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The U.S. Grand Lodge Thelema NOW! podcast features interviews with artists, writers, magicians, and others whose unique perspectives contribute to the modern flowering of Thelemic culture. New episodes are published roughly once a month. You can subscribe to the podcast to get new episodes as they are published, or visit the Thelema NOW! site for a full catalog of past episodes.

Recent episodes

  • 2022-06-30 Thelema Now! Guest: Carl Abrahamsson (2022)

    TN host Harper Feist speaks to author Carl Abrahamsson! One of the privileged few who spent time with the “Black Pope” in the last decade of his life, Carl Abrahamsson met Anton LaVey in 1989, sparking an “infernally” empowering friendship.

    In Carl’s new book – Anton LaVey and the Church of Satan: Infernal Wisdom from the Devil’s Den – he explores what LaVey was really about, where he came from, and how he shaped the esoteric landscape of the 1960s. 

    Find out more here

  • 2022-05-13 Thelema Now Rodney Orpheus (2022)

    Hey – did you know that Aleister Crowley had a tin ear and didn’t like music that much?!  WHO KNEW?!  Listen to this fascinating conversation (no really, it is!) between TN’s Harper Feist and musician/author/speaker Rodney Orpheus. He has a new Cassandra Complex release and it’s AWESOME!! Check it out on Spotify! 

  • 2022-04-12 Thelema Now! Guest: Frater BarrabbasThelema Now host Harper Feist goes toe-to-toe with witch and author Frater Barrabbas.  Across their wide-ranging talk they discuss Goetia, witchcraft, elementals and more!  Frater’s latest book is “Elemental Powers for Witches” published by Llewellyn.  
  • 2022-03-27 Thelema Now! Guest: Richard Kaczynski (2022)Thelema Now host Harper Feist talks with Brother Richard Kaczynski about The Sword of Song: Called By Christians The Book of the Beast.  Check it out! 
  • 2021-12-28 Thelema Now! Algol from the band Mehenet

    Thelema Now’s Harper Feist talks to Algol from the band Mehenet.  Algol is also an OTO Brother, in addition to his other ritual practices.  Check out Mehenet’s Bandcamp page – and check out the full song  Dona Sete at the end of the interview! Listen and enjoy!

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