As a guy who’s been channeling sometimes verifiable intel from what most would erroneously refer to as “aliens” for nearly a decade now, I’m going with a yes here (although I’d say it’s an interaction between them and their lower dimensional daemonic brethren, who are themselves aspiring angels, who are what now? Aspiring Gods). The UFO’s aren’t going away people, and no, they’re not from another planet per se. In fact, one of history’s greatest scientific minds devoted nearly a decade of his life to communicating with these freaks. All a way of me pointing out that Jason Louv’s new book on John Dee drops today, so check it.
I personally haven’t had a chance to read the thing yet, but I’m certainly looking forward to digging in. One of the traits I’ve always found fascinating about Dee is that he was wise enough to realize his rational scientific mind was incapable of doing something more abstract like channeling, which takes an completely different skill set. This is of course why he enlisted a freak like Edward Kelley to take that on for him. Modern scientists have unfortunately largely lost track of this inherent awareness of their own limitations and in a way I fear advances in computer technology have emboldened their ignorance/arrogance on that front. We’re all part of the same psychic super structure. I can space you the fuck out on guitar, but do you really think I could design a delay pedal? No fucking way. We are in dire need of scientists who embrace the idea that their skill set only represents one side of the coin, in the same way I acknowledge I could never program something like Photoshop. If you can’t understand things like mind art, subjective metaphor, and conjoined narrative, you’ll never understand the spirit realm so y’all need people like me to help you out there. This should be obvious to everyone but it isn’t.
Anywho, tangent over, here are the deets:
Jason also did a great piece on the mostly baseless “Barbara Bush was Aleister Crowley’s granddaughter” conspiracy theory last week. Worth checking out for sure. Also, if you’ve never watched Terrence McKenna’s classic piece on Alchemy and how it relates to John Dee, totally worth it: