What at first appeared to be a specific book about the Native American sacred pipe opened up a whole world of mythology, history, and religion.

Click on in for an exclusive excerpt from the book “The Constant Choice: An Everyday Journey from Evil Toward Good” by Peter Georgescu.

Today we’re doing 10 questions with John Mabry, author of “Growing into God: A Beginner’s Guide to Christian Mysticism”. We talk a lot about, what the heck is Christian mysticism?

What’s up with blushing, how to control your dreams, is Dr. Who a religion, and so much more in this month’s “Geek Month in Review” from JB Sanders!

While I’ve been sitting on the sofa letting my ass get wide working my way through old seasons of “Chuck” and “Numb3rs”, and getting sucked into new television like “Once Upon a Time” and “Grimm” (Damn you Hulu!), friends of The Magical Buffet have been actually accomplishing things. So much so that I’m way past due in giving you guys the rundown on all that has been going on.

Join me as I once again discuss being a “bad Jew”, flipping a citrusy middle finger to the narrow minded, and more Passover fun! Warning, this post is not kosher for Passover, but will keep just as long as that can of Manischewitz macaroons!

Sweden has a shiny new religion!

How reading “Phantom Armies of the Night” by Claude Lecouteux inspired me to create my own feast for the Good Women.

John Matthews and Caitlin Matthews wrote a book years ago titled “The Winter Solstice: The Sacred Traditions of Christmas”. How many years ago? The book was a 1998 Benjamin Franklin Award winner! I’m happy to say that thanks to the great folks at Quest Books I’m able to share a wonderful piece from that book about “Old Sir Christmas”. Enjoy!

Join us for 10 questions with Kenaz Filan, author of the recently released “The New Orleans Voodoo Handbook”. We talk about Voodoo in New Orleans, difficult food decisions, works in progress, and more!

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