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Aug 16, 2018
Rudolf talks to New Mexico-based author, practitioner of witchcraft and Chaos-magician Tracey about her background and her recent book which presents Santa Muerte as an aspect of the dark feminine, the bringer of death that Is crucial to all life. This perspective is surveyed through the lens of Santa Muerte’s European and Aztec roots, including the Catholic beliefs and practices that helped shape them.
Rudolf also introduces Austrian Rock Band KRPLand book news and reviews!
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Intro Music: Wendy Rule – from the CD “Deity”: Think of the Day
Outro Music: Wendy Rule – from the CD “Deity”: Night Sea Journey
The next episode, #6 of Season 2, will be released on August 30 and Rudolf will talk to “occulturist” Carl Abrahamsson.
The long-awaited return of Thomas Karlsson, Mesmerism with Lee Gerard Barlow and many other exciting guests
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