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This week, we are speaking with Danish historian and animist, Rune Hjarnø Rasmussen. Animism is the main topic of our discussion, inevitably. We talk about what it looks like in the doing, and what academic work does and still might come from operating within an animist framework rather than a materialist-naturalist one. We also examine both some o…
 
Microbiologist, teacher and ritualist, Dr Siobhan Watkins joins the show this week. We have a really great chat about the how and why of coming into right relation with the microbial world, what all forms of biology look like from an animist perspective and the ancestral implications of being a composite being. Awesome discussion. Enjoy! Show Notes…
 
Ethnobotanist, ecologist, author and teacher Jonathon Miller Weisberger joins us this week. We talk about growing up in Ecuador, living among various Amazonian nations, ecology, eco-spirituality, environmental activism and the difference between ayahuasca and yagé -among many, many other topics (including being dispatched by Terence McKenna to buy …
 
One of our most popular returning guests joins us again this week. Denmark's very own Queen of Swords is back to talk about the latest book in her Read Like The Devil series, which is about something near and dear to my own heart (and diamonds), fortune telling with playing cards! So we discuss the in's and out's of the various suits, how significa…
 
This week, my Fortune's Fools cohost and Lenormand deck artist, Colin Alexander joins the show. Inevitably, we discuss fortune telling, and Madame Lenormand herself, as well as creativity, growing up weird in the 90s, comics and that other magical comic creator from the Glasgow area you may or may not have heard of. And, naturally, because we are l…
 
Life coach, author, teacher, athlete and host of the Inspire Nation show, Michael Sandler is our guest this week. Michael joins us to discuss his latest book, AWE: The Automatic Writing Experience. Along the way, we also explore different forms of spirit contact, what it's like to have had two Near Death Experiences, the importance of ceremony, swe…
 
Author, teacher, and Vedic Astrologer Freedom Cole joins us this week for a deep dive into the astrology of India and the Indian experience of what we call magic. Along the way we discuss yoga, Ayurveda, the chakras and how to save a farm from bushfires by summoning a dragon. Super fun chat. Show Notes Science of Light vol 1 and vol 2. Freedom's te…
 
Artist, researcher and author Veda Austin joins us this week. She talks us through her healing journey with water, as well as some of the amazing artwork she creates from and with water. Along the way, we discuss what water actually is, that it is far stranger than we typically realise and the implications of living in a world which responds to our…
 
Artist, performer, musician, magician and teacher Bint Al-Shalabiya joins us this week. We talk about growing up Muslim in America in the 9/11 years, the importance of travel as a teacher, art, astrological and image magic, shared ayahuasca jungle encounters and the world of Islamic folk magic. Really great chat. Enjoy! Show Notes Bint's website. B…
 
This week, we welcome to the show Dr Paul Koudounaris, art historian, photographer, explorer and member of the order of good death. Paul is the author of multiple books including Empire of Death, Heavenly Bodies and, most recently, A Cat's Tale: A Journey Through Feline History, which he co-authored with his cat, Baba. Paul joins us today to talk a…
 
This week, we welcome back to the show good friend and one of our most popular returning guests, Langston Kahn. Langston is a shaman, educator and community leader. And now he can also add author to that list, because he joins us today on the occasion of the launch of his excellent first book, Deep Liberation: Shamanic Tools For Reclaiming Wholenes…
 
This week, we welcome to the show Tania de Jong. Tania is a soprano, social entrepreneur, business woman, professional speaker and member of the Order of Australia among many other things. She has also founded several highly successful charities that have brought thousands of people together to heal through music and singing. Tania’s most recent ch…
 
Cometh the hour, cometh the traditional new year special guest! Conner Habib joins us once again for a 2020 retrospective and a deep and thoughtful engagement with 2021: Politics, health, agency, meaning, desire. All that great stuff. This was a livestreamed discussion so you can download the audio version here or watch along over on the YouTube ch…
 
A brief solo show this month to finish up our accidental series on time with a practical technique you can use to move forward into 2021 with greater coherence and optimism. Have a wonderful Christmas and I will see you on January 2nd at 3pm New York time when we return with a live recording of Conner Habib and my traditional new year's episode. Cl…
 
Cometh the hour, cometh the astrologer! This week, we welcome back Austin Coppock for a super-sized discussion of the first half of 2021, followed by a spirited Q&A session with the members and patrons who joined us. We also kick the show off with Rev. Danny Nemu who explains this year's decolonising Christmas fundraiser, which is for a Brazilian r…
 
For the final episode of The Dennis Miller Option, Dennis welcomes his friend Dana Carvey, who talks about starting his podcast, his Joe Biden impression, Hugh Grant in "The Undoing", "The Queen's Gambit", David Spade, Cameo, Virtue signaling and sad signaling, Gavin Newson, Dr. Fauci and Obama impressions, parenting and more! Then, he chats with C…
 
Dennis talks to comedian Bill Burr about his most recent Netflix special, recently hosting SNL, how people used to never talk politics and now we live in a time where unfunny people try to determine what comedians say, that cancel culture has made him a better comic, and figuring out the business by getting screwed in the business. Bill talks about…
 
Another swapcast for you this week! With the amazing Kathryn Fink -coach, healer, magical practitioner and host of The Heart is a Cauldron. We talk about mythic time, breaking time, how time tries to break you, decolonisation and a return to right relation. Great stuff. Super fun conversation. Show Notes The Heart is a Cauldron podcast page. The He…
 
Dennis talks to musician Brian Wheat of the band Tesla about the band's latest album "Five Man London Jam", which was recorded at Abbey Road studios, his new book "Son Of A Milkman", Paul McCartney, Joe Elliott of Def Leppard, Alice Cooper and how one of Tesla's best-known songs is their cover of Five Man Electrical Band's "Signs". Then, he's joine…
 
Dennis is joined by musician Peter Noone, who discusses a lifetime of keeping a lot of opinions to himself, his daughter Natalie Noone's SiriusXM show, performing in Florida, how he's doing shows where they manage the evolving restrictions on audience capacity and how show business will need to be eased back into our lives post-COVID. He also discu…
 
This week we welcome to the show Ryan Edward. Ryan is an artist, designer and deck creator. In fact he is responsible for one of my favourite Lenormand decks, the Maybe Lenormand. He joins us today to talk us through the process of deck creation, how design informs fortune telling function, the story of the Lenormand cards through time, the differe…
 
This week, we are joined by artist and adventurer, Lucy Delics. Originally from England, Lucy has lived all over the world and currently lives in the Cusco area of the Peruvian Andes where she created The Visionary Path Tarot. Lucy joins us today to talk about finding one's creative voice, making art with plant medicines, healing personal and ances…
 
Dennis talks to New York Daily News sports writer Bill Madden about his new book "Tom Seaver : A Terrific Life". They discuss Seaver's decision to pitch for USC, being a part of the Mets 1969 Championship team, the trade to Cincinnati, returning to the Mets, and pitching for the White Sox. They also discuss how is one of only two pitchers in baseba…
 
Dennis is joined by comedian Bob Saget, who discusses getting back out on the road, doing one drive-in show in December, his quarantine life, performing at Dave Chappelle's Summer Camp, Dennis's brother Jimmy, Kirk Douglas, Don Rickles, Frank Sinatra, Gene Simmons and much more! This episode is brought to you by: The Good Game Company…
 
Dennis chats with the real-life "Wolf of Wall Street" Jordan Belfort, who talks about how he was always a good salesman, hustling to make money as a kid. They talk about some of the greatest movies about the business world, including "Glengarry, Glen Ross", how television conveys what we all consider to be success and the evolution of online pornog…
 
Dennis is joined by Judas Priest lead singer Rob Halford to discuss his new autobiography "Confess", how he first got into the band, life on the road, being in the closet and coming out as a gay man in the world of heavy metal. He also discusses seeing David Bowie perform live, meeting Lady Gaga and Queen Elizabeth, Sean Connery, Elvis, recording a…
 
Dennis starts off the show talking to writer-producer Alan Zweibel about the recent passing of Norm Crosby, whom he created a show called "The Boys" for in the late 80's. They also discuss Crosby's malaprops and his co-hosting the Jerry Lewis telethon. Alan also gives an update on "Here Today" the movie he co-wrote with Billy Crystal, starring Bill…
 
Dennis talks to golf writer Luke Reese about his new book "One From The Memory Banks", the highlights of his career on and off the golf course, and working on the book with his daughter. Then, Dennis talks to Christian, Lindsey and Stemper about Netflix's "My Octopus Teacher", a fantastic Dolly Parton documentary called "Here I Am", "Once Upon A Ti…
 
Dennis chats with Marine Corp veteran and author John “Chick” Donohue about his book “THE GREATEST BEER RUN EVER”, which tells the unbelievably true story about how Chick snuck into Vietnam during the war, tracked down his friends, and handed each of them a can of beer — a story that is being adapted into a major motion picture by Academy Award win…
 
Dennis is joined by author Marshall Terrill, who talks about the access he had to research for his new book "Steve McQueen: In His Own Words" will be released to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the actor's death and features 450 quotations from McQueen, accompanied by 500 photographs, many that will be seen for the first time. They talk about…
 
Dennis is joined by comedian Brian Regan who talks about Vegas re-opening slowly but surely and getting back on the road to play comedy clubs around the country, which he hasn't played in years. They also chat about starting out, comedy condos, inspiration for jokes, their kids being funny and Brian's ability to sleep for 27 hours straight. Dennis …
 
This week, adding to our growing number of triple-header interviews, we welcome back to the show Mitch Horowitz and welcome to the show for the first time Richard Smoley. Mitch, as regular listeners would be aware, is a public intellectual and occult historian with an expertise in New Thought. Richard is a writer, editor and public speaker speciali…
 
Dennis is joined by Mike Rowe of “Dirty Jobs” fame to discuss the state of the country, whether hard work will be worth it in the near future and the work he does with his foundation, Mike Rowe Works including a unique fundraiser involving a bath robe signed by President Trump. They also discuss how Mike’s podcast “The Way I Heard It” was inspired …
 
Dennis talks about the World Series between the Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays with Marc Carig of The Athletic, which they see as an old-school series with stealing home, safety squeezes and back-and-forth lead changes throughout games. They analyze just how many things had to go wrong for the Dodgers to lose Game 4 in that classic ending. This leads t…
 
This week we are joined by philosopher, professor and speaker, Matt Segall. We discuss Platonism vs Neoplatonism, theories of mind and the natural world, and how it is we can or might know anything at all. A really rich and thought-provoking conversation. Show Notes Matt's website, Footnotes to Plato. Matt's YouTube channel. Matt on Twitter.…
 
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