Peter Bebergal has written maybe the coolest book you’ll read this year. Actually there’s no maybe about it. It’s the coolest. It’s called Strange Frequencies: The Extraordinary Story of the Technological Quest for the Supernatural. He’s in the house to chat all about it.
In a RAW bonus episode, Michael Wann is in the house to break down a more occulted layer of what the recent Kavanaugh-Ford story represents, a connection to the recent UFC fight between Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov, as well as Kanye West, SNL, Donald Trump and pro wrestling.
Dr. Al Cummins is in the house to chat about some of the forbidden arts, as they were known during the Renaissance:
It’s the first of October so you know what that means. It’s time to get a bit spooky. And who better to get spooky with than Tracy Twyman. Talking AI takeover, censorship, Snow Crash & the Tower of Babel. BOO WEE!
Our guest this time around takes the Shakespeare authorship mystery and turns it up to 11. His name is Alan Green, and he’s worked for the past 15 years trying to solve not only who was Shakespeare, but what was Shakespeare.
If you’re like me and you’re a fan of short stories, detective fiction and the occult, then a book like The Weiser Book of Occult Detectives is something you rush to pick up at the old brick-and-mortar. So imagine my delight when that exact book arrived unexpectedly on my doorstep one day. And imagine my further delight to see Judika Illes’ name on the front cover.
Aidan Wachter is a talismanic jewelry maker and author of the recently released “Six Ways: Approaches & Entries for Practical Magick”, which is the basis for our conversation here.
Alan Brunton is the founder & CEO of a startup called Cymatrax, which is planning to launch an app that scrubs white noise & bad frequencies from audio files & replaces them with better frequencies.
You couldn't ask for a more dynamic personality to be in the house than Dr. Amy Hale, whose work on British Surrealist and esotericist Ithell Colquhoun is the foundation for our conversation here.