Now on YouTube. This program Scptt teeters of FarOutRadio interviews author the fascinating and entertaining Tobias Churton about his latest book, Aleister Crowley: The Beast in Berlin, Art, Sex and Magick in the Weimar Republic. This is Tobias Churton’s second book about Aleister Crowley. The book focuses on Crowley’s time in Berlin from 1930 to 1933 – the end of the Weimar Republic.
"LAShTAL is Home of The Aleister Crowley Society. Committed to the legacy of Aleister Crowley and to Thelema in news, culture and media. Includes news articles, research material, galleries and discussion forums." A review of Aleister Crowley Biography as written by Tobias Churton.
Tobias Churton was recently interviewed by Scott Teeters of FarOutRadio. Here is a review as offered by Lashtal of Churton's biography on the notorious Aleister Crowley:
Aleister Crowley died six decades ago, ignored and forgotten, a figure almost studiously overlooked, almost wilfully disregarded. These days it is often said that by 1947, Crowley was a bogey man, a demonologist dusted off to scare the kiddies at Halloween, a fallen figure of fun, a dishevelled magus in a rumpled robe. But that's simply not true. By the time of his passing, The Beast was entirely 'absent', irrelevant to the world; a shadow no taller than his soul.
What's so odd, then?
Listen to Bob Frissell Share his Sumeria Wisdom on YouTube
Bob Frissell, our FarOutRadio metaphysical expert and author of the best selling Nothing in This Book Is True, But It's Exactly How Things Are returns as our guest this program to reveal the amazing knowledge of the ancient Sumerian texts. Here is an excerpt from his book:
"The Sumerian civilization seemed to arise overnight with no evolution at all. The same is true for Egypt. Egyptian writing appeared one day in its most developed form and went downhill after that. All the ancient civilizations–Sumeria, Babylonia, Egypt, and so on–developed quickly and went downhill immediately.
by David Cain, Raptitude
Over the years I’ve learned dozens of little tricks and insights for making life more fulfilling. They’ve added up to a significant improvement in the ease and quality of my day-to-day life. But the major breakthroughs have come from a handful of insights that completely rocked my world and redefined reality forever.
The world now seems to be a completely different one than the one I lived in about ten years ago, when I started looking into the mechanics of quality of life. It wasn’t the world (and its people) that changed really, it was how I thought of it.
Maybe you’ve had some of the same insights. Or maybe you’re about to.
1. You are not your mind.
Editor: One of the Themes in Jay Weidner's feature Film, Shasta: A Revolution of the Spirit is Dreamtime. Enjoy Jay's explanation of and significance of Dreamtime here:
Prophecy, Spirit and the Dreamtime: The Last Frontier by Jay Weidner
republished from JayWeidner.com
The mythology of our modern, high-tech culture teaches us that the last frontier for humanity is outer space. Somehow, according to this emerging mythos, the fragile human body is supposed to be able to survive the rigors of travel in outer space over vast distances. The writers of science fiction and Star Trek-style television shows would have us believe that human beings can somehow endure through every kind of radiation and danger to successfully colonize other planets and solar systems.
But this notion is probably never going to happen. As this age ends and the next age begins humanity will lose its interest in conquering space. The last 6000 years have been spent conquering the space around us.
The last frontier of humanity is not the conquering of outer space, of other planets and solar systems. As we approach the end of this era we will realize that the last frontier is time.