The Liminalist 8.5: Don’t Count the Chicken (with Robin Hungerford)

Part two of conversation with Robin Hungerford, on the cosmic giggle, Kafka as comedy, David Foster Wallace’s suicide, recognizing hypocriticality, humor-as-defense, Woody Allen & Sebastian Horsley, the power of spontaneity, born into a hell world, body armor, laughter yoga, the inner party pooper, reductionism and language, exposing the will to power, exploring discomfort, laughter-as-social-cohesion, seeing …

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The Liminalist # 8: The Physics of Infinity (with Robin Hungerford)

First part of a very liminal conversation with performance artist Robin Hungerford, on Ted Talks, the business of dispelling illusions, message-envy, not-knowing, art-as-organic-product, dancing around vagaries, how not to define liminality, monastic life, crossing the abyss/surrendering to God, do caterpillars speak butterfly language, ceremony masters, the culture of certainty, banishing confusion, the fuzziness of language, …

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The Liminalist # 7: Chapel Perilous (with Adam Gorightly)

Exploring conspiracy lore & liminality with long-time researcher Adam Gorightly, on the spectrum of JFK assassination research, the JFK alternate reality vortex, Kerry Thornley and the dubious evidence of the Garrison investigation, David Ferrie, Clay Shaw, the three tramps, syncs-as-“evidence,” E. Howard Hunt, mixing fact and fiction, the UFO theater, how the cover-up was embedded …

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The Liminalist # 6.5: A Vague Suggestion of Heaven (with Alan Green)

Part two of candid conversation with Alan Green: on the co-opting of Red Ice radio, biting the hand that feeds, conspiracy as escapism, the Holocaust narrative, Alan’s military milieu, the uncertainty principal vs. dogma, the Illuminati product line, Henrik and the cricket people, the Christian conspiracy market, re-packaging aliens as demons, how we create the …

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The Liminalist # 6: Creation Hunger (with Alan Green)

First part of conversation with Sync Book editor Alan Green, on liminality and the need to disappear, attention-seeking, Alan’s discovery of synchromysticsm, the Goro Adachi-Jake Kotze controversy, Kyle Hunt and the collision between white supremacy and synchromysticsm, internal conflicts within the sync community, feeding the beast, Jasun on ending SWEDA, the politics of sync, the alternate perceptions …

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The Liminalist # 5: The Eye of the Heart (with Alejandro Martínez Gallardo)

Conversation with founding Pijama Surfer Alejandro Martínez Gallardo on James Hillman, the guiding spirit, sickness-as-teacher, body-as-barometer, erasing barriers between inner and outer, the psyche = soul, trips to the underworld, a life of the mind, the ego’s paradigm, depression as process, the energy of thought, imagination as bridge, dis-identification from the internal dialogue, death as therapy, becoming …

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The Liminalist # 4: The Echo (with Colleen Kinsella of Big Blood)

Liminally speaking with one half of the enigmatic & prolific Big Blood on the creative process . . . where does it come from . . . a view from the inside, improvising sounds, a non-system system, what happens, pure & primal, no rules, the color of sound, wide open, resisting being pinned down, keeping …

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The Liminalist # 3: The Semblance of Certainty (with Rodney Ascher)

Conversation with Room 237 director Rodney Ascher on the mainstream & the margins, the Grand Unified Theory of The Shining, Rashomon, quantum reality and the law of attraction, Kubrick’s anti-narrative style and rejection of heroic protagonists, did Kubrick anticipate the internet subculture, Shining-as-inter-subjective event, synchromysticism & implicate order vs. conscious design, the Kubrickon as an intentional obsession-generating opus for …

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Liminalist # 2: All Bollixed Up, A Liminal Dialogue with George P. Hansen

Structure meets anti-structure as Jasun explores the limitless topic of liminality with Trickster & the Paranormal author George P. Hansen and winds up in over his head. The rambling leads from an overview of Hansen’s interest in the paranormal and the key overlooked element of deception, to the reasons for orthodoxy’s resistance to marginal subjects, the …

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The Liminalist # 1: Double-Bound

An introduction to liminality with reference to Charlie Hebdo incident, the idea of the double-bind, Rene Girard and mimesis, freedom of speech without freedom of thought, the necessity of humor in subversion, questioning the official narrative being branded as conspiracy theory, the fundamental experience of human consciousness, obligatory love and hate crime. Sound bytes: Rene Girard from CBS …

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The Liminal Criminal (Liminalist Podcast Preview)

Jasun Horsley returns to podcasting this coming month to explore the all-embracing subject of liminality and how it pertains to the now-familiar domains of pop culture, meta-psychology, existential detection, parapolitics & conspiracy lore, philosophy, autism, and extra-consensual perception. This is a 9-minute taster of things to come compiled of outtakes from various aborted or only …

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