Episode 119: terra incognita

In this episode my guest is Rak Razam who is the world’s leading ‘experiential’ journalist, writing about, and helping shape, the emergence of a new cultural paradigm in the 21st century. A writer, film producer and culture maker, he bridges the worlds of shamanism, consciousness and popular culture. Here are some related site connected with Rak Razam:





Music featured in this episode:

Woven Songs of the Amazon

Barrett Martin



Episode 118: animalspirit

In this episode my guest is Anna Breytenbach of AnimalSpirit. She is a South African-based professional animal communicator, and her goal is to raise awareness and advance the relationships among human and non-human animals, on both the personal and spiritual level. The excellent documentary Animal Communicator is about her work, and I suggest you check that out (see below). Check out her site www.animalspirit.org and her YouTube channel.

Music featured in this episode:

Samanvaya Kirtan



Episode 117: the importance of ritual

In this episode I am going to talk a bit about the importance of ritual when ingesting sacred plants. I have already written a bit about all this in the essay called The Importance of Ritual, although you will get a lot more information listening to this episode. I will also go into the medicine songs known as icaros, as well as a great deal on an encounter I had with God.

Music featured in this episode:

Yuin Huzami




Episode 116: seth-ra

In this episode my guest is alchemist Jessie Fischer, also known in the online alchemical community as Seth-Ra. Currently Jessie is working as an Emergency Medical Technician.

Music featured in this episode:

The Number Fox



If you want to get a copy of this book on alchemy click HERE for more information.

Episode 115: the consciousness of the sun

In this episode we will listen to a talk by Rupert Sheldrake and Mark Vernon lifted from the Science Set Free podcast. The talk is called Is the Sun conscious?

Rupert Sheldrake is a biologist and author of more than 80 scientific papers and ten books. He is best known for his theory of morphic fields and morphic resonance, which leads to a vision of a living, developing universe with its own inherent memory. 


Mark Vernon is a writer and a journalist with a PhD in philosophy.


I also play a sample by Gregory Sams from Episode 65: sun of god.

Music featured in this episode:

Love Button




Episode 114: sacred and secret history

In this episode I am joined by author Mark Booth aka Jonathan Black who has written The Secret History of the World and The Sacred History. Check out his website www.markboothauthor.com or his Twitter @jblackauthor.

Music featured in this episode:

Car Seat Headrest