Tag Archives: Folklore

“Permaculture, Rewilding and Herbalism” – Interview with The Perma Pixie (aka Taj Scicluna), Dandenong Ranges, Melbourne, Australia. By Willi Paul, Planetshifter.com Media


“Permaculture, Rewilding and Herbalism” – Interview with The Perma Pixie (aka Taj Scicluna), Dandenong Ranges, Melbourne, Australia. By Willi Paul, Planetshifter.com Media Excerpts from Interview with The Perma Pixie by Willi   One of the first impressions of you in your community is as alchemist. … Continue reading

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Event Transcription Excerpt and Database – Santa Barbara Mythic Roundtable by Willi Paul. Granada Books, Santa Barbara, CA. 1/22/15


Event Transcription Excerpt and Database – Santa Barbara Mythic Roundtable by Willi Paul. Granada Books, Santa Barbara, CA. 1/22/15 Bay area mythologist and entrepreneur Willi Paul presented the Santa Barbara Roundtable: “Mythic Roundtable: Tools and Inspiration for Creating New Myths” … Continue reading

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The Witches Almanac – Rethinking the Year in Natural Cycles


In his book Cosmos and Psyche the theorist Richard Tarnas discusses how a structured cosmology can affect the cultural narrative.  He focuses on astrology as a way to map changes in the global culture against recurrent celestial patterns. Through a … Continue reading

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Crow


Passing on to birds, the crow is a famous fetish or totem.  It personifies in Hindu tradition the soul of the dead man; to give food to the crows, known in Northern India as Kigaur, is equivalent to offering food … Continue reading

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