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Monday 10/22 On The Ænigma Project

The Ænigma Project – Mondays 9 PM EST

The Ænigma Project is a discussion group focused on the realm of the supernatural, paranormal and mysterious events that sometimes take place in our lives. Through multiple view points and experiences, we seek to enlighten our listeners and elucidate that which has become hidden beneath the many layers of misunderstanding and fear.

10/20 Our Topic: The Dibbuk Box
The Dibbuk Box. In Jewish folklore, a dybbuk is a restless, usually malicious, spirit believed to be able to haunt and even possess the living. The Dibbuk Box is a wine cabinet that achieved recognition after it was auctioned on eBay with an accompanying horror story and is the original inspiration for the 2012 film “The Possession.”  You don’t want to miss this show!

AND We welcome back one of our favorite Co-Hosts!
None other than the world famous Gaz Davies from P.R.O.O.F Paranormal in Swansea, Wales!  Gaz has been on the show and has talked about his upcoming TV show P.R.O.O.F that he is working on.  Those of you who listened last time Gaz was on the show, know that he has an amazing voice and accent that made all the ladies swoon.  He’s worth tuning in to listen to alone!

You can listen online and join in the chat room to share your perspective or ask questions for the panel to contemplate and address. If you don’t want to join the chat, you can still listen live on your pc or Smartphone on TuneIn radio! I LOVE this app!

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We always have a lot of fun! And we’d love to have you with us.


If you miss the show, you can listen on the Tenacity Radio Archives for the The Ænigma Project (look for date and topic), or visit the The Ænigma Project blog for links to iTunes and more ways you can listen to past shows.

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Celebrating the Summer Solstice

The Mid-Summer Festival
By Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D.  🐾

The Summer Solstice is a pre-Christian holiday and has been celebrated throughout Europe and many parts of the world for eons. The solstice itself has remained a special moment of the annual cycle of the year since Neolithic times.

In Anglo-Saxon form, the holiday is known as Litha. A Germanic word for June and meaning mid-summer. In Irish form Meitheam. (From Old Irish mithem (“midsummer, June”), from Proto-Celtic *medjo-samīno- (compare Welsh Mehefin)).

Today Solstice celebrations center around the astronomical timing of the summer solstice. But many pagans still hold to traditional lunar calendar celebrations holding the rite at sunset on June 20th, the 21st or June 24, the day of the solstice in Roman times.

Like most pagan holidays, the early Christian Church assimilated the holiday into their calendar and original Celtic celebrations slowly faded. The “new” holiday is associated with the nativity of John the Baptist, which is observed on, June 24. Knowing that pagans followed a lunar calendar and began their celebrations at sunset on the eve before the Gregorian calendar date, the early church established St John’s Eve on the evening of June 23. This is the eve of celebration before the Feast Day of St John the Baptist. Continue reading