Uncertain Places and Strange New Worlds: A Live, Online Talk with Occult Scholar Mitch Horowitz, Dr. Vanessa Sinclair, and Carl Abrahamsson
Sunday, January 15
Time: 2 pm EST
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All of us dwell today in uncertain places where UFOs are mainstream, ESP is scientifically proven through methods once used to debunk it, materialism is fading as a dominant philosophy of life, reports of mysterious beasts and strange visitors abound, astrology and Hermeticism are entering new phases of study, and extra-physicality is as near as your own thoughts. Occult scholar Mitch Horowitz joins Vanessa Sinclair and Carl Abrahamson to discuss all things uncertain—including the nature of your personal search.
Mitch Horowitz is a PEN Award-winning historian whose books include Uncertain Places, Occult America, Daydream Believer, and the forthcoming Modern Occultism. Mitch hosts the documentary The Kybalion directed by Ronni Thomas and appears in the upcoming Paramount thriller My Animal directed by Jacqueline Castel, a selection of Sundance 2023. Mitch’s books are published in eight languages. His work is censored in China.
Photo by Ebru Yildiz
The Psychoanalysis, Art & the Occult series of events, curated by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair and Carl Abrahamsson, is dedicated to exploring the intersections and integration of psychoanalytic theory, the creative arts, occult practices, and folk magic traditions. By inviting psychoanalysts, philosophers, artists, writers, and occult practitioners from a variety of theoretical orientations and worldviews to discuss their work, personal experiences, and areas of research interest with one another, dialogue is opened up between practitioners in fields of study that traditionally rarely engage with one another though often operate in similar and complementary ways. Join them at Patreon! www.Patreon.com/vanessa23carl