This week we speak to the one and only Jake Stratton-Kent. Author, researcher, grimoire specialist, raconteur... a man of many hats. (He also has some nice hats.)
Topics of discussion include the state of the world, the benefits of an apocalypse, itinerant magic, the origins of Goetia and the personalities of the grimoirists.
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This week we speak to the dynamic duo behind Hadean Press, one of the leading lights of this occult publishing renaissance.
We discuss haunted dolls, ultraterrestrials, boiling pins to curse your neighbours. Jason Miller’s parties, doing battle in the french countryside, getting vigorously Cyprianed and a whole lot more.
I have been looking forward to today's episode for a long time. As you know, José's work has featured in two of my own books and his The Book of St Cyprian: The Sorcerer's Treasure really kicked my own practice up a notch when it came out.
We talk mythology, the difference between magic and mysticism, St Cyprian, folk Catholicism, cultural identity… and were-donkeys.
Very good times.
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This week we talk to author and musician, Joshua Cutchin, about the role of food in spirit and UFO phenomena.
We also talk Jazz, the South, alien pancakes, faery food taboos, plant spirits, offerings protocols and research advice.