Ultraculture With Jason Louv

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Jason Louv brings together thinkers from the worlds of spirituality, high technology and the counterculture with some of the most challenging issues we face today. Change your focus, change your reality.


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Jason Louv brings together thinkers from the worlds of spirituality, high technology and the counterculture with some of the most challenging issues we face today. Change your focus, change your reality.






Ep. 144: Carl Abrahamsson on Genesis P-Orridge

Carl Abrahamsson is a writer, editor, photographer and tireless curator of global Occulture. (Source Magic, his latest book, is a series of essays that aims straight for the heart of the modern occultural movement, and proposes a new universal theory of magic to boot.) We sat down to talk about our mutual friend and mentor Genesis P-Orridge, now three years after her passing—and had an excellent, emotional and insightful conversation. Enjoy it! To start learning magick now, check out our...


Ep. 143: Antero Alli on the Art of Dying

Antero Alli is a paratheatrical director and professional astrologer who has authored books on experimental theatre, astrology and Timothy Leary's 8-circuit model of consciousness. He has long been a pivotal figure in the magick scene, particularly due to his influential books AngelTech: A Modern Shaman's Guide to Reality Selection and All Rites Reversed. He was also recently diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, and has since declined treatment. Alli very graciously granted this longform...


Ep. 142: Abdi Assadi on Staying Centered as the World Implodes

Abdi Assadi is a spiritual counselor and healer with over 40 years of clinical practice. His work ceters on helping patients use their disease and dysfunction as a doorway to spiritual serenity. Through his decades of practice, he has learned that identifying and integrating the human shadow—those disowned or repressed puzzle pieces of self that wreak havoc in our lives—offers the most lasting healing for what ails us in body, mind, and spirit. He has studied Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese...


Ep. 141: Don Webb on How to Become a Modern Magus

Don Webb (born April 30, 1960) is an American science fiction and mystery writer, as well as an author of several books on Left Hand Path occult philosophy. He is also a former High Priest of the Temple of Set. We sat down to discuss the nature of magic, initiation, and lots more—including his newest book, How to Become a Modern Magus, where he lays out a detailed step-by-step program for building and sustaining a magical practice, based not on the Tree of Life but on an older form of...


Ep. 140: A Mutagenesis

I read my great, lost essay "A Mutagenesis" from Generation Hex, in which I give a grand overview theory of Magick as the missing key to genetic engineering. Yes, it is as wacky as it sounds, and yes, you are going to love it. Check it! PS. Micki Pellerano's ASTROLOGY OF WEALTH is now out and it is AWESOME! Learn how to harnass the power of planetary magick and astrology to supercharge your wealth and career success. Open now! See it at: https://www.magick.me/p/astrology


Ep. 139: Jim Carroll on Finding Your True Path

James Dennis Carroll (August 1, 1949 - September 11, 2009) was an American author, poet, autobiographer, and punk musician. Carroll was best known for his 1978 autobiographical work The Basketball Diaries, which inspired a 1995 film of the same title that starred Leonardo DiCaprio as Carroll, and his 1980 song People Who Died with the Jim Carroll Band. I was lucky enough to interview him in 2001 about 9/11, writing, and finding your true path in life. I recently found the tape, and did my...


Ep. 138: K Allado-McDowell on AI Alchemy

K Allado-McDowell is a writer, speaker, and musician. They are the author, with GPT-3, of the books Pharmako-AI and Amor Cringe, and are co-editor of The Atlas of Anomalous AI. They record and release music under the name Qenric. K established the Artists + Machine Intelligence program at Google AI. They are a conference speaker, educator and consultant to think-tanks and institutions seeking to align their work with deeper traditions of human understanding. To start learning magick now,...


Ep. 137: Marlene Seven Bremner on Hermetic Philosophy & Creative Alchemy

Marlene Seven Bremner stops by to discuss her new book, Hermetic Philosophy and Creative Alchemy: The Emerald Tablet, the Corpus Hermeticum, and the Journey Through the Seven Spheres. We touch on the nature of alchemy, Jung, her recent trip to Egypt, Sekhmet, the pyramids as initiation chambers, and tons more! To start learning magick now, check out our free guided meditation at https://start.magick.me


Ep. 136: Noah Lampert on Twitter Tears & Crypto Chaos

Noah Lampert from the Synchronicity Podcast returns to just basically bro out for 2 1/2 hours about all DA BULLSH*T. Great conversation that touches on Elon's Twitter takeover, Sam Bankman-Fried, the Mandela Effect, Fruit of the Loom underwear conspiracies and everything else haunting the headlines! Don't forget to check out our free guided meditation at: https://start.magick.me


Ep. 135: Micki Pellerano on the Astrology of Wealth

Micki Pellerano returns to the podcast to talk about his new course at Magick.Me (!), THE ASTROLOGY OF WEALTH, dedicated to mastering the magic of the stars to succeed in business and finance. PLUS! Black Friday week is still going at Magick.Me. Take 30% off any course—including this newest course—with code BLACKFRIDAY2022 at checkout. Till Thursday, December 2 only!


Ep. 134: Caleigh Fisher on Astrophysics, Aliens & Anarchy

My brilliant friend from way back Caleigh Fisher returns to the podcast for a psychedelic conversation ranging everywhere from her new theory of cosmogenesis to UFO sightings to potential futures for the human species and lots, lots more...! To start learning magick now, check out our free guided meditation at https://start.magick.me


Ep. 133: Dr. Ralph Abraham on the Mathematics of Extremism

Dr. Ralph Abraham—one of the inventors of chaos mathematics—returns to the podcast to discuss his recent work on mathematical modelling of the bifurcation of American society and the rise of extremism due to social media. A profoundly excellent episode with one of our all-time most requested guests! To start learning magick now, check out our free guided meditation at: https://start.magick.me


Ep. 132: Mitch Horowitz: Uncertain Places

Mitch Horowitz returns to the podcast to discuss his new book Uncertain Places, and the conversation turns to the war in Ukraine, online Quislings, looming totalitarianism, Anton LaVey, cognitive freedom and lots more. And excellent conversation and chance to catch up with a friend. To start learning magick now, check out our free guided meditation at https://start.magick.me


Ep. 131: Greg Kaminsky

This week’s guest is Greg Kaminsky, accomplished author and godfather of occult podcasting. His highly popular and celebrated show Occult of Personality has been running for over 16 years and explores a wide range of esoteric subjects through conversation with experts and figureheads of the occult. In this episode, Greg and Jason get to dive deep into achieving nondual awareness, the Western Esoteric tradition, the hurdles and lessons of their own spiritual paths, and much, much more. This...


Ep. 130: Jessa Reed

This week, Jason is joined by the delightful and hilarious comedian Jessa Reed to discuss the illusory nature of reality, alien contact, humanity’s awakening, addiction to hard substances, the journey to recovery, and much more. This episode is full of amazing stories and profound insights from Jessa, a truly enlightened human being. Get our new FREE Magick Meditation and email course right here https://start.magick.me/ Get tickets to watch Jessa perform live comedy at...


Ep. 129: Magick & the Changing World Order

In this episode, taken from a recent livestream, Jason discusses how despite the rapid changes taking place globally on the technological, political and economical planes, those who are prepared with the proper mental tools will be better equipped to adapt than any other people on earth. He shares some practical insights for how to stay in control of one’s reality, even when it feels like the world is falling to pieces. Get the best, most curated step-by-step class on earth for mastering...


Ep. 128: The Soul's Code: Trauma and the True Will

In this episode, Jason discusses the widespread consequences that stem from trauma experienced during childhood and trauma created within so-called spiritual communities. He explores this idea by reading a passage from James Hillman’s 1996 book, The Soul’s Code, and shares how addressing these issues in oneself can be a powerful step towards attaining one’s True Will. This episode is an excerpt taken from what is hands-down our most popular mega-course ever, The Adept Initiative. It’s not...


Ep. 127: Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

This episode is taken from a recent livestream in which Jason dives deep on why developing a deep Meditation practice is the most profound and important magickal practice of all, how the process of Raja Yoga strips away illusions in order to awaken to one’s true nature, and why Meditation is a crucial aspect of human evolution. Jason discusses this by exploring the ultimate source text on this subject, the ancient document The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. Get the absolute best, most curated...


Ep. 126: Alchemy as a Pursuit of Knowledge & Meaning with Jeff Hoke

[Apologies for the audio issues on this episode when it first went live, these have now been corrected] Jeff Hoke is an author and historian who worked for many years as a curator of museum exhibits. He and Jason discuss a fully immersive Alchemical experience Jeff created called The Museum of Lost Wonder, as well as the history of Rosicrucianism, Dr. John Dee’s ties to this lineage, the explosion of scientific and magickal progression in the 1600’s, the stages of Alchemy as they pertain to...


Ep. 125: That is not Your Mind with Robert Rosenbaum, PhD

Robert Rosenbaum PhD is an American Zen teacher of Dayan (Wild Goose) Qigong with over thirty years of experience as a neuroscientist, psychotherapist and behavioral medicine specialist. In this episode, Robert and Jason discuss his new book, That is Not Your Mind, the effects of meditation on the brain, the Mindfulness movement, Zen practice, the commercialization of Buddhism, and much more. Get access to our extensive list of courses at Magick.Me, including the brand new mega-course...