This episode is work safe.
Ultraculture Journal One collects under one cover the most volatile and direct magickal writing currently available in the English language. It will change you at the cellular level. You have been forewarned.
Interview with Jason Louv, editor of Ultraculture Journal One.
We discuss my previous interview with Jason; how Ultraculture Journal One began; why he almost gave up magick as a movement; what he would have done differently with his experience from releasing Generation Hex; his definition of magick; how he became involved with magick; Wicca as fasion crime; a modern day example of magick in the world today; the role of magick in the 21st century; how magick went from a hermeneutic society to an open source culture; Roger Bacon and the Royal Society; science as the bastard child of magick; the rebirth of spirit; the role of philosophy, religion and magick in a world without pain and suffering; the contributors of Ultraculture Journal One.
Featured song is "That Old Black Magic" by The Softones.