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December 19, 2021 62 min

In this episode I speak with Dr. Alexander John Shaia about the origins of today's Christmas traditions, their roots in the practices of the ancient Celtic world, and how they remain spiritually and mystically relevant, regardless of one's faith or lack thereof. To discover more of Dr. Shaia's work, visit his website here.

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