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The most entertaining and enraging stories from mythology told casually, contemporarily, and (let's be honest) sarcastically. Greek and Roman gods did some pretty weird (and awful) things. Liv focuses on Greek and Roman mythology's (mis)treatment of women, the wild things the gods did, and the all around incredible minds of the ancient world. Gods, goddesses, heroes, monsters, and everything in between. Regular episodes every Tuesday, conversations with authors and scholars or readings of an ...
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A podcast about the psychological significance of Norse Mythology. Shawn is an amateur Norse Mythology Expert. David is not a Jungian Analyst but he reads a lot of books about Carl Jung's theories on the collective unconscious and individuation. Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tworavenspodcast/ Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@tworavenspodcast
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A unique view of mythology ... Imagine: Ancient Greek gods in the modern world ... Were the Greek gods no more than myths? Modern scholars say so. What if they're wrong? ... Join best selling author and mythologist Patrick Garner as he explores each of the major Greek gods — Zeus, Apollo, Artemis, Aphrodite, Athena, Poseidon, Ares and many others — and offers rare insights into who these divine beings were — and what became of them! For more, go to PATRICKGARNERBOOKS.COM
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Welcome to Unlimited Opinions! Have you ever wanted to listen to a lawyer and his teenage son discuss philosophy, mythology, theology, politics and more? No? Well, Mark and Adam Bishop are here to discuss it all the same! From philosophy to mythology to politics, they discuss it all with rants and tangents galore! Now in Season 7, they're breaking down Peter Kreeft's "A Refutation of Moral Relativism: Interviews with an Absolutists", going chapter by chapter to discuss how relativism is one ...
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We are a group of storytellers, performers, and musicians. We tell Irish myths to a live audience with live music. Candlelit Tales was founded by brother-sister storytelling duo Aron and Sorcha Hegarty. Driven by a passion for Irish mythology, we started retelling the stories to a near-empty room upstairs in a Dublin pub one rainy evening in November. The next week, the room was a lot less empty, and we were joined by musician Ru O’Sé. By the fourth week, the room was full, and so was the ha ...
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The Wanderer. This is a podcast for Anglo-Saxon Heathenism, history and mythology. We will discuss subjects such as Yggdrasil, the world tree, the Anglo Saxon Runes, The people who were alive at the time when Heathenism was the only religion open to them, how the people worshipped their gods, and which gods were most popular to different sections of Anglo Saxon Society. This is a PayPal link if anyone wants to donate a dollar or a pound to help keep the podcast going. If you would like to su ...
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Hindu Mythology

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Hindu mythology podcast will tell you the stories of the Hindu mythologies of a different time, era, and book that are related and will brighten up your knowledge related to Hinduism that is Sanatan Dharma. Hindu Mythology generally will tell you stories in Hindi and will try to tell some of the stories in English. So just get started to know more about Hinduism in Sanatan Dharam on your own podcast which is Hindu Mythology.
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Marcas and Stephie adapt and retell famous, and not so famous stories from Irish Mythology and Folklore. Each episode features a dramatic reading of one of these tales, along with a deep dive into the original versions that they are adapted from. Encounter mighty warriors, druids, witches, demons, monsters, gods, fairies, ghosts, saints, and scholars as we travel to magical locations in the Irish otherworld - below the ground, under the sea, in the sky and beyond the realm of comprehension. ...
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Have you ever wanted to learn about mythology, but in an unprofessional environment? This is the place for it. My name is Croatoan, and I share facts about Gods and Goddesses of the Greek variety— No Roman mythology here. Many will be lesser known, as all people know Zeus. Beware of a few giggles, but enjoy the learning!
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What makes Norse mythology "norse"? Why does Thor kill giants? What do the myths tell us about Loki's gender identity? The world of popular media is always happy to provide a modernized re-telling of ancient stories with a heavy scoop of creative license, but on "Norse Mythology: The Unofficial Guide", we'll dive into the original tales directly from the sources and learn together from experts in the field about what these stories really mean and how they would have affected the lives of the ...
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Rediscover the myths of the ancient Greeks through the plants and landscapes that shaped them. Meet the wildflowers, herbs, and trees of the Mediterranean and discover the ancient Greek myths that honor them. Wander ancient Greek temples, groves, and wild sanctuaries that have been celebrated for thousands of years. And come to understand Greek myth and culture not just as stories created by humans, but as traditions growing from the landscape itself: rooted in Mediterranean soil and nourish ...
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Janell Rhiannon draws inspiration from the rich tapestry of Greek mythology and history to craft her adult mythology series, The Homeric Chronicles. She shares her indepth research in every episode of the Greek Mythology Retold Podcast. Discover the delightful surprises that breathe fresh life into both well-known and obscure figures of the Trojan War era. Join Janell Rhiannon on a transformative odyssey, where the echoes of ancient Greek history harmonize with the enchantment of Greek myth.
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In a world where mythological creatures exist in a park hidden away from society, listen to fantastic tales and origins of beasts, monsters, and gods, told in an immersive, full-cast, anime-inspired audio drama. Residents of Proserpina Park is a monster of the week fiction podcast focused on mythology. Learn about creatures you've never heard of before and follow this crazy gang and their pet dog alien to solve the mystery of the park.
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Needle Mythology is a small (cyber)space where people can enthuse about beautiful records and the people who make them. It's also a record label, but more about that later. Occasionally, we'll post conversations with well-loved musicians and music fans, hosted by Needle Mythology founder Pete Paphides. These podcasts are all produced by Laura Druce (www.whitepebblemedia.co.uk) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This podcast purely work of mythology and folktales so do not consider it as real incident. If you find any mocking or controversial statement then pardon me. The aim of this podcast to tell stories of mythology. The language of this podcast is in Hindi. Some parts of this podcast is relevant so listeners description required. The aim of this podcast is not to harm faith or not to mock any character or incident of any mythology. I will glad if you will give me feedback of my show. For your q ...
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Join Jocelyn MacRae weekly-ish, as she discusses all things folklore and mythology. From sharing diverse stories about the creation of the world and universe, to regional folklore about all the things that go bump in the night, Sit a Spell is both captivating and easy-to-digest with episodes under 30 minutes. Jocelyn places an emphasis on using reliable sources and giving honor and gratitude to the cultures of all stories and information she shares. Come on in and sit a spell, it's story tim ...
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With humor and purpose, weekly, Auntie Shaz brings you beautiful stories, narrative drama, insights into some mythologies from around the world, humanity, culture, beliefs and inspirations to propel you into greatness. This is not just for young adults but for the entire family. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/auntieshaz/support
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“He’ll flood the Earth. So, let’s not do that; we’re in Iceland.” Before we get into talking about Norse mythology, Darien (she/her) and DJ (he/him) spend some time exploring why talking about Norse mythology is so weird. Other topics include the brevity of the Viking Age compared to other mythic eras, when Christianity became all the rage in Scand…
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In this episode, Shawn and David finally put the Volsung series behind them with and episode on,,,, the Volsungs. A recap of the series where we discuss the overall themes of the tragedy, and where we discuss what may seem to be the evilness of women, which seems to REALLY be the easy manipulation of men (gods we are stupid sometimes).... They also…
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Liv continues the horror that is Ovid's Ars Amatoria by looking at his tips and tricks being utilized in Augustan Imperial Roman epic poetry. It's dark. Be warned. Help keep LTAMB going by subscribing to Liv's Patreon for bonus content! CW/TW: This work is horrifying and promotes absurd levels of misogyny and assault, obviously Liv is provided comm…
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Do good intentions make acts good, or do we need something more? Did we simply evolve morality as a beneficial social system? Are relativists really just the most judgmental people of all time? Find out as we continue discussing Peter Kreeft's A Refutation of Moral Relativism, examining even more common arguments for moral relativism and how easily…
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The Anglo-Saxon spear was a crucial weapon in the arsenal of the Anglo-Saxon warriors during the early medieval period, particularly in England from the 5th to the 11th centuries. It was one of the primary weapons used by infantry soldiers, alongside swords, axes, and shields. Key features of the Anglo-Saxon spear included: Design: The spear typica…
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In this week's episode, Dan sits down with Stine Sandnes to talk about heathen beliefs and how such beliefs were recorded in sagas and poems. ------------------------------------------------ Follow Stine on Instagram: @helheimen Follow the Podcast on Instagram: @nordicmythologypodcast If you like what we do, and would like to be in the audience for…
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Welcome back to the Candlelit Tales podcast.In this episode, we are going right back to before the beginning, where the seeds of this conflict were planted before any of the participants were even born. This is also, ultimately, a conflict between two individuals. If you've missed the earlier episodes, go back to catch up from the start. This is th…
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In this episode, we continue exploring the Hero's Journey in Part Two, focusing on the Initiation or Road of Trials. Using examples from popular stories like Harry Potter and Star Wars, the episode discusses various stages of the initiation. Each stage is analyzed, providing insights into how these events shape the hero and prepare them for their u…
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Liv is joined by Imogen Briscoe to talk Ovid's Ars Amatoria, the Art of Love, aka the first pick up artist playbook. Did Ovid create the 2000 years of misogyny we've had since? Nope, but he sure made it worse with this one! Read more from Imogen on Twitter and at the Ekklesia Magazine. Help keep LTAMB going by subscribing to Liv's Patreon for bonus…
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Does Jesus just get us, or does he call us to something more? Is He really all about tolerance, or is there an objective truth beyond that? Join us as we discuss how our values aren't just ingrained in us by society, why absolutists promote freedom more than relativists, and how those proclaiming that everyone needs to be tolerant really aren't tol…
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The story of Pygmalion is... so much. Plus, the time a man "fell in love" with a statue. Help keep LTAMB going by subscribing to Liv's Patreon for bonus content! CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, and typically involves gods and/or monsters, I'm not as deferential as I would be were I referencing the real thing. So…
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Liv reads Quintus Smytnaeus' the Fall of Troy, translated by AS Way. The epic picks up where the Iliad left off, Hector is dead and the Trojans now have help from the Amazons and their queen, Penthesilea. Help keep LTAMB going by subscribing to Liv's Patreon for bonus content! This is not a standard narrative story episode, it's a reading of an anc…
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In this week's episode, Dan chats with the wonderful Kati Rán about her new Album and what it's like to collaborate when making music! ------------------------------------------------ Follow Kati on Instagram: @kati_ran Follow the Podcast on Instagram: @nordicmythologypodcast If you like what we do, and would like to be in the audience for live str…
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Welcome back to the Candlelit Tales podcast.In this episode, we are taking the perspective of Conchubar Mac Nessa’s youngest son, Follman. Follman’s story is a particularly tragic one, as he has experienced huge loss in his young life, and does not survive the War. If you've missed the earlier episodes, go back to catch up from the start. This is p…
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Liv re-listens to the very first episode of the show, plays it back to you and breaks it down to add more detail, context, corrections, and to just... bask in the wonder of seven years ago Liv and her view on the mythology. Help keep LTAMB going by subscribing to Liv's Patreon for bonus content! CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Give…
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“Have you heard the theory that Jason Grace goes to Valhalla?” Darien (she/her) and DJ (he/him) leave Greek mythology behind and check into Hotel Valhalla with Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard. Other topics include the perfect timing to branch away from the Percy Jackson books, first-person narrative being Rick Riordan’s greatest strength, the f…
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"Be better:" the new horrible slogan for Unlimited Opinions! In this episode, we look at Peter Kreeft's answer to one of the most difficult objections to moral absolutism: if there are absolute moral truths, why have there been cultures with wildly different moral norms? We examine his answer of this argument asserting its own conclusion as part of…
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Liv is joined by debut author Meagan Cleveland to talk THEBES... And her new YA novel, Riddles of the Sphinx, about Oedipus' underrated daughter/sister, Ismene. Follow Meagan on Instagram. Help keep LTAMB going by subscribing to Liv's Patreon for bonus content! CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, and typically invol…
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In this week's episode, Dan chats with Margrethe Havgar once again to go over her discoveries made through reproducing the textiles and tapestries from the Oseberg Ship burial. Follow Margrethe on Instagram: @arkeomags Follow the Podcast on Instagram: @nordicmythologypodcast If you like what we do, and would like to be in the audience for live stre…
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Welcome back to the Candlelit Tales podcast.This week, we are taking a break from our Táin Mosaic series to check in with the Goddess, and Saint, Brigid. The first day of February, also known as Imbolg, has always been associated with Brigid, and commemorated in folk practice. Cloaks are hung out the evening before to catch some of her healing magi…
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Revisiting one of the most controversial women of myth... Medusa is never just one thing: her history, variations on her story, interpretations... There's a whole wide world of Medusa and this episode attempts to touch upon just a fraction of ancient sources and versions. Monster? Beautiful woman? Survivor? Mother? One of three mortal queens? Medus…
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Does the existence of a moral conscience prove moral absolutism right? This is the question on the table as we continue reading Peter Kreeft's A Refutation of Moral Relativism. We discuss the four sources of data for moral absolutism (our conscience, our interpersonal understandings, our language, and human history) to see if they back up the diffi…
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Liv speaks with returning guest CW Marshall about ancient Greek Theatre! Toph goes through the culture of it all, the festivals, the winners and losers, how and why a play gets made, and who pulls the strings... Plus, Euripides is the best, as always. Help keep LTAMB going by subscribing to Liv's Patreon for bonus content! CW/TW: far too many Greek…
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