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Rune Soup

A weekly podcast about magic, culture and the paranormal. Coming to you from the foothills of Australia's Blue Mountains.
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Welcome to the Rune Soup weekly podcast! Find the site at runesoup.com.

Feb 21, 2018

This week, we are speaking to visionary artist and tarot historian Robert M Place. Robert is an author and the creator of several of the most exciting decks in recent times, including a personal favourite of mine, The Alchemical Tarot.

We talk dreams, symbolism, Neoplatonism, and the story of these funny little pieces of paper and their impact on the world.

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Feb 14, 2018

This week we welcome back to the show Chiron Armand.

Khi is a currently travelling shamanic practitioner usually based out of New York.

He joins us today for a wide ranging chat covering Wetiko and how to get our heads around it, matching meaning and experience, soul retrieval and mediumship.

Good times.

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Feb 7, 2018

This week we are stretching the tin can telephone cable as far as it can stretch, from southern Tasmania all the way to Svalbard in the Arctic circle. Our guest is Al Borealis, creator and host of Forum Borealis and our topic is the state of alternate research in 2018.

We discuss Antarctica, breakaway civilisations, the secret space programme, disinformation, missing money and the Nazi International.

Good times.

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Jan 31, 2018

This week, we are joined from Sri Lanka by Dr Chandra Wickramasinghe. Dr Wickramasinge’s astronomy and astrobiology career stretching over many decades has taken him all over the world.

He has worked with, published with and befriended some of the twentieth century’s leading space thinkers including the legendary Sir Fred Hoyle and Arthur C. Clarke.

He joins us today to talk about panspermia, evolution and the origins of life on earth.

Extremely good times.

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Jan 24, 2018

This week we welcome back to the show Langston Kahn.

I met Langston in London in 2016 and was immediately impressed with his sincerity in using magical and shamanic techniques for compassionate ends in a contemporary setting.

And as this is the final show for January in which we wind up our series on getting one’s head in the game for what is going to be an intense year, it struck me that there was probably no one better to pull a lot of these threads together for us.

We discuss grounding, energy hygiene, boundary management, some more advanced journeying techniques and a whole lot more.

Top stuff.

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Jan 17, 2018

This week we welcome worldwide bestselling author and researcher, Lynne McTaggart, to talk to us about her latest book, The Power of Eight.

We cover:

  • The how's and why's of group intention.
  • The scientifically observable impact on oneself when praying for others.
  • An optimal structure for groups.
  • The philosophical implications of the research Lynne has conducted and presented.

A truly excellent and enlightening discussion!

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Jan 11, 2018

Due to a string of low probability events -both positive and negative- we're activating an emergency solo show this week.

The topic is cycles, cycle models, where and how they align in 2018. As it is a solo show, there are no show notes, but you may wish to read Austin's 2018 report for context.

Jan 2, 2018

Starting 2018 off with a bang. The first guest of the year is none other than Dr Rupert Sheldrake. Dr Sheldrake joins us to talk about his latest book, Science and Spiritual Practices, which is already available to you lucky people in the UK, and will be out later in the year if you live outside the UK.

A fantastic chat, unsurprisingly.

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Dec 27, 2017

For the final show of 2017, we welcome back the one and Conner Habib for a thrilling chat on seeing through the lunacy and restrictions of official reality, opening up a new politics, and how to manifest your best possible year.

Great stuff.

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Dec 13, 2017

This week we welcome back a very special regular guest for a very special recurring feature.

The one and only Austin Coppock gives us an end-of-2017 report as well as a peek through what I assume is an ornate, steampunk telescope of what is coming up in 2018.

Good times, as ever.

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Dec 6, 2017

This week we speak with the one and only Tobias Churton about his latest Crowley book, Aleister Crowley in America.

We discuss his New York experience, mountain climbing in Mexico, to what extent he was working for British Intelligence, his curious UFO incident in New Hampshire and a whole lot more.

A splendid discussion with one of my favourite authors. Enjoy.

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Nov 30, 2017

Another solo show this week. (Sort of.)

There's some further elaboration required on some of the notions skimmed in the Thanksgiving episode, plus some real talk on what is to be done.

We return to normal programming for the rest of the year, but -like the Double Talking episodes- this is in danger of becoming a sporadic new format!

And as it is just me, there are no show notes. Although you'll find a companion video at runesoup.com.

Nov 22, 2017

A solo show this week.

Just me, talking about history and how we think with the past when it no longer matches up to our expectations of the present.

Big shout out to all our American cousins doing exactly this under the challenging conditions of a competitive eating environment.

Nov 15, 2017

Paul Weston on the mic this week. Paul is an author and lecturer based in Glastonbury, and one that I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with in the flesh multiple times.

Today he joins us to talk about synchromystic creative journeys, psychogeography, mermaid goddesses, ancient Egyptian spirits and the works of Kenneth Grant.

Story time!

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Nov 8, 2017

This week we welcome Dr Richard Miller. Dr Miller is a radio host, former advisor on the Presidents Commission on Mental Health and founding board member of the Gestalt Institute.

He has been a clinical psychologist for over fifty years and has been on faculty at the University of Michigan and at Stanford University.

He joins us today to talk about the history and status of psychedelic medicine.

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Nov 1, 2017

This week, Peter and Alkistis of Scarlet Imprint return for their now-traditional 'state of the magical world' address.

We talk trends in occultism and culture, the impact of Sola Busca and the looming return of the Djinn.

Good times.

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Oct 25, 2017

This week we are joined by master herbalist, ritual artist and educator, Catamara Rosarium. Catamara is the proprietor of Rosarium Blends and the co-founder of the Viridis Genii conference.

We talk plant magic, astrological timing, weeds, psychedelics and growing a poison garden. Great stuff.

 

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Oct 18, 2017

This week the amazing José Leitão returns to the show to update us on his Ninth-Gate-style Cyprian quest across Portugal and to talk to us about his latest book, Bibliotheca Valencia, out from Hadean Press.

We chat about perpetual almanacs, magical bestiaries and the impact of culture and context on praxis. Great stuff.

 

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Oct 11, 2017

This week we are speaking to Ivy Bromius. Ivy is a magician, tarot reader and writer with a specialism in project management. She writes about the how and why of where these topics blend at Circle Thrice and that is also what she joins us today to discuss.

Along the way we also talk haunted mirrors, UFO sightings, desert fairies and where magic and careers overlap.

Great stuff.

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Oct 4, 2017

This week, we are speaking with Danny Nemu. Danny is a writer, presenter  and researcher in the fields of psychedelics and the history of science.

We cover ayahuasca, the shortcomings of double-blind experiments, drugs in the Bible and flesh-eating bacteria. Also other things, obviously. Great stuff!

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Sep 28, 2017

Another double-talking episode this week. Sarah and Juniper talk us through plant allies, entheogens, journeying and just generally interacting with the non-human world in a neighbourly fashion.

There's also some great ritual advice for solo and group praxis. Fantastic stuff.

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Sep 20, 2017

This week we are speaking with the luminously bright Sam Block. Sam is a blogger, magician and geomancer. We talk divination, spirits, Greek Magical Papyri and -as you might expect- geomancy.

Very good times.

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Sep 13, 2017

This week we are speaking to my good friend and the internet’s master of conspiramonies, Greg Carlwood. As you are no doubt aware, Greg is the prolific and thoughtful host of The Higherside Chats. In a thematic follow up to last week’s show on Gnosticism, it seems useful to explore how we map and respond to the known and unknown in our world.

And so that’s what we are going to do. Enjoy.

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Sep 6, 2017

This week we are taking the new format out for another spin by welcoming back two popular previous guests, Miguel Conner and Chris Knowles, to double talk the most contemporary of ancient philosophies -Gnosticism- and whether or not we live in the most gnostic of times.

So. Good.

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Aug 30, 2017

This week we are speaking with Dr Francis Young. Dr Young is an historian, author and translator, hailing from and with a particular interest in East Anglia. He joins us today to speak principally about the history of exorcism and his book, A History of Exorcism in Catholic Christianity.

Good stuff.

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