In this episode, Erik is joined by Andrew B. Watt of Wanderings in the Labrynth. They discuss textile arts, such as sewing and weaving, and how those intersect with ritual magic, enchantment, and the creation of talismans. Andrew also wrote the Neo-Orphic Hymns, a set of planetary prayers inspired by Thomas Taylor’s translations of the… Read more »
Welcome back, Scott Gosnell! Scott was our guest way back in episode 18, where we mainly focused on his translations of Giordano Bruno’s works. In this episode we touch on that material again, but we really get into a wide variety of topics revolving around free will, enlightenment, imagination, the default and executive networks, hallucinogens,… Read more »
This episode finds Matt, Joey, and Erik camping on the Hoh River in the Olympic Rainforest. As the sun goes down, join our hosts around the campfire and discuss backpacking, philosophy, materialism, meditation, the great outdoors, and other great subjects. We eat beef jerky, drink river water, and build chairs in the wilderness. Location This… Read more »
Happy birthday, Matt! Erik went to visit Matt over his birthday weekend, and we celebrated with brewery visits, beer tasting, hiking in the woods, and a good old philosophical discussion. In this episode, please join us as we go on a long adventure around Gig Harbor, Tacoma, and Olympia, discussing the differences between monism and… Read more »
Joey and Erik interview themselves with the help of Nathan Neff, the Master of Esoterika Lodge № 227, Ancient Free & Accepted Masons of Oregon.
This is part 2 of our interview with C.R. “Chuck” Dunning, Jr., author of “Contemplative Masonry: Basic Applications of Mindfulness, Meditation, and Imagery for the Craft.”
Finally, our first guest! In this episode, all three of us interview C.R. “Chuck” Dunning, Jr., author of “Contemplative Masonry: Basic Applications of Mindfulness, Meditation, and Imagery for the Craft.”
Bad Lessons in Great Magic In this episode, we start talking about the limits of our occult knowledge, beginning with how little we know about Kabbalah!