10.28.14 Lenon Honor, The Space Between
10.21.14 Laird Scranton, The Young Blood Brass Band
10.02.14 Andy Laub, D.L. Marble
09.23.14 Hollie McNish, Otis Heat
09.16.14 Gregory Sams, The Jimmys
09.04.14 Randy Powell, ISSA
08.25.14 Joy Camp, The Druthers
08.18.14 Crichton E Miller, Fred Cusinato
08.03.14 Gabriel D. Roberts
07.16.14 Richard Cassaro
07.08.14 John Major Jenkins, Jane Joyce
06.25.14 David Whitehead and The Family Business
06.18.14 Scott Onstott, Elsa Va
09.14.14 Jim Fetzer
09.06.14 Jim Fetzer, Alan Green, and Andras Jones
09.05.14 Max Igan
09.03.14 Angela Kelley
11.10.12 Rick Simpson
07.30.14 David McGowan
07.23.14 Prof. James H.Fetzer
07.17.14 EA Koetting
07.02.14 Dr. Colin Ross
06.25.14 Andrieh Vitimus
06.14.14 Jan Irvin and Joseph Atwill
05.31.14 EA Koetting
05.17.14 Andrieh Vitimus, Hands-On Chaos Magick
05.12.14 Mother's Day Show
04.26.14 Lon Milo DuQuette
04.12.14 FraterX and Mike Cross on Noah
04.06.14 Brave New Books
03.29.14 Ras Ben
Spilled Blood, A False God & Real Estate is a graphic novel about the Israeli Occupation of Palestinian land. Written and illustrated by Rabbi Borukh Goldberg, it collects poetry examining the destructive effects this Occupation has had on the souls of everyone involved, occupiers as well as occupied. In stark, yet detailed, red, white & black illustrated pages, the corrosiveness of ethnic hatred is demonstrated.
Some of the topics addressed concisely in this book are: -Operation Cast Lead against Gaza -Torture in Israeli prisons -Conflicted settlements in Hebron -Seizure of Palestinian orchards & farms on the West Bank
The book calls for an end to the political misuse of religion and an end to military violence. Ultimately, although the current reality outlined by the pictures and words is bleak, a way forward --for those courageous enough to take it-- is suggested.
This month on Film, Literature and the New World Order we’re joined by Will Morgan of The Sync Book to discuss Aldous Huxley’s final novel, Island. A philosophical exploration of Huxley’s imagined utopia, Island raises the question of what paradise looks like and how it can be achieved. Join James and Will for this exploration of the subject from two different viewpoints and discover more about Huxley’s most overlooked work.
ASTROMUSIK is an art project that draws from an Ancient Greek lineage
of thought called the Harmony of the Spheres. The author speculates
about the influence of Western Astrology, Alchemy, and Kabbalah upon
the development of techniques common to Western music and tonal
The book describes a composition technique developed by the author,
called Tone Color Alchemy, that borrows from inner teachings of the
Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and Paul Foster Case of the B.O.T.A.
In the book, the author describes a technical method for the
translation of words, tarot cards, and astrological charts into
musical sequences called "musical seed sigils". These seeds become the
basis of the songwriter's composition process, without dictating any
laws of voice leading or harmony.
The Tone Color Alchemy technique allows a high degree of creative
freedom, while at the same time introducing opportunities for the
integration of a magical process never before featured in the printed
medium. This book is recommended for anyone interested in bridging
their understanding of the Western Hermetic Mystery tradition with
Was Jesus actually an enlightened Master belonging to a Shiva-centric sect of Indian mystics? The Yogic Gospel of Thomas sheds new light onto this question by considering alternate accounts of Jesus’ lost years and exploring the philosophical common ground between the Gospel of Thomas and the yogic mysticism of India, particularly Kashmir Shaivism. Of note are the blatant references to concrete symbols belonging to Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism), such as the five trees of Lord Indra’s garden paradise and the iconic Nataraj (Dancing Shiva), as well as the more subtle components of these secret sayings of Jesus that only a fellow mystic would notice. Inner lights, sounds, equanimity, Divine peace, the Guru-disciple relationship, and self-knowledge are all addressed. What was formerly hidden in plain sight is turned over and examined from every angle.
The Yogic Gospel of Thomas is unique because it is written by someone who not only studies and is knowledgeable in the relevant sets of conceptual frameworks and philosophical disciplines, but who also lives the practice associated with them, who has had the inner experiences that breathed life into these ancient teachings in the first place, and who is connected to (and can connect you to) a tradition that is still alive and well today; a modern analogue to precisely what Jesus represented in Judea and India over 2,000 years ago. As much as it is interesting brain food, The Yogic Gospel of Thomas is equally, if not more so, a practicum and a lifeline. May it serve you well.
Written by Swami Anantananda Giri
Edited by Jason Barrera and Alan Green Cover design by Jason Barrera