Ryan Peverly
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Nov 24
6 min
Oct 25
7 min
144. Dylan Louis Monroe in “HC SVNT DRACONES” // The Cult of Baal & the Healing Web
Some of you know Dylan Louis Monroe from his work on what he calls the Deep State Mapping Project, where he’s put his artistry and creativity to work to develop detailed visual artworks that explain the many connections among the “deep state”, the Q Web, as he calls it. But he’s also produced some other similar diagrams along those same lines, two of which we’ll dig into here, the Cult of Baal and the Healing Web.
Nov 18, 2019
2 hr 30 min
143. J.W. Ocker in “Odd Things I’ve Seen” // Halloween in Salem, Poe’s Hallowed Haunts & Subversive Haunted House Stories
J.W. Ocker is the award-winning author of macabre travelogues, spooky kid’s books and horror novels. His nonfiction books include, among others, Poe-Land: The Hallowed Haunts of Edgar Allan Poe and A Season with the Witch: The Magic and Mayhem of Halloween in Salem, Massachusetts. His latest book, the novel Twelve Nights at Rotter House, is out now. He is also the creator of oddthingsiveseen.com and the host of Odd Things I've Seen: The Podcast.
Oct 30, 2019
1 hr 15 min
142. Occult Fan in “Bless This Immunity” // Esoteric & Occult Themes in TOOL’s Fear Inoculum
The one and only Occult Fan, aka Nathan Lee Miller Foster, is back in the house for a third time. Nathan Lee is a musician, writer at OccultFan.com, and host of the Six of Swords podcast, and we are going to dig deep into a piece of art that was forged by four of the most marvelous magicians of our modern era. Collectively they are known as TOOL, their latest album, Fear Inoculum, is their first in 13 years. This is a complete and total thematic deconstruction of what this album is about.
Oct 24, 2019
1 hr 54 min
141. Phil Hall in “Celluloid Rorschach Test” // Bigfoot, Patterson, Gimlin & the Weirdest Movie Ever Made
Phil Hall is the author of, among other titles, a book called The Weirdest Movie Ever Made: The Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot Film. Phil is a film writer whose work has appeared in The New York Times, New York Daily News and Wired, and he is the host of the podcast “The Online Movie Show with Phil Hall”, which is available on SoundCloud.
Oct 17, 2019
1 hr 6 min
RAW 15: Nichole Hamilton on the Current State of the Horror Genre // Jordan Peele, Ari Aster, Halloween, IT & the Stephen King Renaissance
Nichole Hamilton is the mind and voice behind the Chiaroscuro Horror blog and podcast. She joins the show to rap about the current state of the horror genre, including riffing on the rise of writer-directors Jordan Peele and Ari Aster, last year’s Halloween sequel, the recent IT films, and the renaissance of Stephen King film adaptations.
Oct 12, 2019
1 hr 25 min
140. Alkistis Dimech & Peter Grey in “The Brazen Vessel” // Rewilding Witchcraft, The Witches’ Dance, Secrecy & The Sacred Conspiracy
Alkistis Dimech and Peter Grey are the powerhouse tag team behind Scarlet Imprint, one of the premier purveyors of what I call dank esoterica. You know these two, you love these two, and by the end of the chat you may want to marry these two. Or maybe you’ll just want to buy their new book, The Brazen Vessel, a collection of selected texts, essays and presentations that documents the creative, magical partnership of Alkistis and Peter from 2008 to 2018.
Sep 30, 2019
1 hr 3 min
RAW 14: Derek Hunter on Love, Chaos, Sex, Art, Magick, Insecurity, Albert Camus & the Discomfort of Living
Derek Hunter is the creator and author of "Love Chaos", a way of life that embraces unpredictability while focusing on love. A follow-up book, "Love Chaos in Theory and Practice", is out now.
Sep 16, 2019
1 hr 14 min
139. Alan Abbadessa in “2001: A Synchro-Monolithic Odyssey” // The 9/11 Spider-Verse, the Loose Change Legacy & the Post-Postmodern Conspiritainment Zeitgeist
Alan Abbadessa is one of the minds behind TheSyncBook.com, a multimedia web platform dedicated to exploring the art of synchronicity. Alan is here to talk about one of The Sync Book’s latest projects, a docuseries he’s producing called Hindsight 20/20, the first episode of which is online now. It’s called 9/11 Spider-verse, which explores the legacies of the Loose Change and Zeitgeist films as well as the synchromystic subculture and post-postmodern artistic movement these films may have spawned.
Sep 11, 2019
1 hr 18 min
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