A more or less Traditional Golden Dawn 5=6 and Buddhist Yoga instructor interviews teachers and fellow students of Esoterica building bridges of communication, mutual respect, and understanding between widely varying schools of thought, from the obscure to the mainstream.
BT reads a bit more of The Fama for The REAL Rosenkreuz Orden segment, then he and VH Frater RC discuss Golden Dawn, W.B. Yeats, Atheism, Catholicism, Isaac Newton, Hermeneutics Theology, Semiotics, The Church of the Hermaphroditic Jesus, "The Alchemy of the Shadow and the Tunnels of Set", and The Invocation of Azrael the Archangel of Death for Halloween.
BT recites Chapter 4 Verse 1 for the segment TRANSFORMATIONS and Footnotes, then he and Sal Santoro talk about Walking the Crooked Path: The Path of the Flaming Sword which is BT's workshop at The Crooked Path Occult Apothecary in Burbank California Friday nights at 8pm between now and November 10th 2017.
BT recites Chapter 3 Verses 16 through 22 for the segment TRANSFORMATIONS and Footnotes, then discusses Sikhism, Sound Healing, Laughing Meditation, Yoga, Rishis, Kundalini Massage and Hypnotherapy, Sri Yantra, The Singularity, Nicola Tesla, iLiving, and the Civic Sound Bath at the Los Angeles Public Library, with Indy Rishi Singh.
BT recites Chapter 3 Verses 8 through 11 for the segment TRANSFORMATIONS and Footnotes, then discusses Healing, Yoga, the floor of The Vault, Greek Orthodoxy, and the Order of the Golden Dawn Universum with VH Frater DN.
BT takes us up the Path of ק for the segment From Station To Station, then discusses Sidereal, Tropical and Heliocentric Astrology, Magick, Politics, Gender Identity, Thelema, the O.T.O., William Wheeler, and Ad Societatem Angelorum: The Society of Angels with Alexandra Gongolski AKA Soror Ab Eternum, Hillel, and Soror Eve.
BT recites Chapter 3 Verses 4 through 7 for the segment TRANSFORMATIONS and Footnotes, then he and Lindsey Kimura interview Ian Baker regarding The Heart of the World and other Beyul, working with the Dalai Lama, the Jungian Shadow, The Art of Tibetan Healing, and present day devotees of Yeshe Tsogyal, the Mother of Tibetan Buddhism.