Hello – thank you so much for clicking on this podcast! I am SO excited to share with you episode 1 of Dying with Mon 💀
Obviously this year with the pandemic, death has been a huge subject. Even if you’ve never had someone close to you pass away, this year in particular - death has been highlighted around the world. Whether we like it or not it’s taken over our screens and our conversations. So why on earth would I dedicate an entire series to it? Well if you’re anything like me, and you find the idea of death scary or confronting – these conversations might make you feel a bit better. Or maybe you enjoy the topic and find it really interesting – either way, this series is for you. We’re going on a journey through life, death – and potentially an afterlife through the lenses of different religions and movements.
For our very first episode we sit down with the Founder of the Church of All Worlds, Oberon Zell. If you haven’t heard of him, you are certainly in for a treat. We speak about everything from starting the church in the 60’s to how his wife – Morning Glory came up with the term polyamory to describe her relationship with Oberon and their five way marriage. We also chat about past lives the afterlife and everything in between. He is an incredibly insightful guy and it was just so lovely chatting with him. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did. Happy listening!
Host: Monika O'Hanlon
Creator of Would You Rather... and North East Arnhem Land with Mon.
With thanks to our guest: Oberon Zell
To read more about Oberon and the Church of All Worlds follow the links below 👇
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/oberon.zell
Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/oberonzell
statues, jewelry, books: https://www.themillennialgaia.com/
Church of All Worlds: www.CAW.com
Green Egg magazine: https://greeneggmagazine.com/
Grey School of Wizardry: www.GreySchool.com
Song of Gaea: https://songofgaea.wordpress.com/
2020 Vision: The Awakening: http://2020visionawakening.com/
Apotheasis website: https://apotheasis.com/
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