What Magic is This? is a topic based podcast about Magic, the Occult, the Esoteric, the Paranormal, the Supernatural and the Weird. Each episode revolves around one single topic in the hope that we can flesh out the important aspects one needs to know about it. From history to practices to important figures and more, What Magic is This? is for anyone curious about Magic and the strange world in which we live. If you're looking for the best place to find out about any of these topics, you've found the right Podcast to get you on your way.
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One of the most renown forms of Magic we have today was received by the Arch Mage of England John Dee and his scrying counterpart Edward Kelley. No doubt, even if you have a cursory knowledge of the world of Magic, the word "Enochian" conjures up man... more
The concept of what can be called Occult is fairly easy to pin down, but what can we say about "Occultism?" Ask seven Occultists and you will get seven wildly different answers. And yet it truly is a huge part of what has always seemingly bubbled bel... more
Despite being written off by quite a few folks within the Occult and Magic as New Age nonsense, Stones, Gems and Crystals have been a part of Magic for... Forever. As soon as we were able to pick up stones and rocks, we were utilizing them as spiritu... more
can confirm Value Village would not re-sell ouija boards (late 1980s, Spokane, WA USA)
Just discovered your podcast a week ago! Enjoying it very much! Very interesting!
I wrote a review when I first started listening to the podcast because I started from the beginning and I didn’t think I would continue with it because of how off-put I was by the first few episodes. However, I gave it another try and it does get a lot better as he starts including more people who are knowledgeable about the occult. This is one of the best deep-dives into occult history I’ve stumbled across in a podcast. Most people just make podcasts about magick and stick to what they know or ... more
So he left the seminary in 1836 at age 26...after a possible affair with a GIRL he was tutoring for first holy communion....which from what I can tell was something undertaken at around age 12 at the time (not age 7 as it is now)...but with a couple of years training prior 🤔 ...yes I see why you might prefer to skate over that....
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What Magic Is This? launched 4 years ago and published 124 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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