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"master wilburn bursch" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

20:51 min | 1 year ago

"master wilburn bursch" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"TO RECEIVE YOUR MESSAGES O. We're up to twenty five patrons. Now it's been quite an increase over the last two months where we started off at eight and we're now at twenty five still only only one percent of of you who is a patron well. Well well yes. We have thousand five hundred listeners. Each week that's great twenty-five and I'm grateful for each one of them. Thank you twenty five patrons. But I'd be happy to be a few more. You know as a patron if you subscribe on Patriots you can also ask your special questions to our guest in advance and those questions will be answered only in the patron special version of this podcast and in the future we will also have some extra features in season five. I will start also doing some special episodes with discussions and features and roundtables and that first it will always be the patrons who will get access to that data runs later so you might consider that now the right moment to become a patron there is a special treat that I have to offer to you this week. This coming week on Thursday I will issue a special episodes but I am not telling you now what it's going to be. Well you will have to stay till the end of the show and after interview with Rachel Polack. I will of course let you know what that special treats on Thursday for everyone and for free of course will be okay so some music. This Week I've decided to Play AGAIN MUSIC FROM SOMEBODY. I really like and from somebody. You seem like because I got lots of Nice comments. When for the first time I played his music on episode six in season four master will burn Burchett. Moscow number sheds is a California former mail order mistake but he's also a musician and he has a very special way of approaching music and of thinking. What if for within the occult world within the spirituality and he teaches people listen in a very special way to music anti also wrote his special type of in order to have examples for that type of music can't you he mostly plays with his guitar. And some other instruments and you really liked that in episode six. I play three pieces there on episode twelve. I played the other piece from him so six twelve. I missed eighteen. We'll do it on episode. Nineteen that is today and we will perform three more pieces today. By Master Wilburn Bursch shed and those three tracks you're going to hear are from his CD which is called open. The Gates of transcendental consciousness. So the title is a program. Isn't it well? We only play the three. I wreck so we will only open three gates of transcendental consciousness. Here today but you might get interested in might go on his website. Maybe just Google but you'll also find all about it in the show notes and gets to whole CD and DRC has there. It's really bursted. It's lovely and very inspirational music. So we're GONNA listen to the first track now. The first gate of transcendental consciousness and this is called dawn of awakening joy A An Uh-huh a and over awakening from open the seven gates of transcendental consciousness. By master wilburn their shit. I hope you like it just as much as me and many other listeners. Here on this show. Okay now we are going to New York New York state and we are going to meet dare with Rachel polack. Somebody has called Rachel Round Dom of the Tarot and to win. I told her that she was laughing. But she really is. She has been a prolific writer. But not only in the world of cultism. She's a fiction writer and a science fiction fantasy comic book writer and she's also an expert on divinatory. Tarot she's also involved. In the women's spirituality. Movement booked body of the goddess is an exploration of the history of tomatoes for example and three of her novels have one or be nominated for major awards and science fiction dead fantasy field but she has also written that singly book. Seventy eight degrees of wisdom which has been one become one of the bibles of Tarot especially of Divinatory Tara. Tarot and we are going to talk about all of this about her life. How it all came to happen. Rachel was born in forty five in Brooklyn New York and so she has been around for a while and she's also recently one of her science fiction. Novels has been dramatized and be played. Techno PAG feminists sign fiction website. Exciting News for her and I think she's really fascinating person and she approaches. The Tarot is really special. She has for example written a book about Salvator Delis Rodak comprising full-page played for each card or she has created her own Tarot decks shining tribe to row creation of Virgin Tarot deck. So there's lots to tell about her but let us talk to her because she will tell us all about it and all is very interesting we will come back in about thirty minutes and we will play a second piece of music in the interval in the break of this interview but for the moment we now are off to. New York's and to Rachel lack here comes the interview. I'm very happy to welcome somebody there. Especially for us here. Today on the podcast. And I'm speaking today to Rachel. Polack. I don't think that our audience needs to be introduced to you. Rachel because you are one of the Legrand's dumb as somebody put it off the Tarot no sure and yesterday. Tara is only one of your sets one of your wings with you. Fly About of course. It's probably the one that we will talk about. Most here denied here on this Alzheimer's podcast. But you have many other things that we would like to talk about your writing your fiction writing your your comic designer as well. We'll talk about all that but before we start my first question to you is is. How did you become de Rachel polack that you are today? Where did it all start? How did how did. How did you come altogether? Whilst they're writing in the beginning. Did you have interests for? Does things like the Tara already as four year. Old Well Up to you. Where where did it all start interesting stories year? Old Slowly thought might be a false memory. You don't know but I thought that my first book I ever read was actually Dr Seuss's just our first book published it years before I was born and it's called something like to think I thought all on bilberry street right this up this little boy walking home from school his Daddy told him now. Make sure you notice that the interesting telling me. And on the way he just more and more elaborate fantasies and so the whole world is still to this incredible parade flying elephants in Russia's and he gets home install says so. Did you see anything? No I think that inspired me so much that book you know. Kasumi always imagination is paramount stories of paramount. So and I was riding pretty young age making stories always at Bishop's I try to read whole epic two pages into it. Who's going be completely plagiarized as well story but just kept age eleven so we had a little creative writing a couple of weeks or so in my English classes school. Stay already whole hog into that. I just you know everybody else is just go the store they go okay. Neither story story put the folder. I put my initials in big letters. In how famous star and Makishi like them but they're a little too dark already. Goes reading these stories? By robot doll books he wrote very dark sardonic stories. Absolute often done on the show outrage cock presents so right and those kinda stories of nationalism the at and sure was unhappy that they didn't end happily but Dr Seuss already. He is also a little bit twisted a little bit and actually it was very sad thing a few years ago. I hope it's not I would like to speak. It's safer. Probably someone uncovered some cartoony when he was young and and the Nazi period and it was his horrendous racist cartoon. I mean way over the top racist picture of his slave auction rarely in America disgusting. You know and and who knows what he was doing that and how it's hard hard to judge people so many years afterwards. We never know what happened to him. Then yeah but he has created for for generations of young people like green eggs and Ham. And all those things that are real classics. Okay so the writing was really there at I. Strive already wasted little twist into the dark side but when did you when did you realize that beyond or with writing there? Was something else like well. It ended up to be terrible. Probably it was more that something that you discovered in yourself. Well I had this. Great love of mythology and Fairy Tales. Always a kind of mythic level and a level of the fantastic fantastic and you know sort of ordinary tasks connecting to something deeper and I remember in college. I kind of self educated myself on all sorts of things as well in my classes and and the main one was mythology and it's different interpretations different scholars including Freud. Young Auto Ron apology and Joseph. Campbell was a great discovery. Mine sure all my life I discovered things and no one knew about and then he became this huge. Huge things was embarrassing. To pretend I didn't wasn't along I wasn't interested. In this token I discovered bookshelf and I was fifteen years old. No never heard for years. They'll never heard of it for years. I knew talking to people I told you we talking right. That was it was in college. I met someone and in fact I finished mine. Invited me to meet this woman. He was dating and he said Okay Rachel he said Okay. Get ready is that okay. Say why you're here to fan. And she said well. I'm a great fan of token he put together. That was wonderful anyway but So it was always sach my writing always under lying saying but then right around the same time that my first story saw nineteen seventy-one before that actually i. I was teaching at a college very very cold and the teacher said to me that if I gave her a ride home she read my Tarot Cards. Is it okay? And so that was my introduction to Tarot. I don't remember reading largest humoristic this incredible and what was incredible about it was not the not anything so teric or anything like that. It was purely the idea that hugh these enigmatic pictures And then a book that was supposed to spend what was just as mysterious and I just thought that I mean the car stays in. My mind was six awards and the writer so the people in the boat. Where are they going? Why their mother stories about you know? Are they added of the absolutely book? Said nothing about them being dead so I mean you know just fascinated me so I finally got it and I just just threw myself into it and then and then I just. I know very few books fan. You know who only available simple guidebooks this card means. This is like four lines or these obscure books tax. You had to have like you know years of study before you can read them because they made references that if you didn't know what the references were ahead of time you can possibly figure them out what you'll find at the time. Where would you find him in a bookshop or book? Because when you're calm why is was there. They're long gone bookstore. You could find those things you know but you could really also. It's very hard to find Tarot cards. This is just before. Us Games issued the writer tech. Okay so really. Before at that point you ask you capitalist Dude captain. Us Games kind of a genius. You know inspire genius. He saw it as a pure thing. That was only adventurous to a cultus. This could be something I could market this and make it a big deal and he. Did you know everything comes out? Everything that we know the monetary accountemps suit cap and having that inspiration and for a long time. This was really only dixit was around right pretty much a few. Is that right around the same time? There was a small version of the Tau Stack Tall Sake. Of course and then there was a few other things. It was an things that were spinoff takes on the writer. Dak couple were done before. Kaplan didn't he guk shoulder jobs? Business I started was published by. Weiser is fake..

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"master wilburn bursch" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"master wilburn bursch" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Spell from the nineteen seventy three album guitar remar by Master Wilburn Bursch Shit Wilburn walser largely self taught guitarist than self taught mystic whose fascination with still called began around the age of twelve. He calls his music. IMPRIO- seeking to play music but emotions hearkening back to a pre-verbal age. And I hope you liked this dust as I hope you liked my talk with. I'll kiss systemic can degrade please do me a favor. Do Go to the website of scarlet. Imprint see what they produce eight is really worth it very the exciting books which are also love. He's just hold enhance and touched. But of course a very exciting read and very exciting to work with. Thanks I'll kiss this. Thanks Peter for all you do okay. France and listeners. Another show comes on the streets and of course you're all curious now about who will be our guest in next week's episode. Sure I will tell value there will be now a few returners to this show. meaning that some of the guests we will have the next couple of months some of them have. NFL radio appeared on the therms podcast earlier. And this is because they have released wonderful new works which we really need to talk about to I to come is Angel Millar. He was in November twenty seventeen so more than two years back and in our next show we will mainly but not exclusively talk about his new book. The three these stages of initiating spirituality which will appear actually only four days before the release of that new episode number seven with Angel. So you see your toss. Hermes podcast is really hot on the spot but for today we'll now do have to say goodbye. It was wonderful to have you as an audience. Do comment do communicate. Add to become a patron for now. I can only say daycare. Stay tuned Eh Uh Uh the..

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