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C-Realm Podcast Episode 26

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Episode 23: The Voice of the Other

In this 26th episode of the C-Realm Podcast, host KMO actually reads some listener email. Later he talks with author Jeremy Narby about entheogens, the mysterious teaching “voice” of the Other, and the pervasiveness of intelligence in the non-human world.


Jeremy Narby is the author of three books, The Cosmic Serpent, Shamans Through Time (pb reprint), and most recently Intelligence in Nature.

You can read a Q&A with Jeremy here: http://deoxy.org/narbystew.htm

I had planned to ask Jeremy about Graham Hancock's new book, XXX, but I didn't get around to it in the interview. I asked him by email, and this is what he had to say:
I liked Hancock's book, I have been a fan of his for a long time, I
think he is courageous and he marshals the evidence like a professional.
He does not fear the difficult questions. I think that he favors open-
minded inquiry above all, and on that count I am certainly on his side.

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Maybe you noticed... maybe not, but I did not put any music behind the interviews this week. The only music I used this week, aside from the the unofficial C-Realm Podcast theme, Somptin Happnin' (which you can download for free at the Promonet/IODAlliance website) was some music originally created by Dr. Richard Grossman for C-Realm Podcast Episode 8: Healing Songs. He named the file "ocarina & kuo xiang" which identifies the instruments he used. If you're interested in it, send me an email and I'll email it to you.

Download "Somptin Happnin'" (mp3)
from "Polymorphic Convolutions"
by Various Artists
Electronic Soundscapes


    ( 1 comment — Leave a comment )
    Apr. 2nd, 2007 08:42 am (UTC)
    hey there :)

    I really enjoyed this episode...the email, the responces, your thoughts, along with the interview to follow...and I'm curious about this "voice" you refer to, and having not taken the same 'trip' you've taken in order to hear it, I'm wondering if the experience is similar to like those all too rare, but incredibly insightful conversations one can get into with 'characters' during a very lucid dream - as I've wondered myself at times, if whether or not a number of these 'characters' were actually an independant consciousness ( at least in part, with consideration given to such ideas as the 'collective conscience' )...allthough, like yourself, i tend to feel a need to exercise some healthy sceptism, even though i do adore the idea of interacting somehow, and with no expense but the time and energy required to take a mid-day nap...:)
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