Metaphysics 101: The Pagan's Path
Today we're talking about Paganism with Vickie Carey, also known as Springwolf. You might know some of the Pagan traditions such as Wicca, but there's so much more to the story and many more traditions than you might expect. We're walking down the path of not only how Paganism came to be but also investigating the belief systems within these traditions today on Enlightening Radio with Vickie's help.

Vickie also helps us to investigate the relationship of Paganism to metaphysics and further, to New Age philosophies. And we're also covering the essential connections from this belief system to energetic structures, to the natural world, to the relationship with the divine and much more. So much information to cover in an hour but you'll have a much greater understanding not only of Paganism but how these traditions originally formed and their impact on our world today.

For more information about Vickie, her work, and the show she co-hosts each week, The AEnigma Project please visit www.springwolf.net.

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