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Thelema Coast to Coast #44: December 31, 2007

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On this podcast:

  • Opening music: Invocation of the Barbarous Names by Phosphoros
  • Announcement: Thelema Coast to Coast if going off the air until further notice.
  • Discussion with Keith418
  • Closing Music: Clarmaggeddon by Thelema Trio.

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Total Running Time: 0:23:28
File Size: 10.7MB

posted by jlcrow on 12.31.07 @ 4:23 pm | //[[http://hermetic.com/tctc/archives/category/59.1#respond|0 Comments]] ==== Thelema Coast to Coast #43: October 6, 2007 ==== Listen to the show here! On this podcast: * Opening music: Invocation of the Barbarous Names by Phosphoros * Opening Remarks * Interview Niki Hughes about the Gnosis Festival - There is also a Google Group for Gnosis 2007. * Discussion with Keith418 looking at Thelema, is it a religion? * Interview with David Rankine about the new Golden Hoard book, The Goetia of Dr Rudd. * Closing Music: Hymn of Pan by Coph Nia. Listen to the show here!
Total Running Time: 1:34:18
File Size: 43.1MB
NOTE: This show was meant to be released on Saturday, October 6, 2007. However, due to technical problems with the hosting company, the released was delayed until October 8, 2007. We apologize for the delay.
posted by jlcrow on 10.08.07 @ 11:09 am | //[[http://hermetic.com/tctc/archives/category/52.1#respond|0 Comments]]

Podcast Update

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

Hello everyone. I hope all the podcast listeners are doing well. As for myself, I have begun settling down and adjusting to my new home, Amsterdam. So far the city is great, the Dutch people are extremely kind, and all the international students are very nice. The upside to this is that I am relatively established and can now start working on the next podcast! However, there is a significant amount of lead time necessary to create a podcast. What most people did not know if when I released a podcast I was already working on the next one or two; either having already recorded interviews, working out logistics, etc. So I am starting from scratch on this new one and therefore it will take a little time to line things up. I hope to have podcast #43 released by the end of the month. If anyone has suggestions, comments, etc., please feel free to reply here or email podcast@thelemacoasttocoast.com. Thanks for everyone’s support and patience while I have been involved with my transition. Love is the law, love under will.

John L. Crow

posted by jlcrow on 09.07.07 @ 1:47 am | //[[http://hermetic.com/tctc/archives/category/49.1#respond|0 Comments]] ==== Thelema Coast to Coast #42: June 27, 2007 ==== On this podcast: * Opening music: Invocation of the Barbarous Names by Phosphoros * Opening remarks * Listener feedback * Interview with William Kiesel of Ouroboros Press * Discussion with Keith418 about Hegelian concept on the master and slave relationship and its application to Thelema * Interview with David Jones about the Enochian system and in particular the four elemental tables * Closing Music: The Four Horsemen by Aphrodite’s Child. Listen to the show here!
Total Running Time: 2:08:15
File Size: 58.7MB
posted by jlcrow on 06.27.07 @ 11:30 pm | //[[http://hermetic.com/tctc/archives/category/47.1#comments|2 Comments]]

Thelema Coast to Coast #41: May 29, 2007

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Total Running Time: 2:18:43
File Size: 63.5MB

posted by jlcrow on 05.29.07 @ 1:30 pm | //[[http://hermetic.com/tctc/archives/category/46.1#respond|0 Comments]] ==== Thelema Coast to Coast #40: March 31, 2007 ==== On this podcast: * Opening music: Invocation of the Barbarous Names by Phosphoros * Opening remarks * Listener feedback * Discussion with Monica Rocha regarding her English translation of Marcelo Motta’s //Astral Attack and Defense//. * Discussion with Keith418 about the current state of Crowley publishing in the Thelemic community * Interview with Alfred Vitale about using media as ritual technology. * Closing Music: IO Pan performed by The Russian OTO Listen to the show here!
Total Running Time: 2:12:05
File Size: 60.5MB
posted by jlcrow on 03.31.07 @ 9:00 pm | //[[http://hermetic.com/tctc/archives/category/45.1#respond|0 Comments]]

Thelema Coast to Coast #39: February 13, 2007

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Total Running Time: 1:27:33
File Size: 40.0MB

posted by jlcrow on 02.13.07 @ 10:45 pm | //[[http://hermetic.com/tctc/archives/category/44.1#respond|0 Comments]] ==== Thelema Coast to Coast #38: January 21, 2007 ==== On this podcast: * Opening music: Invocation of the Barbarous Names by Phosphoros * Opening remarks * Listener feedback with the assistance of David Shoemaker * Discussion with Nicole Klagsbrun about her gallery’s exhibit of Marjorie Cameron Parson Kimmel’s artwork * Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery Website * Discussion with Keith418 about the family and its place in magical path and the thelemic community * Follow-up Interview with Jason Augustus Newcomb about his New Hermetics and his associated program * New Hermetics Website * Closing Remarks * Closing Music: Liturgia Gnostica by Phosphoros Listen to the show here!
Total Running Time: 1:17:18
File Size: 35.3MB
posted by jlcrow on 01.21.07 @ 9:30 pm | //[[http://hermetic.com/tctc/archives/category/43.1#respond|0 Comments]]

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