This week we welcome Jason Louv to the show. Jason is an occultist, author and journalist. He joins us today to talk about his latest book, John Dee and the Empire of Angels.
Along the way we cover the prevalence of magic in Elizabethan England, the influence of Enochian on the story of western ritual magic and the role of the extradimensional in world politics.
Another solo show this week, and -fair warning- an intense one. But we need to talk about antiwar strategies as the war cycle continues its uptrend.
Open up those liquor cabinets.
Dr Dean Radin joins us once again this week to talk about a topic near and dear to all our hearts, which also happens to be the title of his latest book: Real Magic.
We cover NDE evidence, how one might conduct experiments to demonstrate the reality of spirits, strengths and shortcomings of scientific epistemology, tea, chocolate and goats.
Great stuff. Do yourself a favour and check out the book.
The X-Files is, once again, over for good probably.
Who better to unpack -and possibly redeem- the significance of the final series and stitch the whole corpus together than the syncosphere's x-iest polymath, Chris Knowles of The Secret Sun?
Note: If you've not finished season 11, this show is pretty much 90 minutes of spoilers. If you have, it is 90 minutes of redeemers. Adjust accordingly.