A few years back, I started a podcast called Salem Avenue. It’s a mythical place where pagans live. The podcast is about how to put a bit of magic into everyday life. It’s a show for people curious about pagan life and how pagans live, day to day. The hostess is Athmay la Strange. She talks about stone, herb and animal lore, pagan holidays, and has a strange sense of humor.
Orra Cull, a druidic type young man who knows lots of strange and wonderful facts about animals.
Coriander, a fussy hedge witch who has a little dog named Pixie.
Boline, a kitchen witch.
The nosey neighbors, Ms. Buttinski and her fiance, Mr. Ogler who think pagans are strange folk who dance naked in the yard and do other weirdness that probably should be reported to the police.
Tonight’s episode, due to unforseen technical difficulties is raw and unedited with no sound effects, intro or outro. It can only get better. Learn about apple magic and get a recipe for herbal tea that will help with anxiety and depression and one for Four Thieves Vinegar. No idea what use you would have for something called Four Thieves? Listen and find out. Salem Avenue Podcast
Who am I?
I am a lively Aries lady who lives in a house owned by a bunch of wacky animals.
I am the matriarch of a clan of kids, grands and great grands.
I am a solitary Wiccan whose pagan roots are both Native American and Celtic, strongly connected to the earth.
I am a jewelry artisan, addicted to beads, wire, silver, rocks, stones and minerals. I love working with metal clay, wire and natural stones.
I am a teacher. I’ve learned a lot about stones and minerals and folklore: the history behind the stones. I teach special classes for underpriveleged kids. I teach everyone who asks about the ancient uses of rocks and stones.