The Psychospiritual Legacy of the Beatles
A conversation between me, Anderson Todd, and Rebel Wisdom's David Fuller about nostalgia, analog tech, nostalgia, surveillance, and why the Beatles still fascinate.
Wilson developed a wayward if deeply self-reflexive theory and dialectical method of visionary practice, one that, amidst the paranoia, presented its own deconstructive and libertarian vision of gnosis.
Consciousness Culture from a California perspective, plus news, notes, and reviews.
Explore the Expanding Mind archive
Where to dig through the hundreds of conversations I had over the years. Thank you Progressive Radio Network!
Finding Meaning in the Weirdness
Raising skeptical questions about the Psycheelic Renaissance; aka, I blow my shot at the big time.
Between Sacred & Profane: Psychedelic Culture, Drug Spiritualities, and Contemporary America.
Exploring the thickening liminal zone between psychedelics and religion in today's world.
I go deep after a year reflecting on conspiracy, psychedelics, media, and the dark powers afoot.
Ghostwriting at the Crossroads
Two wordsmiths discuss the myth of the Word.
A conversation with Jules Evans and Erica Magill about the weirdness afoot.
Technology, Psychedelics, and the Future of Religion
What do we do with religion in the modern world? And how will psychedelics mix it up?
Magic and Ecology
Animism is not a fairy-tale dust bunny. It is a philosophically and aesthetically valid ethics of being in the world.
The Rise of Psychedelic Capitalism
An intelligent and incisive investigation of the rapidly changing space of "corporadelics."
Born in the Kali Yuga
A feral DIY soundbath for mystic travelers.
Talking with Earl Fontainelle about Robert Anton Wilson, Meester Crowley, and 70s esoterica.
Some of the best conversations about religion are between disaffected scholars.