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How much technology do you bring into circle?

Started by Leisha. Last reply by Arcane Cricket Apr 14, 2013. 5 Replies

Part of the reason that we as people create and adopt technology is because it can be useful in situations where the non-technological method is more difficult or filled with inherent problems. For…Continue


Started by Leisha. Last reply by Skyla NightOwl Apr 13, 2013. 10 Replies

I must admit, I love my iPad. What surprised me is how few pagan-witchcraft-related apps are available out there. Anyone have ideas of what good apps are available that you use in your Craft…Continue


Started by Leisha. Last reply by Aislynn Apr 3, 2013. 4 Replies

Back in the days when I worked an office job, I spent a lot of time listening to podcasts. Lately, I've gotten away from them, but still have a bunch in my queue. Here's the ones I've listened to.…Continue

New and amazing tarot app

Started by Leisha Jun 1, 2012. 0 Replies

Shortly before I went on vacation, I was alerted to a new tarot app that came out. I tend to be very critical of such things...they often don't live up to even the most basic of standards. When I…Continue

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Comment by Skyla NightOwl on April 13, 2013 at 17:11

I used to listen to "deo's Shadow" and "Lance and Graal" before they both went defunct. I still have all the episodes of deo's Shadow and most of the Lance and Graal episodes saved so I can go back and listen to them again.I'm still trying to find some good one's to listen to, so thanks for the list, I'll have to check them out.

Comment by Leisha on June 7, 2012 at 7:51

If you click on the file link in the list or click on the underlined hyperlink in the table near the top (for instance, the Internet Book of Shadows), the file will automatically start downloading. Once you have downloaded it, it will be a zipped file (not sure if it is a .zip or a .gz). You'll need some sort of unzipping software to uncompress the file (I'm guessing you are on a Windows-based machine, since Mac includes an unzipping program in its OS...but I'm thinking maybe something like PKUnzip might still be available).

Another way to do it are to order the DVD-ROM set of files directly from the site which has all the files on the site and is a huge bargain at $100. But I think probably the best thing to do is read the files on the site directly and then copy the things that you find resonate with you and that you wish to use. A lot of the pagan-specific files are from the early days of BBSs and the Lysator FTP site and newsgroups, so they may not resonate with someone studying books that have come out after that. Once you've had a chance to read through the site, then see if it is worth downloading the file--as the file is HUGE.


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