Are Left-Hand Path traditions amplified or constrained in the online universes? Is Gnosis more available in a digital time of fluid identities or harder to attain in cyberlands of mob censorship? We take an in-depth exploration of these and other modern issues — including the whitewashing of past controversial figures, nonphysical esoteric communities, and the relevance of meme magic. In the end, spiritual liberation lies in questing back in history to encounter forgotten gods, forbidden figures, and lost teachings.

Astral Guest – Steve Dee, author of The Heretic’s Journey: Spiritual Freethinking for Difficult Times.

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