Samhain Odinia and Renegade Double Feature…

1-a-samh-cutIt so happens that I have been interviewed for Samhain both this year and last year… so if you are interested in Heathen Samhain topics, there are 4 hours of radio here for you..

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First,  “The Cultural Appropriation of Samhain”, recorded 30th October 2016…

…and here is last year’s Samhain broadcast… “Bringing the Soul back into Souling”

Links to the radio shows above from the Renegade Broadcasting website.

The Solar Storm: Kyle Hunt interviews Seana Fenner – Bringing the Soul back into Souling (11-1-15)

The Solar Storm: Kyle Hunt interviews Seana Fenner – Samhain & Cultural Appropriation (10-30-16)

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You may also be interested in the following videos from the Odinistpodcast Station on Youtube… “Sacred Spirits of Samhain”, part one of a series about the history of Samhain…


Our most recent video, “Of Bagpipes, Burns, and Spiritual Plagues Part One Tamoshanter”, which is for Burn’s Night, but which contains themes very relevant for Samhain…

..and our Autumn Winter Finding and Mabon Video against White genocide… “Winter Finding – Mabon Meditation: Red Squirrel & Tribal Survival”

 

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…and lastly, the Odinist Samhain article which we discussed in last nights broadcast…

“Samhain Mysteries of Nerthus and Njord, a Surviving Hebridean New Year Ritual…”

Waes hael… and a happy Samhain and glorious Odinist new year to all!

Odinia

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Sacred Spirits of Samhain Series, First Episode…

Greetings to my fellow Odinists…

 

Just a short post to say happy Samhain.. (!) and share the news that we have a new video rede (sermon) available… “Sacred Spirits of Samhain Part One”. This rede discusses some ancient Heathen practices and beliefs that have survived due to their having been incorporated into Hallowe’en by our ancestors, such as souling and soul cakes. In addition to this, it features some ghostly poetry, “the Highwayman” by Alfred Noyes, and “In the Hall of the Mountain King” by Edvard Grieg at the end.

A few practical considerations when viewing. Since parts of this are filmed on a mountain peak, you may find there is some background noise at points, so it is easier to hear at higher volume. I did not “monetize” this video or any others for that matter. Sometimes, even when one uses public domain music, which this is, ads are put on automatically. However, one can easily x out the ad when viewing.

If you would like to be on the mailing list we are making up for video redes and the like, or would like to know more about Odinism, please do let me know at Odinia@outlook.com or give us a call at  (808) 985 -8580.

Wishing you a wonderful, blessed, new year….!

Odinia