Artist and author Barry William Hale discusses the progress of Thelemic culture, his unorthodox family, and the importance of folk art and culture in his Work.
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
Artist and author Barry William Hale discusses the progress of Thelemic culture, his unorthodox family, and the importance of folk art and culture in influencing his Work. From his recent Grimoire out on Fulgar, Legion 49, to his performative engagements with NOKO, as well as his other explorations in various media, Hale is courageously forging forward, mapping out whole new magical and artistic vistas.
Our mission is to provide listeners with interesting, informative, thought-provoking interviews featuring individuals involved in myriad realms of mysticism, spirituality and magical theory and practice: authors, sorcerers, academics, entertainers. We’ll be looking into everything except inter and intra organizational politics as that’s ground very thoroughly tilled by other programs.
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Love is the law, love under will.