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Deeper Down The Rabbit Hole

By Andrieh Vitimus

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Description

Hard hitting, applied spirituality into creating and bettering your life. Solid material, lean on fluff. We cover everything from Financial planning to dealing with dark spirits and everything in between. Between host Andrieh Vitimus, and Co-Host Jason M. Cowell, we have over 80 years of experience dealing with things that go bump in the night. Looking for something a little harder, more realistic, and more meaningful to your life, come listen to Deeper Down the Rabbit Hole. The hosts are successful business man, and integrate their esoteric training with everyday living.

Customer Reviews

Starting out strong

I picked up the first shows off Blogtalk radio, and was very impressed. The content was so much stronger than the loose ramblings of other paranormal/ practical magick shows. Having a trio works well for the discussions, although there is some technical unevenness in sound quality. I can definitely recommend this.

A long time coming

I have been waiting for this kind of show on modern magic for a long time. The show is a mix between practical techniques and social commentary. Though I would prefer a little more practical emphasis, I do appreciate the anecdotes of the hosts, and seeing the higher level interaction and theorizing/debate of skilled magicians. There are technical problems with the sound system and skype, but these are minor and do not detract much from the show.

The subjects of the show are useful, practical and interesting. I have listened to every interview with Frater Vitimus I could find online, and I was very excited to find him hosting his own show. The effort is not dissappointing, and it is an honor to hear the insights of all the hosts as they cover interesting and important subjects of the occult and metaphysical. I look forward to the hosts they have lined up, they sound like great people, some of whom I have longed to hear discuss their magical work.

One problem I do have with the show is that Frater Vitimus (whom I hold in the highest regard) often jumps to conclusions about the statements of his co-host, Al Anderson, and runs over Al in an attempt to make a point that, though useful and important for the audience to hear, is usually based on a misunderstanding of what Al was trying to say, and usually derails Al's comment and robs the audience of hearing what the man was going to say. That Frater Vitimus feels strongly about misuse and misconceptions so often propulgated in the field of metaphysics and the occult cannot be questioned, nor can the value of his insights. However, I feel he may let his own eagerness to set the audience straight on an issue eclipse what Mr. Anderson is truly attempting to say.

This is a minor criticism, since even the one problem I have with the show has value to the listener. I highly recommend the show and I am so happy that these three gentlemen have committed their time to spreading their knowledge.

Interesting stuff!

Pros
1) These guys are nerds! Yay!
2) They seem to have a lot of experience between the three of them and bring a unique perspective to pagan podcasting. I enjoy hearing what they have to say.

Cons
1) Sound quality isn't so great. Not sure if it's a microphone problem or a cell phone problem or a software problem.
2) There are a few instances where magical manipulation is discussed but with no talk of the possible ethical consequences. Perhaps they assume we're all grown ups who already know this? I do, but I'm sure there are newbies out there who may not. It never hurts to mention that there are consequences to every action, good or bad.

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  • Category: Other
  • Language: English

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