Andre Sólo, Spotlight

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André on Radio Enso

Last week I announced an hour-long radio interview with Radio Enso, which sounded like a lot of fun but turned out to be a little bit of a mess. Five minutes into the broadcast our audio cut out, and host Greg Berg had to cancel the show. Greg later told me that in over 100 episodes, he’s only ever had to reschedule a guest twice; II was one of the unlucky two.

We didn’t let this get us down, however. The day after the failed broadcast we tried again, and recorded the whole interview. This new, improved and totally successful interview first aired yesterday, September 22. It’s now available for you to play on demand here.

For those of you who tuned in to listen to the original broadcast, I apologize. I was really looking forward to taking questions on-air. But I do hope you’ll tune into the new version, which was not only technical-error-free but also covers some great questions about travel, adventure, the Fellowship of the Wheel, and the quest to meet the gods.

André Solo on Radio Enso

As always, I felt awkward trying to condense my views on spirituality into a short summary, but all in all I feel good about the interview. If you have a question on anything I said, leave it in a comment below and I’ll do my best to answer. Thank you!

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We’ve also gotten quite a bit of coverage. Humanistic Paganism ran an article of mine Sunday talking about Magic to the People, and how it directly addresses the objection that many skeptics have to magical practice. See Taking Money Out of the Equation and join the discussion we’re having.

Other recent coverage:

  • Greg Berg hosted me on Radio Enso to discuss the next stage of my journey, Magic to the People, and what it’s like to use travel as a spiritual practice.
  • Pagan blogger Niki Whiting featured Magic to the People on My Own Ashram
  • Kemetic artist Ty Barbary featured us on Unorthodox Creativity

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