I'm so excited about this show! Alexis P. Morgan is an artist, activist, pan Germanic heathen, and sorceress.
In this episode we talk about cultural appropriation in spiritual practice, Alexis gives us a year's worth of witchcraft study references, and we learn what the heck a pan Germanic heathen is.
Here are the resources Alexis recommends:
If You Want to Be A Witch
Sarah Ann Lawless
Jailbreaking the Goddess
The Chaos Protocols
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