What a show! It seems that there is plenty of evidence that the past had a very different relationship with good and evil than we now understand, and that people believed that images themselves had power, and sometimes images were created for evil power. Whitley is probably the only interviewer
We are counting down the week to Halloween here at Unknown Country! Whatever your personal beliefs about this archaic and arcane tradition, this is a good time to examine the shadow-sides of our personality and the importance of recognising the purpose of the dark side in each and every one of us.
The term “shadow” was first used by the psychologist Carl G. Jung to describe the denied or repressed aspects of the self. We are conditioned to believe that we should exist only in Light, but without the darkness light would not be thrown into focus. Life is an endless struggle to bring light and dark into balance, to learn from this battle and in the process grow and expand our consciousness.
Today we take a look at the inner workings of evil. Peter Levenda, author of the epic Sinister Forces about the influence of the occult and secret Nazi power on the US government, returns to Dreamland with an astonishing new book, the Dark Lord, which cracks the code of the notorious occultist Aleister Crowley and reveals secrets that to this day have a deep hold on our country and its political life.
Think evil’s ‘not real?’ Think it isn’t out there? You’re putting yourself exactly where it wants you to be! Listen and learn…