Carl Abrahamsson is back in the house for the second time to talk art, sexuality, counterculture, psychoanalysis & more.
What better way to honor this 93rd episode than by talking about the life and work of Aleister Crowley with Dr. Richard Kaczynski.
George Pendle, author of the book Strange Angel: The Otherworldly Life of John Whiteside Parsons, is in the house to talk Jack, California, magick, pulp fiction & rocket science.
Joe Atwill is in the house to talk about his work on typology and weaponized anthropology, which focuses on the crucial fiction known as the New Testament.
Jasun Horsley is in the house to talk about his book Prisoner of Infinity: UFOs, Social Engineering & the Psychology of Fragmentation, one of the more interesting pieces of research I’ve read since I’ve started doing this.
Gary Lachman has brought his imagination to the house party, and we’ll be chatting a bit about two of his recent books: Lost Knowledge of the Imagination and Dark Star Rising: Magick and Power in the Age of Trump.
Greg Kaminsky is in the house to dig into one of my favorite topics and talk about one of my favorite dudes to ever do this damn thing: Giovanni Pico della Mirandola.
Blogger Recluse is in the house to tell us a story that brings together the church’s historical interest in the occult, population control and political subversion. It is, as Recluse has labeled it, a strange and terrible journey into the heart of the deep state.
Nick Redfern makes his way into the house for the first time to talk Slenderman.