Author Mitch Horowitz returns to the podcast to discuss his new book, "The Miracle Club," and the incredible power of the mind to shape reality itself—a power available to anybody, anywhere, at all times... NOW.
Remembering the late, great, Adam Parfrey—publisher of Feral House books, fearless opponent of American conformity, champion of the outsider, and a mentor and friend. In this episode, I chat with Samuel Vandiver, who has been assembling Parfrey's biography "A Feral Man in a Feral Land" from Adam's archives as well as extensive first-hand conversations with the legendary publisher.
Peter Bebergal, author of "Strange Frequencies: The Extraordinary Story of the Technological Quest for the Supernatural," stops by the show to discuss the liminal zones between mysticism and technology, and the odd and wonderful things he has found there.
Artist Gea Philes stops by to discuss life as an outsider, the pursuit of art as an overwhelming spiritual goal, how otherworldly forces shaped her work and how she's seen the occult scene evolve (and devolve) over time.
Journalist Marty Beckerman stops by the show to talk about how the Mainstream Media™ actually works, his experiences working in it, and why civilization is collapsing without functioning and healthy journalism. www.martybeckerman.com
Super-elite high-ranking Freemason Shahriar Yosef Esshaghian stops by the podcast to cast light on the hidden inner secrets of the world's oldest (and most maligned) fraternity. Please ignore all moments of unintentional reptilian shapeshifting.
George Pendle, author of the biography "Strange Angel: The Otherworldly Life of Rocket Scientist John Whiteside Parsons" (now the basis for the CBS All Access show "Strange Angel") stops by to talk about the enduring legacy of occultist and rocket scientist Jack Parsons.
Michael M. Hughes, author of the upcoming "Magic for the Resistance" and mastermind of the "Bind Trump" mass magical working, stops by the show to talk about magical resistance to the darkest timeline.
Dr. Ralph Abraham, professor and founding theorist of chaos mathematics, stops by the talk about the inherent, unpredictable chaos of existence, Dr. John Dee, DMT, seeing angels and how math is the language the universe uses to talk to us.
Author and clinical practitioner Abdi Assadi and I discuss the role of the shadow in spiritual work, and how your dark side can f*ck you up if you're not careful. This was a tremendous, enlightening and healing conversation.
Pam Grossman (Phantasmaphile, Waking the Witch) stops by the podcast to discuss her work shining a spotlight on how the archetype of the witch has emerged into public consciousness, and can be a potent symbol for inspiring and empowering women.
Aki Cederberg, author of 'Journeys in the Kali Yuga', stops by to talk about his travels with the Naga Babas of India, and his quest to resurrect the sacred traditions of Europe in defiance of the crushing weight of the Kali Yuga.