Electronic musician Sarah Davachi talks about analog synthesizers, reverberating cathedrals, and her amazing new ambient drone album All My Circles Run.
Tracking the Wild
Wildlife tracker Meghan Walla-Murphy talks about following bears, reading the landscape, and cultivating relationships across species (and political) lines.
Criminologist Charlotte Walsh talks about cognitive liberty, neurotechnologies, and how human rights plays to the decriminalization of psychedelics.
Alt-Right Meme Magic
Media researcher Florian Cramer dissects meme magic, Pepe the Frog, and the nihilism of the digital alt-right.
LSD chemist Tim Scully talks about acid idealism, biofeedback, and the new documentary The Sunshine Makers.
Photographer Shannon Taggart talks about Spiritualist mediums, orbs, and the metaphysics of photography
Drug and consciousness historian Mike Jay talks about lunacy, Bedlam, Big Pharma, and the history of mental illness.
The Politics of Divination
Joshua Ramey talks about oracles, markets, spontaneous order, and his new book The Politics of Divination.
Hugh Urban talks about Rajneesh, freak tantra, intellectual property and religion, and his new book Zorba the Buddha.
Ketamine & Transformation
MAPS researcher Dr. Phil Wolfson talks about psychedelic transformation, secular Buddhism, and his new edited collection The Ketamine Papers
Critic Brian Chidester talks about his new collection of songs by Eden Ahbez, a California composer and hippie prophet whose wrote the tune "Nature Boy."
The artist John F. Simon, Jr talks about multimedia, contemplative practice, and his new book Drawing Your Own Path: 33 Practices at the Crossroads of Art and Meditation.
Fantasy novelist John Crowley talks about alchemy, belief, and his new translation of the 17th century hermetic classic, The Chemical Wedding by Christian Rosenkreutz.
The Yoga of Entheogens
The OG American yogi Ganga White talks about gurus, psychedelics, flow, and the value of a pathless path.
The Peacock Angel
Occultist "Azi Rasa" talks about the contemporary plight of the Yazidi, an Iraqi religious minority whose worship of the Peacock Angel has inspired fascination from modern occultists and genocidal hatred from ISIL.