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Risa talks with Saleema Nawaz, author of the weirdly prophetic and deeply lovely and hopeful Songs for the End of the World about coming out as a witch in our teens, tapping into the vast ocean of inspiration, living in a world you spent years imagining, and writing as an encounter with fear. "Astounding. . . . The book is surprisingly reassuring. …
 
This is a story about hugging trees. About the women who inspired the iconic environmental Chipko movement in India, which literally means to hug, and it’s a story about the Bishnoi faith and the women leaders from that small spiritual minority in the Himalayan foothills, the ones who triumphed, and the ones who were murdered protecting the ancient…
 
In this episode, Risa chats with originator and founder of the Detroit Conjure and Folk Magic Festival (as well as organizer of many other Witch fests and social justice initiatives), a person whom Yvonne Chireau called, "one of the few, rare, real live Black American Witches" writer, speaker, teacher, Witch, Kenya Coviak. Kenya guides listeners on…
 
An archeologist before there were any. The point of origin for the idea that witches gather in covens. The mother of all subsequent covens, in a way. The first woman to unwrap a mummy. Author of ''The Witch-Cult in Western Europe''. Criticized for her cognitive leaps, discredited for the way she pieced through sources choosing what resonated, and f…
 
Most of our Missing Witches episodes are inspired by words - books, articles, poems, spells, but the idea for today’s offering came from my record collection. We say Words are Spells a lot around here, but so too are notes, tones, music, vibrations, vibrato. Buffy Sainte Marie is another magical being who doesn’t show her witchiness through occult …
 
Today’s episode is unlike most because you’ve almost 100% heard of our featured witch. But the Missing part of Missing Witches comes in many forms. In American history, Harriet Tubman’s story is oft told, a hero of civil rights, a literal trailblazer, railroad conductor, freedom fighter whose face was set to appear on the american twenty dollar bil…
 
Story behind the image: "During a visit to the Kabyle region in 2006, I photographed graffiti painted on a town’s whitewashed walls that featured various historical figures adopted by the Amazigh movement. Busts of three figures done by an unidentified graffiti artist included a woman on the left of a geometric design and two men on its right. Unde…
 
In this episode, Amy and Risa sit down to chat about how we are managing to keep it together. We discuss Lammas blessings, plum trees, the capitalist meat wheel, the magical power of hope, our gratitude to the Missing Witches coven for being a safe place to be vulnerable, and swing back and forth between contradictions, weakness, strength, our shar…
 
In honour of Pride Month, Amy had the life-changing pleasure of speaking with founding member of the legendary late 60s psychedelic experimental Drag Theater Troupe The Cockettes. In her career in performance, costuming and wearable art, Fayette has worked with such icons as Any Warhol, John Waters, Divine, Bette Midler and many more. Join us as we…
 
In this Beltane 2020 episode, Amy and Risa chat about how they are going crazy (in the bad way) and the ways they are trying to go crazy (in the good way). Plus we'll hear more listener poetry from Emily, Alexis, Angela and Gem!!And if the elevator tries to bring you down, Go crazy. Punch a higher floor! Woo!…
 
In part two of our mini-series highlighting indigenous voices, Amy sits down with Mi'kmaw artist and astrologer Amanda Amour Lynx and community organizer and artisan Michelle Beausejour to talk about the stars, healing our collective wound and the role that storytelling plays in both. Plus Amanda explains ethnobotany and explains her performance pi…
 
In this Stay at Home Ostara episode of the Missing Witches podacst, Risa sits down with Artist and Witch Jennifer Hamilton to talk about visual art, chanting, altar spaces and more, plus Risa gives some tips on altar creation! Stick around to the end to hear two of our listeners, Ed and Celeste, read their Witch Poetry!! The featured image for this…
 
When this theme of Decolonizing Love occurred to me for this episode, the first person I thought of was writer, Erotic Blueprint coach and self-described baby Orisha devotee Chelsea A. Hamlet, on whose blog I’d been reading such titles as “This is how I wish my partners responded when I told them they gave me an STI” and “What About Your Friends wi…
 
"You dance to heal yourself" says Backxwash. This powerful witch and killer emcee chats with Amy about ancestors, deviance, pre and post colonialism and the alchemy of Hip Hop. This episode features clips of Backxwash's amazing music. Buy Deviancy now!! https://grimalkinrecords.bandcamp.com/album/deviancy…
 
In this episode we sketch the life and impact of a woman who has been called the mother of modern spirituality and who was also one of the greatest explorers of the 1900s, though she’s rarely credited for it. She was a much maligned philosopher, activist, founder of a world religion that she never wanted to be a religion, just a means of investigat…
 
This episode is about wild creation in the liminal spaces, and it’s about magical thinking and fate, and a remarkable artist witch who had to figure out who she was after the unthinkable atrocities of the second world war, and outside of a powerful man’s powerful idea about her destiny. A man who did the Babylon Working and believed she was the Fir…
 
SORRY LISTENER WITCHES - the upload got cut off, no idea how, but here's the last bit of our interview with Vanessa!! OOPS!! If I can figure out what happened I'll do my best to make sure it never happens again. But while we're here, in case you need a reminder: WE ARE ALL ALLOWED TO MAKE MISTAKES. WE ARE HUMAN - mistakes are inevitable ;) <3…
 
www.johannite.org/ In our first ever LIVE RECORDING of the Missing Witches podcast WE TOOK OVER A CHURCH! Together we explored how we use our bodies to connect to the divine through dance!! We are so grateful to the AJC conclave for inviting us to honour Witches from the pulpit of a sanctuary!! In part 1, Risa talks about how Anna Halprin used mode…
 
www.johannite.org/ In our first ever LIVE RECORDING of the Missing Witches podcast WE TOOK OVER A CHURCH! Together we explored how we use our bodies to connect to the divine through dance!! We are so grateful to the AJC conclave for inviting us to honour Witches from the pulpit of a sanctuary!! In part 1, Risa talks about how Anna Halprin used mode…
 
Missing Witches Beltane Special - Music Witches: Music As Wicthcraft In this episode, we speak to classical pianist and astrologer Monefa Walker, Montreal musician and Witch Alex Robshaw, plus new clips from Amy's conversation with singer/songwriter and performance artist, Athena Holmes! Amy and Risa share their own thoughts and experience as Music…
 
Witches Found: The Medium of Life with Jacqueline Beaumont Part 1 In this episode of Witches Found, Amy sits down with Jacqueline Beaumont to discuss Bio Art, Performance Art, Gaia, Bio-hacking, Gender and the future of Humanity. http://www.missingwitches.com/2019/04/23/witches-found:-the-medium-of-life-with-jacqueline-beaumont…
 
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