AEON BYTE GNOSTIC RADIO & STIRRING THE CAULDRON
I had a great conversation with Miguel Conner on his Aeon Byte Gnostic Radio, which resulted in an episode titled Gnosis of the East, Ragnarök and the Kali Yuga. You can listen to it via the link below, or on iTunes, or the website of the radio show. This is a partial show; to listen to the second half of the interview, you should become a member at thegodabovegod.com
Below is the presentation of the show:
"We gain deep esoteric secrets from one man’s journey to discover authentic and unbroken magical traditions in the East. In a beautifully evocative account, we find ancient Gnosis through his eyes, from forbidden sexual rites to Dionysian religious festivals, from entering the black womb of the goddess Kali to experiencing the Abraxas-like countenance of Shiva himself. Even more, this odyssey brought new awakenings in the West and a return to pagan roots — with an ultimate encounter with forgotten Scandinavian gods ushering Ragnarok (which eerily relates to the dusk of the Kali Yuga). In the end, all these revelations point to how the Gnostic attitude on the cosmos is close to right, as well as the inner nature of all gods."
I also was a guest of Marla Brooks show Stirring the Cauldron. You listen to it on Youtube via the link below. Here is the description of the show:
"It is believed that human civilization degenerates spiritually during the Kali Yuga, which is referred to as the Dark Age because in it people are as far away as possible from God. And in his new book, Journeys in the Kali Yuga, Aki Cederberg traveled extensively to places like Nepal, the Himalayas and throughout India immersed himself in a wide variety of Indian culture and practice. The odyssey was both amazingly difficult and spiritually enlightening, and the book is not one that the reader can easily put down. After all his journeys far and wide, the circle has closed and Aki's dreams and travels lead his restless spirit back to his ancestral home where he can take the authentic and unbroken magical traditions from the East and reawaken them in the West."