Human history is decorated with myths…but what do ancient myths mean for modern Witches? Tanisha Everett joins us to discuss ways to use myth to better see yourself, the power of personal myth, and gives us a different look at the story of Persephone. Plus, Magick for the New Moon, Kanani continues her Supernatural binge, past and present crank calls, and a response to another hater. A listener wants to connect with their Ancestors, but some of them are problematic. How can they connect with the UN-problematic ancestors? On Patreon: More on Kanani’s favorite parts of Supernatural, the weirdest rumors about Tarot, our and the books and horror movies that made us into the weird, weird Witches we are!
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Our Guest Today:
Tanisha Everett is a photographer, storyteller, and tantric who likes to give voice to femme stories. She is staunchly pro-woman and pro-femme and hopes to see the dismantling of the patriarchy as she sees that system as the root to all inequitable systems in her life time. Tanisha uses the power of myths to retell the stories of goddesses and feminine archetypes from around the world particularly Africa, in hopes of helping women and men reconnect to the power of the divine feminine and to their own stories. Tanisha hosts The Aha Xperience podcast and is working on her second book – Archetypes: A Goddess Anthology.
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