Aug 18, 2017
Welcome to Weird Web Radio! I'm your host, Lonnie Scott!
This episode features my kindred spirit Kim Huggens. I met Kim
in person back in 2014 at TarotCon in Dallas. She was my favorite
presenter, and we ended up building a great friendship ever since
that event. Kim has such a wonderful diverse path to her current
views and skills that I'm going to pull the information from her
bio in the Tarot Apokalipsis book.
Kim is the author of the award winning book Complete Guide to
Tarot Illuminati - Best Tarot Book of the Year 2013 and Outstanding
Cartomancy Book 2013. Kim also wrote Tarot 101 which is one of the
top two books I recommend to anyone learning Tarot. She's
co-created Tarot Apokalypsis, Sol Invictus: The God Tarot, and
Pistis Sophia: The Goddess Tarot. Kim is published in The Conjure
Codex; Priestesses, Pythonesses, and Sibyls; Both Sides of Heaven;
and Memento Mori. Kim has an undergrad in Philosophy, and a
postgraduate degree in Ancient History; her research focused on
religion in late antiquity, malefic-erotic magic in the
Graeco-Roman period, necromancy throughout history, mystery
religions of the ancient world and mythology. She's been using
tarot for over 20 years, giving workshops and lectures
internationally. Kim was initiated into Vodou in Sosyete Gade Nou
Leve in 2009. Kim is also quite find of role playing games whether
on a table or LARP.
Now that we covered the accolades and such, let's dig into
what we discussed. Here are some of the major points:
Death In The Western World
Dealing With Losing a
Ancestor Worship Made More
Ancestral Worship In
Death Transforms Spirituality
Faults of the Funeral Industry
The Order of the Good
Jake Stratton Kent
The Greek Magical Papyri
Conjure Codex 1
The Nature of the Gods
Thoughts On Cultural
Race In Religion
LARP and Table Top Role Playing
Games Tied Into Spiritual and Personal Empowerment
You'll get all that and more!
Go out and buy your own Tarot Illuminati and / or the Tarot
Intro voice over by Lothar Tuppan.
Outro voice over by Lonnie Scott
Intro & Outro Music by Nine Inch Nails on the album ‘7’,
song title ‘Ghost’, under Creative Commons License.