In this episode we talk to Angus McMahan about the role of humor and storytelling in society and in the pagan community specifically. What makes you laugh? What is it about humor that helps us understand things that we may not know about it? How can humor help us make breakthroughs when other things can’t? What is the line between the humorous and the political? We also talk about our most interesting experiences doing tarot…

This episode is part of a series of interviews with people who will be presenting at Pantheacon 2016.

Angus McMahan is a gregarious solitary who can usually be found playing strange drums strangely at various Community Seed rituals. He is a lego sculptor, a cross-country marcher, a crop circle inspiration, a breathtakingly slow triathlete and a writer of no great renown.

Links

Email: angusmcmahan@gmail.com

Angus’ Website: www.angus-land.com

Angus’ Patheos blog: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/askangus/

Books

The Witch’s Athame: The Craft, Lore & Magick of Ritual Blades (The Witch’s Tools Series) by Janson Mankey

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