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Ænigma PodCast: Ghosts, Ghouls and Goblins

October 2019 – Week 4 The Ænigma Project:
Available Now!

The Ænigma Project PodCast, where we discuss the paranormal, close encounters with the unusual and interactions with the supernatural. We’ll play Truth or Tale and share a little paranormal news now and then too.

Join Paul Cagle, Sushi and Spring as we provide information from our differing points of view. Paul the Paranormal Investigator, Sushi our investigator and resident skeptic and Spring the Metaphysical/Spiritual teacher.

Our PodCasts are available for download, for Free, on iTunes, Stitcher, Spreaker or listen to our current episode directly from our website at aenigmaproject.com.

This week we’ll be talking about:
Ghosts, Ghouls and Goblins
All cultures have ghosts, ghouls and goblin legends We’ll discuss some of our favorites. Why do we like to be scared? What scares us? Are the monsters of today based on actual creatures? We’ll also talk about the earliest recorded ghost story and the earliest recorded paranormal event? It’s a special night for the upcoming All Hallows Eve. 🎃

Our Upcoming Shows his Month, October 2019:

Week 1 – Amityville Horror – uploaded on 10/05
Week 2 – Haunted ships – uploaded 10/09
Week 3 – Our Free Form show – uploaded 10/16
Week 4 – Ghosts, Ghouls and Goblins – uploaded 10/23
Week 5 – Samhain/Halloween

Send us your questions, topic suggestions or just let us know what you think of our show. We might use one of your question in our next Free Form Show! Visit our website AenigmaProject.com/contact-us/ and drop us a line!

View a list of all our PodCast Episodes.
Or learn more about Spring’s history with The Ænigma Project.

© Springwolfs Hanko


© 2019 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Springs Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Ænigma PodCast: Free Form Show

October 2019 – Week 3 The Ænigma Project:
Available Now

The Ænigma Project PodCast, where we discuss the paranormal, close encounters with the unusual and interactions with the supernatural. We’ll play Truth or Tale and share a little paranormal news now and then too.

Join Paul Cagle, Sushi and Spring as we provide information from our differing points of view. Paul the Paranormal Investigator, Sushi our investigator and resident skeptic and Spring the Metaphysical/Spiritual teacher.

Our PodCasts are available FREE for download on:
iTunes, Stitcher, Spreaker or listen to our current episode directly from our website at aenigmaproject.com.

This week we’re talking about:
It’s Our October Free Form Show – With Listener Questions
Things you’ve always wanted to know, but have been afraid to ask. Is ectoplasm real? What is it? And what it isn’t. Can you catch a ghost? What is ghost energy? Is there a difference between a Ghost and a Spirit? We also talk about the National Geographic’s Halloween edition on the Science of the Paranormal. Is there a science to the paranormal and supernatural? Can it be defined, is there a standard? Are there professionals in the field? And other topics sent in by our listeners. Our Truth or Tale was very interesting this week. Dr. Peter Scott-Morgan to become the first Human-Cyborg.

Our Upcoming Shows his Month, October 2019:

Week 1 – Amityville Horror – uploaded on 10/05
Week 2 – Haunted ships – uploaded 10/09
Week 3 – Our Free Form show – uploaded 10/16
Week 4 – Ghosts ghouls and goblins
Week 5 – Samhain/Halloween

Send us your questions, topic suggestions or just let us know what you think of our show. We might use one of your question in our next Free Form Show! Visit our website AenigmaProject.com/contact-us/ and drop us a line!

View a list of all our PodCast Episodes.
Or learn more about Spring’s history with The Ænigma Project.

© Springwolfs Hanko


© 2019 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Springs Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Ænigma PodCast: Haunted Ships

October 2019 – Week 2 The Ænigma Project:
Available Now

The Ænigma Project PodCast, where we discuss the paranormal, close encounters with the unusual and interactions with the supernatural. We’ll play Truth or Tale and share a little paranormal news now and then too.

Join Paul Cagle, Sushi and Spring as we provide information from our differing points of view. Paul the Paranormal Investigator, Sushi our investigator and resident skeptic and Spring the Metaphysical/Spiritual teacher.

Our PodCasts are available for download, for Free, on iTunes, Stitcher, Spreaker or listen to our current episode directly from our website at aenigmaproject.com.

This week we’re talking about:
Haunted, Phantom and Ghost Ships
Was the Mary Celeste cursed as some believe? Why was she found derelict and drifting in the Atlantic Ocean in December of 1872, and where was her captain and crew? What’s the legend of the Flying Dutchman, was it a real ship? Has it been seen in modern times? Why do people report sightings of ghosts on docked vessels like the QEII? Can these ships really be haunted? Join us as we discuss these infamous ships, along with our experiences on the Delta Queen and much more.

Next week is our Free Form Show. Send us your questions and we’ll talk about it on the show. Visit our website AenigmaProject.com/contact-us/ and send us your questions!

Our Upcoming Shows his Month, October 2019:

Week 1 – Amityville Horror – uploaded on 10/05
Week 2 – Haunted ships – uploaded 10/09
Week 3 – Our Free form show
Week 4 – Ghosts ghouls and goblins
Week 5 – Samhain/Halloween

Send us your questions, topic suggestions or just let us know what you think of our show. We might use one of your question in our next Free Form Show! Visit our website AenigmaProject.com/contact-us/ and drop us a line!

View a list of all our PodCast Episodes.
Or learn more about Spring’s history with The Ænigma Project.

© Springwolfs Hanko


© 2019 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Springs Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Ænigma PodCast: Amityville Horror

October 2019 – Week 1 The Ænigma Project:
Available Now

Join Paul Cagle, Sushi and Spring on our rebooted The Ænigma Project PodCast. Where we discuss the paranormal, close encounters with the unusual and interactions with the supernatural. We’ll play Truth or Tale and share a little paranormal news now and then too.

Our PodCasts are available for download, for Free, on iTunes, Stitcher, Spreaker or listen to our current episode directly from our website at aenigmaproject.com.

This week we’re talking about:
The Amityville Horror
Since the late ’70s the Amityville Horror has intrigued and frightened us.  Why did Ronald Defeo Jr. kill his whole family?  Why did George and Kathy Lutz only stay in the home for 28 days before fleeing with only what they were wearing? Were their experiences real? Or was it all just made up stories? We discuss the history, the evolution of the Horror and a little about what’s happened since this story first began.

Our Upcoming Shows his Month, October 2019:

Week 1 – Amityville Horror – uploaded on 10/05
Week 2 – Haunted ships
Week 3 – Our Free form show
Week 4 – Ghosts ghouls and goblins
Week 5 – Samhain/Halloween

We hope you’ll join us each week as we laugh and entertain our old fans and hopefully our new ones too!

Click here for more information about Spring’s history with The Ænigma Project.

© Springwolfs Hanko


© 2019 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Springs Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

The Ænigma Project PodCast

Beginning in October 2019

The Ænigma Project:

We’re bringing the gang back together, this time in a PodCast.  For 4 years, Paul Cagle, Sushi and I had a great time on our LIVE internet radio show The Ænigma Project (click here to learn more). We covered all sorts of Paranormal stories and we had a great time together and with our listeners too.

So we’re coming back in a Podcast, with Paranormal, mystical, spiritual, spooky topics and more each week. We’ll still be playing Truth or Tale, sharing the latest paranormal news and discussing a topic to share what we know, what we’ve learned and the experiences we’ve had.

Our PodCast begins in the first week of October 2019, and the will be available for download for Free on iTunes, Stitcher, Spreaker or listen directly from our website at aenigmaproject.com.

This Month, October 2019, we’ll be discussing:

Week 1 – Amityville Horror
Week 2 – Haunted ships
Week 3 – Our Free form show
Week 4 – Ghosts ghouls and goblins
Week 5 – Samhain/Halloween

We hope you’ll join us each week as we laugh and entertain our old fans and hopefully our new ones too!

© Springwolfs Hanko


© 2019 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Springs Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Merry Solstice – 2019 Spring Equinox

Mystic Moon by WPNature

Spring Equinox 2019 in Northern Hemisphere will be at 5:58 PM on Wednesday, March 20. Eastern Time.

This year, the first equinox coincides with a full moon. For Pagans this heightens the energy for both the Equinox holiday and the observance of the full moon.

The same conjunction happened just a short three years ago in 2016. Find out more about how you can incorporate the special occurrence in your own ritual observance, Spring Equinox and the Full Moon.

Merry Solstice,
Spring
© Springwolfs Hanko

© 2019 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Springs Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Merry Imbolg & Lammas for 2019

Celebration of the return Sun

Celebration of the Sun

The Festival of Lights and Fire

The time of Spring is upon us here in the Northern Hemisphere as the Sun begins his return to warm our hearts and extend his light in our day. His return rings in the first of the Spring Holidays known as Imbolc, Imbolg, Brigid’s Day or the Festival of Lights.

In the Southern Hemisphere the summer is marked by its peak of the Sun during the Fire Festival. It is the time of Lughnasadh, also known as Lammas or the Fire Festival which honors the Celtic hero Lugh. It is the first of the Pagan Harvest Festivals and the time of year to thank the Tuatha Dé Danann (the Faeries) for their help in our gardens.

These Sabbats (Pagan Holidays) are observed on February 1st or 2nd, depending on one’s personal Tradition (spiritual denomination). Because Pagans celebrate on a Lunar Calendar schedule, our holiday observances actually begin  at sunset on the evening before the scheduled day.

Those who recognize February 1st as the observed holiday, will begin their rituals on January 31st. And for some places in the world, that’s already tonight.

Everyone here at Springwolf Reflections and Spring’s Haven extend our wishes to you and yours for a wonderful and joyous celebration of the warmth. Where ever you are in the world,

May Your Season Be Blessed with Abundance and Happiness

© Springwolfs Hanko

© 2019 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Springs Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Defining What You Believe

What Do I Believe?
A Student’s 1st Assignment

Before you can begin your spiritual journey; what ever that journey is, you have to know where you’re starting from. What do you believe and how does it relate to your spiritual path? Are you looking for a spiritual path, but don’t know which one fits your current beliefs? How are you going to assess where you are today with where you want to be, or where you’ve come from, if you don’t know what you believe today.

It’s easy to sit down and answer questions off the top of your head when talking with someone about what you believe. You jump from topic to topic and you may not even realize how the subjects are interconnected. You can give one description today and two weeks from now, you’ll have a slightly different description. And you won’t even realize you’ve altered your view or perception.

If you take on this assignment, you’ll see how much that ‘easy to answer’ scenario changes. When you’re writing those answers down, putting thought to paper you are forcing yourself to really think about what you believe. You’ll begin writing an answer to a question you were sure you knew, only to discover that you may not be so sure about it after all. It also forces you to connect the dots. You’ll find that as you’re writing an answer to one question, that might contradict your response to another previous question. And suddenly you have to re-think an entire subject. Continue reading

Merry Lughnasadh or Imbolg!

Arctic Wolf Fire

“Arctic Wolf Fire”
By Tom-in-Silence

The Summer Fire Festival

It’s time for the first of the Harvest Festivals, we know it as Lughnasadh for Celtic paths. Also known as the summer fire festival it is always a fun event to honor the changing seasons!

As with most things on the pagan calendar, different traditions celebrate and recognize seasonal festivals at different times of the year. Here in the northern Hemisphere, Lughnasadh is recognized on August 1st or 2nd.  It’s the time to recognize and honor Gratitude, Abundance, and bring things to Fruition (Getting it done!)

In the Southern Hemisphere this is the time for Imbolg, the Festival of Lights, when honoring the goddess Brigid and Purification, Initiation, and Dedication to one’s path is recognized.

There are many ways to give thanks and honor during this 1st harvest festival. It celebrates the warmth of the sun, the rain and the faery folk who help tend to the gardens, flocks and fields. As a Celtic festival of the harvest, what better way to give thanks than to prepare a meal with the harvest of your own garden.

Which ever holiday you observe, may it be a wonderful and blessed celebration!

From all of us here to all of you;
Merry Lughnasadh & Imbolg!!
Springwolf   🐾

© Springwolfs Hanko

© 2013 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Springs Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.