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Thelema NOW! Crowley, Ritual & Magick

The U.S. Grand Lodge Thelema NOW! podcast features interviews with artists, writers, magicians, and others whose unique perspectives contribute to the modern flowering of Thelemic culture. New episodes are published roughly once a month. You can listen on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher or your favorite podcast player.  

Feb 28, 2021

Deja Whitehouse is a post-graduate research student at the University of Bristol, under the supervision of Ronald Hutton.  Her research topic is In Search of Frieda Harris – from a Victorian Childhood to the Swinging Sixties, which explores various aspects of Harris’s life in comparison with some of her female...


Jan 30, 2021

One of Thelema Now's most popular guests steps in as a host! Richard speaks to Sonia Bible. Sonia is an internationally award-winning documentary writer and director.  "The Witch of Kings Cross" is her first feature. The film is about artist Rosaleen Norton, who faced allegations of satanic rituals, obscene art, and sex...


Jan 3, 2021

93 and welcome to 2021! Yay! And not a minute too soon. 

To kick off the year right, TN's own Harper Feist spoke to Roger Williamson, who also a Minnesota resident (by way of England). Roger is a visual artist as well as a writer, and in 2020 he re-released his book "The Sun At Night."  Find out more about Roger at his...


Nov 4, 2020

A TN favorite is back! Jake Stratton-Kent has been a goetic magician since 1972, making more than forty years of continuous goetic practice. His practical work integrates the magical papyri, Italo-French grimoires, in particular, the Grimorium Verum and African traditional religions with a focus on Quimbanda and...


Sep 30, 2020

Thelema Now's host Harper Feist talks to Amy Hale talks about her book Ithell Colquhoun: Genius of The Fern Loved Gully.  This book offers the first in-depth biographical study of the British surrealist and occultist Ithell Colquhoun, situating her art within the magical contexts that shaped her imaginative life and...