As you might know, for a few months now, I have been discussing spirituality, esotericism, and mythology on my YouTube channel, The Spiritual Survival. I’ve generally kept this site more for news about what I’m doing, but I might start posting a little additional content here. On that note, below is a recent video of me discussing the beast and the higher man. Check back for more, or subscribe and hit the bell for updates on YouTube,
If you’re following my site you’re probably an avid reader of books. So, I’m guessing that you’re either on Goodreads already or that you might be interested in signing up to the “social cataloging” or social networking site that is all based around books.
I recently discovered that I have a profile on Goodreads and I will now be posting a few updates on their as well. But, don’t worry, I’ll still be posting here. If you’re on Goodreads and would like to connect with me there, click here.
Recently, I was interviewed by the Historical Light YouTube channel. Historical Light was founded by Alex Powers a few years ago and quickly gained popularity. After a break, the channel has recently been re-launched with the help of co-host Robert.
Historical Light focuses on the subject of Freemasonry (especially the history of the fraternity), although we mostly discussed my upcoming book The Three Stages of Initiatic Spirituality: Craftsman, Warrior, Magician, which will be released by Inner Traditions in early February 2020.
You can listen to the interview here.
The Art and Science of Initiation is now available from British Masonic publisher Lewis Masonic here.
From the publisher:
“Through essays written by Freemasons, scholars of history, and mainstream authors and practitioners, The Art and Science of Initiation illuminates the theory and practice of various mystical/philosophical traditions and their processes of initiation. This book takes the reader into the heart of the initiatic experience. The method by which to enter into communion with spiritual worlds and reach higher levels of consciousness and soul maturation, i.e., initiation remains as relevant for us today as it was for the people of antiquity. The Art and Science of Initiation brings together thirteen all-new essays from some of the biggest established and upcoming authors of Freemasonry, spirituality, and esotericism, featuring work by Angel Millar, Joscelyn Godwin, Mark Booth, Richard Smoley, Donald Tyson, Susanna Åkerman, Herbie Brennan, Richard Kaczynski, C.R. Dunning, Jr., Greg Kaminsky, Jeffrey S. Kupperman, Adam Kendall, and Timothy Scott.”
I was recently interviewed by the Magician And The Fool Podcast, which focuses on esotericism, spirituality, and religion. We discuss a wide range of subjects from esoteric Freemasonry and its influence on the Western occult tradition, through Islamic neoplatonism and Traditionalism, to male archetypes.
Personally, I had a lot of fun chatting with the hosts, Janus and Dom, and I think you’ll enjoy it too. Check out the interview here.