" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

May 25, 2017

The 'THA Talks' Podcast

I'm always on the lookout for interesting podcasts to listen to and I found another one I like called 'THA Talks'.
The blurb at the site tells us -
"THA Talks has continued to grow as a weekly/fortnightly produced podcast series of interviews indulging in topics generally considered marginal, strange, controversial, or esoteric and occult. Standing by the idea of creating a platform where people can share their views free of judgement. “Free thoughts and Open Minds” is more than a tagline; it’s the principle behind the project.
Paul Obertelli and his companion co-hosts John White, Seana Collins & David Parry, delve into new perspectives, theories and intelligent conversations about some of the wonders, oddities, and events occurring in our world today.
THA Talks has had the opportunity to interview a wide selection of guests from around the world and continues to produce ever evolving media elements to cover topics of News, Conspiracy, Spirituality, The Occult, History, Art, and much more..

I found out that Paul Obertelli and David Parry, the main hosts of the show are Gnostics (which is cool in my book) but they have some very diverse guests on the program with very differing viewpoints from each other, which I find good...except for those insane Flat-earthers, who must have thought that 'Dark City' was a documentary;-)

But apart from that show, I found some to be really worth a listen to, like the talk with Greg Kaminsky from the
'Occult of Personality' podcast.
And an inspiring and heartbreaking talk with Janet Perez Eckles.
I also liked the talk with David Icke's ex (I actually like Icke...I've been to a day long talk of his a few years back and he's not the nut that people make him out to be) and a talk with Hollywood producer Cyrus Yavneh.
There are probably as many podcasts at the site that I want to listen to as there are that I don't want to, but there seems to be a lot of interesting content there.
But don't take my word for it, check it out for yourself -
THA Talks

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