The Occult Unveiled Podcast reveals secret rituals, strange experiences, and miracles by adept practitioners giving the listener a rare look into controversial, even scary, spiritual beliefs and practices.
Introducing The Occult Unveiled
Michelle Belanger, one of the world’s most prominent occult practitioners shares her incredible journey, growing up in the ‘70s as an intersex, queer person, becoming a spokesperson for vampyre culture and working on TV sets as an occultist.
Michael W. Ford, a practitioner and author of Apotheosis: The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Luciferianism & the Left-Hand Path, provides context on the extremely controversial and misunderstood practice of Luciferianism. Michael explains how Luciferianism is a path to a higher state of consciousness and not a justification for evil.
Hollywood’s “Good Witch” and psychic medium, Patti Negri shares some of her astonishing experiences on film sets including Ghost Adventures, her medium work at the infamous Cecil Hotel, and how connecting the mind, body, and spirit is essential for magickal work.
Nish grew up in India with his grandfather memorizing the ancient Hindu texts. Nish now lives in Los Angeles as a musician and a spiritual teacher. Nish shares with us what Indian Spiritual truly is and his views on the nature of evil.
D’Mitry, a respected #Witchtoker, hereditary “Hoodoo Man” shares secret knowledge on African Traditional Religions. D’Mitry’s spiritual work centers around connecting people to their ancestors and herbal or “root” workings. D’Mitry also explains how one could justify potentially harmful magick.
Scarlett Amaris, a witch dedicated to the Goddess Hekate and an esoteric scholar, shares her experiences as a high-priestess. Scarlett explains how she has fused her occult knowledge into her job as a Hollywood screenwriter, most notably Color Out of Space with Nicholas Cage.
Marco Visconti, a lifelong partitioner of Western Esotericism as an initiate of Thelema and Freemasonry, discusses everything from being baptized by the Pope to being targeted by extremists in the occult community. Marco explains how sex magick is the most powerful way to engage with magick and can be “a shortcut to talking to gods”.
Salvatore Santoro, a witch, occult educator, and co-owner of the “The Crooked Path” apothecary in Los Angeles, reveals with brutal honesty on how magick transformed his life forever and what it is like being “a witch for hire.”
Many people think that the occult is "hocus pocus" when the occult sciences inform our modern scientific method today. However, there is a rift in our world right now between fact and faith, between science and religion. In this episode, guests from season 1 share their thoughts about the compatibility of science and the occult.