Conversation with Moe Bedard for Gnostic Warrior, unaired at time of posting.
Part One: Rendering unto Caesar (0 – 32 mins)
Early years, growing up in Yorkshire, from Hollywood to sorcery, a sense of dissociation, ancestral alcoholism, following the wound back, the father’s compromise, rendering unto Caesar, getting rooted in reality, the thrift store business, community capitalism, a lost model of business, the red herring of money, covid-19 and essential businesses, Bible prophecies, living in the end times, the disembodiment curve, surrendering to machine intelligence, a narcissistic dream world.
Part Two: Dead Babies and Occultism (32 – 56 mins)
Counting the ages, the sixth age, when gods become diseases, primed for Aleister Crowley, stealing The Book of the Law, dead babies and occultism, a toxic pipe, Vice of Kings, an alignment with superculture, an invisible Masonic architecture, the pedophilia question, the methods of the ruling elite, Crowley and the path of transgression, the Abbey of Thelema, a dust-up with Peter Levenda.
Part Three: The Dharma of Evil (56 mins – 1 hr 19 mins)
Crowley researchers evasion, forms of complicity, the Crowley house of cards, Levenda, an ideological edifice, the strategy of transgression, an ancient virus, unconscious carriers, the serpent in the Garden, King parasite-worm, the ritual with Neuberg, the dharma of evil, the rule of Antichrist, the original flinch, Christ & the power of empathy, an affinity for evil & the impossibility of othering, abuse culture, Hollywood superculture.
Part Four: (1 hr 19 mins – end)
Low level abuses, secret societies, the body as evidence, water damage and mold, spirits & alcohol, how people are possessed, child sacrifice & circumcision, poison containers, the psychological mechanism for child abuse, positive encounters with police, infighting of the elite, the liberty of the plebs, pride as virtue, an inverted culture, Satanic pride, a history of violence, the samurai code, holding a space for anger.
Songs: “Pirates” by Entertainment for the Braindead; “Ill Take My Leave” by Lee Maddeford; “Of Unknown Origin” by Philo & the Wraymen; “9 Show Your Face Toothface” by We Is Shore Dedicated; “Changes” by Short Hand.