EP 68 WF Cedar Eve Peters: Shape-shifting

In this episode, Amy chats with artist and artisan Cedar Eve Peters about tiny beads, giant murals and everything in between. Find Cedar Eve on instagram Find Cedar Eve Creations on Facebook email cedareve@gmail.com for purchase Or on ETSY Select jewellery can also be found at the McCord Museum Boutique & Casa Del Popolo in…

EP 67 MW Buffy Sainte Marie: This Is My Path. Discover Your Own.

Buffy Sainte Marie is another magical being who doesn’t show her witchiness through occult study, cauldrons, crystals or tarot cards, but rather, through a devotion to change, a reverence for nature, a recognition of the power of ceremony. The nerve to go her own way. She sang, “Magic is Alive” and claims that the core…

EP 66 WF Sherry Shone aka That Hoodoo Lady: Reclaiming The Bible

In this episode, Amy chats with Sherry Shone, hoodoo practitioner and author of The Hoodoo Guide to the Bible: Advice From a Real Hoodoo Worker about her book, magic, and together they go through the steps of one of Sherry’s specialties: Turning a hurtful Bible verse into a Helpful Exercise. Find Sherry on Instagram Book…

EP 65 MW Harriet Tubman: Reach For The Stars To Change The World

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…

EP 64 Witches Found – Yvonne Chireau: Black Magic

In this episode Risa talks with Dr. Yvonne Chireau, Professor of Religion and Chair at Swathmore College, and author of Black Magic: Religion and the African American Conjuring Tradition. Follow along with her thoughtful work on Africana Religions at https://academichoodoo.com/

EP 63 Missing Witches – Dihya al Kahina: A Free and Noble Witch

This episode honours a 7th Century hero. A Black indigenous Woman who was a leader. A warrior priestess named Dihya, champion of the native North African Amazigh people, her name means “the beautiful gazelle” in the Tamazight language of the Amazigh. Amazigh, plural Imazighen, means “free or noble people” in the Indigenous Tamazight language. Among…

EP 62 Sabbat Special Mabon 2020 with Sandra Huber: The Knowledge Game

In this episode, Amy and Risa celebrate the beginning of Mabon, the beginning of Autumn, the Equinox, and open season 4 of the Missing Witches Podcast by chatting with university educator, artist and Witch, Sandra Huber about learning, old wives’ tales, automatic writing, rituals and The Search: seeking Witch History and the Witch within. PhD…

EP 60 Witches Found Covid Coven with WhiteFeather, Krista, Becca and Amelie

We are four women battling COVID-19, from our homes in Montreal and Gatineau, Quebec and in Caen, France. We are artists and feminists bound together through our shared experiences of embodying a disease that has baffled the world. We were drawn together first through mutual acquaintances in the art world, and then became more tightly…