In this MABcon episode, the gang takes a field trip to visit Twin Peaks locations. Then we talk about Twin Peaks! Then we talk about Oklahomans, the post-job economy, and more Twin Peaks! Please join us for MABcon 2017!
The Twin Peaks locations we visited were in North Bend and Snoqualmie Falls, Washington. We recorded at Snoqualmie Falls Brewery, and on the ferry, and at our Secret Headquarters.
“Holy crap! Donald Trump is Judy!”
Hey everybody! Since I’ve been learning more and more about audio editing and mixing and all of that stuff, I went back to episode 7, where Caedmon “We’ll fix it in post” Webb interviews Heather and Valerie from Le Droit Humain. This has been one of our most popular episodes, so it always bugged me that it sounded so bad. Now it’s vastly improved.
Go check it out and see what you think!
(Wait, now that I think about it, maybe I should be more concerned that our most popular episode doesn’t have any of us on it.)
YOU GUYS, I GOT TO INTERVIEW SCOTT GOSNELL! Okay, okay, I’m calming down. In this episode, Erik interviews Scott Gosnell, entrepreneur, scientist, writer, wizard, autodidact, and translator of the collected works of Giordano Bruno. We spend a lot of time diving into Bruno’s life and works, but we also talk about other stuff. It is a really fascinating conversation that touches on the origins of psychology, the art of memory, Neoplatonism, and even Dzogchen Buddhism.
No beer this episode! We recorded in the middle of the day so it seemed like a bad idea.
Links and Notes
“It seems like Giordano Bruno’s superpower was pissing people off. And memorizing things.”
Join us as Erik interviews Seyta Selter, ancestral healing practitioner and professor of consciousness studies and dreams at The Evergreen State College. Seyta was once the head lady at Duchess Clothier and now does incredible healing work with ancestral lineage work. It is pretty amazing stuff. Listen and see! Seyta has learned to listen to her intuition and dreams to guide her life in incredible directions.
We were so busy talking that we only drank one beer, Ancestry Brewing‘s Oatmeal Stout.
Links, Books, Notes
By the way, Erik was wrong again this episode. Ancestry Brewing is located in Sellwood, which is a neighborhood in Portland, and not in Estacada, a city completely separate from Portland.
In this episode, Erik interviews Aaron David from Charm the Water. Join us for a lesson in beer tasting and a discussion about magical journals, the occult, and other crazy stuff.
- Ommegang Three Philosophers
- Wildcraft Oak-Aged Kiwi Cider
- New Belgium Voodoo Ranger IPA
We encourage you to visit Growler’s Taproom in Portland, Oregon!
Topics and Links
Come and see us at the Conference on Esotericism on Freemasonry on October 21st!
By the way, Brewery Ommegang is actually in Cooperstown, New York. Erik is wrong again.
Join us as we interview Soror Tzadkiel, the creatrix of the Rota Tarot! Our conversation ranges from occult symbolism in cartoons to the history, philosophy and use of Tarot. Soror Tzadkiel has immense Tarot knowledge and she’s eager to share it! If you want to follow along with our discussion, you should get out your deck of Tarot cards (preferably the Rota Tarot) and get the Major Arcana in order.
“You want your lobster to take the yellow brick road.”
Check out the Rota Tarot!
Erik drinks a Gigantic Oyster Mushroom Saison. Matt drinks “a foamy beer”. Soror Tzadkiel drinks kombucha!
Remember to check out Soror Tzadkiel’s Rota Tarot and explore the other stuff that she announced in this podcast!
In this episode, Matt and Erik go to Puckerfest at Belmont Station. Puckerfest is an annual celebration of wild and sour ales.
In this episode, we also reveal that the Esoteric Book Conference isn’t happening in 2017. Sad face!
This is just a list of all the beers, not necessarily who’s in charge of tasting them.
- pFriem Brett IPA
- pFriem Gose
- pFriem Bosbessen
- pFriem Abrikoos
- pFriem Peche
- Double Mountain Ranier Kriek 2013
- pFriem Flanders Red Ale
- pFriem Oude Kriek
- Bell’s Mango Habanero Oberon
- De Ranke XX Bitter
- Santiam Pirate Stout
- Nectar Creek Mango Sour Mead
Links and Topics
“The description is right on. It says blueberry lambic blah blah blah blah blah.” — Matt Anthony
In this Erik solo episode, we hear about the Twin Peaks finale. Don’t listen to this episode unless you want spoilers!
Erik also discusses his current magical practices, Rufus Opus, Frater Ashan Chassan, grimoire work, and his magical smart altar. Dive into the weird world of the weird stuff!
You’ll also get to hear about Erik’s solar eclipse adventure and his interests in amateur stargazing.
Remember, Erik wants you to clean your altar regularly.
Joey and Erik are joined by guest host Nate Neff as we interview Larry Roberts of Miskatonic Books and Azoth Press. We talk to Larry about alchemy, Freemasonry (this is not a Masonic podcast), and his publishing empire. This interview goes long but it is filled with fascinating details and lots of great information about alchemy, both material and spiritual.
This episode is filled with hidden goodies. We go off topic to discuss scrying techniques, Oregon, the Art of Memory, ceremonial magic, and all sorts of things.
We shared a lot of different beers this episode.
- Oakshire Overcast Espresso Stout
- Breakside Wanderlust IPA
- pFriem Family Brewing Summer Pale Ale
- GoodLife Comatose Imperial IPA
- Ninkasi Total Domination IPA
The second half of the episode, we drink Woodford Reserve Distiller’s Select Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey.
Links and Topics
During the recording of this episode, Larry graciously agreed for Miskatonic Books to sponsor this podcast. Make sure you check them out!
Nate and Joey interviewing Larry Roberts
Larry Roberts being interviewed by My Alchemical Bromance
This episode has an all-star cast! Matt, Erik, and Joey are joined by Nate Neff and Amy Anthony. We celebrate the Summer Solstice by drinking beers and talking about how things have changed since we started the podcast. Perhaps the most interesting conversation in this episode is when we share stories of growing up in a variety of strict religious organizations. Crazy!
Recording this one was an adventure. We sat outside and had to deal with wind and traffic noise. Matt’s recorder ran out of space halfway through, too! In other words, sound might be funny.
We recorded outside at the Lompoc Hedge House on Southeast Division Street in Portland. This is a lovely location and Erik has been a regular here for many years. They have a great happy hour with cheese dip.
We drank all Lompoc beers. This is a great Portland brewery and you should check them out if you haven’t. We drank a lot of beers.
- Lompoc Special Draft (LSD)
- Pamplemousse Citrus IPA
Links and Subjects
Trust and obey for there’s no other way to be happy in Jesus but to trust and obey.