This week, we welcome back to the show author and researcher, Joshua Cutchin.
Josh's last three books -including his most recent, Thieves in the Night, explore under-examined categories of evidence for the range of phenomena uneasily labelled 'paranormal'.
Who better, then, to pick over Skinwalkers, abductions and the thorny issue of what constitutes evidence in the first place?
This week, we welcome hereditary witch, tarot creator and new Huon Valley neighbour, Avalon Cameron, onto the actual farm for a face to face chat.
Our wide-ranging discussion explores growing up both weird and Brazilian in regional Australia, the goods and the bads of living off-grid and what to do with over 3,000 tarot decks when downsizing into a tiny house.
Very good times!
This week, Dr Becca Tarnas returns to the show to discuss two of my very favourite things: Imaginal Journeying -including some really useful practical advice on Active Imagination- and The Lord of the Rings.
Why it was written, how it was written, and what even am Middle Earth.
Extremely good times. Enjoy!
This week, in an ever so slightly delayed show, we have an ever so slightly brilliant guest, Dr Amba J Sepie.
I first encountered Dr Sepie’s work in Damned Facts, which is a Charles-Fort inspired collection of essays by academics who are exploring or confronting the broadly Fortean, edited by another previous guest, Dr Jack Hunter.
We talk about navigating the academy's shortcomings, better ways of thinking with the broadly paranormal and participating in indigenous modes in a non-appropriative way.