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We're talking about Jurassic Park and the intersection of science and spirituality this week on The How to Be Awesome Podcast, but mostly it's just about how cool dinosaurs are.
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We're back this week with Whatcha Eating? And Louise has been making brie and Cranberry stuffed sausages, while Renee has been making lemon ricotta pasta.
Then we get into Louise's topic pick - Jurassic Park! We're talking about our love for the Jurassic Park films and what we can learn about witchcraft and spirituality from genetically engineered dinosaurs.
We finish with what's awesome this week, and both Renee and Louise are sharing new TV show recommendations for you!
Links from Jurassic Park
- Coven of Awesomeness Witchcraft Academy
- Witchcraft Everywhere
- Imbolc Intention Setting Ritual
- Cranberry Glazed Cocktail Sausages
- One Pot Lemon Ricotta Pasta
- Jurassic Park book
- The Rise & Fall of the Dinosaurs
- Find out where you can stream the Jurassic Park movies on Just Watch (add /uk if you're in the UK)
- Pam & Tommy
- The Witcher: Blood Origin
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