Episode 10 – Celestial Seesaw
Welcome to Episode 10 of Dining with Druids! We’re your hosts, Alison and Jeff Lilly.
In tonight’s episode, “Celestial Seesaw“, Ali and Jeff take a deep breath and plunge back into podcasting after a crazy-busy seven month hiatus, reflecting on the sacred pause of the equinox and sharing a few stories about their wedding (woot!), their cross-country move (woosh!) and their volunteer work as naturalists-in-training with the Seattle (woohoo!). Ali ponders the future of Paganism in a post-church world while using inappropriately awkward sports metaphors, and Jeff makes a few exquisitely bad jokes that you won’t want to miss. We also announce our new podcast project and how you can get involved and help support your favorite rude Drudes!
Mentioned in tonight’s episode:
- How awesome it is to be Seattle Volunteer Naturalists
- “Pagan Temples and the 20%” and “Before the Temples,” by John Beckett, Under the Ancient Oaks
- The Rule of 150, also known as Dunbar’s Number
- Complimentary definitions of the mainstream
- Catholics (again)
Thanks for listening, and stay tuned for exciting changes to come!