Tue, 22 October 2013
This episode features an interview with James Randi, his website is here: www.randi.org
It also features Howard Bloom, one of the most interesting minds on planet earth at the moment: http://howardbloom.net/
The music is from Zero Friends recordings.
This episode also features a mad occult ritual designed to call up a demon. Don't listen if you're scared of such things...
My twitter is the best place to find me: www.twitter.com/nickmargerrison
There's a facebook page here for the podcast: www.facebook.com/cultofnick
Wed, 16 October 2013
Looks like I'm going to be adding a donate button to the podcast. I put a hundred quid in there for hosting costs at the start of all this thinking it'd last me ages, it has, more than a year! I reckon if half the audience pops a quid in we're cool for another year or more, happy days.
This podcast is recorded in a slightly odd way, my spoken bits were done in total ignorance of the interview I was going to pick from the archives. Listening to it I think we picked a good match, Michael Roll from The Campaign For Philosophical Freedom. If enough people agree I might contact him and see how the search for a psychic went.
Music, as always, from www.zerofriendsrecordings.co.uk
My Twitter is here: www.twitter.com/nickmargerrison
Thanks to Paul Munkey for pointing out that there are two 072 episodes... my mistake!
Tue, 8 October 2013
Short piece with David Icke, a bigger piece with Bruce Gernon and some words from me.
I mention an idea which I'm currently trying to digest in this podcast, I'd hugely appreciate thoughts on it from fellow CON members. It's "the oversoul" idea. The god mind, the secret doctrine, this notion that there's a form of biological internet that envelopes the earth and provides ideas to people. I don't see why people believe in it, at all. If you do try and explain why in a comment on this blog www.thecultofnick.co.uk
Music on this podcast, as usual, from www.zerofriendsrecordings.co.uk
Tue, 1 October 2013
This interview is from the Kerrang archives. It caused a huge controversey at the time because it was offensive to people who claimed to be party of Anonymous group. It's not an overly critical interview but, if you're familiar with my style, it's not unusual particularly for me to let guests speak for themselves.
The music on this podcast is from Zero Friends Recordings.
My twitter is here. Tweet me and tell me what you make of the exercise at the end.