Magick, spirituality, and the paranormal -- in personal experience and practice. Exploring the mystical, psychological, and internal dimensions of contemporary occultism and magick. Support the podcast and access additional content at: https://patreon.com/oeith
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We confront this most terrifying item of magical equipment, to explore what makes it so volatile, considering: my first experience of Ouija; the tendency of Ouija to creep into more direct forms of manifestation; the lifelong impact of these experien... more
Joined by my good friend Paul, we discuss the ethics of magick and the integration of ethics into magical practice, exploring: a somewhat unethical hexing; retaliation, its justifications and alternatives; proportionality; the lack of an ethical fram... more
Blowing the dust off some old diaries, we reflect on how kasina meditation generates magical powers, exploring: kasina practice and its rejuvenation by Daniel Ingram; the corruption of the original texts; the need for fresh terminology; different typ... more
Therapeutic, insightful, full of wisdom. Brings the threads together if you are looking for a synthesis of esoteric, psychoanalytic and political models of understanding this and the adjoining worlds.
I stumbled upon this podcast by searching “Occult” on Apple Podcasts. I’m beyond grateful that I did. I struggle with multiple mental illnesses, and the description of ancestral trauma introduced me to a feeling of resolute introspectiveness that I’d never before experienced. I will be back for more. This podcast truly is a gem of wisdom, kindness, and valuable insight.
So I was looking for a podcast that touched me in my exploration of the divine, and here I stumble on this show. The topics explored here are so deep, thought-provoking and really helping me to form the foundations of my esoteric study. He covers the philosophical aspects of the occult and explores and explains deep and profound concepts in amazing clarity. His voice is a dream to listen to; so gentle and soothing and it makes me feel like I’m curled up on a cloud. I recommend this 100%.
So glad that Duncan’s come out of silence to regularly produce podcasts on the occult that hew more closely to the mystical end of the spectrum. Hope you’ll continue to produce regular episodes, keep up the great work!
This is an extremely insightful podcast. I could very much relate to the experiences and synchronicities in episode 2 on death and the psychosis/ awakening spectrum in episode 3. Each episode so far has given me a plethora of interesting topics and therapeutic methods to further delve into. Thank you and keep up the great work!
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Occult Experiments in the Home launched a year ago and published 38 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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