Nostradamus…channeling…Atlantis…divination. Most serious people consider such topics nonsense. But look again. In this exciting interview, Richard Smoley shows us why the supernatural should be taken seriously–very seriously. Richard explains to us just why ignored magical and Hermetic traditions are so important, and so powerful.
This edition of Dreamland is an enlightening journey into the inner meaning of traditions that are ignored in the secular west, but should not be.
Educated at Harvard in the US and Oxford in the UK, Richard Smoley is one of the world’s most distinguished authorities on the mystical and esoteric teachings of Western civilization.
After two years at Oxford, Richard moved to San Francisco in 1980. During this time he continued his spiritual investigations, working with teachings ranging from Tibetan Buddhism to A Course in Miracles. He was also a member of the board of directors of the San Francisco Miracles Foundation, an organization sponsoring the work of A Course in Miracles.
He is a frequent contributor to the Australian magazine New Dawn. He presently lives in western Massachusetts, where he teaches philosophy as an adjunct professor at Holyoke Community College. He is also editor of Quest Books, operated by the Theosophical Society in America.
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