Keepers of the Flame TV Series
We are an educational and entertaining television talk show about Traditional Witchcraft, Paganism and Aboriginal Religions featuring lectures, interviews, music and entertainment from around the world. Friday Nights, 9:00pm Public Access Channel 10 in the Connecticut Valley. Began 2010 and on the internet since 2013. For more information follow our blog at http://www.keepersoftheflametv.com
His website can be found at: http://www.raymondbucklandbooks.com/
Her writing has been published in two books to date; Cakes and Ale for the Pagan Soul edited by Patricia Telesco, and Voices of Survivors edited by Namid, both are available on Amazon.com. Her advice tarot column "It's in the cards" has been featured in Finer Things Magazine and on PaganPages.org. She is also a contributor to Grey Mare on the Hill to be published in December 2015. Although long overdue, Rev. Alicia is in the process of writing and illustrating her own first book, which is a series of guided meditations and journeys.
To see her artwork and design, please visit http://www.facebook.com/flybynightstudio and http://flybynightstudio.blogspot.com/
Her psychic readings and online store can be found at www.SubRosaMagick.com, www.facebook.com/SubRosaMagick and www.etsy.com/shop/SubRosaMagick
Panthean Temple website: http://www.PantheanTemple.org/
You can follow her on YouTube at: www.youtube.com/user/MsJulieCarol
Originally released on Video in 1993 ‘Playing with Fire’ features Legend in concert in October 1992. Only recently re-discovered the original analogue audio tapes have been resurrected and are released here for the first time on CD.
Playing with Fire features the band after the ‘Light in Extension’ tour with the then new line up. Six of the eight tracks from their debut CD ‘Light in Extension’ alongside early versions of tracks from ‘Second Sight’ and the added bonus of Toccata & Blues combine to make this a memorable snapshot of Legend’s early career.
This is a prog band with a concentration on power rock, great interplay between keyboards and rock guitars (think a far more modern sounding Uriah Heep with the emphasis on the keys as opposed to the guitars). You will be blown away by the sheer power and might of the band in concert. Somehow singer Debbie Chapman managed to soar above it all, there may have been melodic chaos going on but her clear and powerful vocals float above it all.
Our introduction song 'Take Me Down Where the Pagans Go' is by Adala: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/adala
More Episodes are Coming!
Older epsiodes are still being edited into a digital format. New episodes to come. Stay tuned!