The first thing one learns upon becoming a subject of press interest is that there’s actually very little one can generally do in the face of inaccurate or even malicious … Continue reading Corrections to Brian Dunning’s Skeptoid Podcast About Ong’s Hat
Here is a reading I did of a segment of the late Robert Anton WIlson’s book: Cosmic Trigger. This reading was done at the bequest of the people putting on … Continue reading Cosmic Trigger Audiobook
The featured audio that I play in this podcast is part of a two-CD collectionproduced by Joe Matheny and given to the salon to podcast by the distributor, The Original Falcon Press, which you can find via originalfalcon.com. The voices you will here are those of: Douglas Rushkoff, Antero Alli, Tiffany Lee Brown, and Joseph Matheny.
Lorenzo ran more excerpts of one of my audio projects over at the Psychedelic Salon. This time Hakim Bey and Robert Anton Wilson from the T.A.Z. CDs. Enjoy.
My buddy Lorenzo over at Psychdelic Salon has posted part 2 of “I in the Triangle”, the audio excerpt of a Robert Anton Wilson talk I produced. Check it out at The Psychedelic Salon.
My friend Lorenzo has posted another show of Robert Anton Wilson material on the ever edifying Psychedelic Salon. This one is audio excerpts from The I in the Triangle DVD that I produced (and introduced).
Lorenzo over at the Psychedelic Salon has (with my permission) put together a podcast of excerpts from the CD I produced, Robert Anton Wilson: The Lost Studio Sessions. I hope you enjoy and if you do, remember you ca get your own copy at Original Falcon (on CD) or as a digital download form any number of download services.
ond remembrances of the life and work of Robert Anton Wilson, featuring Douglas Rushkoff, Antero Ali, Tiffany Lee Brown, David Jay Brown, Zac Odin, and Joseph Matheny.
First recorded in Chicago in 1994, this previously unreleased audio session with the renowned Robert Anton Wilson has been stored away for fifteen years…and almost lost entirely. If Bob knew how many synchronicities surround the rediscovery and release of this “lost” studio session, he would be chuckling in that half jolly, half mischievous way of his. If you believe in any kind of afterlife, maybe you can imagine him laughing right now. I like that image: Bob the laughing Buddha, still having one over on us from the great beyond.