This episode is the second of three “interview-only” episodes published this month. That means, just the interview with just a short intro by Rudolf, no news, no reviews.

This week Rudolf welcomes back a guest who a year ago was very warmly received by all of you: Tobias Churton, British author and historian, musician and playwright is with us again. This time we talk mainly about his latest book “The Spiritual Meaning of the Sixties”, but when Rudolf and Tobias (both born in 1960) start talking about those years, you can be sure that they soon end up talking about many other issues regarding Occultism, Magic, Music and times in general. All of this with Tobias’ usual British wit and humour!




A world authority on Gnostic spirituality, TOBIAS CHURTON is Britain’s leading scholar in the field of Western Esotericism. Holding a Masters degree in Theology from Brasenose College, Oxford, he was appointed Honorary Fellow and Faculty Lecturer in Western Esotericism at Exeter University in 2005. Tobias is also a filmmaker, poet, composer, and the author of many books, including The Gnostics, The Golden Builders, Occult Paris, The Babylon Gene and acclaimed biographies of William Blake, Aleister Crowley, Elias Ashmole and G.I. Gurdjieff.

And this is his website


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