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Hoodoo’s place in history suffers even worse than many other magickal practices: its value (or even existence!) is widely ignored by occultists and mainstream historians alike. As a young magician coming to my power in the States, I consider this a terrible shame.Read more ›
This 1970 documentary film by Ray Laurent profiles the Church of Satan and its founder, Anton LaVey. Satanis: The Devil’s Mass features footage of church rituals, interviews with church members and, of course, plenty of LaVey monologues, explaining what Satanic philosophy is all about.Read more ›
In this episode, Austin Gandy steps into the co-host’s chair as we take a closer look at the history and nature of the Western Esoteric Tradition. We present key figures like Agrippa, John Dee and the infamous Giordano Bruno, who was burned at the stake in 1600. Occultists, heretics, and alchemists unite on this installment of Out There Radio. We also discuss how the work of these occultists influenced later generations, especially during the 19th and early 20th centuries.Read more ›
In this episode, we interview John Crow, host of Thelema Coast to Coast, a podcast “dedicated to the exploration of Thelema, Aleister Crowley, The New Aeon, ceremonial magick and the occult. ” John gives us a primer on Crowley and Thelema, and tells us about his experiences with the OTO.Read more ›
In this episode, we discuss the relationship of the Nazis to the resurgence of occultism in the late nineteenth/early twentieth century. Included are profiles of two “aryan occultists,” Guido von List and Jorg Lanz, who influenced many key Nazi leaders. In Out There news, Austin returns to tell us about the *newest* Jesus Christ who also claims to be the Anti-Christ, and we talk a little about the supposed “lost tombs of Jesus Christ.”Read more ›
In the 38th episode of Out There Radio, we talk with Mark Tippetts, a practitioner of the ancient Judaic mystical system, Kabbalah. Mark talks to us about this well-publicized but poorly understood practice, in terms of its history, theory and implementation.Read more ›