EP 70 WF Kenya Coviak: Conjuring Detroit

In this episode Risa talks to Detroit Witch and organizer Kenya Coviak. As helicopters fly overhead and the pandemic rages outside her doors, Kenya takes us on a magical memory tour of Detroit in all its diverse powers. Founder of the Detroit Conjure and Folk Magic Festival (as well as organizer of many other Witch…

EP 69 MW Margaret Murray: What Science Calls Nature and Religion Calls God

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…

Witches Found: Elisabeth Swearingen – I Will Not Be Silenced

This brave witch left an incredibly conservative Mormon upbringing and marriage to claim her independence and her #POWER. If YOU are gathering strength for a life-altering change, let the wisdom of this #WORDWITCH wash over you like a blessing. ⚡️ Connect with Elisabeth at: https://www.facebook.com/indigowytches/ If you appreciate the podcast and want to join our…

Missing Witches: Paula de Eguiluz – Come to Aleluya

This is a story about a woman born into slavery who became one of the most powerful healers in the hot mad cruel town of Cartagena de Indias in 17th Century colonial Colombia. A woman who was tried 3 times for witchcraft and survived, still imprisoned, while the bishop himself paid her for her services….