Author, artist, publisher etc. Carl Abrahamsson (who apparently is running around Atlantic City at the moment), posted a lecture on Vimeo a week ago for paid playback. The Vimeo page states: “Is there such a thing as a ‘world soul’?’… Continue Reading
All episodes of the Thelema, NOW! podcast now available for streaming and download at Spotify. You’ll still find it at OTO-usa.org of course! OR here: https://open.spotify.com/show/1Z2w7pez4XHrecsEqejzty?si=EVwycxo0QZi9n738bnBB-A. PLEASE “Follow” the podcast.
NICE! video of Massimo Introvigne’s lecture this past May at the Association for the Study of Esotericism conference held at Rice University in Houston Texas. Introvigne addressed the topic “Sacred Sexuality Within Contemporary Esoteric Groups” AT LENGTH! Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VkR4DzMh02o&feature=youtu.be.
The Texts & Traditions Colloquium + the Mortlake Book Fair will take place in Seattle September 15-16. It’s being held at Green Wood Masonic Lodge 7910 Greenwood Ave North Seattle, WA 98103. The event site describes it as: “a weekend of… Continue Reading
The New York Times recently ran an extraordinary piece about a defunct 19th century religious movement having a surprise renaissance. This is one I found out about because a friend IMed me on FB and said “Meanwhile – Oahspe. Remember… Continue Reading
The Seventh International Conference of the Association for the Study of Esotericism will be held May 24-27, 2018 at Rice University, located in Houston, Texas. The Conference theme is Eros, Sexuality, and Embodiment in Esoteric Traditions. Friday May 25’s speakers will… Continue Reading
Here’s the STRANGE ANGEL Official Trailer. The series debuts on CBS All Access, CBS’s subscription streaming service June 14. As Brother Lon posted “It might not be good history… but it looks to be good fun!” As we’ve noted, most… Continue Reading
The Irish Times recently published a new story about the effort to transcribe documentation of indigenous folklore done in the early 20th century, much of it having to do with the supernatural. The unusual angle is that the contributors are… Continue Reading
We ARE very interested in the fate of the Yazidis for several reasons: first and foremost, they are fellow sentient beings; secondly, The Prophet of the Lovely Star did see an ancient precedent for Thelema in their singular faith. Here’s… Continue Reading
“Long before Disney introduced the family-friendly Ariel, mermaids were used in fantasy fiction as a safe representation of female sexuality, apropos for even the most puritanical of societies,” says Jean Bentley in Nerdist. Freeform’s new series “Siren” premieres at 8pm tonight, bringing mermaids… Continue Reading