be doing a solo episode about Diablo's first ever season, Season of the Malignant, with a brand new Druid character! LINKS: YouTube, Spotify, Instagram, Cam's stories Send us your feedback & theories: email@example.com
This week's show is with Chris Park. Chris Park is a founding member of the Beekeeping History Trust, a skep beekeeper, skep-maker, apitherapy student and a practicing Druid. Chris lives on an organic farm in the Vale of the White Horse, Oxfordshire, U.K. His work is wide and varied, from arts and crafts, ancient technologies, experimental archaeology and educational projects to eco-building, storytelling, folk music, mental health, apitherapy, and raising the awareness of the heritage of beekeeping. He is a practicing Druid of the Order of Bards, Ovates & Druids, being immersed and versed in the folklore and spiritual traditions rooted within the honeyed isles of Britain & Europe. In this conversation, Chris and I explored the old Irish triad of hearth as altar, work as worship, and service as sacrament, what each of them means to us both, and the invitation this triad provides to anyone, but perhaps especially those of us who are consciously working in some way in service to spirit. We'd love to know what YOU think about this week's show. Let's carry on the conversation… please leave a comment below or share in our fb group. What you'll learn from this episode: Hearth as altar: How can you pay attention, bring reverence, and allow your home to chart your relationship to spirit? Work as worship: Is your work worship? Is the way you be in your work worshipful? Service as sacrament: How are you of service in the wider world - to your land, your community of all beings - human and otherwise, the earth? How is your service an offering and receiving of divine grace? Resources and stuff that we spoke about: Chris' Websites: LIVING BEEING Acorn Education druidry.org Bees for Development Follow Chris in Social Media Instagram: @chrischarlespark Thank you for listening! There's a fresh episode each week, if you subscribe you'll receive every show as soon as it's released (that way you'll never miss an episode): Subscribe on Apple Podcasts/iTunes Subscribe on Android Thank you! Lian and Jonathan
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Now that the Jailer's been sent to jail, the crew discuss how Druid got here and what needs to happen to fix it for good. Plus, we break down how to play Enrage Warrior to counter all the people who are trying to counter the Druids on ladder! News – 18:39 Jailer sent to jail Battlegrounds anomaly changes Misc bug fixes Shop Updates Decksplanations – 53:47 Enrage Warrior General Gameplay Mulligans Card Choices Matchups The Show Notes for this week's episode are on our Website You can monetarily support our show on Patreon Join us every week live, by following us on Twitch Join our community chats in our Discord channels and write in to our Email Follow us on Twitter as well as like share and follow us on Facebook Save our RSS feed or subscribe to us on iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Music Play. And please leave a review on iTunes or Stitcher
Remember, we welcome comments, questions, and suggested topics at thewonderpodcastQs@gmail.com. S4E31 TRANSCRIPT: ----more---- Mark: Welcome back to The Wonder, Science Based Paganism. I'm your host, Mark, Yucca: And I'm Yucca. Mark: and today we are fortunate to have with us Susan, who is a new member of the Atheopagan Society Council, and we're interviewing the new members of the Council over the next... A couple of months or so the ones that, that want to be interviewed, just to get to know them and find out what their thinking is about all this stuff we're doing. So welcome, Susan. Susan: thanks for having me on. Yucca: And some of you who watch the YouTube channel may recognize Susan from there, who's been, who's part of the media team, and has been making excellent videos. Mark: Yes, yes. Susan is the glue on of the media team. She holds us all together. Yucca: which is not always easy appreciated with all of the emails that have been chasing us down to make all our schedules work, and yep, Susan: I try to balance it so that everybody doesn't think I'm super annoying, but helpful, not annoying. Mark: So far, so good. So, Susan why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself and what brought you to atheopaganism and, you know, all that good kind of stuff. Susan: Yeah. Well, the short answer like it seems a lot of people is COVID brought me to atheopaganism. I, and I do have a short video, I think it's the first one that I did on the YouTube channel if anybody wants to check that out of my, my non theist upbringing and, and this kind of channel, so I'll, I'll make it a short version, but I live in the Midwest, in Ohio, and I've lived here my whole life, and I was raised without religion, but also not specifically atheist either. It was just sort of, we didn't talk about it. I didn't know the difference between a Republican and a Democrat until I was in high school because it was just, you know, I was left to my own devices. And I appreciate that for, for some things. There's definitely parts of me where I'm like, well, it'd be nice to have a little bit more direction. And I, we're kind of taking that track with our, with our daughter. I am, I'm married and I have six, soon to be seven year old, and kind of navigating that that space. My husband was raised Catholic, so we're kind of marrying together. He, he likes to call it ethnically Catholic, because he doesn't believe any of the stuff there, but so yeah, we, I, from a, Medium age started dabbling in stuff about the time when I was, you know, I'm an 80s baby. So by the time I was in high school, it was late 90s. And all of the witchy stuff started showing up all over the Barnes and Nobles. I'm like, Ooh, what is this? And especially the tarot card section with lots of stuff to touch and play with. So I I explored that area and the pagan, which at that time, at least, you know, Wicca was the super dominant thing in, at least that was publicly available. And so I dabbled in that for a while, and I kind of got It's like, this is fun, but I also don't really believe in this whole, you know, people try to rationalize it with, oh, it's the energy, and you're affecting the energy, and I was like, yeah, yeah, that, that makes sense, sure, and I, you know, doing the little, the little lie to yourself thing for a while. And then I kind of walked away from it for a while and just didn't, didn't bother with my, my spiritual life for a while until I got married. And we wanted to have a community for our child to grow up in so we joined a UU congregation, Unitarian Universalist, and they have, in our particular one, a fairly decent showing of pagan folks. And so I kind of picked that back up and we had a little bit of a range from full capital W witch to people who I think, you know, if I talked to them long enough about atheopaganism, that would be more up their alley but didn't, you know, know the words for it at that time. So it kind of came through there and then COVID hit and, you know, that community was sort of, sort of gone. But I was on the board and I was doing all of these committees and doing all the, I was doing all the work of being in a community, but not getting the community out of it. It was also right after we had merged. So my, my group went from 40 to 60 members to 200 and some people. And I didn't know all these people I was doing the work for and it just kind of, I kind of drifted away and was I was focusing more on what is it that I do believe in, since I had spent so much time just defining what I didn't believe in, and I found, kind of simultaneously, Druidry, which is something I'm, I'm pretty involved in, is my personal path, but also atheopaganism, and actually found I found out about atheopaganism through a blog whose, I can't remember what the blog was about but there was sort of an about me page and the person was describing, yeah, I don't really, you know, believe in the metaphysical part of this, but I still think it's really helpful check out atheopaganism, I'm like, yes, thank you, I will, and signed right up on the spot and I remember I read the, the principles And I don't know what bits of the, of the pages, but I remember running to my husband and being like, oh my gosh, I found them. I found my people. They're here, they exist. , I found it. I didn't know this was the words I needed, but I needed the word these words, you know, there's the validation of other people Yucca: was that during lockdown or was that a little bit afterwards? Susan: That was, I think, during lockdown 'cause I remember. We had still the the Earth centered group at my UU congregation was trying to do monthly Zoom get togethers, and I remember one of them, I was just, like, very excited to share with people that I had found both atheopaganism and the Druid organizations that I had joined at the same time, so. Mark: Well, that's very cool. I, I always love hearing these stories 'cause people, you know, people come to us through all different kinds of ways and and there is very commonly that I found them. They, they exist. I'm not the only one I am feeling which. I actually share, even though, you know, I, I wrote the essay in the book and stuff, because when other people started showing up, I, similarly, I was like, oh, I'm not the only one, there's more of us. This is great. So, very exciting. Well, it's great to have you with us, Susan. Thank you so much. So, You've just joined the Atheopagan Society Council and and you've been helping with the media team for a while. You're a very organized, get it done kind of person, which is really great. Susan: Thanks. Mark: so, I don't know, what are your thoughts about this community and where we're going and, you know, what things would you like to see happen? You know, like new programs or any of that kind of stuff, if you've thought about it. Susan: I think my main thing that I want to see is that I hope you're going anywhere soon, but, you know, I want to make, I want to show up so that down the road we don't trickle and fade away when, you know, you, Mark, or, you know, the, the original set of people doing the council you know, are gone or, or, you know, have to be pulled away for whatever reason. I just don't want it to, to fade and be the thing that, that used to be really great for a while and then just nobody could keep up for it, keep up with it. And so that's something I'm interested in is, and I don't know what that looks like. I don't know what infrastructure we, you know, are going to end up with to make that be something that really sticks and stays and has standing. I imagine it'll be Getting a lot of volunteers and getting a lot of structure in place for volunteers so that people, you know, we don't avoid burnout. And that's I know, that's one of the things that we're talking about at the council meeting coming up. But that's, that's kind of my priority. But I am excited about the idea of getting more, not necessarily content, but getting more things in place for people to do in person, even if it's not with other people, but just more of an idea I was in a sorority in college and it was a One of the things that I thought was fun about that is that there were certain things that you did and you're, you know, it's, you know, a secret and secret rituals that everybody does, but you knew that even though you went to a different school than this person that you maybe met down the street and they went to school. different school, but they were still part of the same sorority as you. You knew they had the same ritual as you, Mark: hmm. Susan: and I love that we have so much open endedness of, you know, build your own adventure within atheopaganism. I think it might be fun to get something in place that is something we can all share, or those who are interested can all share, and like, I don't know if that looks like a standard ritual format or something, which is what some other organizations do, like some of the druid organizations, I mean, what they have. Here's our official format, and I don't know that that's something that we would really want, but something that has that feel to it, that essence of, hey, here's how you can feel a part of this, On your own, but still together kind of a feel. I think more of those kinds of things would be. And I think that would help a lot of people who seem to be clamoring for structure, you know, there's definitely the people in the community who are like, I am totally happy to do this by myself and come up with my own thing. And that's great. But then there seemed to be a lot of people who want a little more hand holding with their practice too. Mark: Mm hmm. Susan: So that's kind of, Yucca: of the insights that you have that I've really appreciated is that you're a fellow parent with, with a kiddo in the same age range and it's been nice to have someone to bounce off some of that, you know, how do we make that feeling available for, for kids who are growing up in this community? Because that's something that, for me, growing up as a pagan kid, there wasn't really anything for us. It was like, it was all the grown up stuff, and we were just sort of, you know, put it at a third wheel, right? And I think that it'd be nice for our community to have something a little bit more, more community for the kids as well. And I know that not everybody has kids in the community, but that's something that... There definitely are, there's quite a few of us, so, Mark: hmm. Sure. Susan: yeah. Yucca: something that you've brought that I've really valued, Susan. Mark: Yeah, I mean, I don't have kids, but I, I absolutely support that. I think that having activities for families that that work for the adults as well as for the kids is something that I really would like to see us have more of. Yucca: Mm Susan: Especially for parents who maybe only one of them is into it. My husband is very supportive and so, Mark: Mm-hmm. Susan: I, I know that I'm lucky in getting the amount of participation that I do, and there's plenty of people who are parents who it's very one sided and, you know, they may not get the, the family feel, like we can, I at least can say this is what we're doing as a family, but if you don't even have that, it can, it could be really nice to have. That feeling with other people, Mark: Mm-hmm. Yeah. We're gonna be talking about some ideas for that at the upcoming council meeting on Wednesday. Yucca: And those are quarterly meetings. Mark: yes, Yucca: We do them after each solstice and equinox. Mark: yeah. So I'm, I'm pretty excited about some of those ideas. Some of them could be a lot of work to implement. But once they kind of got up and rolling, I think there would be so much excitement about... The activities themselves that that there would be a lot of, that that momentum would create the excitement that would create the volunteerism to keep it going, if you know what I mean. So, let's see first of all, I guess, do you have questions for us? Susan: man I feel like I'm trying, I'm trying to think of questions you haven't already answered on the podcast before or things that Mark: Oh, don't worry about that. Don't worry about that. You're, you're, it's okay if it's been asked before, that's, that's perfectly all right. Susan: No, I just mean, I'm like, I feel like I'm like, no, they said they answered that question for me before because I've, I've tried to keep up on it. I don't know that I've listened to every episode, but, Yucca: we certainly do have folks who've done every single episode, but we have a lot of people who kind of come in for a few episodes, and then out, and then people who just find the podcast, and lots of different listening styles, or people who've listened for every year. But how many years are we at now? Mark: We're in season four, Yucca: Yeah, Mark: so. Yeah, I mean, that's, that's closing in on 200 episodes, I think. So it's, it's a, a chunk of work and time if you really wanna listen to all of them, which is why we, we do an episode for every Sabbath every year. We don't just say, go and listen to last year's, you know, Mayday episode. Instead, we do a new one every year because we've got people that are new to the podcast and you know, the stuff may be new for them. Uhhuh Yucca: Well, and it's a Susan: And hopefully there's something changing. Yucca: I'm curious to go back and listen and be like, did I even say remotely the same thing? Probably. But, Mark: you know, Susan, you were talking about a shared ritual. And what immediately popped into my head is the pouring of a libation, which is a very old, I mean, the Greeks used to pour libations, you know, in honor of their gods and stuff. And I wonder if we might have something like that, that would be kind of a shared atheopagan ritual that everybody would do to do that kind of offering to the earth. That might be kind of neat to put some, put some ritual trappings around and turn into something that we all share. Thank you. Susan: Yeah. And maybe I'm thinking do it on a, have it as a day that's not necessarily one of the spokes of the wheel, if you will. So it's, we're not interrupting anybody's already scheduled programming for this thing, like an extra, maybe it's on Earth Day or something, you know, like a, Yucca: Pi Mark: Huh. Susan: people won't already have their own set Mark: Huh. Yeah. Yeah. I'll think about it. I love the idea. Yeah. The equivalent of an atheopagan secret handshake. Uh Yucca: Hmm. Susan: Another thing I've been thinking about that I would be, I would love to do, at least for myself someday, is there's been a lot of chatter in the community lately about atheopagan saints, and I'm, I recently picked up from my friend who's in one of my druid groups, a Celtic Catholic set of prayer books, and it's kind of like a daily prayer thing, and I know that, I don't know a whole lot about Catholicism, but I know there's like a saint for every day, and I think it would just be fun to have a, like a solid atheopagan devotional kind of a thing, right, with Like, oh, today is, and I was, I started collecting things, so there's a day in February, I don't remember which day, it, of course, because everything, you know, gets mushed around with, over time and history, but I want to start celebrating Fornicalia in February, and for the Thank you. ancient god Fornax, who was in charge of baking bread in ovens. And it's like a day that you clean your oven and bake bread in it. So I'm like, Ooh, this might actually motivate me to do the thing that I don't want to do if I make it into a holiday and say, this is the thing that we're doing. Yucca: Very practical, right? Mark: you said Fornicalia, I went in an entirely Susan: Yeah, that sounds fun. It's less fun than you think. But bread Yucca: that day is in February, isn't it? The 14th? Isn't that day already in February? The 14th? Susan: Fornacalea is like the Like the 28th or something. I'll look it up and put it in Mark: think you may be thinking of Lupercalia. Susan: I'm going to find it. But yeah, it's, I have it as the 17th in my calendar, but you know, Mark: The day to clean your oven and bake bread in it. I love it. Susan: Yeah. Now I just need another one, you know, six months hence, so that I clean it more than once a year, but that's optimistic Yucca: Could there be, could there be one for air filters, too? Susan: yeah, right. That can be our shared ritual is clean your filter Mark: is replacing your, your air filters. Yeah. I love that. I, I love, I love the idea of I mean, I have so many regular observances that I do just for myself, and I never, you know, I'm, I'm very careful, I don't, I don't want to prescribe them for anybody else, you know, it's like, this definitely is a choose your own adventure kind of thing. Thank you. Religious path. It's like build what works for you, but it would be nice to be able to offer to people, you know, here's this compilation of, I don't know, five days every month or something that are special days that are the birthday of some significant, you know, scientist or innovator or creator in history and little bit of history about him and something that you can do, pour out that libation. You know, in honor of, oh, I'm spacing on the name. I just shared on Facebook to my friend group a a biography of this woman who actually figured out that the universe was mostly made of hydrogen. And I don't remember her name, but she's responsible for us understanding what the universe is made of. And she didn't even get any credit for it. Her somebody else published the results. You know, pretty typical for women scientists in the, in the Susan: hmm. Yucca: Yeah, yeah, I don't know, I don't know who that is, right? Which, itch is a problem that we don't know that. Mark: yes, yes, well, I'm going to look it up right now. So this, Susan: yeah, people really liked the 13 different atheopagan principles applied to the moon cycles, and that's great. It's, it's an offering, not a prescription, and, and people are just like, oh yes, thank you, give me, give me ideas. Yucca: yeah, maybe, I mean, when you were talking about those things, like a daily Right? Like a book that you read about, your little paragraph. I know a lot of different religions do that, and things that are totally secular, too. Like just a daily something. You know, I certainly use those in my practice that are just, they're really nice, right? It's just like this little thing, and it's like, oh, okay, cool. Just kind of think about this for the day, Mark: little Susan: Mm hmm. Yucca: right? And you take it or you don't take it, but it's kind of nice to have, to see how it just fits into whatever your experience is. And even if you use the same book more than one year in a row, like, by the time you get back around to May 14th or whatever it is, like, you've had the whole experience of a year and you're gonna see it in a different way, it's gonna fit into your life in a different way. Mark: mm hmm, Cecilia Payne, Yucca: Pain, okay. Mark: Cecilia Payne. Since her death in 1979, the woman who discovered what the universe is made of has not so much as received a memorial plaque. Really amazing. Susan: Well, that's an idea for if we for, for listeners, one of the things we're thinking about maybe doing is the scout program. If we have that, we can have that as the capstone project for somebody Yucca: Yeah. Susan: her a plaque. Mark: Yeah. Yeah, that would be great. Some kind of a memorial. The person who figured out what the universe is made of probably deserves some kind of recognition. Yucca: Do podcast. Susan: Yeah, I don't know if it's a good idea. Yucca: And I know we have, there's not, like things aren't set in stone, but what, when you say scout, like, what are you talking about? Susan: yeah, well at least it was sort of talked in the community about this. I think it would be fun for adults too, but like, it's hard to, as a parent for me at least my husband was an Eagle Scout in the Boy Scout program, but I know, and I know that they have made some reforms and some steps in the right direction, but for me it's still not enough to feel comfortable enrolling my daughter in it and I have reservations about Girl Scouts for different reasons. Capitalism, and genderification, and just different things that I'm just not, there are certainly troops that I'm sure do a wonderful job, and there are certainly troops that don't but Yucca: A lot to navigate though. Mm-hmm. Susan: It's, yeah, it's a hard thing to navigate and I don't want to start it and have it come crashing down on her. So, and I think we sort of chatted in the community about this being a common thing and I had posted a few things a few months ago asking people about spiral scouts, which is a more pagan oriented group. And so now the, the scuttlebutt is, you know, maybe we can be an atheopagan chapter of that. Maybe we can create our own thing, like what is and what would be a nice thing. But a lot of parents have commented on it and said, Oh, yes, please sign me up. Dude, let's do this. Mark: hmm. Susan: We can't necessarily do things in person, not for logistical reasons. I'm very fortunate that I have A handful of atheopagans right near me. It's really great. I think I'm the only one with, with kids that I'm aware of, but it's not the case for a lot of folks. Mark: Yeah, I mean, we are, we're spread pretty thinly. So, our, most of our opportunity for face to face stuff comes through mediation like this, like Zoom. But that said if there Thanks If Spiral Scouts can be done in a way where there's like, kind of a learning chapter set of activities that get sent to a family, either as a PDF or in a physical package or, you know, however that works, and then, you know, all the different families that are doing it can do that and then come together over Zoom and kind of share their experience and show off their cool thing that they made and all that, I think that would be a really wonderful thing both for kids and for parents. It'd, you know, be a real, you know, wonderful thing to share with, with your kids, I would think. Yucca: I know my kids are definitely excited about the idea of badges , because they see that in, in the media of, there's so many different things where it's like, where it has that setup, like, oh, the comic, you know, the, like lumber Janes for instance, and there's like badges in that and the oh, what's it called? The, there's a Netflix show. Susan: Hilda? Yucca: Hilda, yes, with this, with the I'm forgetting the name of their scouts, but they had, it was named after a bird, right? And so they see that and they're always like, I want badges for that, right? So I'm sure they would be very enthusiastic about anything badge related. Mark: I really like that the Spiral Scouts has kept the badges but gotten rid of ranks. Yucca: Mm. Mark: So there's, there's no hierarchy of, you know, in the Boy Scouts you start out as a tender foot and then you work your way up through all these levels until you're an Eagle Scout, right? And, you know, some of the stuff in there is very useful and wonderful stuff to do. I mean, you have to do a community project in order to become an Eagle Scout, and those are, you know, it builds a sense of responsibility to the broader community, which is great. But the rank thing, I mean, I was big into Cub Scouts. My, my Cub Scout shirt looked like a a Latin American dictator from the 1950s. I had so many pins and badges and medals and it was ridiculous. The thing must have weighed five pounds. And I was really into that. But when I got to Boy Scouts, suddenly it was like paramilitary training and I just didn't want any part of it. It was, you know, it's like lining up for inspection of your uniform and stuff like that. It was, Hmm. Not, not my idea of a good time. So, no ranks in in Spiral Scouts. Just skill attainments. Susan: That's what I think my little one would be interested in too is just the gamification of learning life skills. Mark: Mm hmm. Susan: That's what I would love badges too. I would love a an adult 13 principles and four pillars set of badges and you do, I don't know what it is, like you do a small project for each one and you get a badge or, I don't know, honor system. Mark: we should absolutely do that. Just, just create a, a checklist of things that you do for each of the, the principals and then, you know, we'll have badges made and or, you know, or people could download the the... The software for the patch sewing machines, and then they could go, go to a local producer and have the patches made for them bunch of different ways we could do that. Well, I really have my mind spinning around all this now. It's going to be terribly disappointing if we decide we can't do it. But Yucca: Well, there's also, we can always, you know, spiral back around to ideas too, because we have to, we have to look at what, you know, what can we currently do, and what are the priorities of the community at the time, and see how things go. So, so Susan, if you were talking about the future, right, what would be your fantasy for 50 years from now? What would you hope to see? What would atheopaganism be in, you know, 50 years? It's, it's not us on the council anymore, right? Definitely other Mark: And I'm dead. Yucca: Maybe, hey, you might hang in there. Maybe, Mark: 50 years from now, I would Yucca: maybe medical technology will change. Mark: eleven. Yucca: Oh, that's a great Bilbo, right? Okay. Susan: As my, my daughter says, when you're 100, you're compost. Yucca: so what would you hope? Just, just fantasy, right? What would, what would we look like? Susan: I mean, I would love to see us be at the scale of, like, UU, where maybe, you know, there's not necessarily Church building on every corner kind of a thing like you get with, you know, your Baptist churches and your Catholic churches and all that kind of stuff, but I would love to have expanded enough that we have so much in person opportunity, and maybe it's not, you know, a congregation where everybody comes together on Sundays or that kind of thing, because I don't, I don't know that that's a right fit, but just to have, I don't know, your local atheopagan community center place that everybody comes together for their monthly meeting or whatever it is, but just more, just more. I think I would just love to connect with more people, because I think there's so many, there's definitely people, at least in my life, who are happy just being atheists, and that's fine for them and that's great, they can enjoy that, but I think that there are a lot of people who I know who could benefit from something like this, and anybody that I've talked to for more than two minutes Where I've been had a chance to answer their questions about it because you just say the words and they're like, that doesn't make any sense. Why would you do that if you're an atheist? Right? Then they're like, Oh, okay. Yeah, I can see that. I understand. I understand why you would want to do that. And I think maybe a lot of people who are trapped. who feel trapped by atheism or who feel trapped by more traditional religious practices would find peace and joy with us. And I think, I don't know, I'm sure everybody feels this way about their own religious path, but I feel like if there were more of us, then the world would be a nicer place. But Mark: Yeah, I like to think so. We're we're, we're, we're about people being happy and the world being a better place. It's kind of hard to go wrong with those as your touchstones. It's God, it's, you know, we're doing this strategic plan in the Atheopagan Society, which by the way we created so that atheopaganism would have a container that could persist past me or anybody else, any other individual. You know, that's, that's why the society exists. And my book, I'm, I'm willing the rights to my book to the society. So, you know, that will always be available to atheopagans in the future. But I was saying, we're doing this strategic plan for like the next two or three years because it's hard to imagine much beyond that. So thinking about Yucca: So I said fantasy. Yeah. Mark: yeah, 50 is like mind blowing. I can't even, can't even get my mind around that. Yucca: I have a 20, Mark. Mark: 20, 20 years. What would happen? Well, for one thing, we would have enough of us that there would be opportunities for regional gatherings in a lot of places, you know, maybe two, three regional gatherings in Europe maybe one in Australia and so more opportunities for people to meet in person and You know, because that's really the gold standard of relating, right? I mean, it's wonderful that we have these tools to be able to communicate across distance, but there's nothing like being able to actually just sit down next to someone and have a conversation. I'm hoping for a lot more of that. Speaking of which, we have the Suntree Retreat coming up again in 2024, and we will soon start taking deposits to reserve space. Yucca: That is less than a year away. Mark: it looks like, yes, it's less than a year away. It's about 11 months away. And so we're working on what the content of all that's going to be. So that's locked in place. And now it's just a matter of, you know, figuring out the pricing on everything, and looks like the admission prices for, for the event and all the meals combined will be about 250. And then lodging. And lodging is as cheap as, and it can be more if you have a space in a cabin. Yucca: Mark, we're losing you into the robot. Mark: People should be able to do this event. How's that? Can you hear me now? Yucca: We can hear you now. You're frozen. Yes, now we can hear you. If you'll start again with people should be able to. Mark: Okay. Go to this event for less than 400 plus transportation. Yucca: Okay. Than 400 plus transportation. Mark: yes. Yeah, that, that's, I'm sure that that's going to be possible. In fact, it'll be... It's possible to go even less if you tent camp, so it's a good, good time to go tent camping. Tent camping only costs like 20 bucks for lodging for the whole three days. So, you know, if you set up your own tent or we can accommodate I think one RV Yucca: And that should be late summer, early fall weather wise, so that's a good time of year for it. Mark: Yes, yes, and, and unlikely to be, to have any rain. We actually got really lucky in May of 2022 because it snowed at La Forêt the week after we were there. Yucca: Wasn't it snowing several hours after we finally left? Mark: I don't know Yucca: I know I was, as I was coming, I thought there was snow and then certainly as I was coming down, headed south down by the Rockies, it was raining, which was blessed because it was, we'd been having those horrible fires in New Mexico at the time and it was just raining the whole way Mark: Mm hmm. Yucca: But I think that they were getting more rain than I was getting as I was driving down, or I was driving up, but down south. It's confusing. I think. Susan: yeah, Mark: Well, we have the big the big hall, Ponderosa. If it does, that isn't a problem, but the weather should be beautiful. I, I looked up the, the average weather in Colorado Springs that first weekend in September. I think the high average is 75 degrees or something. It's just perfect. So, Yucca: Yeah. Mark: should be really great. Yucca: Yeah. Mark: we're already talking about what all the content of things is going to be, and we'll put out a call for presentations and workshops in a couple of months, and before we know it, we'll be in Colorado Springs. It'll be, you know, with, with, with the gang. Yucca: Ball's rolling. Yep. Mark: Yeah, Susan: excited. I've already planned for it. So Yucca: Will the kiddo be coming? Mark: That's great. Susan: I think it's going to be all three of Mark: Yeah, is your hood Susan: they're not going to do all of the things, but Mark: There are beautiful places to go right around there. Garden of the Gods and Rocky Mountain National Park. Just gorgeous, gorgeous places to go. So if they like hiking in the outdoors there are lots of opportunities for them to enjoy that as well. Susan: yeah, and we might do, we might do tent Mark: Yucca, were you saying something? Yucca: oh, I was gonna say my, will at that time be five, almost six and eight year old will be joining me. Last time it could only be the, the older, but the, the youngest is, is excited for that rite of passage to get to go to, they call it the Ponderosa Pine, so, cause of the lodge, Mark: Huh. Nice. It's so great having her there. That was just wonderful. Yucca: Well, she'll be excited about the idea of more kiddos. I think there were other parents who had, who were there last time who were like, Oh, I should have brought mine. Right? But they didn't know that it was gonna, there were gonna be activities. So we'll have more activities for little people next time. So we'll have a little gang of them running around. Mark: Huh. Yeah, I think for some of the parents, because it was a first time event and they didn't know what to expect and, you know, pagan events can be pretty raucous sometimes, they kind of wanted Yucca: Yeah, we lost you again, Mark. You said they kind of wanted. Mark: to do, you know, reconnaissance first, go in and check out what this was going to be like. Can you hear me now? Yucca: Yes. We can hear you. Okay. So you were saying some parents, sometimes they can be a little ruckus y. Ruck that wasn't the word. Mark: Well, yeah, I mean, you know, pagan festivals can be, you know, kind of uproarious and sexy and, and, you know, lots of, you know, carousing, and I think some parents were kind of leery of that and wondered what the tone of this was going to be like, and, you know, after having been there and discovered that we were able to have a good time without things sliding over into inappropriate conversation. Boundaryless mess that that it's a fine place for their kids to come, and I, I really encourage parents to come. Tickets will be actually, I think we said that Attendance was free for those 10 years old and younger, and tickets are discounted for those 16 and younger, or under 16. So, yeah other than having to get a bed for them if they're, if you're not tent camping kids should be very affordable to bring, Yucca: Was there anything else that you'd like to talk about or share, Susan? Anything you think that people should know about you? Mark: anything you'd like to say to the community. Yucca: Yeah. Mm Susan: I guess I'd like to say, tell us what you want to see, because You know, I think you both have mentioned this before about the podcast, but it's true of the YouTube channel too, is there's only so much creativity, the same, and there's so much overlap with both of you being on the the YouTube media team as well, like, there's only so much creativity we all have, so please tell us what it is you want to know about, what you want to hear about, what kind of content You, you want to see so we can get that out there you know, I, I generated when we first, when first I first got involved with the YouTube channel, I generated this big old list of, oh, here's a bunch of ideas and now I don't know if any of them are in the comments. Not resonating with me, or at least I'm like, oh, I'm not the right person to talk about that particular topic, but I'm like, what am I, I'm supposed to write a video. I don't know what I want to talk about. I guess that's, this is why maybe some of the days, even though I'm the glue on, my things are a little bit late later than they're supposed to get to, to the right people. But yeah, let's, let us know what you want to hear about. I'm, I'm happy to I'm Write stuff or record stuff or be in front of people and but I don't know what it is people want to hear about so Tell us Mark: Yeah, yeah, I really echo that, because after four years of producing these, new topics can be challenging. Yucca: Mm hmm. Mark: It's, when we think of one, it's like, oh, oh, a new topic! We can do that! It's very exciting. It's a little easier in October, because we've got Ancestors and Death and Dying and Decomposition and Hallows and all those things. But for much of the rest of the year, we're... We could really use input on, you know, what kinds of things you'd like to hear about. Yucca: Especially like in July, like, hmm, what do we talk about? Mark: Yeah. Yucca: Because this time of year, yeah, October, and then we're going into solstice coming up, and yeah, Mark: Mm hmm. Yucca: busy next few months. Mark: Well, Susan, thank you so much for joining us today. It is wonderful to have you on board and to have you be a part of the community. And Yucca: Thanks for all the cool ideas today, too. Susan: Thanks. Yucca: think about. Mark: Absolutely. Susan: I'm good at ideas for fun things and not so much the follow through, so. Yucca: Oh, that's not true! You make the follow through possible! Mark: Even if that were true, it's still a really important role. You know, being, being a creative person who comes up with cool ideas, that's really important. So, we need cool ideas. Susan: I'm hoping that, you know, eventually we're going to hit a critical mass of people in the community that somebody, you throw out an idea and somebody's going to grab it and just run, who, you know, has the skill set and. I hope. I guess that's another thing I want to tell people is if you feel like you want to contribute something, please do. Like, I just showed up one day and was like, hey, I can help with things and now I'm on the media team and now I'm on the council. So don't be scared. Mark: Absolutely. Yucca: Well, thank you so much, Susan. Susan: Thanks for having me. Mark: Yeah. Thanks so much. We'll see you next week, folks.
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Pull up a chair at "Ye Ol" table as the Crit Crew Katie, Ashley, Bryan, Jason & Maria. After dealing with Solin Nightshade and saving his daughter, the Crew try to regroup and determine next steps. Flakes tries to process that her friends are dead, and the entire crew is tries to fumble their way forward. Our Website: http://www.criteatinggrin.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/Crit_Eating_Grin Instagram: https://instagram.com/crit_eating_grin Map provided by Dynamic Dungeons: https://patreon.com/dynamicdungoens --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/crit-grin/support
The world seems to be balancing a lot of good news with the bad news these days. At least that's an improvement from the days of COVID when it was all bad. Anyway, that same balance impacts the recruiting industry, and thus this episode. The good news: Amazon, Salesforce are hiring and companies like HiBob, Druid, Catalyte, Betterleap and others are raising new funds. The bad news: Google just laid-off hundreds of recruiters globally and Oyster, who's raised $224 million is going through its second round of layoffs this year. Then the boys cover the UAW strike vs. the Big Three, ask whether we really need CEOs when there's AI and wonder why Elon isn't turning X (formerly Twitter) into an OnlyFans competitor. Even Rep. Lauren Boebert would approve. Enjoy.
Shownotes for DruidCast Episode 196 Wander - Fae as Folk - https://linktr.ee/faeasfolk The Talky Bit - Kate Johnson talks about the Sacred Sun from this year's Pagan Federation North West conference - https://www.paganfed.org/ The Road of Life - Ravel Lumba - https://raveldude.bandcamp.com/album/oneself DruidCast theme - Hills they are Hollow - Damh the Bard - https://www.paganmusic.co.uk/ For more information about the Druid tradition - https://druidry.org/
This Week In Voice, the conversational AI news discussion roundtable, is proud to return for its ninth season. Hosted by Bradley Metrock (CEO, Project Voice; General Partner, Project Voice Capital Partners), the show talks through the news of the week related to natural language-based AI with a who's-who of executives and leaders working with the technology. Guests: Ricardo Marin (Vozy), Nieves Abalos Serrano (Monoceros Labs), Reena Gupta (Mom Relaunch / Wisdocity) Stories for discussion: 1) A boy saw 17 doctors over 3 years for chronic pain. ChatGPT found the diagnosis (TODAY Show) https://www.today.com/health/mom-chatgpt-diagnosis-pain-rcna101843 2) Druid, a conversational AI platform that integrates with ChatGPT, raises $30M (TechCrunch) https://techcrunch.com/2023/09/12/druid-a-conversational-ai-platform-for-enterprises-that-integrates-with-chatgpt-raises-24m/ 3) WWDC 2024: Is Apple on the road to Siri 2.0? (Computer World) https://www.computerworld.com/article/3706472/wwdc-2024-is-apple-on-the-road-to-siri-20.html ---------------- Project Voice's annual conference is invitation-only in 2024 (April 22-23, Chattanooga TN), bringing together 200 conversational AI buyers (defined as decision-makers within Fortune 1000 companies investing $1M or more, over the next 12 months, into conversational AI solutions for their enterprise) all in the same room. A handful of best-in-class service providers, VCs/investors, and qualified US-based tech media will also be invited to attend. ----------------- For information on Project Voice Capital Partners, the VC fund identifying and investing in early-stage top-tier founders and companies working with conversational AI across all industries and sectors, visit www.pvcp.vc.