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Secrets of Saturn is an internet talk show with a variety of guests who have knowledge and stories to share that I hope you find as interesting as I do. The show is hosted by me, Jason Lindgren...and I hope to keep bringing you interesting guests with fascinating information to share! In addition to the Podcast, Wayne McRoy and I now do a live stream every Wednesday, 8-10 CST. Feel free to message me at the address below with any questions, comments, criticisms, and complaints. Happy listeni ...
 
We’re living in unprecedented times. Maybe. In this show, Jody Avirgan, Nicole Hemmer and Kellie Carter Jackson (and guests) take one moment, big or small, from that day in U.S. political history and explore how it might inform our present –– all in about fifteen minutes. New episodes release Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. Find us at ThisDayPod.com. We’re also posting about moments from the past @thisdaypod on Twitter and Instagram. If you have a suggestion for a topic, get in touch. This ...
 
Blind revolutionary, musician, and writer. Struggles of a Blind Man now available! https://youtu.be/T9pWm3INDcwStruggles of a Blind Man https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074N9PR5J/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_PkWKzbGFX33F2https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/struggles-of-a-blind-man-single/id1269192385https://play.google.com/store/music/album?id=Bllekkhp4jiiirz3rpnsq5wrmuuhttps://open.spotify.com/artist/2BEHgv04MHGzkH77DIUIVz Twitter.com/EsotericQuality facebook.com/eqmusicofficial plus.google.com/+EsotericQ ...
 
Each one of us has the ability to sense and feel what is going on around us energetically Commonly known as our intuition - most of us learned to cut this ability off. By becoming more conscious and releasing pain stored in our bodies we begin to wake up to our true selves and align to our soul's purpose. Catelin-Rose Sahara is a Transformational + Wellness Coach, Yoga Teacher, Energy Healer and Holistic Health Practitioner.
 
From modular synthesis, standalone synthesizers and Eurorack, to unusual electronic instruments, Buchla, Ciat-Lonbarde and the arts. Esoteric Modulation is a fortnightly podcast that is about all the latest exciting gear and news of electronic music and the arts. We cover a wide array of interesting equipment, synths, modular and the slightly unusual esoteric side of electronic instruments. We have regular guests covering news, instruments, and art projects that merge sound and visual arts t ...
 
Welcome to the Owl Tree! We're back from a summer break with a biweekly podcast and quarterly arts magazine for your third eye. We discuss esoteric and occult traditions, science and spirituality, astrology, tarot, psychology, strange events, and a conspiracy or two. Our quarterly arts magazine accepts submissions almost near-round. If you're a writer, artist, photographer, or other sort of magickal creative, consider submitting to us! We're into all genres and compensate $10 per selected pi ...
 
The UK's Occult Talk Show - hosted by Marc Power and Dirk Bruere, we hope to showcase extraordinary People with extraordinary ideas on our weekly radio talk show. People with Ideas in the domains of Wicca, Esoterica, The forbidden, New concepts in Consciousness, Forteana, Healing, NeoPaganism, The Occult, Magick and TechnoShamanism Each week a cast of many very special guests, whose interests experience and knowledge Straddle the shadowy borderland, between the known and the unknown. Listen ...
 
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It’s January 26th. On this day in 1964, Mararey Chase Smith announced that she was running for the GOP nomination for president. Jody, Niki, and Kellie discuss Smith’s trailblazing run, the legacy of women inside Republican politics, and the power of “symbolic” candidates. Find a transcript of this episode at: https://tinyurl.com/esoterichistory Th…
 
This episode is with Mike Albrecht, a twenty-five-year veteran and fellow Green Beret who seems to have figured out his happiness and transitioned better than anyone I know from the military. Mike and I talked a little about his childhood, what motivated him to join the military, and why he wanted to be a Green Beret. Since the military, rather tha…
 
In the first of a series of mini-campaigns, we return to the world of Palladium Fantasy for a duet catchup as we discover what Man-eater has been up to since we wrapped up the "By the Sword" campaign back in the summer. Join Our Discord Server!Support our Patreon!The new campaign's wiki may be found here.Follow us on social media!FacebookTwitterIns…
 
Plotinus was the greatest philosopher of late antiquity, and one of the most crucial thinkers for the long story of western esotericism. We introduce his amazing philosophy and the basics of his biography.Earl Fontainelle による
 
It’s January 24th. On this day in 1945, the town of Grand Rapids, Michigan became the first town in the country to add fluoride to its drinking water. Jody, Niki, and Kellie discuss how the program was a huge success when it came to public health, but nevertheless spawned a generation of conspiracy theories about fluoridation. Find a transcript of …
 
It’s January 21st. On this day in 1861, Mississippi Senator Jefferson Davis gave a farewell address in the Senate, announcing that his state (along with several others) would be seceding from the United States. Jody, Niki, and Kellie discuss how Davis tried to position the move, and how this dramatic moment fit into the run-up to the Civil War. Fin…
 
We discuss the Sibylline Oracles, a strange, sprawling, extremely complex collection of oracular hexameters from antiquity. Matthew Neujahr is our guide through a textual and prophetic labyrinth of ancient woman sages, Hellenic, Jewish, and Christian prophetic concerns, and the high uncanny.Earl Fontainelle による
 
On this Inauguration Day 2021, we look back at some notable other transition ceremonies, and discuss whether the day is pure symbolism or if it actually matters. Plus, a big announcement about the show — Kellie Carter Jackson is joining as a third host! Find out more about her, Jody Avirgan, and Nicole Hemmer on our website. Find a transcript of th…
 
Bernie Rogoff is a friend and former Commander of the Jewish War Veterans Poss #344 in Denver, Colorado. Originally from Lakewood, NJ, and a Korean war Air Force veteran who was initially part of the Army Air Corps. He served his time and returned to the family garment business that sold clothing throughout the US. A staunch patriot who has lived a…
 
It’s January 17th. On this day in 2001, the company pets.com was in the process of liquidating its assets, after just 18 months in existence. Jody and Niki are joined by Julia Furlan to discuss the 2000 dot-com bubble, why companies like pets.com got so big and went so broke; and what lessons there are about the difference between the stock market …
 
It’s January 14th. On this day in 1976, Sara Jane Moore was sentenced to life for her attempt to assassinate President Gerald Ford. Jody and Niki discuss Moore’s life, motivations, and the landscape of apocalyptic political violence that extended from the late 60s into the mid-70s. Find a transcript of this episode at: https://tinyurl.com/esoterich…
 
It’s January 12th. On this day in 1943, the US announces limits to the amount of meat Americans could eat, as well as a re-working of the meat content in sausages and other products. Jody and Niki discuss the rationing in WWII, and the wartime re-branding efforts of a lot of common American items. Find a transcript of this episode at: https://tinyu…
 
It’s January 10th. On this day in 1984, the United States and the Vatican established formal diplomatic relations for the first time in 117 years. Jody and Niki discuss the history of anti-Catholic sentiment in the United States, and how the fear of Communism finally brought Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II together. Find a transcript of this ep…
 
It’s January 8th. On this day in 1992, President George HW Bush, on a diplomatic trip to Japan, ate some bad food and vomited during a state dinner, right onto the lap of the Japanese Prime Minister. Jody and Niki discuss the event, the larger context of US-Japan relationships, and what counts as a gaffe in American politics. Plus, some thoughts on…
 
We discuss the life and adventures of Yelena Petrovna Blavatskaya, co-founder of the Theosophical Society and one of the most (in)famous and influential spiritual thinkers of the modern age, whose life and thought changed the course of western esotericism (and western history) forever.Earl Fontainelle による
 
It’s January 5th. On this day in 1961, Vice President Richard Nixon, acting as President of the Senate, certified the electoral college results of the 1960 election, which he had lost to John F Kennedy. But this was after a long fight and lots of questions, conspiracy theories, and efforts to throw the election result into contest. Sound familiar? …
 
To wrap up 2020, and give ourselves a week off, we’re re-running some of our favorite episodes from the year. Thanks for listening all year, and we have lots more in store for 2021! ///// On May 7th, Jody Avirgan, Nicole Hemmer, and special guest Harry Enten of CNN discussed the “Coya Come Home” letter — a public letter written by the husband of MN…
 
To wrap up 2020, and give ourselves a week off, we’re re-running some of our favorite episodes from the year. Thanks for listening all year, and we have lots more in store for 2021! ///// On September 13th in 1988, Democratic nominee Michael Dukakis boarded an M-1 tank in order to set up a photo op, ostensibly to make him look tough on defense. It …
 
To wrap up 2020, and give ourselves a week off, we’re re-running some of our favorite episodes from the year. Thanks for listening all year, and we have lots more in store for 2021! ///// On July 23rd, 1890, Wyoming celebrated its entry into the United States. And it was doing so as a state that granted women the right to vote. Jody and Niki are jo…
 
To wrap up 2020, and give ourselves a week off, we’re re-running some of our favorite episodes from the year. Thanks for listening all year, and we have lots more in store for 2021! ///// On August 24th in 2014, President Barack Obama gave a press conference about Ukraine and ISIS and foreign policy — but much of the political chatter was about his…
 
It’s December 24nd. This Christmas week, we’re doing something a little different — a two-part special on the history of The War on Christmas. In part two, Jody and Nikki are joined by Michael Hobbes of “You’re Wrong About” to go back in time and explore the surprising roots of the War on Christmas, from the Puritans to the Egg Nog Riot to the Red …
 
We introduce Robert Anton Wilson under the guidance of Erik Davis, whose recent book High Weirdness is the most important fnord scholarly approach to the man's life and thought. Occasional insights are interjected by Eddie Nix, friend and collaborator of R.A.W.Earl Fontainelle による
 
It’s December 22nd. This Christmas week, we’re doing something a little different — a two-part special on the history of The War on Christmas. In part one, Jody and Nikki are joined by Michael Hobbes of “You’re Wrong About” to discuss the recent history of the War, beginning with a Bill O’Reilly segment on Fox News in December 2004. Michael Hobbes’…
 
Allegra Baggio-Corradi of the Warburg Institute guides us through the life and thought of a leading figure of the forgotten esoteric Renaissance, the Paduan Niccolo Toméo. Come for the pagan-Christian metaphysics, stay for the oracular pelican.Earl Fontainelle による
 
Firmicus Maternus, a fairly prominent fourth-century intellectual from Sicily, wrote two works which survive: one is our earliest-surviving manual of astrological practice in Latin, and it shows a full-blooded belief in astral determinism, and the second is a rabid Christian polemic against traditional religious practices. Discuss.…
 
Emily Selove shares her current work on the fascinating Sirāj al-Dīn al-Sakkākī, well-known Arabic grammarian and little-known sorcerer. We discuss Sakkākī's extraordinary grimoire, the quest for the universal Perfect Man, a theory of language which might unite grammar and magic, and the identity of the mysterious ‘Peacock the Greek’.…
 
We speak with Amy Hale, anthropologist, folklorist, and writer of weird and wonderful pieces, on the life, art, and legacy of Ithell Colquhoun, one of the 20th century's most important (if widely overlooked) esoteric artists.Earl Fontainelle による
 
It’s December 20th. On this day in 1956, the Montgomery, Alabama bus boycott ended after 381 days. Jody and Niki are joined by Christina Greer of Fordham University to discuss what brought the boycott to an end, and the hard work that took place on the ground to maintain pressure and de-segregate the public bus system. Christina Greer is a co-host …
 
It’s December 17th. On this day in 1900, the Ellis Island immigration center in New York harbor opened its doors. Jody and Niki are joined by Brian Lehrer of WNYC to discuss the new wave of immigrants that entered the country in the first decades of the 1900s, and how the story of American immigration has evolved over the years. Find a transcript o…
 
It’s December 15th. On this day in 1871, William “Boss” Tweed is arrested in Manhattan while returning to the city to, reportedly, see the Christmas lights. Jody and Niki discuss what this moment means for Boss Tweed and the notorious Tammany Hall power structure in New York City. Tweed spent much of the 1860s pulling the puppet strings in NYC, and…
 
It’s December 13th. On this day in 2011, Donald Trump wrote a letter announcing that he was bowing out of moderating (!) a Newsmax presidential debate. Jody and Niki are joined by James Poniewozik of the New York Times to discuss Trump’s flirtation with both moderating a debate and running for president, and how the conservative media ecosystem has…
 
It’s December 10th. On this day in 1836, the final days of the “Great Toledo War,” a conflict over a strip of territory between the state of Ohio and the territory of Michigan. Jody and Niki are joined by Hanif Abdurraqib to discuss the origins of the battle, whether it qualifies as a “war,” and what to make of the ongoing Ohio-Michigan rivalry. Ha…
 
In our final episode in the Hermetica series, we discuss the way of Hermes in antiquity with Christian Hervik Bull. Come for the renunciation, immortalisation, and hypercosmic ascent, stay for the animated statues.Earl Fontainelle による
 
It’s December 8th. On this day in 1915, newspapers reported a “near riot” at a meeting of the Democratic party, when pro- and anti-suffrage women debated each other over the right to vote. Jody and Niki are joined by Kimberly Hamlin of Miami University to discuss the “ANTIs” — women who fought against the right to vote. Kimberly’s most recent book …
 
It’s December 6th. On this day in 1933, a judge ruled that James Joyce’s “Ulysses,” which had been effectively banned in the United States, was not obscene. Jody and Niki are joined by Kurt Andersen to discuss the ruling, the history of obscenity laws in the United States, and what to make of the current debates over free speech. Kurt’s recent book…
 
It’s December 3rd. On this day in 1945 (technically, December 4th), the United States Senate voted to ratify an agreement to have the US join the United Nations. Jody and Niki discuss the domestic politics that led to this moment, the lessons from the failed entry of the US into the League of Nations, and whether FDR gets enough credit in this stor…
 
It’s December 1st. On this day in 1859, abolitionist John Brown was awaiting his execution by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Jody and Niki discuss John Brown’s raid on Harper’s Ferry, how much he wanted to spark revolution in his lifetime or become a martyr in death; and how contemporary depictions of Brown have reflected the politics of the time. F…
 
It’s November 29th. On this day in 1978, San Fransisco is in mourning, and there is violence in the streets, in the wake of the assassination of Harvey Milk, a board of supervisors member and gay rights advocate. Jody and Niki discus the legacy of Harvey Milk, his evolution as a gay rights advocate, and the so-called “Twinkie Defense.” Find a trans…
 
It’s November 26th. On this day in 1939, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt had declared that Thanksgiving would take place a week earlier than usual. Americans were not happy. Jody and Niki are joined by Adam Conover of “Adam Ruins Everything” and the podcast Factually to discuss why FDR tried to move the holiday, how it became politicized, and w…
 
In which the Dramatic Characters undertake a search for Dracula's gold, and encounter Enemies old and new. But what happens when they become Unstuck in Time? Find out in this thrilling conclusion! Join Our Discord Server! Support our Patreon!Follow us on social media!Facebook Twitter Instagram Featuring: Alex as Frederick HaasRainy as Astrid Yrsa F…
 
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