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  • Essays on Occult and Outsider Experiences
  • By: Mitch Horowitz
  • Narrated by: Mitch Horowitz
  • Length: 10 hrs and 56 mins
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An exploration of our extraordinary shift away from materialism toward renewal of the numinous, mysterious, and uncertain
 

  • Examines topics that evoke widespread misunderstanding, including the real history of secret societies, the wisdom of the Satanic, Gnosticism, Hermeticism, out-of-body experience, and the contemporary war on witches
  • Looks at the influence of the founding lights of modern occultism, including mystic Neville Goddard, occult scholar Manly P. Hall, and surrealist filmmaker David Lynch, and debunks famous pseudo-skeptics such as the Amazing Randi
  • Explores magickal practices, including Anarchic Magick, mind metaphysics, the Law of Attraction, and Ouija boards, and upends hallowed spiritual concepts like forgiveness

All of us today dwell in uncertain places—realities in which thoughts make things happen, ESP is provable by the scientific methods once used to debunk it, UFOs are mainstream, and magick no longer requires rite and ritual but is as near as your own mind. 

Today’s leading voice of esotericism and the occult, Mitch Horowitz explores topics that evoke widespread misunderstanding, including the real history of secret societies, the wisdom of the Satanic, the relevance of Gnosticism, and the slender but authentic connection between today’s spiritual culture and antiquity, including in areas of Hermeticism, deity worship, out-of-body experience, and magick. He demonstrates the occult roots of wide-ranging facets of modern culture, including politics, abstract art, mind-body healing, self-help, and breakthrough scientific fields such as quantum physics and neuroplasticity. 

He looks at the influence of the founding lights of modern occultism, including mystic Neville Goddard, occult scholar Manly P. Hall, and surrealist filmmaker David Lynch, and provides a magnificent take-down of famous debunkers and pseudo-skeptics such as the Amazing Randi. He explores magickal practices, including Anarchic Magick, mind metaphysics, the Law of Attraction, and the history of Ouija boards and questions time-honored spiritual values like forgiveness. Mitch also examines the contemporary war on witches around the world and what it is like to be blacklisted.

Offering a thought-provoking investigation of the spiritual, the occult, the magickal, and the extra-physical, Mitch lays the groundwork for listeners to continue their own journeys into these esoteric streams of consciousness.

©2022 Mitch Horowitz (P)2022 G&D Media

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  • 13-12-22

Uncertain Places

As we continue to move towards uncertain places within us all, Mitch Horowitz continues to encourage us all to continue to go on our own personal journeys to experience what only each one of us can. Thank you for helping me be braver in facing myself and doing deeper excavations and research in all
My life is bringing forward. Wishing you all good things Mitch.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 19-11-22

An excellent look into the mind of Mitch!

I wholeheartedly appreciate Mitch's ability to articulate and explain in a most clear and profound way. In a world of word salads from people, Mitch gives level headed and grounded-in-truth discussions and honest reveals about his experiences with the luminous. His grasp in deep esoteric truths through a balanced perspective with history creates a foundation for science to be able to embrace metaphysics and deep eternal truths with a powerful solid vibration just as it allowed the field of psychology to emerge from it. Hearing it in his own voice gives it a whole other feeling to his intentions and excitement in his own work. Brilliant!

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  • P. Lio
  • 04-01-23

As always thought provoking

Time with Mitch Horwich is time well spent! Lots of excellent ideas in this collection of shorter essays. Overall, I’ve experienced most, if not all of these in some form or another previously so it felt a little bit redundant, but I still enjoy going through them and enjoyed the fresh presentation.

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  • Curiosi_Tea
  • 02-02-23

Amazing collection

Mitch does a great job at explaining and describing occult ideas. If you want a good read this is it.