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In this episode I answer questions from both the reddit /r/SASSWitches and from submitted from listeners. The episode starts with a bit of an overview of working in academic research to give a bit more context to why my job is. I hope you enjoy and I am always open to answer any questions.
I brought up one of my favorite historical geologists Nicholas Steno
My husband also sent me this comic called “How people in science see each other” I have excerpted it here but it links to the full version.
The book I recommended for getting into witchcraft is Paganism for Beginners: The Complete Guide to Nature-Based Spirituality for Every New Seeker by Althaea Sebastiani. I highly recommend this book and this author for everyone especially those new to this path.
The other book I mentioned was Venus and Aphrodite by Bettany Hughes which I listened to on Audible.
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