A talk with Jonathan Zap about Jung, science fiction, and harnessing the apocalypse within.
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Satanic panics, transgression, and the sociology of the left-hand path: a talk with Professor Jesper Aagaard Petersen, co-editor of the book The Devil's Party: Satanism in Modernity.   http://www.ntnu.edu/employees/jesper.petersen

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Objectification, Miley Cyrus, and the next turn of the sexual revolution: a talk with Polly Whittaker, author of the new memoir Polly: Sex Culture Revolutionaryhttp://www.pollysuperstar.com/

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Horror films, Hiroshima, and the psychogeography of descent: a talk with Andy Sharp of the group English Heretic, whose latest release, The Underworld Service, is available at http://englishheretic.blogspot.co.uk/p/souvenir-shop.html.

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Dinner parties, anarchism, and cultivating the collective imagination: a talk with Christian Greer, co-founder of Corvid College and scholar of esoteric counterculture. 


http://uva.academia.edu/ChristianGreer
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Terence McKenna, multimedia mind, and the world-weaving power of stoned dialogue: a talk with film-maker Ken Adams, whose new film Imaginatrix: The Terence McKenna Experience is available to stream here: http://terence-mckenna-movie.tumblr.com.

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Politics, partying, and the roads not taken: a critical assessment of "that thing in the desert" with Steven T. Jones, editor of the Bay Guardian and author of The Tribes of Burning Man. 

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Social networks, spiritual pragmatism, and the "organized innocence" of American witchcraft: a talk with Aidan A. Kelly, author of A Tapestry of Witches: A History of the Craft in America, Volume 1 and the memoir Hippie Commie Beatnik Witches.

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Yogic siddhis, paranormal research, and the stange sociology of science: a talk with Dean Radin, senior scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences and author, most recently, of Supernormal: Science, Yoga, and the Evidence for Extraordinary Psychic Abilities. 

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The maker movement, the surveillance web, and fanning the embers of 90s cyberculture: a talk with Gareth Branwyn, former editor at MAKE, Boing Boing, and Mondo 2000, and now author of Borg Like Me & Other Tales of Art, Eros, and Embedded Systems.

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