The Magick.Me team went to West Memphis to support Damien Echols while his legal team was requesting the county court review new DNA evidence that would hopefully establish Echols' innocence. Unfortunately, it didn't go great, but the struggle is just beginning.
Historian Rick Spence (Secret Agent 666) joins the show to discuss the dark overlaps between the occult and espionage worlds, with particular focus on Aleister Crowley and Jack Parsons. Did Crowley start WWI for British Intelligence? Were Soviet agents trying to recruit Jack Parsons?
One of privileged few who spent time with the “Black Pope” in the last decade of his life, Carl Abrahamsson met Anton LaVey in 1989, sparking an “infernally” empowering friendship. In his new book on LaVey - "Anton LaVey and the Church of Satan."
In this episode, we turn back the clock 170 years, and revisit what is perhaps THE great foundational text of magick of the 19th and 20th century - Transcendental Magick, by the French magus Éliphas Lévi. Éliphas Lévi Zahed, born Alphonse Louis Constant (8 February 1810 – 31 May 1875).
Author Gabriela Herstik returns to the podcast to talk about her new book, Sacred Sex: The Magick and Path of the Divine Erotic, in which she dives deep into the history, current, and practices of sex magick...!