Thursday, 30 September 2010

Blog Talk Radio Dion Fortune and the Magical Battle of Britain presentation

I have just presented on Blog Talk Radio the lecture I also recently gave in Glastonbury on Dion Fortune and the Magical Battle of Britain. It features the events of 1940 and my own experiences in the 90s when I felt inspired to recreate the Tor-centred visualisations.

It can be listened to here:

Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Crowley Glastonbury lecture

I am lecturing this Sunday Sept 26th at the Assembly Rooms in Glastonbury High St on Aleister Crowley.

Presentation is between 3:15 to 4:15 and is part of a Mystic & Earth Spirit Fayre including other lectures. £5.00 secures entry to all lectures. £3.50 individual topics.

I shall be looking beyond the legend of infamy and will quickly dispose of the nonsense associated with the idea of 2400 child murders, introducing Crowley as multi-faceted pioneer of quantum psychology and authentic prophet of the world that was emerging during his lifetime.

Material is taken from my Crowley book.

Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Crowley and Jung Blog Talk Radio presentation.

I have just presented an hour-long piece on Blog Talk Radio looking at Crowley and Jung together through a comparison of The Book of the Law and the Seven Sermons to the Dead.The material was largely drawn from the chapter Gnostic Revival in my Aleister Crowley and the Aeon of Horus.

Listen to it here:

Saturday, 11 September 2010

Glastonbury Dion Fortune 1940 magic lecture

I will be lecturing on Dion Fortune and the Magical Battle of Britain on Wed Sept 15th at the Grail Centre, 24 Chilkwell St, Glastonbury (near Chalice Well)between 7.30 and 9.30.

As well as the material contained in the letters published by Gareth Knight I shall also discuss Himmler's Wewelsburg Grail castle and modern revivals of the Tor 1940 material I produced in the nineties.

Tuesday, 7 September 2010

Glastonbury Psychogeography lecture

I shall be lecturing at Labyrinth Books in Glastonbury High St on Thursday Sept 9th at 6.30 on the "personality" of Glastonbury as expressed by John Cowper Powys, Katharine Maltwood, and Dion Fortune.

Some mysterious quality of the legendary locale seems to have been stirring during the late twenties and early thirties of the last century. Three great figures responded in their own unique ways.
An examination of this and how we can be inpired in modern times by cultivating sensitivity to the multitudinous aethyrs of Avalon.

£4.00 admission.