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Pam's intelligent exploration into the ways of the witch keeps me on my pointy toes! This podcast is always fresh and relevant, full of delightful surprises that remind me of the work I came here to do: to cultivate a visionary future within this magical collective we call humanity. Thanks for keeping it real AND supernatural, Pam! Definitely my favorite podcast. ✨🕯️💫🏺🌊✨
The WitchWave was my introduction to witchy podcasts, and I feel so lucky things worked out this way. Pam Grossman is a star with her WitchWire advice and her in-depth interviews. I have been introduced to so many fascinating intelligent and insightful individuals, learning not only about Witchcraft, but also the arts, social justice, and so much more. I spent much of last year bingeing three or so year’s worth of episodes, and all I can say now is keep it coming! Thank you, Pam Grossman!
Dear Pam, I just wanna briefly tell you how much I have loved getting to know you and your brilliant guests through your magical, warm and inclusive podcasts. I truly feel like I am part of a rad coven that is so wide-reaching and yet so so intimate and so personally empowering! I decided to join your Patreon and what's. Great move that was. I adore my ad-free content, the rituals you offer and literally, every single time I listen to Witch Wave I feel like I am helping it exist! So thank you fo... more
Thank you Pam for sharing your intellect, passion, and wit. Yours is still my favorite podcast!!!
Thank you for a most perfect and wisely articulated expression at the beginning of this episode. I am deeply appreciative of your courageous leadership.
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The Witch Wave launched 6 years ago and published 129 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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