Historian Thomas Hatsis joins us this week to reveal the secret history of psychedelic magic with his new book ‘The Witches’ Ointment’.
Exploring the untold history of the witches’ ointment and medieval hallucinogen use, Hatsis reveals how the Church transformed folk drug practices, specifically entheogenic ones, into satanic experiences.
We also feature the latest in biotech news, dimensional jumping, and the Mandela effect.
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- Machines That Can See Depression on a Person’s Face
- EXTREME, EXPEDITION & WILDERNESS MEDICINE + BIOMEDICAL AND BIO-TECHNOLOGIES & WORKSHOPS
- Training the brain to push the body beyond its limits
- Buddhist monk ends nine-day ritual without food, water or sleep
- Tower of London staff ‘used magic to repel the forces of the Devil’
- These walls can talk: Australian history preserved by folk magic
- ARS Psychedelia
- 5 Pro Tips for Buying Herbal Medicine
- Theme (The Podcast)
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- Detection of mini black holes at the LHC could indicate parallel universes in extra dimensions
- The Berenst#in Bears Problem: Are We Living In An Alternate Worldline?
- Is this what going crazy feels like?
- The Mandela Effect
- Princess Diana wasn’t British
- Welcome to Dimensional Jumping (982)
- Dimensional Jumping for Dummies: Revamped!
- How to jump between dimensions
- Not sure if this is the right place, but I think I switched dimensions
- I Got My Cat Back, But at What Cost?
- Tales of Interdimensional Travel
- The Beatles never broke up
- Meet The Woman Who Can Lift Coconuts With Her Vagina
- MY VAGINA CAN LIFT COCONUTS, CAN YOURS?
- Chan Tze-Tan, Master of Iron Crotch Qigong
- COUROS – Never Be via Niche Music
- Canblaster – Encore DX via Pigeons and Planes
- Carbon Based Lifeforms – 20 Minutes via Niche Music
- RAEKO – Back 2 U via Chillsoundsgoodmusic
- Midnight To Monaco – Suicide (Wheathin Remix) via gottadancedirty
- Borrowed Identity – Addictive via House of Lords
- Frits Wentink – Man at Parade via House of Lords