Monday, November 3. 2008
Phil Hine is a well-known writer and occultist. He became known internationally through his written works Pseudonomicon, Condensed Chaos, Prime Chaos, as well as several essays on the topics of Chaos Magick and the Cthulhu Mythos.
Monday, October 27. 2008
'Raymond Wiley and Joe McFall are the former co-hosts of Out There Radio, a 50 episode podcast of interviews and discussions covering topics related to the occult, conspiracy theory and the paranormal. Raymond and Joe have been in podcasting since 2005, having started Out There Radio shortly after they met and realized their shared interest in fringe topics.
Wednesday, October 22. 2008
'In this week's show we chat with the fantastic Austin Gandy about the basics of Magick. Austin knows his subject and delivers the goods this week in another great interview. Fans of our friends Out There Radio will know Mr Gandy from his work on the "Invisible College" episode of the show, as well as being their guest for some of the best episodes. In this episode we look at the real basics of magick, as if the listener was a would-be adept, walking through their local occult bookstore, pondering where to get stuck in!' (Right Where You Are Sitting Now podcast).
Monday, October 13. 2008
'Incredible 90 minute interview with legendary rock critic Lester Bangs from 1980. Lester speaks about factors within the music industry, New Wave, Punk, CBGB's & music journalism.
Sunday, October 12. 2008
'An exclusive interview with science fiction legend Ridley Scott for an update on his adaptation of Aldous Huxley's classic dystopian novel Brave New World. While he's still knee-deep in the details of the adaptation, he's already got some strong opinions - including his view that Brave New World is closer to the truth than George Orwell's 1984. So what does Scott have in mind for his Brave New World?' (io9 article).
Sunday, September 21. 2008
'Bill Moyers sits down with former Nixon White House strategist and political and economic critic Kevin Phillips, whose latest book Bad Money: Reckless Finance, Failed Politics, and the Global Crisis of American Capitalism explores the role that the crumbling financial sector played in the now-fragile American economy.' (PBS article).
Friday, September 19. 2008
Ken Eakins, of the excellent Right Where You Are Sitting Now website, interviews Raymond Wiley of Out There Radio fame about the culture of conspiracy belief and some of the lunacy, humour and seriousness that surrounds it.
Tuesday, July 15. 2008
'I've never been so enamored with any character type as I have with the mad scientist. The shop, filled with inventions, doo-dads; explosions from nowhere send machinery flying while (s)he runs yelling equations to no-one. The wide-eyed ecstatic expression of pure insanity; the giant eyebrows. The filthy white lab coat. The giant gloves.
Tuesday, July 8. 2008
Sunday, April 27. 2008
An interview with Anthony Peake, author of Is There Life After Death? The Extraordinary Science Of What Happens When You Die, an inquiry into the nature of consciousness at the moment of death.
Saturday, March 29. 2008
'Psychedelic drugs are to the human mind today what the discovery of the microscope was to medicine and biological science three or four hundred years ago. Psychedelic drugs expand and speed up consciousness. They are going to bring about a tremendous change in our society, in our view of man and our way of life in the future.
Wednesday, March 26. 2008
Jim Elvidge - author of The Universe Solved - talks about the possibility that our reality (the universe) is programmed and that we may in fact be living in a simulation.
Wednesday, March 19. 2008
'Lon Milo DuQuette is one of the pre-eminent occult writers and speakers of modern times. His work spans the subjects of Tarot, Ceremonial Magick, Qabalah, and Religion. He injects insight, understanding, humanity, and humour into his work that makes it both enlightening and joyous.'
Monday, March 10. 2008
Famed NASA astronaut and cosmic explorer, Dr. Edgar Mitchell, joins Adam Gorightly to discuss Samadhi, quantum physics and life after space.
Monday, March 3. 2008
Allen Greenfield returns to the show to talk with Greg about Gnostic history and philosophy. The conversation covers the definition of Gnosis and Gnostic, the history of ancient sects, the philosophy through the ages, modern permutations of the Gnostic doctrine, and Dr. Greenfield’s own personal lineage. Notable points include differing perspectives on the concept of the Demiurgus and the resultant differences in the views on body and spirit, the secret societies and esoteric orders that have carried the Wisdom, and Apostolic succession. (Occult Of Personality podcast).
Wednesday, January 16. 2008
In this episode of Occult Of Personality, Greg is joined by Christopher Knowles, author of a fascinating and beautifully illustrated new book entitled Our Gods Wear Spandex.
Friday, December 28. 2007
As many of you will already know, Raymond Wiley is one of the co-hosts of the awe-inspiring podcast Out There along with sidekick Joe McFall.
Tuesday, December 11. 2007
Here's an excerpt from an interview in the new Guitar World magazine (courtesy of lashtal.com):
Friday, October 26. 2007
Wednesday, October 17. 2007
Well, here it is: me being interviewed by Greg Kaminsky on his Occult Of Personality podcast. This is my first ever introduction to podcasting but fortunately for both of us Greg is a good interviewer who had enough questions to ask to keep the discussion going. So here I am talking about stuff I rarely talk about, and sounding very Scottish.
Monday, August 20. 2007
'Clinton, MA-based artist, architect and polymath, Paul Laffoley has spent the better part of the last 40 years constructing hyper-left-brained reality schematics in almost total obscurity.
Wednesday, August 15. 2007
Fascinating discussion on gravity-modification, UFOs, and Project Aurora with retired Lockheed Martin senior engineer Boyd Bushman. Bushman is a close friend of Jane's Aerospace editor Nick Cook, and he additionally provides information on a new experiment - a modified Lenz-Levitation coil that he claims may explain UFO technology. (American Antigravity audio stream).
Thursday, July 26. 2007
'Grant Morrison: The Early Years is the first in a projected three-volume set of analytical texts examining the career of one of comics' most eminent and influential creators, Grant Morrison. Written by Massachusetts-based literature teacher and scholar Timothy Callahan, The Early Years offers not just simple annotations to Morrison's work, but instead provides readers with plainly-written, hugely detailed studies of every single issue of Morrison's early works starting with the groundbreaking Zenith and concluding with his Dadaist superhero manifesto Doom Patrol, creating an invaluable resource to fans of Morrison as well as to those new to his work. The book concludes with a lengthy interview with Morrison himself.' (CBR interview part 1, part 2 and part 3).
Monday, April 23. 2007
Several weeks prior to losing his appeal against extradition to the United States, hacker Gary McKinnon gave an interview with Hacker Voice Radio about his ordeal.
Friday, January 26. 2007
Kerry Lynn Cassidy of Project Camelot (an organisation set up to provide a vehicle for researchers and 'whistleblowers' to get their stories out) interviews Gary McKinnon.
Monday, January 8. 2007
Thursday, November 23. 2006
'Steven M. Greer is an emergency physician and former chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Caldwell Memorial Hospital. He is also a lifetime member of Alpha Omega Alpha, a prestigious medical honor society.
Friday, October 13. 2006
'In the roiling debate between science and religion, it would be hard to exaggerate the enormous influence of Richard Dawkins. The British scientist is religion's chief prosecutor - "Darwin's rottweiler," as one magazine called him - and quite likely the world's most famous atheist. Speaking to the American Humanist Association, Dawkins once said, "I think a case can be made that faith is one of the world's great evils, comparable to the smallpox virus but harder to eradicate."' (Salon interview).
Wednesday, October 4. 2006
Chica is interviewed by James Arthur Jancik about her new book Celestial Secrets: The Hidden History Of The Fátima Cover-Up.
Friday, August 4. 2006
'Let's take a look at the Middle East, let's take a look at facts. The facts are, for 35 years, there has been a harsh, brutal, military operation. There has not been a political settlement. The reason that there has not been a political settlement is because the United States, unilaterally, has blocked it for 25 years. Just recently, Saudi Arabia produced a highly praised plan for political settlement. The majority of the American population supports it. The majority of the population also thinks the United States ought to be more active in the Middle East. They don't know that that's a contradiction in terms. The reason that's a contradiction in terms is the following: In the Saudi Arabia plan is a repetition of a series of proposals, which go back to 1976 when the UN Security Council debated a resolution calling for a settlement, in accord with the Saudi plan, to state settlement on the internationally recognized borders. With arrangements to guarantee the rights of every state in the nation to exist in peace and security within secure and recognized borders.' (Information Clearing House video stream).