This week we are speaking to investigative journalist, writer and producer Leslie Kean. Leslie is the author of UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go on the Record and the recently released Surviving Death: A Journalist Investigates Evidence for an Afterlife.
It's a fantastic discussion. Leslie's latest book is likely the best assembly of the many facets of After-Death research yet published -covering children's past life memories, physical mediumship, End of Life encounters and a whole lot more.
This week we are speaking to Lucy AitkenRead.
Lucy is a writer, video blogger and off-grid homesteader. She is the author of several books, including 30 days of Rewilding and is the first guest to record an episode of the podcast from inside a yurt!
This week we speak to Rosalee de la Forêt. Rosalee is an educator, clinical herbalist and structural medicine specialist. She is the author of the recently released book, Alchemy of Herbs.
We talk ethnobotany, her own journey from chronic condition to wellness, what herbalism is and how it relates to food, drinking, etc.
And then we also get some free advice for allergy season in the Northern Hemisphere and cold/flu advice for the Southern.
Good, delicious times.
This week we speak to Peter Mark Adams about his amazing new book, The Game of Saturn.
Recently released by Scarlet Imprint, The Game of Saturn walks us through the origin and meaning of the oldest 'tarot-ish' deck in the world, the Sola Busca card deck.
Peter talks us through the story of the emergence of these cards within an ascendant Northern Italy both exploring and putting to nefarious use its recently-acquired Byzantine magical inheritance.
The thesis is astonishing, the book is amazing, the conversation is scintillating.