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.
- Thelema Now! Guest: Joseph Alexander Robicheaux
Thelema Now host Harper Feist talks to Joseph Alexander Robicheaux, also known as Ya sezi Bo Oungan. They talk about voodoo, working with Papa Legba, and how you know your magick is working.
To find out more about Joseph’s book – visit the Hadean Press website!
- Thelema Now! Guest: Alkistis Dimech
Thelema Now host Harper Feist talks to Alkistis Dimech, who is a dancer and choreographer, as well as a writer. Her current work is an exploration of female mysteries and sexuality through the nymph – veiled, as elemental divinity, the bride or nubile woman, mantis, and clitoris – articulated in a projected cycle of dances, Apocalyptería. Her new work is the book The Brazen Vessel published by Scarlet Imprint.
To find out more – visit Alkistis’s website!
- Thelema Now! Guest: BJ Swain, Part II (36 minutes)
This is part 2 of Thelema Now host Harper Feist talking to Brother BJ Swain about his book Living Spirits: A Guide to Magic in a World of Spirits.
BJ discusses working with many different kinds spirits including ancestral and planetary.
- Thelema Now! Guest: BJ Swain, Part 1 (52 minutes)
Thelema Now host Harper Feist talks to Brother BJ Swain about his book Living Spirits: A Guide to Magic in a World of Spirits. BJ discusses working with many different kinds spirits including ancestral and planetary.
These two get to gabbing and the next thing you know – the sun’s coming up! So we are presenting BJ’s interview in two parts. You won’t be disappointed!
- Thelema Now! Topic: Magickal Women Conference
Put together by Sue Terry and Erzebet Barthold, The Magickal Women Conference pays homage to the women of the past who challenged the status quo by embracing mysticism, esotericism, and occult teachings, and to the women who continue those rich traditions through lived practice, performance, and adeptship.
The conference is on Saturday, June 1, 2019 and it is now SOLD OUT. However, there is a waiting list. And with this mush support, perhaps Sue and Erzebet will do it again!
Find out more at magickalwomenconference.com.