Tag: occult

EP 29 – Dan Attrell on the Picatrix

In this episode, I chat with Dan Attrell about the Picatrix. Dan runs the Modern Hermeticist website and is @ModernHermetics on Twitter. He is a brilliant fellow with just the right mix of nerd cred to make him a fitting guest for this podcast. Recently, he was part of a team that finished a new… Read more »

Guest Appearance on Cruzin’ With Steak

Back in March, Erik was interviewed on Cruzin’ With Steak, a podcast that’s kind of like this one, in that it’s mostly informal conversations about lots of crazy stuff. Lots of crazy stuff. The interview starts at 00:30:44. It’s pretty fun. Have a listen!

Guest Appearance on Nox Mente

Recently Erik was a guest on the Nox Mente podcast, where he was interviewed about his dreams and a bunch of other stuff. This is a long and weird conversation and I think you guys will really enjoy it. Here’s the YouTube version if you’re so inclined.

EP E07 – The Magician Longs to See – Twin Peaks Tarot

In this solo episode, Erik reviews “The Magician Longs to See” Twin Peaks Tarot deck. This is our first episode in quite a while but we will be back soon! In the meantime, enjoy these show notes and links and hang in there. The Beer Erik reviews Abominable Winter Ale from Hopworks Urban Brewery. Links… Read more »

Episode 11 – Reverse Interview with Aaron Epperson

In this episode, Aaron Epperson interviews Matt and Erik. Oh, and we are joined by Nate Neff! It is a magical experience filled with interesting questions. By the way, since Joey missed this episode, he owes Aaron a 6-pack of beer. PBR, of course. Also, please note that this is not a Masonic podcast.

Episode 06 – Joey and Erik on Sex Magic

Oh jeeze, talking about sex on the Internet! We all knew it would come to this eventually. You know what this means? This episode is filled with awkward silences for your amusement!

Episode E03 – Twin Peaks and Crystal Balls

Another solo Erik episode! In this episode, I talk about my impression of the first four episodes of Twin Peaks: The Return. Also, enjoy a song from my younger brother, Nick Arneson!