By Jan Harper-Whale
Podcast by Wihtwara
Healing the Feminine Wound
The Autumn equinox 2021 The last Apartheid, Healing the Feminine Wound. A special podcast by Wake the Wight. After 20 years of hope for the women in Afghanistan we again find ourselves needing to send our prayers to the women and children and men in Afghanistan. My journey in 2001/2002 to many countries was a spiritual one, travelling on ‘faith’. In Quebec the first lodge was centred on healing the relationships between men and women. What happened became the blueprint for the rest of my journey. As Gaston Lavoie spoke so eloquently: - “Women and children are sacred, and they must be given the respect they deserve. They are more important than all the religious buildings that people think so highly, they are prepared to kill for them. The last apartheid must be dissolved once for all. Responding to heart-felt cry from one half of humanity to the other: for until we find peace and love co-existing between man and woman there will always be war in the world. Bletsunga Beorhte Jan&Mitchxxx The WihtWara website
September 22, 2021
Ceremony for King Arwald 2020
Presented by Wight Druids, with Maurice Bower. Wake the Wight, with Jan Harper-Whale & Mitch Bayliss. Wight Dragon Kindred, with Odin Tunningly & Dottir Taylor-Tunningly. Poem by Mark Francis. Ancient Nordic funeral chant.
April 22, 2020
This podcast describes the capture of Evindr Wahl of the Warinni from the 1st book in the Wihtwara trilogy. He is a Royal with a bloodline to Woden. He is forced to walk between two spiritual worlds. The nature- loving pagan honouring of Nerthus the earth mother and Roman cult of the Sun god Mithras.
August 16, 2019
The Wihtwara Dynasty: The rediscovery of an entire race of island people
the Wihtwara Dynasty. The suppressed His-story, rediscovering an entire race of people on the Isle of Wight. This is Her-story. In 686 A.D. the Christian-led invasion of Wihtland, (Isle of Wight) killed the Pagan islanders in an act of genocide. The Wihtwara (people of the Spirit) were murdered because they would not give up their worship to nature and their earth mother Nerthus. In the 1st of a trilogy of books, Jan Harper Whale brings their story to life for the first time, after years of painstaking research.
August 16, 2019