Crafted Recordings Podcast Episode 4: "We tend to think of the world around us as being disenchanted because we've been enchanted to think that way."
Podcast Episode 3: Pagans & Prisons. Pagan Clergy tell their stories of working in prison.
Podcast Episode 2: Winter is a Time of Revolt. Rhyd Wildermuth previews the print journal.
Podcast episode 1: Matt Dyer was attacked and nearly killed by a polar bear.
Sylvia Federici's "Caliban & The Witch" radically transformed our understanding of the witch burnings. Here are other books from her and the Midnight Notes Collective of deep interest to Pagan Anti-Capitalists
From James Lindenschmidt: "The world is bigger than the mechanistic, reductionist viewpoint upon which capitalism depends."
From James Lindenschmidt: "Ancestral connection to place was strong enough to withstand centuries of hardship, famine, plague, warfare, and a thousand harsh Norwegian winters, only to be destroyed by something so insidious that people have to be taught what "enclosure" means."
by James Lindenschmidt: Like Water is a story about my tribe, my comrades. The reality of police brutality, violence, and murder of civilians on the streets is foregrounded in the story, but the novel never comes across as preachy or even judgmental. The fact is, these characters must endure, each in their own way, in the aftermath of state-sanctioned murder.
From James Lindenschmidt: " The world is seen through the lens of quantification, reduced to a mere number, and capitalist wizards work their arcane lore to manipulate these numbers to their favour, manifesting their will to profit in the real world."