Rev Kess

In Her Name, a music review

Jun 21st, 2018 | By

Arthur Hinds, the voice behind Emerald Rose (recently disbanded) and solo artist has recently formed a new trio called the Round Table (Tyler and Amanda Neitz join Arthur).  Their debut album is a tribute to Arthur’s wife who passed earlier in 2018. This is a stunningly beautiful and soulful album, a fitting tribute to the

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Y Mabinogi – The First Branch, a review

May 25th, 2018 | By

  Over the last decade or so I have been enthralled by the music of Damh the Bard. In my mind he is one of the greatest modern bards to come out of England. Few in today’s musical halls can compare to him. If I were asked to try to come up with a list

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When Self-Care Gets in the Way of Duty

May 25th, 2018 | By

Hey, everyone! It has been WAY too long since I last checked in on this blog. For that I apologize. Life has taken some interesting twists and turns that have been in the way of getting things done. Most of it doing with mental health issues. As you may recall from an earlier posting of

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Modern Medicine for Modern Crafters, in which the author gets personal

Feb 15th, 2018 | By

Many Witches and Pagans of all flavors prefer to use homeopathy and herbal medicine to combat their ailments. Sometimes that is not enough. Sometimes we have to turn to modern medicine to treat or cure whatever is wrong with us. First off, I want to state plain and clear that modern medicine is the answer

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Sigil Witchery, a review

Jan 17th, 2018 | By

It may seem strange to read a review of a book from one publisher on another publisher’s blog. Moon Books is not the only Pagan publisher out there, thus they cannot possibly publish every book worth reading. Llewellyn has been in the biz a lot longer. Even with several years of tripe and not-so-well-edited books

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The Foundations Shake, but the Temple Stands

Jan 15th, 2018 | By

In 2018, we don’t expect much to shake us anymore. We’ve seen the Brexit vote, Trump take the White House, and even some of our beloved celebrities taken down. What is left to shake us? In the Pagan World, there is much that can shake us. Some have stepped out and talked about Christian beliefs

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Belinda Carlisle – Wilder Shores Music Review

Dec 15th, 2017 | By

Belinda Carlisle, yes that Belinda Carlisle, has released a new CD featuring songs in Hindi and English. Wilder Shores is not her first New Age release, but the first that I heard. She blew me away with this one. Having grown up listening to her music with The Go-Gos (she started her music career with

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Giving Thanks for what We Have

Nov 22nd, 2017 | By

Over in the United States, where I live, we are preparing celebrate Thanksgiving, a holiday full of food, food, and more food. It is also supposed to be a time to give thanks for what we have – family, friends, and whatever else we are thankful for. Far too often we, Americans at least, have

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August Review

Aug 3rd, 2013 | By

Mama Gina is Goddess Kiss’d Get the CD here. I do enjoy working in radio. I get introduced to some of the newest and greatest musicians to hit the music scene, both New Age and Pagan. Mama Gina’s been performing for some time at regional Pagan festivals, this year she released her first CD at

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July Reviews

Jul 8th, 2013 | By

Telergy’s second release, The Legend of Goody Cole, tells the story of the first woman to be charged, tried, and convicted of witchcraft in New Hampshire in the early 1600’s. Decades before the Salem Witch Craze, Eunice Cole was accused of witchcraft by the residents of Hampton. She was tried and convicted not once, but twice.

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