Episode 225: ancient psychedelia

In this episode we are looking at the ancient history of psychedelics with author Joshua Bempechat. Check out his website:

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Music featured in this episode:

Tiger Tunes

Episode 193: rubedo press

In this episode I am joined by Dr. Aaron Cheak and we are going to talk alchemy, books and typography. Dr. Cheak is a scholar of comparative religion, philosophy, and esotericism. Check out his publishing house Rubedo Press, that is if you want to get your hands on some well designed books of occult nature.

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Music featured in this episode:

Emily Cooper

Episode 147: the roots project

In this episode we are going to talk with Olly Boon from The Roots Project, which is an intercultural, grassroots regenerative record label. They connect indigenous artists to a selection of electronic music producers and coordinate global groove remixes of ancestral healing songs. Every digital sale directly supports indigenous artists and trusted nonprofits.

Music featured in this episode:

Roots Project Records

Episode 140: matt furie

In this episode I am joined by artist and comic book creator Matt Furie, who is also the man behind the world famous Internet meme Pepe the Frog.

In 2015 this character was adopted by the alt-right movement and was eventually marked as a hate symbol by the Anti-Defamaton League. Since then Matt has publicly expressed his dismay at Pepe being used as a hate symbol, and killed the character off.

Check out Matt's Instagram and Tumblr account.

Music featured in this episode:

Days N Daze

Episode 113: heart medicine

In this episode my guest is author Elizabeth Bast and artist Chor Boogie. Elizabeth has written a book called Heart Medicine: A True Love Story that tells an intimate story of a healing journey with the African sacred medicine known as Iboga in an effort to cure Chor Boogies heroin addiction. To find out more check out their individual websites: and

Music featured in this episode:

Gabon People

Episode 98: gnosticism, art and music

In this episode we will listen to a talk by ethnobotanist, mystic, psychonaut, lecturer, and author Terence McKenna called Thoughts about Gnosticism, art and music that has been lifted from the Psychedelic Salon, which you can find at

Music featured in this episode:

Nameless Archive

Episode 93: magnum opus

In this episode my guest is artist and author Max Magnus Norman. His autobiographical handbook Magnum Opus describe how he managed to achieve The Philosophers' Stone during an experimental process aimed at healing the body and the mind. Those experiences led him to get rid of almost all of his possessions and ultimately changed his creative path. Check out his site:

Music featured in this episode:

Lars Eriksson

Episode 74: the focus of life

My guest in this episode is Roberto Migliussi. He is the founder of Idola Tribus, a fanzine published in the 80s that was dealing with music and iconic historical people. In the last decades he became a publisher and translated various Kenneth Grant and Austin Osman Spare writings as well becoming a Peat therapist (Peat is a method of energetic psychology perfectioned by Zivorad M. Slavinski). We will mainly talk about magician and artist Austin Osman Spare's work The Focus of Life which Roberto, together with Lunus, set to music.

Music featured in this episode:

Lunus Milusic

Episode 52: angela edwards

In this episode I am joined by artist Angela Edwards. She paints, sculpts, writes and make films using such diverse subjects as sexuality, death, transgression through extremes, sacred sexwork, female psychosexuality, voodoo and more as her inspiration. Go to to check out her art some more.

Music featured in this episode:

White Lighters