Me over at Occult of Personality

Occult of Personality is the premier esoteric Podcast today. The latest episode (128) is an interview with moi.

Go on over and have a look: http://occultofpersonality.net/peregrin-wildoak/

THANKS to Greg Kaminsky and those supporting Occult of Personality :)

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8 comments

  1. Andrew · February 20, 2013

    This was a good interview. I may have to listen to it again when I’m able to sit and listen, as opposed to moving around in the kitchen and office. I also wish that I could see you both, or see images of the specific things you were talking about.

    I’m also totally re-reading parts of your blog in your voice, now. It’s rather odd, now that I know what you sound like. :-)

    That said, I guess my own biggest challenge is in having a sense of my relationship to GD material. I’ve worked through a good deal of the Regardie material solo; I’ve done Equinox ceremonies both solo and in group work. And I alternately feel welcomed into the GD tradition by the egregore, and shoved out. It’s a very strange awareness. Your book, combined with the work on the kavad, made me realize I had my own relationship to the Divine and to the intermediaries, but there’s still a part of me that longs for a magical community that works in a common tradition and isn’t always dominated by the same ten or twelve people. On the other hand, maybe that’s sort of the way magical communities are. Don’t know.

  2. Peregrin · February 20, 2013

    Thanks, Andrew :)

    Yes, the addition of a voice is very funny – as is my voice itself :)

    It is interesting what you say about the egregore – it can be a fickle beast. I think also a magical lodge or group working that egregore can solidify it for it its members.

    Domination by a handful of people always seems the norm – in the public community. There are many groups and people not seen very much though.

    ta :)

  3. PombagirasPolly · February 20, 2013

    ohh i have just downloaded this and am now going to here you voice.. i am looking forward to that, its always nice to put a voice to the author of a blogg i have been stalking.. err i mean reading.. *beams*

  4. Mike · February 20, 2013

    Great podcast Peregrin and Greg, intelligent questions and answers, thanks for this.

  5. Rebsie · February 20, 2013

    What a wonderful and insightful interview. And I love your accent! You talk with the same sensibility and wisdom that is so familiar in the tone of your blog. I think it’s absolutely right that the book will feed into the GD egregore over time as more people read it and make their own inner plane connections through it.

  6. Peregrin · February 20, 2013

    Thanks, Rebsie, Mike, Polly and all… my voice is a product of learning to speak as a child while peregrinating between various countries and army nursery schools… I have had it labelled as anything from English to Zimbabwean :)

  7. Andrew · February 20, 2013

    You’ve been silent a good long while. Almost a month. Is everything all right?

    You’re in my prayers, friend.

  8. Peregrin · February 20, 2013

    hi Andrew,

    thanks for your concern and lovely message. Nothing major – just normal trials and tribulations of domesticated western life, where people get sick etc. A difficult time meaning my online presence goes on the back burner. In any case, my traditions and my work (with refugees) reminds me constantly that I am very, very blessed compared with most of the world. :) THANKS

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