Wild Witches Ep 15- Witches in the Military

Episode 16: Reclaiming the Colorado

Welcome to the 15th episode of the Wild Witches Series on the Science Witch Podcast

John Paul, Army Reserve Career Counselor at U.S. Army and initiated witch in the TOW

In this episode of the Wild Witches Series, Anjel interviews John Paul, who is a service member in the Army and an initiated witch in the Temple of Witchcraft, as well as a long time friend. In this conversation, they talk about being a witch in the military, how witchcraft is received and also resources for witches and pagans who serve.




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Transcripts for this episode


Show Notes

You’re Wrong About-Your Abortion Stories

Temple of Witchcraft

Temple of Witchcraft- Mississippi

Byron Ballard

Red Jasper in Hattiesburg MS

Temple of Witchcraft Orange County 

Sexual Harassment Resources in the Army

Equal Opportunity – Air force

Heathens West

Nine Noble Virtues

Seven Army Values

Meher Spiritual center

Grimoire of the Thorn-Blooded Witch: Mastering the Five Arts of Old World Witchery 

by Raven Grimassi

Oberon Zell

John Paul on FB

Crossroads & Cauldrons Podcast


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