The Infinite and the Beyond — Podcast: Episode 031 — Financial Sorcery


The Infinite and the BeyondPodcast: Episode 031 — Financial Sorcery

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In the latest episode of The Infinite and the Beyond, we speak with author, teacher, and sorcerer Jason Miller about his work and his new book Financial Sorcery, magical strategies to create real and lasting wealth. Learn about the glyphs of Jupiter and ways to apply magickal techniques to help improve your life. In a Corner in the Occult we learn about the often over looked illustrator of the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot, Pamela Colman Smith. Not only was she a member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, but she also knew famous photographer Alfred Stieglitz and did book illustrations for both William Butler Yeats and Bram Stoker. Later in the show, we finally get to see who won a copy of Leslie Fish’s album “Avalon is Risen” that was featured back in Episode #029. In the Essence of Magick, we learn about “symbols” and what role they play in the work of the magickal practitioner. We get to hear several pieces of new music by Damh the Bard from his recent album “Antlered Crown and Standing Stone.” All this and more in this latest episode!


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Chris Orapello

Pagan artist, witch, animist, and host of "Down at the Crossroads" a podcast that features one on one interviews and discussions with today’s most influential Pagan artists, authors, musicians, teachers, leaders, bloggers, podcasters, and more! Exploring topics that will turn the Pagan community on its head in an attempt to gain a new perspective on life, all while hearing some great music by today’s greatest Pagan and Pagan inspired musicians and bands.Down at the Crossroads is where today’s Paganism crosses paths with the world!

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  • The Well Dressed Man

    If there’s indeed Magick to be performed in the financial sector, my impression is that the Black Lodge are happily in their element. Voodoo economics indeed. Complex financial products like derivatives are perhaps the most occult thing we have going in the 21st century.