Discussions about the future are almost always framed in terms of a tug of war for tomorrow between the forces of utopia and dystopia. Prognosticators love to promise us either the apocalypse or immortality, but when have things ever never been that cut and dry?
Last night marked my return to Adam Sayne’s Conspiranormal podcast. Unlike the vast majority of interviews I’ve done during the past few months regarding my book, Chameleo, this conversation centers mainly on my first book, Cryptoscatology: Conspiracy Theory as Art Form…
In this installment of the Free Radical Media podcast, anarchist activist and The Fifth Column News author John Carico returns to discuss Wikileaks, the 2016 election, his new weekly show “How to Overthrow and Empire,” (co-hosted by Eric Scott Pickard) and more.
In this installment of the Free Radical Media podcast, we are joined by Blue Cobalt of Living Paradise. Cobalt and his team are working on a multi-season documentary series, “Intentional,” which documents Intentional Communities of all kinds across the country, and soon, the world.
Erik Davis holds a PhD in Religious Studies, hosts the Expanding Mind podcast and is the author of the fantastic book Techgnosis.
In this installment, the Free Radical Media crew is joined by our friend and repeat guest Dr. Bones, the Hoodoo Anarchist Sorcerer of the Revolution.
Mitch Schultz is a filmmaker (DMT the Spirit Molecule, Huachuma) and culture creator. He leverages his artistic talents to open minds, educate and encourage existential exploration via vessels like his multimedia platform, MYTHAPHI, his films and his numerous podcast and speaking appearances.
Two of the biggest stories the last two weeks — Black Lives Matter and Pokémon Go. One might not think that there is much of an overlap — but they’d be wrong.
Dr. Strassman’s newest work, DMT and the Soul of Prophecy explores the similarities between the visions of the biblical prophets and the DMT state described by his research volunteers.
In this episode, magickal practitioner, psychonaut, Disinfonaut, and writer Thad McKraken joins us to discuss his new book and current magickal explorations.
he UK’s decision to leave the EU is a historic moment and its impact will be felt for decades to come. It was therefore of paramount importance that the public was in possession of the facts they needed to make a well informed decision before entering the voting booth. The problem is, the facts were not reported.
You may have heard a lot about so-called ‘Special Snowflake Millennials’ lately. The term has been growing in popularity, but what does it really mean?
Thai grew up in a small(ish) town in Arizona. He is Mexican and Gay. He is no stranger to discrimination. His outspoken style has, at times, found him at odds with members of the LGBT community and others, even costing him work.
His show, The Psychedelic Salon, offers a comprehensive collection of verbal serenades from disruptive visionaries like Timothy Leary, Terence McKenna, Alex Grey, Sasha Shulgin and many others.
We talk about the mechanics of the BBC, the concept of having a national media network not motivated by profit, creating science-influenced content, doing comedy in a country different from that of your birth and at the end we get in a heated discussion about the flaws of the US Healthcare system and why a Universal system would be a better model.
I can’t help but feel that we’re permanently teetering on the edge of a world changing war. What with recent fly overs from Russian jets, North Korean nuclear tests and the knowledge that there are over 15,000 nuclear weapons worldwide, we appear to be one world leader’s bad day away from a cataclysmic event.
In this episode of the Free Radcial Media podcast, hosts Eric Scott Pickard and Patrick Ryan talk with Jamie Janover about the Unified Field Theory of Nassim Haramein, as well as physics and science in general and the culture of Scientism and dogmatism that pervades modern mainstream culture.
Chris along with Carmen Morales and Ron Placone talk Bill Hicks, Sam Kinison, Jonathan Winters, painting, Robert Crumb, Harvey Pekar, Jerry Garcia, Marilyn Monroe and similarities between crafting a painting and crafting a joke.
Raja Michael is an activist who has traveled to different parts of the world and worked for various NGOs and non-profits. While she has had many positive experiences, she has also experienced racism, sexism, and corrupt flaws in various systems.
If we spent as much time nurturing our passions as we do our fear, the world would be a much shiner place.
Dennis McKenna and Bruce Damer on Terence McKenna, Psychedelic Education, Inner Journeys, Initiations and More
There are a few unicorns running around who’ve figured out a way to re-appropriate the dusty old construct of academia to their own terms.
Welcome to the Matrix! Physicist Tom Campbell on Simulation Theory, Quantum Weirdness and Consciousness (PART 1)
The idea that we’re living in some sort of simulated universe makes a lot of people supremely uncomfortable. Unfortunately for them, the logic behind the simulation argument is pretty sound
The Heavenly States are a rock band out of Austin via the Bay Area. They are the first rock band to ever play Libya.
Join me as I rant about my new book and the merging of technology and mysticism.
Upon Google’s well documented purchase of British Artificial Intelligence start-up DeepMind, it’s founder, Demis Hassabis, unveiled his two step plan for the company