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  1. The Pandrogyne: Genesis Breyer P-Orridge | Love Radio

    Genesis Breyer P-Orridge is the founding fa/mo/ther of Industrial music, a performance artist, and a very, very, very devoted husband.

    Produced by Nick van der Kolk and Brendan Baker, with sound design by Brendan Baker.

    http://loveandradio.org/2013/12/the-pandrogyne/

    —Huffduffed by lach 3 months ago

  2. Mondo Diablo Episode 339: I Predict 2012

    I can’t let another week go by without some predictions for 2012, the LAST YEAR EVER.

    —Huffduffed by HellboundAlleee 2 years ago

  3. Sector 5 Radio.June.19.2010.hour.2

    Dickie Shannon interviews Michael Lynch PhD Parapsychologist and occult specialist. They discuss ghosts, orbs, haunted houses, aliens, psychic abilities, the afterlife, energy, souls, orbs, angels, and the exorcist.

    —Huffduffed by SectorFiveRadio 3 years ago

  4. Sector 5 Radio.June.19.2010.hour.1

    Dickie Shannon interviews Carrie Shubert renowned clairvoyant/psychic consultant, lecturer, teacher, author, medium, and certified hypnotherapist.

    —Huffduffed by SectorFiveRadio 3 years ago

  5. Ian Rowland: Cold reading

    In this conversation with host Karen Stollznow, Rowland explains the history and meaning of cold reading, and how and why it works. He demonstrates how cold reading is a “Win-Win Game” and psychics are “right” even when they’re wrong. He claims that he can replicate any psychic ability. Rowland recounts some of his performances as a psychic, tarot reader, astrologer, and medium, and his “miracles” of spoon bending, psychic surgery, and hammering a nail into his head.

    —Huffduffed by matthewfallshaw 4 years ago

  6. Mondo Diablo Episode 235: Predictions for the Amazing Year 2010

    Praise "Bob!" Here are my predictions for the AMAZING year 2010, as well as some vague guesses about WWIII and Armageddon from some YouTube Yahoo.

    —Huffduffed by HellboundAlleee 4 years ago

  7. Skeptoid: The Scole Experiment

    From http://skeptoid.com/episodes/4179

    Turn out the lights and link your hands, for today we’re going to hold a seance and contact the dead, and have them perform parlor tricks for us in the dark. We’re going to look at the Scole Experiment, a large, well-organized series of seances conducted by members of the Society for Psychical Research in the late 1990’s in Scole, a small village in England. Reported phenomena included ghostly lights flitting about the room, images appearing on film inside secure containers, reports of touches from unseen hands, levitation of the table, and disembodied voices.

    —Huffduffed by HellboundAlleee 4 years ago

  8. William Little — The Psychic Tourist

    William Little is a freelance journalist based in London, England. He has written for the Saturday Telegraph magazine, Weekend Telegraph, the Guardian, The Times and the Financial Times. He has also worked for Arena, Esquire and Cosmopolitan, and contributed articles to the Independent, the Daily Express and the Big Issue, among many others. His recent book is The Psychic Tourist: A Voyage into the Curious World of Predicting the Future.

    In this interview with D.J. Grothe, William Little recounts his experiences researching The Psychic Tourist, including his seminar with Sylvia Browne, meetings with UK mentalist Derren Browne, scientists Richard Dawkins and Nobel Prize-winning physicist Brian Jospehson, attending a psychic college, and his sister’s star chart predicting her death. He reveals his motivations writing the book, and talks about how his journalistic approach is different than the approach of some academic skeptics who write for more of an already skeptical audience. He explores what it might say about society if there is such widespread belief in psychics when there is so little evidence to support psychic claims. He contrasts the harm psychics do with how they may help people. He explains why he thinks of psychic belief as "disorganized religion." And he talks about the skeptics he met who weren’t cold-hearted, but instead were interested in helping people.

    —Huffduffed by adactio 4 years ago

  9. William Little - The Psychic Tourist

    William Little is a freelance journalist based in London, England. He has written for the Saturday Telegraph magazine, Weekend Telegraph, the Guardian, The Times and the Financial Times. He has also worked for Arena, Esquire and Cosmopolitan, and contributed articles to the Independent, the Daily Express and the Big Issue, among many others. His recent book is The Psychic Tourist: A Voyage into the Curious World of Predicting the Future.

    In this interview with D.J. Grothe, William Little recounts his experiences researching The Psychic Tourist, including his seminar with Sylvia Browne, meetings with UK mentalist Derren Browne, scientists Richard Dawkins and Nobel Prize-winning physicist Brian Jospehson, attending a psychic college, and his sister’s star chart predicting her death. He reveals his motivations writing the book, and talks about how his journalistic approach is different than the approach of some academic skeptics who write for more of an already skeptical audience. He explores what it might say about society if there is such widespread belief in psychics when there is so little evidence to support psychic claims. He contrasts the harm psychics do with how they may help people. He explains why he thinks of psychic belief as "disorganized religion." And he talks about the skeptics he met who weren’t cold-hearted, but instead were interested in helping people.

    —Huffduffed by Indyplanets 4 years ago

  10. Mondo Diablo Episode 211: Meditations on Self-Awareness with Rev. Antonio Agpaoa

    From the 365 Days Project:

    "Tony Agpaoa was the man called the "Father of Psychic Surgery", the practice of curing the infirmed without scalpel or drugs, but faith in God. Many of these so-called healers have been shown to use slight of hand tricks to remove cancerous tumors of pig guts and chicken blood. Agpaoa became a star of sorts when hundreds of suffering people (generally rich tourists) came to him for help at his Bagio City, Philippines office during the 60’s.

    Although "healing" many people, whenever he or a family member got ill, it has been documented that he had more faith in a U.S. hospital than his own clinic. While in the States in 1967,he was arrested for fraud but jumped bond and went home where he continued his work till his death in 1982 from a stroke.

    On this album, we hear the Reverend himself explain in his own soothing voice how we can heal our body and spirit through self-awareness and oneness with the Universal Mind."

    —Huffduffed by HellboundAlleee 4 years ago