Hello, my name is Cozy DeRosa, and this is Natural Madness. It is a podcast about the human experience. From religion to the mind, this podcast aims to explore our connection to the world and the worlds connection to us. Every other Sunday there will be new episodes exploring these themes. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cozy-derosa/support
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On this week’s podcast I discuss the mysteries of the human will. How is it different from the will of animals? How powerful can it become? I Discuss all these things. I also explain the relationship that the human will has to magic and esoteric idea... more
On this podcast I finally discus magic and the dangers of the black arts. It was a long time coming, and if you are interested in what magic is, go ahead and listen. This will be the first of many that go over magical thought. Not only do I explain t... more
This week’s podcast I go over Hinduism and its connection to esoteric thought. Hinduism is one of the world's oldest religions, with some suggesting it being as old as the universe itself. If you are interested in Hinduism or religion in general, tun... more
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Natural Madness launched 6 months ago and published 14 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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