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Jasun Horsley – Stormers of Heaven: Enlightenment or Oblivion?

November 9, 2019

Part two with Jasun Horsley discussing his book Prisoner of Infinity – UFOs, Social Engineering, and the Psychology of Fragmentation. Part one is here.

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In this second session, we delve further into the depths that lie beneath the surface of culture and society. Seething with secret agendas, mind control, and mass manipulation, its hidden realms may hold secret knowledge for transformation and transcendence on paths to enlightenment, or oblivion. Where physics meets psyche, forces seen and unseen – some of them human – conspire toward ends which often as not appear beyond conscious comprehension. A quest for wholeness, communion with the creator, the truth of the ultimate nature of reality, or something far more mysterious… we simply cannot say. But the questions remain. What is the agenda? Who – or what – are they? What part do we play?

Previous interview with Jasun Horsley:
Sex, Occultism and Social Engineering

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Klaus Schulze ‘Witness And Wait’

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Mitch Horowitz – How Thoughts Become Reality

September 28, 2019

Mitch Horowitz discusses his book ‘The Miracle Club – How Thoughts Become Reality’. Following in the footsteps of a little-known group of esoteric seekers from the late 19th Century who called themselves ‘the Miracle Club’, Mitch Horowitz shows that the spiritual wish fulfilment practices known as the Law of Attraction, Positive Thinking, ‘The Secret’, and the Science of Getting Rich actually work. Weaving these ideas together into a concise, clear formula, with real-life examples of success, he reveals how your thoughts can impact reality and make things happen.

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Brian Keating – Imagining the Impossible

September 18, 2019

Brian Keating, author of ‘Losing the Nobel Prize: A Story of Cosmology, Ambition, and the Perils of Science’s Highest Honor’, discusses the role of imagination and creativity in shaping the world around us and our future. As perhaps the most curious species on Earth, from the very beginning we have been driven to probe the mysteries of our planet, uncover its inner workings, and use this knowledge for our benefit. From this quest grew the many branches of human knowledge and expression, including science, religion, and art. But the commercialisation of science and art and the marginalisation of spirituality has led to a myopic, materialistic view of what can and what should be done in wider society, a situation exacerbated by the mainstream education system which churns out specialists or drone workers, often for jobs that are rapidly disappearing or already gone.

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Erik Davis – High Weirdness: Drugs, Esoterica, and Visionary Experience in the Seventies

September 4, 2019

Erik Davis discusses his book ‘High Weirdness – Drugs, Esoterica, and Visionary Experience in the Seventies’. A study of the spiritual provocations to be found in the work of Terence McKenna, Robert Anton Wilson and Philip K. Dick, ‘High Weirdness’ charts the emergence of a new psychedelic spirituality that arose from the American counterculture of the 1970s. These three authors changed the way millions of readers thought, dreamed, and experienced reality, but how did their writings reflect, as well as shape, the seismic cultural shifts taking place in America?

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Dean Radin – Real Magic: The Secret Power of the Universe

August 27, 2019

Dean Radin discusses his book ‘Real Magic – Ancient Wisdom, Modern Science, and a Guide to the Secret Power of the Universe’. The principles that form the scientific materialist world-view assert that everything can be understood like the gears of a clock, and that events unfold forward in time in a strictly orderly fashion. They tell us that everything can be described with real properties that exist in ordinary space and time and that everything, including mind and consciousness, consists of matter and energy. It makes no sense to call anything ‘spiritual’, ‘non-physical’ or ‘immaterial’. We are told that everything is made up of a hierarchy of ever-smaller objects, with subatomic particles at the bottom.

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Bernie Taylor – Are We Alone in the Cosmos?

August 20, 2019

Bernie Taylor asks Are We Alone in the Cosmos? Human self-awareness and contemplation of past, present, and future appear to make us unique among life on Earth and within its solar system. But are we unique within the wider galaxy or even the entire universe? The Drake Equation suggests that the cosmos should be teeming with intelligent life, so why have we yet to make contact? While there are plenty of anecdotal accounts of alien encounters, no concrete evidence truly open to public scrutiny has yet emerged.

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Thomas Sheridan – Haunted Pasts and Lost Futures Part Two

August 7, 2019

Thomas Sheridan discusses hauntology and cult pop culture of the past. In bis book ‘Ghosts of My Life’, Mark Fisher defined hauntology as “music and culture that draws from and examines a sense of loss of a post war utopian progressive modernist future that was never quite reached.” The 1970s was a decade rich with hauntological themes, many of which stemmed from both the promise and the threat of the post-war world, and later continued to be felt well into the 1980s.

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Thomas Sheridan – Haunted Pasts and Lost Futures Part One

August 4, 2019

Thomas Sheridan discusses hauntology and cult pop culture of the past. In bis book ‘Ghosts of My Life’, Mark Fisher defined hauntology as “music and culture that draws from and examines a sense of loss of a post war utopian progressive modernist future that was never quite reached.” The 1970s was a decade rich with hauntological themes, many of which stemmed from both the promise and the threat of the post-war world, and later continued to be felt well into the 1980s.

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Jasun Horsley – UFOs, Trauma, and Hacking the Human Psyche

July 19, 2019

Jasun Horsley discusses his book ‘Prisoner of Infinity – UFOs, Social Engineering, and the Psychology of Fragmentation’. ‘Prisoner of Infinity’ examines modern-day accounts of UFOs, alien abductions, and psychism to uncover a century-long program of psychological fragmentation, collective indoctrination, and covert cultural, social, and mythic engineering. Whether it is the forces of God, government, aliens from outer (or inner) space, or the incalculable effects of childhood sexual trauma on the human psyche, premature contact with these forces compels us to create ‘crucial fictions’. Such semi-coherent mythic narratives make partial sense out of our experience, but in the process turn us into the unreliable narrators of our own lives.

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Ian Hughes – Disordered Minds: Politics and Psychopaths

July 1, 2019

Ian Hughes discusses his book ‘Disordered Minds: How Dangerous Personalities Are Destroying Democracy’. Of all the personality disorders recognised by psychiatrists, only three pose a very real danger to society. The influence of psychopaths and those with narcissistic and paranoid personality disorders is seen every day: in bullying in schools and workplaces, in violence against women and children in their homes, in random assault and murder, in international criminal networks, in corporate fraud and corruption, and in decisions made every day by leaders around the world who put their own power ahead of the common good. Their malign influence is also evident in times of war, revolution, and societal breakdown when they are given free reign to express their destructive natures.

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