Discussions of Heathen shamanic, magic, and divination practices in a modern context. GOTW promotes and welcomes inclusive Heathenry and stands against racist and bigoted ideals & practices. Instagram: @wyrdgifts1 Twitter: @wyrdgifts

In this episode, Jan speaks with Ethan Stark, director of Heathens Against Hate. Heathens Against Hate is a program of The Troth providing resources and information to to educate about and encourage reforming hatefulness in Heathenry and the world.


Get to know about Heathens Against Hate and visit to the Parliament of world Religion in November 2018. This interview is also published on The Troth's podcast

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Music: from To Hear the Trumpets Call music by Hauk Heimdallsman. Hauk's music is currently on Bandcamp and you can find him on Facebook @HaukMusic. Hauk was interviewed on episode 5. 

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Logo based on the Vanic boar created by Vanatru Priestess Ember of the Vanic Conspiracy (Ember was interviewed on episode 7). 

Studio recordings by Zencastr and Audacity.

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