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Talking occultism, psi, history and culture. Coming to you from sunny west London!

Latest Episodes

Talking Dionysian Mystery Cults | Peter Mark Adams

EAuthor and researcher, Peter Mark Adams, returns to the show this week to discuss his latest book, Mystai. Along the way we talk orphism, mystery traditions, visuality and the shortcomings of materialist archaeology. Show Notes Get Mystai: Dancing Out The Mysteries of Dionysus. Attend the launch of Mystai at Treadwell's in London on October 19th. Peter's website. Peter on Twitter.

68 MIN5 d ago
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Talking Dionysian Mystery Cults | Peter Mark Adams

Utopian Utopiain't - Imaginal Response Ability | Solo Show

EThis month's solo show returns to the notion of utopia and our imaginal-relational opportunities. Stay with that trouble, kids. Show Notes The Donna Haraway documentary, Story Telling For Earthly Survival. David Graeber's essay, Hope in Common.

48 MIN1 w ago
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Utopian Utopiain't - Imaginal Response Ability | Solo Show

Talking Tarot and Astrology | Camelia Elias

ECamelia Elias makes a very welcome return to the show this week, on the occasion of the launch of two new books,What is Not: Marseille Tarot à La CarteandDivination with Cards: A Short History. We also talk about meaning versus function, meaning in astrology and new ways to approach all the interpretive arts. An absolutely fantastic show. It's good to be back! Show Notes Get What is Not: Marseille Tarot à La Cartehere. GetDivination with Cards: A Short History here. Join the Lenormand Foundation Class here. Camelia's blog, Taroflexions. (Specifically, a classic post describing her method.) Camelia's column on Patheos. Camelia on Twitter. Camelia on Instagram.

77 MIN2 w ago
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Talking Tarot and Astrology | Camelia Elias

Talking Heliogabalus Or The Crowned Anarchist | Stephen Barber

EThis week, novelist, non-ficition author and professor of art and film, Stephe Barber, joins us to talk about about Heliogabalus or The Crowned Anarchist. Fully translated into English for the first time, this remarkable little book was written by avant garde theatre visionary, Antonin Artaud, and is ostensibly based on the two year reign of a teenage emperor that history records as little more than an orgy of sex and violence. However it is also Artaud exploring power, and magic, and spectacle, and mythology, and how one tells history and why. Really good stuff. Really good, indeed. Show Notes Get Heliogabalus or The Crowned Anarchist. Video primer on Artaud's impact on theatre.

72 MINAUG 16
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Talking Heliogabalus Or The Crowned Anarchist | Stephen Barber

The Book of Life | Solo Show

EIn the July solo show, we look at the possibly bright future of the novel and what thriving independent expression might look like in an era of endless reboots and comic book films. The only show notes this week is a short film from the featured musician at the end.

32 MINJUL 31
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The Book of Life | Solo Show

Talking Backwoods Witchcraft | Jake Richards

EThis week we are speaking with Appalachian conjure doctor, Jake Richards. Jake is the author of the recently released Backwoods Witchcraft. We talk family lineages, magical landscapes, tending family graveyards, witchcraft initiations and all things Appalachian folklore. Great stuff. Show Notes Backwoods Witchcraft: Conjure and Folk Magic from Appalachia. Jake's blog. Jake on Twitter. Jake on Instagram. Jake on Facebook.

64 MINJUL 25
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Talking Backwoods Witchcraft | Jake Richards

Talking Creativity and Place | Zola Jesus

EThis week, we welcome to the show, producer singer songwriter, Nika Danilova, aka Zola Jesus. Nika has released five albums over the last decade or so and in 2017 moved back onto family land in Wisconsin and built a cabin in the woods. She also played Dark Mofo down here in Tasmania last year so we have some overlaps or similarities that led to a really fruitful discussion about creativity and place in a post-materialist context. We also talk cities as habitats, structured and unstructured creation, and the role of visual presentation. Excellent stuff! Show Notes Nika's website, zolajesus.com. Zola Jesus on Twitter. Zola Jesus on Patreon. Zola Jesus on Instagram.

66 MINJUL 18
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Talking Creativity and Place | Zola Jesus

Talking Brazen Vessel | Scarlet Imprint

EThe amazing Alkistis Dimech and Peter Grey return to the show on the occasion of their latest Scarlet Imprint release, Brazen Vessel. This new book is a collection of both of their writings on witchcraft, Lucifer, the grimoires, embodiment and Babalon. And those are the subjects of our discussion. Enjoy! Show Notes Buy Brazen Vessel. Scarlet Imprint. Scarlet Imprint on Twitter. Scarlet Imprint on Instagram. Alkistis on Twitter. Alkistis on Instagram. Alkistis's website. Video from the book launch at Treadwell's in London.

65 MINJUL 10
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Talking Brazen Vessel | Scarlet Imprint

Talking Desire and Embodiment | Langston Kahn

EThis week we welcome back to the show the only and only Langston Kahn. Langston is a shamanic practitioner based out of New York. He joins us to explore the overlapping subjects of desire, embodiment and the shadow. An excellent chat! Show Notes The Metaphysics of Desire - Langston and my 3-day workshop in New York in September. Langston's website and newsletter.

70 MINJUL 4
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Talking Desire and Embodiment | Langston Kahn

Talking Astrology in H2 2019 | Austin Coppock

EIs it the end of H1 already? Why, yes. Yes it is. And that can only mean one thing! Astrologer in residence, Austin Coppock, returns to talk us through what the sky has in store for us for the second half of 2019. Essential listening. Show Notes Austin's website. Austin's Patreon. Austin on Twitter.

93 MINJUN 27
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Talking Astrology in H2 2019 | Austin Coppock

Latest Episodes

Talking Dionysian Mystery Cults | Peter Mark Adams

EAuthor and researcher, Peter Mark Adams, returns to the show this week to discuss his latest book, Mystai. Along the way we talk orphism, mystery traditions, visuality and the shortcomings of materialist archaeology. Show Notes Get Mystai: Dancing Out The Mysteries of Dionysus. Attend the launch of Mystai at Treadwell's in London on October 19th. Peter's website. Peter on Twitter.

68 MIN5 d ago
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Talking Dionysian Mystery Cults | Peter Mark Adams

Utopian Utopiain't - Imaginal Response Ability | Solo Show

EThis month's solo show returns to the notion of utopia and our imaginal-relational opportunities. Stay with that trouble, kids. Show Notes The Donna Haraway documentary, Story Telling For Earthly Survival. David Graeber's essay, Hope in Common.

48 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Utopian Utopiain't - Imaginal Response Ability | Solo Show

Talking Tarot and Astrology | Camelia Elias

ECamelia Elias makes a very welcome return to the show this week, on the occasion of the launch of two new books,What is Not: Marseille Tarot à La CarteandDivination with Cards: A Short History. We also talk about meaning versus function, meaning in astrology and new ways to approach all the interpretive arts. An absolutely fantastic show. It's good to be back! Show Notes Get What is Not: Marseille Tarot à La Cartehere. GetDivination with Cards: A Short History here. Join the Lenormand Foundation Class here. Camelia's blog, Taroflexions. (Specifically, a classic post describing her method.) Camelia's column on Patheos. Camelia on Twitter. Camelia on Instagram.

77 MIN2 w ago
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Talking Tarot and Astrology | Camelia Elias

Talking Heliogabalus Or The Crowned Anarchist | Stephen Barber

EThis week, novelist, non-ficition author and professor of art and film, Stephe Barber, joins us to talk about about Heliogabalus or The Crowned Anarchist. Fully translated into English for the first time, this remarkable little book was written by avant garde theatre visionary, Antonin Artaud, and is ostensibly based on the two year reign of a teenage emperor that history records as little more than an orgy of sex and violence. However it is also Artaud exploring power, and magic, and spectacle, and mythology, and how one tells history and why. Really good stuff. Really good, indeed. Show Notes Get Heliogabalus or The Crowned Anarchist. Video primer on Artaud's impact on theatre.

72 MINAUG 16
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Talking Heliogabalus Or The Crowned Anarchist | Stephen Barber

The Book of Life | Solo Show

EIn the July solo show, we look at the possibly bright future of the novel and what thriving independent expression might look like in an era of endless reboots and comic book films. The only show notes this week is a short film from the featured musician at the end.

32 MINJUL 31
Comments
The Book of Life | Solo Show

Talking Backwoods Witchcraft | Jake Richards

EThis week we are speaking with Appalachian conjure doctor, Jake Richards. Jake is the author of the recently released Backwoods Witchcraft. We talk family lineages, magical landscapes, tending family graveyards, witchcraft initiations and all things Appalachian folklore. Great stuff. Show Notes Backwoods Witchcraft: Conjure and Folk Magic from Appalachia. Jake's blog. Jake on Twitter. Jake on Instagram. Jake on Facebook.

64 MINJUL 25
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Talking Backwoods Witchcraft | Jake Richards

Talking Creativity and Place | Zola Jesus

EThis week, we welcome to the show, producer singer songwriter, Nika Danilova, aka Zola Jesus. Nika has released five albums over the last decade or so and in 2017 moved back onto family land in Wisconsin and built a cabin in the woods. She also played Dark Mofo down here in Tasmania last year so we have some overlaps or similarities that led to a really fruitful discussion about creativity and place in a post-materialist context. We also talk cities as habitats, structured and unstructured creation, and the role of visual presentation. Excellent stuff! Show Notes Nika's website, zolajesus.com. Zola Jesus on Twitter. Zola Jesus on Patreon. Zola Jesus on Instagram.

66 MINJUL 18
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Talking Creativity and Place | Zola Jesus

Talking Brazen Vessel | Scarlet Imprint

EThe amazing Alkistis Dimech and Peter Grey return to the show on the occasion of their latest Scarlet Imprint release, Brazen Vessel. This new book is a collection of both of their writings on witchcraft, Lucifer, the grimoires, embodiment and Babalon. And those are the subjects of our discussion. Enjoy! Show Notes Buy Brazen Vessel. Scarlet Imprint. Scarlet Imprint on Twitter. Scarlet Imprint on Instagram. Alkistis on Twitter. Alkistis on Instagram. Alkistis's website. Video from the book launch at Treadwell's in London.

65 MINJUL 10
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Talking Brazen Vessel | Scarlet Imprint

Talking Desire and Embodiment | Langston Kahn

EThis week we welcome back to the show the only and only Langston Kahn. Langston is a shamanic practitioner based out of New York. He joins us to explore the overlapping subjects of desire, embodiment and the shadow. An excellent chat! Show Notes The Metaphysics of Desire - Langston and my 3-day workshop in New York in September. Langston's website and newsletter.

70 MINJUL 4
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Talking Desire and Embodiment | Langston Kahn

Talking Astrology in H2 2019 | Austin Coppock

EIs it the end of H1 already? Why, yes. Yes it is. And that can only mean one thing! Astrologer in residence, Austin Coppock, returns to talk us through what the sky has in store for us for the second half of 2019. Essential listening. Show Notes Austin's website. Austin's Patreon. Austin on Twitter.

93 MINJUN 27
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Talking Astrology in H2 2019 | Austin Coppock