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IPR is a station designed to serve the Pagan communities. It is a place where you can tune in to hear a wide range of music by Pagan artists; as well a variety of shows from talented and knowledgeable hosts. Mobile users require TuneIn Radio.

Introducing Team IPR

International Pagan Radio is built upon the hard work of each and every one of its team members. Every host volunteers their time to bring you the fantasic shows you hear. Come join our Hostesses Lady Brigid and Kazan for their show Ask A Witch. If you have young children, you may also like Storytime with Rook, hosted by Rook MacMorrighan.

Dive deep into spirituality by checking out Raven's Reflections hosted by Rev. Ravenwolf Greenfield. Or join music artist David Wood for his show Beyond the Spotlight, where he conducts interviews with artists, bands and many other predominate figures from the communities. Join us on our facebook page for details and show times.

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Rev. RavenWolf Greenfield
Onyx
William Brigley
Rook MacMorrighan
Lady Brigid
Kazan "Mama Bear" Clark
David Wood

Rev. RavenWolf Greenfield

Rev. RavenWolf Greenfield (Timothy Ziman) is the host of Ravenwolf’s Reflections. His show tackles all aspects of the spiritual, the astral, the phenomenal, as well as ritual. It also covers daily topics that are as broad and random as life and the universe itself.

He is a second-generation pagan, born in England where he lived until five years ago before moving to the United States. Currently he is studying dual bachelors in History and Political Science. In his pagan career, he is a 1st Degree Clergy Priest of the Correllian Tradition, and a dedicated clergy member to the Temple of Sedna in the United Kingdom. His personal philosophy is that we are all teachers, as we are all leaders and philosophers.



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Onyx

Having been raised Baptist primarily, Onyx (Rev. Chuck Chapman) stepped into the initiatory circle over 30 years ago not long after joining the military service. During the next decade, he focused on learning as much as could from his traditions teachings, and any other material he could find. He worked with many different Pagan traditions and a couple of magical lodges, in the United States and Europe.

Onyx left the military in 1995 and opened a metaphysical shop in his hometown, which doubled as a Pagan learning and community center. During this time, he also co-founded a traditionally styled temple. A few years later, the store was lost to fire. During this period, he left the temple he had helped found.

Through the next decade, Onyx took independent students and also founded two more covens on his own. In the early 00's, he joined a very public tradition where he continued to work until 2016. During his time with this tradition, he established a proto-temple, taught students through all three degrees, established a religious order within that tradition, worked with two other orders and a department.

During his time with this tradition, he received an invitation and accepted a position as a panelist with an online radio network. Soon after that, he established his own radio network that produced a weekly show. After leaving the original network, he partnered with another Priest and managed a network where he hosted two shows a week and co-hosted another. Shortly after leaving this network, he was asked to lead International Pagan Radio. He gladly accepted this request.

In March of 2016, he partnered with William Brigley to take over full financial responsibilities for International Pagan Radio. His management duties continue in conjunction with his partner.

Onyx enjoys the internet radio business and is dedicated to establishing community by helping to tear down walls and build bridges. He is an advocate of peace while realizing that conflict is necessary for growth. He believes that conflict does not need to devolve into violence, bias, or hatred. Humanitarian resolution of conflict and a greater community that is more inclusive, rather than exclusive, is a dream for which he works.

Onyx continues to work with people to help bring this vision to be. He also believes that once enough of us can see this concept as a reality and a way of life, that we will reach a sort of terminal mass. At this point, evolution will sweep over the entire race. Onyx challenges folks to be involved as we evolve. He often references the starfish on the beach story, and the 100 the monkey theory. He often says, "One starfish at a time, until the hundredth monkey."


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William Brigley

From Queensland, Nova Scotia, William Brigley comes from a diverse religious background, having explored various paths over the years, including earth-based belief systems, eventually settling on Correllianism. Over the past few years, he was a columnist for the Correllian Times; which later became the Pagan World Times.

As a columnist, he researched various peer-reviewed journals, publications and legitimate sources on the topics of archaeology, anthropology and other fields and how it relates to modern Paganism. This monthly column was to be called Visions of the Past and designed to fill a niche in helping settle misconceptions and bring these discoveries to the forefront.

Later, he was invited as a Guest Host on Rev. Onyx’s Lady of the Circle in the Oaks blog talk radio show. Shortly thereafter he would turn Visions of the Past into a weekly talk show. A self-taught graphic designer, he has done graphic work for various groups including the Correllian Tradition, the Spiritual Unity Radio Network, International Pagan Radio and many others.

Currently, he is the Media Manager and web developer for International Pagan Radio. William hopes to continue his work in internet radio and with bringing his information to the many communities.


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Rook MacMorrighan

Rook MacMorrighan (Christopher Annon) is the host of "Storytime with Rook", a family show aimed to teach our kids about our religion. About our Gods and Goddesses. About how to be more involved in ritual and community.

Rook is the Headmaster of the Tree of Life Children's Learning Circle. He is also the High Priest of the Tribe of Truth Sanctuary. Both are eclectic neo-pagan based. Rook is a Priest of the Morrighan, Vice President of Piedmont Pagan Pride and is a very active member of the Misfits Sanctuary.

Rook has studied many paths and under many teachers. He jokingly calls his path "Borg Paganism" because he assimilates what he learns.



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Lady Brigid

Lady Brigid Eldar is a wife, mother, grandmother and a lifelong witch. She is an Ordained and Licensed Minister performing weddings, hand fasting’s, crossovers, memorials and Wiccanings.

Active in Pagan Ministries for several years, Lady Brigid performed rituals and classes in the institutions, and also was a part of the first Pagan Pride Day celebrated within a correctional institution.

She is the High Priestess and Matriarch of The Coven of Eldar (one of the oldest Covens in Columbus, Ohio). Rev. Lady Brigid is a Queen Mother and head of the Black Dragon Clan with many covens having hived off from her.

Being an empath, a witch and a tarot reader from a young age she was very blessed to be able to grow up being aware of and in tune with her Spirit Guides.

She is an Elder of the Pan Pagan Festival, (the longest running Pagan festival in the U.S.), held in Indiana. Lady Brigid has over 40 years of experience in public ritual work, public speaking, sponsoring events, and festivals, as well as organizing and teaching workshops.

She is a radio personality and hostess of The Ask a Witch internet radio show on International Pagan Radio with her cohost Kazan Clark, and a free-lance writer for The Pendle Craft magazine and other publications.

Lady Brigid considers herself an amateur herbalist and gardener, while being well educated in the art of using herbs, flowers and those so called weeds. Using these herbs and plants she makes many magickal products that have been tested, tried and used by many.

An attendee of the Columbus Community College of Columbus, Ohio, she majored in American Sign Language and Psychology. She is a graduate of the University of Life.



Kazan "Mama Bear" Clark

Kazan "Mama Bear" Clark has a Doctorates degree in Metaphysics, a Doctorates in Divinity, and a PhD in Religious Philosophy. While studying for these degrees, she found Wicca and has been a practicing Wiccan for over 35 years. She has been a teaching priestess for the last 20 of those years.

She is a legally ordained minister in the state of Arkansas, ordained by the Covenant of Divine Light and a certified Pastoral Counselor. Kazan has appeared on Pagan Priestess as a panel Priestess and is co-host to PTRN's “Ask A Witch”.

Her spiritual practice ia a combination of Wicca and Native American Medine Path. She is also the founder of “The Sisterhood of the Quickening Moon”, which is a women's study and spiritualality group.


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David Wood

David Wood is a pagan and mainstream recording artist based in Columbus, Ohio - USA. His music has been described by local media as the POP/Dance Alternative with a dash of Soul. David has established a following in many different communities. From High Energy Dance music and Soulful ballads to the erotic and mystical, his music continues to appeal to a wide variety of audiences.

David has been a practicing Witch since 1987, a lineaged Witch since 1997, and continues to teach and train within the Black Forest Clan where he holds 3rd degree Clan Head status. He is a Hoodoo Practitioner, Usui Reiki Master and gifted Tarot reader. David has toured the national club circuit, produced many CDs and music videos for himself and others, from his humble beginnings in 1990 to present day. He has continued to make himself available to such charitable groups as The American Cancer Society, where he performed with his dancers at the Ohio State University Horseshoe, The American Diabetes Association, The Stonewall Union, and the Columbus AIDS Task Force. Music has been written by David Wood for local television commercials and radio advertisements and he has managed to have small amounts of radio play and interviews with his original material.

David has also signed on to International Pagan Radio, where his music enjoys rotation and to host another radio program titled “Beyond The Spotlight”. On this radio program, David seeks to discuss the music industry, pitfalls and struggles experienced by musicians, along with the legal side of the industry and personal experiences.

David Wood’s music and videos can be found on International Pagan Radio as well his own website at www.DavidWoodMusic.com and CDBaby.com. David also produces fine conjure oils, floor washes, powders and more with a Bonanza.com hosted shop at www.CrownAndConjure.com.