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  • Thelema Now! Guest: Carl Abrahamsson 2017 (42 minutes)

    Let's get loud!  Frater Puck and Carl Abrahamsson talk in person at a lively coffee shop about newest issue of his journal Fenris Wolf. 

    You can check out Carl's works at: carlabrahamsson.com and trapart.net. Order Fenris Wolf at by clicking here!  

    Also - listen until the end to hear the composition "UnconsciousSexuality" by Carl and his wife Vanessa Sinclair. 

     

     

  • Thelema Now! Guest: Deborah Castellano (55 minutes)

    Glamour Magic: The Witchcraft Revolution to Get What You Want is the latest book from Deborah Castellano. She discusses the book - and well as how to use glamour effectively - with Thelema Now host Harper Feist. 

  • Thelema Now! Guest: David Shoemaker (2017) 30 mins

    Dr. David Shoemaker returns to Thelema Now to discuss his latest work, Karl Germer Selected Letters 1928-1962.

    Karl Germer (1885-1962) was Aleister Crowley’s successor as head of the magical order A.’.A.’. and Outer Head of Ordo Templi Orientis. His legacy, however, is mostly known through the work of his students and confidantes. Little has been published about the life, teachings, and spiritual experiences of this most dedicated Thelemite. In an effort to shed some light upon Germer's life’s work, the Temple of the Silver Star now makes available this selection from a lifetime of correspondence.

    You'd be crazy not to listen! 

  • Thelema Now! Guest: Scott Stenwick

    Scott Stenwick gave the lecture Enochian 101 at Leaping Laughter Lodge. Enjoy!

  • Thelema Now Peter Levenda 2017

    Drawing on decades of experience, author and historian Peter Levenda turns to the novel as the best and perhaps only way to tell a story that has to be told – that hidden within the tales of America's most iconic writer of gothic horror, H.P. Lovecraft, runs a vein of actual terror.

    Gregory Angell, the present-day descendant of George Angell in Lovecraft's “Call of Cthulhu,” is summoned by a nameless covert agency of the US government to retrieve a sacred book from the grasp of an Islamist terror network operating out of northern Iraq, in the land of the Yezidi. Peter explains where all this comes from and how he had to continually update the book in light of current events.  

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