This was an idea presented by Roejen of Project Archivist. He wanted to know, with more and more people getting into Magick and such, who were also Christian, how people worked those things together. Is there a contradiction in beliefs? Are they compatible? We are joined by Aaron David of Charm the Water, and Michael M Hughes. There is also a second show from this night for Patreons on Magick and Altered States.
Outro Song is Left Hand Path by RADII.
I am joined here by Joshua Cutchin and Aaron David (of the Charm the Water Podcast) as we discuss the implications of Immortality. This story posted originally by Coast to Coast's George Knapp got me thinking about the subject, and as easy as it is to say that most of us would like to live forever, the consequences are huge, both for ourselves, and society. What would become of us in a world where few of us die. And would that ever be the case, would the ruling elite keep such a thing for themselves? We address all this and more. Spiritual and Real World consequences of Immortality!
Outro Music is by Inviolate, the title track from their album, "Feast of Ashes".
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A listener, and I believe a Patreon, had asked if we could do a show talking about Magick. It's something we reference a lot, but take for granted that people know about. So, I brought together Michael M. Hughes and Aaron David, who have both had much experience with the subject, as well as myself, and Adam Sayne, who is not so experienced, to keep us grounded. I hope this is as interesting to everyone as it was to us!
End song is by RADII, Left Hand Path.
In this Roundtable show, I am joined by Joshua Cutchin, Red Pill Junkie, and Aaron David. We start out with the theory of Phantom Time, that we are actually missing a few hundred years from our calendar. Then we move onto Dreams, ideas of multiple probably universes, and the internal / external existence of spirits.
Outro Music is "Quebec City" by Sleeping Bulls. You can find them on Facebook.
I am joined by Joshua Cutchin, Aaron David of the Charm the Water podcast, and Adam Sayne of Conspirinormal, and we follow up the show on Exorcism and Demons, then move into Magick and summoning, religion, Consciousness, Synchronicity... and even The Walking Dead. Truly all over the road.
Ending Music by Eliza Rickman, "Maker of My Sorrow"