Back in April last year, I made an appearance on the inaugural Coffee & Divination podcast. It’s a great show, run by the fabulous Joanna Farrer (musician and high priestess of the North Wyldewood Coven), and I was more than happy and honored to be the guest for the first episode. Apparently Joanna’s audience enjoyed our talk, so over a year later, I was invited back to talk again about divination—this time, about grammatomancy (the divinatory art of using the letters of an alphabet, specifically the Greek alphabet, about which I’ve put out an ebook for you to consider plus plenty of other posts exploring how to use this neat little system of Greek “runes”). It’s a topic that’s near and dear to my heart, and which I’ve involved in plenty of stuff with my (on the back burner) Mathēsis project and which I spoke about as well at the Salem Witchcraft & Folklore Festival last year. In addition to just that, we also get into some fun bits about Hermetic magic and a few other fun topics, as well! It was, as ever, a great time to chat with Joanna, so I hope you enjoy the chat, as well (whether or not you like coffee).
To listen to the podcast, you can find the interview on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and other podcast platforms, as well as on their Vimeo channel. And, if you’d like to support her show, please consider throwing some coffee money her way over on Ko-fi!