Indigenous Culture, Music & Passion
This month Anthony Kilner interviews Yorta Yorta, Dja Dja Wurrung woman - Carissa Watts about her indigenous history, music and culture. Carissa is a very passionate woman that is working hard at helping educate people about her culture through her work, her music and singing in language. She is an inspiration to those around her, yet she feels humbled and privileged, to be a voice for her people.
My Truth is Stranger than Fiction Part II
In Part II of Freya’s amazing story, she finds herself going back through time via Crystal Dreaming to eliminate the root cause of her domestic violence experiences in this life. Read More
In this month's issue, Varij Varidium kicks off his new column Signs of the Times. This column offers a very different approach to understanding astrology and how it impacts people's lives.
Celeste explains the significance of Transgender Day of Visibility - a hugely significant day in the LGBTQI+ community.
Film Review – The Animal People
ShirleySienna walked away from this documentary with these words echoing in her mind – “This documentary is an important reminder of both human and animal rights. Who has them, who doesn’t, who has more, who has less.”
This issue of Supernal Magazine offers plenty of other great reading as well. We hope you enjoy it!
Supernal Magazine Radio
Oh! Look out for a Special Podcast Episode from the Supernal Radio team as they explore ways to turn negatives into positives concerning the Covid-19 Corona Virus! It's available now through the podcast page on the website.