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Neville Goddard: A Cosmic Philosopher

Neville Goddard was perhaps the last century’s most intellectually substantive and charismatic purveyor of the philosophy generally called New Thought, a spiritual vision that says everything you see and experience, including other people, is the result of your own thoughts and emotional states.

324px Green Tara as Prajnyaparamita. Sumtsek hall at Alci monastery Ladakh ca. 3d quarter of the 11th century

The Goddess and the Garden

As the LSD and DMT met, they dissolved my body into a hundred-thousand electric bees and with the Snap, Crackle and Pop I was thrust into a giant domed structure the size of a sports stadium.

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Musica Speculativa – Occult Roots in Sound and Vision (Part 1)

It is from the secret pages of the ‘Book of Nature’ that the original meaning of the ‘occult’ was first drawn. As lovely as one finds the careful curve of a daimonic sigil, the cunning craft of a cautiously cut wand, or the potent poesis evoked by a proper turn of mantric phrase, these are but aesthetic adornments lavished on deeper essential elements. Music remains one of the most powerful ways to return our attention to the secret root at the heart of occultism.


Journeys with the Goddess

[The Ayahuasca Monologues] • The ayahuasca journey deconstructed my reality and identity and sent new light into
my being. The world had become fluid and malleable. I had embarked on the
path of realizing my power to manifest reality, heal, and
move through the interdimensional shamanic worlds.


Power of Sound Revealed

The new double album by Libson's Blasted Mechanism fuses reggae, jazz, hindi, ska, prog rock, and electronica into an alien tribal expression. [video]


A Gate-Crashing Journey at Joshua Tree

Through many years of yoga practice, I had developed an easy talent for accessing unusual
realms of consciousness. Yet I was aware that another set of tools existed for such attainment. Could eating hashish enable me to — as the song by the Doors put it — break on through
to the other side? 


My Lunch With Mihoko

In my 20's I was part of a second
wave of Buddhist transmission to America. I knew two generations of artists with Buddhist inclinations, and in interviews with them, all roads led back to the
Japanese scholar, Dr. D.T. Suzuki. Who was this
unassuming person who had helped change the direction
of American culture? 

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