17 Burst results for "Tobias Churton"

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

03:09 min | 9 months ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"You for listening and for today. I tell you take care. Stay tuned here suit a.

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

02:11 min | 9 months ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Thanks rudo Who.

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

04:52 min | 9 months ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"To

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

10:32 min | 9 months ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Those sex. Why why why is it happening there. I didn't know so there's no hidden somewhere else. I'm aware of the there was a kind of inoki inspected. Think it'd issues very much. Cut off from the empire in in the middle ages really cut off and it was just kind of the tanks to traditional writer. We didn't know this by the full of century late antiquity. The book amino has become a major text in acne. That is an awesome and he's associated with the core area of the nasty gospel. Saves an nagahama deal that area east moving south and i suspect some perhaps some of the monks who the nasa's condemned in the same festival lesser of the late fourth century perhaps moved down to cush and ethiopia Took that books with them. And i would have thought this situation. Easy view is any book that had a highly reputation which sought me greenock. Did she goes on lovely alchemist. Doesn't the assam as assignments of annapolis uses the an oaken corpus to justify the position. He's in alchemy. Really in which by the way my next work is hug margins and alchemy because it's You know so science. Some says that our chemical knowledge came from what we now knows the netflix yet that he was a knowledge brought to us and therefore should be handled with great paunchy. Okay and i so. I think these the when the oppression of as an asian christianity and conformity starts to develop in offer docs remnant labor empire on the hours intellectual fringe dozen conform tends to move into further into upper egypt along with the monastic movement. We should g rounds tyrel and you also have the anchor tight movements body body do not and i would have saw the was about as far as you could get from. Roman bishop imagine that these texts. They may have come there days for all we know you. Venoy may have been received. Didn't appear in fact in jesus tunnel raising before it's quite bhosle. Yeah yeah certainly What i find fascinating when you when you read through just a chapter titles of that book of of yours to las pillars of energy. Then we come when we go through the history through her medicine that you mentioned that of course also to freemasonry we come to newton. You mentioned tim and his fellows already but we come to blake and in the end and of course then to alicea croly right. So is that something that you try to find the red line there or is it something that comes genuinely through that those thoughts go through all the way into our contemporary philosophy or is teric philosophy. At least yes. Yes that's really. I think the the promised esotericism which is so often complicated. And and the more people write essays at fragmented. The more complicated it is may the essential message of esotericism is that we need an polka tacitus. We need a restoration of the original. Yes the man is a fallen being and the on we are knowledge is a mirror that shattered in in this well in has to be recovered and together again an older putting together you have the experience of the vision of the original and to me the bills of enoch as they became cooled is an emblem on that vision off a primal unity of manon. God which informs sow magic traditional wants. There was a unity. God that unity has been lost and women job out of unity manigault which a epistemological union sharing of consciousness between the divine and math. So there is no between and that is why. Talk about the advice to tradition as bond of it. In india there is no substantial difference between the core remind in and the and the divine being. I mean that's the central discovery of nice's yes is the identity of the human service with god. I mean that's that's that's experience wise. You can feel the esoteric. Tradition has been more interested in that obviously than the exit. Eric tradition which has been about organizing people on a moral again law basis basis. They throw in the gospel as a what is it. Who said i got comes head and the new testament comes with a little to coverage pasta. So this whole this whole this whole culture. Me of law and spirituality. The judge is based on law. Canon law then. Austin tradition is based on divine experience now. Obviously the canon lawyer being a cynic by nature because he knows the human bays week infallible and sinful will always say that this knowledge is Is candidate it's unreal and the suspicion of the mystic or we say he's been hidden away. You can be a mistake if you are upscale up you can be a mystic. If you're it it can be a bit it. What happens when the mystic breaks out. I'm always happening in these periods of history which interest is like the florentine renaissance is a few of the nurses escape from the from the asylum and started speaking generally. But of course we have the age of the enlightenment. Shot them all up again. And the results i would say the rise of fascism which is the ultimate sentences. You know always. When i talked to tobias. I see him here in front of me because of course i have little video screen when we interviews and see my other side. It's much easier to do interviews with your siege. Am always when i do that feel like i'm with him in his home and we're having a beer together and chatting it's so easy going with him and at the same time so extremely interesting. I hope you get the same impression. Am very grateful. He is back with us here right so i promise you some music and of course like all the time you will get your music now. The music gotta here now. And that's of course related to our subject here is by gordon. Jeff yes mr guardian. He is not only great is a terrorist but he also was a composer and actually he wrote music. Let's put it that way. And then he had some help also to put that music into the ride to form for orchestra and how it should be written down and all that but in principle is his music and so today we are going to hear. I think i'll replayed once a piece from him. You're going to hear movement. I would say a movement from an orchestra composition called oriental suite and the movement that we are gonna hear here. Today is called the big seven. So i'm not exactly sure out of the blue. What he is referring to when he talks about the big seven. It's certainly related to his philosophy. Which is very much related to what we are talking here about today. So pe the big seven comes now with an orchestra. Big august aversions. There are also versions for smaller. Orchestra wanted to play for you big orchestra version and author that piece of music. We are going to back and talk again to tobias for the remainder of our interview and at the very end of injury. Another big composer of the same time. Like mr guardia petit while he was not an assist to road also music but he was a musician who was also an asante resist and more or less but rather less undercover. And we're going to hear his piano piece. Saab bombed number one and so for a moment now. Gordievsky's piece called the big seven from orientale sweet and actually guy who helped him realizing that is called hartman. Show does to be complete here and after that we got to go and go back to tobias right away and at the end of the interview without for talk. From my end you will hear eric. Savan- number one in the piano version so now enjoy gorgeous music.

inoki nagahama tyrel alicea croly annapolis ethiopia netflix nasa acne enoch newton egypt blake tim tobias Eric Canon Austin india gordon
"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

07:41 min | 9 months ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Decided to put all their astronomical knowledge and really their knowledge of the universe everything they need onto bills and one was built of brick which and the other was built of stone on the wall was built of stone in case a flood destroyed the brick and on the pillow was risen all his knowledge. Now this story doesn't appear in the by over josephus expected to be understood and he's really saying to the romans providence. The protect the has provided a conduit a passage of knowledge from the earliest times to those who survived the flood. Anybody then says the end of this account. Everybody knows what happened. Of course there was the flood he says this one of the pillars remains to this day in the land of syria and that's an anglicized version of the word. He uses which is in greek which is mean. Well get this the second now. They english translation of this passage. That has become probably. The most influential in scholarship was translated by isaac nuisance colleague william christian and he took away a silly ad some Say the ad as it's written in greek. He thought it meant syria and he presumed that the pillow being fed to was actually long directed by theros as australia's and so he cast a historic downtown. Whether the pillar referred to by josephus contract the wisdom was wrong. Also because he followed herodotus. The fifth century is greek historian. And he'd go wrong as well because the ellas he refers to that he thinks ceska is as equals. They were in fact from minor kings who robot the and so in. It doesn't really know but the point is they mortgages tradition weather suviving. Bill was in syria. Now if you get this the reason this era has come about. Because wister was using the latin version of josephus which was published by cloven in the early sixteenth century and frohmann puts it in basic good lassen than it was in the land of interior acilia but if you go to the earliest greek russian own. Wish frozen is intake. As soon as i got my head son syria sue yet and this area declined syria at all. Because they're they're quite a few. I can think of nearly half a dozen references to silently add referring specifically to stop. Okay what the word means. Siad is the serious worshiping lamps. And which are the serious worshiping labs. Of course we know that serious was of central influenced to egypt and so the first part of the book is led slow case. Can we location pillow. The lost pillar later called a pillar of enoch. That's what i was going to ask. Why did get into name of enoch into that because we know know of course on the bible but also in a very particular context especially in in in the western esoteric tradition right. Well this whole project came about. Because i was contacted by professor gaby boca genie of the university of michigan around. Something called the the inuk. Seminar which is an international body of scholars who study set second temple judaism and the origins of christianity. And the book hawk. As you probably know that famous book being Is in fact the most reproduced book in the whole circle density scrolls. So the i was asked to do a paper for a four for the conference couple of years ago in florence. I suppose to do the masonic the masonic cream sonic reception of the book amino and that was great for me. Because i'm fascinated by the book being written about it. In my book on john the baptist and here was opportunity to really get to grips with this problem not of enoch and freemasonry which is a certain parts of the book. The whole history of inaugural altogether and wii knock has been identified with hermes trice justice. And this is where. That's why we are on false. Hermes because as i thought was the greek god of magic rising as cooled by at george saint the is anti writer as the amaze and the second hermes is the one figure we knows he's tries to justice and by the tenth century hermes triesman justice become identified by arab scholars particularly within And so we that we have this whole combination. We got just see us talking about a cepheid pilla. We have a tradition coming at jewish. And we have the developed a hermetic arising and its influence as well and i thought well let's unpack. Let's try and unpack all. These trans am chauhan. They were and that was the real fascination. The book was to show and to revealing clearly. For the i think the first time the the real genesis of magic writings. I mean there are some major questions which none of the evidence will give us an answer to the real question here is did joseph get his bills story from a medic texts in aged or did the medic texan. Egypt writes about hermes transcribing tablets before the flood in the corey cosmic book in the korean cosmo sure in the mexican pricing. Did he get the. Is that an egyptian. Greg addiction copy from the inaugural with or does the enormous especially as interpreted. I just saved us in fact. Is it a steal from the great. How egypt. She's and so we really at the origin of medicine itself and inau quiz actually bound up with this. This mysterious question from the beginning and it is interesting. Skull is by the ninth tenth century. We're already saying well. We can't find the difference between inau saying must be the same. Only.

syria josephus william christian theros ceska wister professor gaby boca providence lassen Siad isaac hermes trice george saint Egypt australia university of michigan Bill florence Hermes chauhan
"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

05:03 min | 9 months ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Performed allston church. Enjoy off.

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Can I or Kissel piece written and performed by Tobias Jordan in memory of friend? Thank you so much tobias for this lovely talk which really was inspiring again. We had planned that into you a little bit earlier already but unfortunately you those those really terrible weather situations in this part of England Tobias lives. We had to postpone talk twice. But I'm glad stir things have returned at least on that level a little bit to normal for him and that we were now finally able to speak into into you. Okay came friends and listeners. That story end of today's show right. But you know that I don't let you go before I have told you what you are going to hear in the next episode. Okay there we go in episode nineteen. I I'm going to talk to our special guest. I believe to American Science Fiction Author Comic Book Writer and Expert on Tori. Tomorrow Rachel polack. She's a highly regarded writer and terro specialist very deep inspired by Kabul approach and by classical approach. Tomorrow I don't tell you more about her book. Seventy eight degrees of wisdom that has been described by Tarot readers and teachers around the world as Bible of Tarot reader. So all of you who are thorough fans. You really should listen to this interview. And those of you who are not yet so much into well you also should listen because you'll probably become fan great Well yeah the task being it today and next week next show will be coming to you on Sunday may tenth. Today we are talking with by a certain about Crowley's India and that means I can only tell you now take care. Stay tuned A.

Tobias Jordan Rachel polack Kissel Writer Kabul Crowley writer England India
"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Who you what the final word Tobias Fascinating. Well thank you thank you. That was again a great our and your company before we leave each other. Well you mentioned part of your future projects already but it always asks. Maybe you have something else to to tell us about. Dwelt cookie book by girly. I don't know what it's going to be called in England we can expect from you and We'll take into hermetic book that you're the lost. The lost pillars of Inuk a spill the V neck. Exactly the book. Vi Knock and its influence through time in part but it's also a my theory of the origin of philosophy and the are the origin of the figure Triesman Justice and white laws that in the Middle Ages Hermes. An inaugural are completely identified. It's very important. And this is a whole section on the origin of Masonry. In Anaheim Speculative Tauch. It's me getting down to the earth. Great well at the latest at the very latest will need to win. That book comes out but I I have a suspicion. It could be before winded. Let's hope I'm not under an oxygen? How come on come on. No the Oxygen Dead Huguette is from your work deaths. That's good. They mentioned exactly. Yeah well thank you and good to see you have you. Have you felt you in better spirits and then when we lost exchange my email when all hell was drinking loose around you in your in your in your surroundings literally. So it's it's great to have you back and thanks for spending time with us today here on the term spot constant whereas I shouldn't have been the last one she. It won't be the last thing you have to suffer me again. I'm happy about that. Thanks and by five Huh Wrong How.

Triesman Justice Anaheim Inuk England
"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"By going to see Bennett? Whilst that also inciting him to go to India yes had a massive effect on Bennett more. I think than on Croly Bennett. His first experience when he comes to salon in early. Nineteen hundred is to lecture the Officer Lodge of hope in Colombo and he lectures to the Office on Buddhism which is exactly what that ski a done Twenty years earlier because the journey that cruelly made in the keeps profess along. Because that's the name Credit Sir Stretcher. she was always when I was a boy anyway on a ski had done exactly the same trip in Salon. She'd gone to Salon. Told the Buddhists they were right that they were right to oppose the Christian missionaries. They were right to oppose the Church of England. They were right to question the bishops who came to convert them to Christianity Boulevard. Ski Done that now that that hugely the fact that she stood up against the Christian church I mean before I wrote the book. I read the three volume account of Bishop e books. Who was the first Anglican bishop of Calcutta who went sitting in eighteen? Twenty four and the first part of the boat which had to cut for reasons of length which is booking itself was about the whole British religious engagement with India. An I go from the book probably rightly but it was. It was fascinating because the trip that Hiba Bishop Ebay does rounding it started in is exactly what he does and then cruelly does it as well almost down to the same towns really. Yeah so you know cronies. Following levesque's footsteps has no data. And so was Alan Bennett. But once Alan Bennett decided to commit a Theravada Buddhism he then goes to Rangoon and trains to become a a Bingo and and to to become An enlightened and clearly didn't go all the way with him on that but they they had a constant dialogue..

Croly Bennett Salon ski India Hiba Bishop Ebay bishop of Calcutta Christianity Boulevard Rangoon levesque Officer Lodge Church of England Colombo
"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"And and down South in Madurai Meenakshi temple and he could see that a lot of the practice religion in India. The that was most obvious to people was a kind of public scam and the people are very easily impressed by somebody who has joined cloth sits by the side of the road Begs for alms looks pretty intense spot above his nose. And all this thing and I think I think he he he was a great cynic about this sort of thing if you read his book about Jesus which when I bought it was called Croly on Christ. That wasn't his title. He called it. The Gospel. According to Saint Bernard Shaw. He basically says that you know if you saw what. I'd seen in India. You'd understand why what we mean by the King's visiting Jesus and things like this he said I kings visit me when he's on his way to tae two kings meaning a local sheikh chief so to say and he was he. He translated everything he saw in their back into terms which might scientific sense to him. And he wasn't bamboozle by the mystery of mythology. That's all he wanted is the thing about crazy. He was always looking for the science of the magic so he he would have been. If people take themselves in manure and sat in a corner covered with Ash Temple in bananas over an acid depending which version you prefer a he he he would have just seen guide coveted ash and excrement and as we thought that was he interested in why they did it but otherwise. I think he'd he'd regard is as a superstitious world With a superstitious religion covered with a lot of superstitious moral coaching. The obscured a more ancient notice so in that sense. I don't think he he always talked about the Greasy Swamy. And I said if I behave to you some of these gurus to I wouldn't let you in my room but I'm I'm not. I'm not putting a barrier between me. I'm not saying I am the greatest lights and keep your distance. Bring your gifts to me and all this sort of thing. He could play the part. He could easily have set up in India as as a Yogi young and manufactured mental experiences and believers. But he didn't so. I think in that sense he was cynical about India culturally. Speaking again this. This might be a dangerous question but you as you might be able to answer that whilst the time and time and the relation between the British Empire and India at the time when Croly was there did that play part in his views on it or was he. You think free of dad off that colonialistic type of you. Well clearly didn't like colonial types of a tickly. He's viewpoint was complex. I don't think he he would have thought himself racially superior. He thought the English as he's a thought Indian culture civilization as a whole view that as what it did was vastly superior to Western industrialized slavery. That he'd come from and he thought that many of us were were sound and generous and interesting and all that on the other hand I think he would have felt that the largest number of the population of India the uneducated while they had certain native savvy as we say in skills ability to survive which was impressive I think he probably felt that. Western people were meant mentally more advanced. And in that insofar as that might be true in an individual case superior to the average Indian. But you've also got to. You've got to qualify. You qualify all of that. I think very difficult for an Englishman's go to India in one thousand nine hundred a not know that you're on the winning side to to a large extent and these people are in some ways dependent on the government on the wise government that you had imposed upon them quite escape that having said that he had no time for the typical. British officer tight. Who Imagine that. By being born English he was therefore superior he'd taken a lot from Madame levesque's praise all the Indian Shastri's and that was unusual he was also prepared to disqualify Christianity which is a major cultural. Move that relation. Yeah he was planning with his friend. Alan Bennett to bring Buddhism back to England if I think if Crowley hadn't had the Selima eruption in Cairo in nineteen hundred four we would have probably led the first sign from Rangoon with Alan Bennett and tried to persuade the British. That the the the only solution rationally to our problem with Buddhism he was incredibly impressed by the original Buddhist doctrine but again he was deeply unimpressed by the superstitious way that this was promulgated in Solano shrank as it's called now I think he's as well. There is a superb Buddhist philosophy actual practice of I thought was totally corrupt. And he talks about when he went to Rangoon. Seeing boy hydrocare fullest. Boy The huge. Yeah had an steeply. Ill sitting by the the famous Shriek. Pagoda in Rangoon. Surrounded by all these priests are all in different and he was obviously hoping for some kind of blessing the difference he saw between Buddhism original philosophy and the practice of but it was so great for him that he had little bit contempt for the the ordinary Buddhist Segovia this priest and he also knew anyway that this idea that they're all peace-loving was another fiction because as we've seen in Burma recently when they put his priests get angry as angry as anybody absolutely. Yeah true true. Did he get in direct touch and in good? I mean the risk barracks touch with the bone tradition old Tibetan Buddhism. Also at the time he his he never got to Tibet. Probably like skeet. Never got to Bet. They were in what was called. Little Tibet's new northern Kashmir sometimes called little Tibet curly never expressed an enormous amount of interest in Tibet. I think he he was interested in the Theravada tradition which is the oldest Buddhist tradition which in countenance curious available form in in Salon and I think having encountered that absorbed it written about it Argued himself with it eventually. Rejected it fundamentally. I think he'd had enough of.

India Rangoon Tibet Madurai Meenakshi temple Saint Bernard Shaw Alan Bennett Ash Temple Madame levesque Burma officer Croly Solano England Crowley Cairo
"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Do Komo. Strathspey could talk Matt but now standing on the face a mystery. A chance leverage the ground a platform she. She dropped before junior red rain. Start with pain. Came but now standing on the deck of a visas. Do the mystery in space mentioned when the DAS- Until Don is only Nice.

"tobias churton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on KTRH

"Promo code, Georgetown. And welcome back to coast to coast with Tobias Churton and his book is called, the spiritual. Meaning of the sixties at Tobias tell us about that title, the spiritual meaning of the sixties. There's there's a reason you pick that. Yes. Because I the book is what it says on the tin as we say, I oh, I like difficult questions. And it seemed to me that if I was gonna write about the sixties we don't need another history of the Sixers as lots about what the real question as I understand. It was what is the spiritual meaning of the sixties. It's easy question to us. But very very difficult to come up with don't say in one line or something and. I wanted to engage. We question and find all the different ways in which it could be honest because in fact, there are many, many spiritual meanings to the sixties. And in the words of simple as spiritual things are spiritually discerned. So they're not obvious things. You have to get the light of inspiration. Sean on a on a thing. And then you see the inside these begin to see the inside of it. And I was looking for the inside of the sixties, what was the essential spiritual motivation beyond the politics beyond the surface. And that's that's what I was looking for. And I was looking for it in in every aspect. I could think of the period in the politics in the religion in education in psychology in pop music in arts visual arts sculpture, I was looking for it in orchestral music in jazz music, looking forward in the civil rights movement. I'm looking for it in in in acting sets you name it. I I would I would I went digging. How.

Tobias Churton Sixers Georgetown Sean
"tobias churton" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Forty W H A S. And welcome back to coast to coast were with Tobias Churton and his book is called, the spiritual. Meaning of the sixties at Tobias tell us about that title, the spiritual meaning of the sixties. There's there's a reason you pick that. Yes. Because I it the book is what it says on the tin as we say, I oh, I like difficult questions, and it seems to me that if I was going to ride the the sixties we don't need another history of the Sixers as lots about what the real question as I understood it was what is spiritual meaning of the sixties. It's easy question to us, but very very difficult to come up with an onset in one line or something, and I wanted to engage we question and find all different ways in which you could be onset. Because in fact, there are many many spiritual meanings to the sixties and in the words of some poll at spiritual things a spiritually designed. So they're not all things you have to get the light of inspiration. Sean on a on a thing. And then you see the inside is begin to see the inside of it. And I was looking for the inside of the sixties, what was the essential spiritual motivation beyond the politics beyond the surface. And that's so that's what I was looking for. And I was looking for it in every aspect I could think of area in the politics in the religion in education in psychology in pop music in art visual arts sculpture, I was looking for it in orchestral music in jazz music is looking forward in the civil rights movement time looking.

Tobias Churton Sixers Sean Forty W
"tobias churton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"W H A S. And welcome back to coast to coast were with Tobias Churton and his book is called, the spiritual. Meaning of the sixties Tobias tell us about that title, the spiritual meaning of the sixties. There's there's a reason you pick that. Yes. Because I it the book is what it says on the tin as we say, I all I like difficult questions. And it seems to me that if I was gonna ride the by the sixties, we don't need another history of the Sixers. There's lots about what the real question as I understood it was what is a spiritual meaning of the sixties. It's easy question to us, but very very difficult to come up with an answer in one line or something. And that's so I wanted to engage we question and find all the different ways in which it could be honest because in fact, there are many, many spiritual meanings to the sixties and in the words of some poll spiritual things are spiritually designed. So they're not obvious things. You have to get in the light of inspiration. Sean on a on a thing. And then you see the inside is begin to see the inside of it. And I was looking for the inside of the sixties, what was the essential spiritual motivation beyond the politics beyond the surface. And that's that's what I was looking for. And I was looking for it in in every aspect I could think of areas.

Tobias Churton Sixers Sean
"tobias churton" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on WTVN

"Promo code, Georgetown. And welcome back to coast to coast were with Tobias Churton and his book is called, the spiritual. Meaning of the sixties at Tobias tell us about that title, the spiritual meaning of the sixties. There's there's a reason you pick that. Yes. Because I the book is what it says on the tin as we say here. I oh, I like difficult questions, and it seems to me that if I was gonna ride the about the sixties we don't need another history of the Sixers. There's lots about what the real question as I understood it was what is a spiritual meaning of the sixties. It's easy question to us, but very very difficult to come up with an answer in one line or something. And that's what I want. I want you to engage we question and find all the different ways in which you could be onset. Because in fact, there are many many spiritual meanings to the sixties and in the words of some poll spiritual things are spiritually designed. So they're not on obvious things. You have to get in the light of inspiration. Sean on a on a thing. And then you see the inside is begin to see the inside of it. And I was looking for the inside of the sixties, what was the essential.

Tobias Churton Sixers Georgetown Sean
"tobias churton" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"tobias churton" Discussed on WLAC

"And welcome back to coast to coast were with Tobias Churton and his book is called, the spiritual. Meaning of the sixties at Tobias tell us about that title, the spiritual meaning of the sixties. There's there's a reason you pick that. Yes. Because I the book is what it says on the tin as we say here. I oh, I like difficult questions, and it seems to me that if I was gonna ride about the sixties we don't need another history of the Sixers. There's lots about what the real question as I understood it was what is the spiritual meaning of the sixties. It's easy question to us, but very very difficult to come up with an answer in one line or something. And so I want I want wanted to engage. We question and find all the different ways in which you could be onset. Because in fact, there are many, many spiritual meanings to the sixties and in the words of simple spiritual. Things are spiritually descend. So they're not all things you have to get in the light of inspiration, Sean on on a thing. And then you see the inside begin to see the inside of it. And I was looking for the inside of the sixties, what was the essential spiritual motivation beyond the politics beyond the surface. And that's that's what I was looking for. And I was looking for it in in every aspect, I could think of areas in the politics in the religion in education in psychology in pop music in art visual arts sculpture, I was looking for it in orchestral music in jazz music is looking forward in the civil rights movement time looking for it in in in acting sets a you name it. I would I would I went digging..

Tobias Churton Sixers Sean