dtoxxxx (fka OCCULTURE) podcast

dtoxxxx (fka OCCULTURE)

Occulture Media

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    Trailer | A 2013 Episode of The Joe Rogan Experience

    6:58

    I love speculations and curiosities. I’ve learned over the years that nobody walking this planet (plane?) knows anything. A bunch of people get trotted out on your screen of choice and do a fine job acting like they know things, but nobody really knows anything. So I took it upon myself to learn about the one thing I knew for certain I could learn about without any outside influence or coercion: myself. I embedded some of that journey into a podcast project I called Occulture. And I plan on embedding more of that here. But that’s mostly the subtext. On the surface, the content you’ll be reading or listening to will center around speculations on society, culture and the human experience, delivered mostly via musings on film, literature, music, philosophy, psience, health & wellness, and any and all weird and esoteric shit you can conjure up in that sexy little imagination of yours. Oh, and pro wrestling. The pro wrestling metascript is definitely part of this. Oh, you don’t know what the pro wrestling metascript is? Great. All the more reason to subscribe and support. Ah, yes, I said support. Because there will be content behind a paywall at dtoxxxx.substack.com. Why Substack? Because there will be writing too, and that's where all our bonus audio content will be as well. For now. Until I launch dtoxxxx.com and join Rokfin or Odysee or Rumble or whatever else I've not even heard of yet. Damn, the online content world has changed so much in two years. Hey, another reason to subscribe and support: fiction. I plan on publishing some on that Substack. Short stories, serialized novels, even screenplays. I love writing it, and I want to share it with people who may appreciate it. Yet another reason to subscribe and support: absolutely unhinged, unrestrained, uncensored content. If you’re not truly open-minded, this is not for you. There will be guests, yes, of course. I'm a pretty good interviewer and I'm gonna keep interviewing people. There will be some other contributors too, though, some friends, maybe some family, maybe random people I pull off the street. I'm looking for real and raw conversations wherever I can find them. This whole thing is gonna be what The Joe Rogan Experience used to be, you know when it was good and not polluted by ESG corporate standards and sociopolitical propaganda and Spotify sycophants. So if this sounds like something you'd jam to, click that subscribe button, click that Substack link, and let’s dtoxxxx, man. Lord knows we need something new. Music: "Bear" by Akes J Beats
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    144. Dylan Louis Monroe in “HC SVNT DRACONES” // The Cult of Baal & the Healing Web

    2:30:04

    Some of you know Dylan Louis Monroe from his work on what he calls the Deep State Mapping Project, where he’s put his artistry and creativity to work to develop detailed visual artworks that explain the many connections among the “deep state”, the Q Web, as he calls it. But he’s also produced some other similar diagrams along those same lines, two of which we’ll dig into here, the Cult of Baal and the Healing Web.  This one does take a bit to really get going, because we cover off on some of Dylan’s personal background up front, but once we get going, we gone. I would recommend pulling open the show notes and following along with the diagrams as we talk about them, if you’re able to. Or, at the least, giving them a visit when you have more time to dissect and digest them, because they really are pieces of Art.   RESOURCES The Cult of Baal diagram The Healing Web diagram Dylan’s YouTube channel Dylan on Instagram   MUSIC Vestron Vulture - “I Want to Be a Robot (Tribute to Giorgio Moroder)”    DONATE If recurring monthly support via Patreon isn’t your thing, we do accept one time-donations via PayPal, Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple. Every little bit helps.   MERCH Get 50% off on everything at our Etsy shop. Use the coupon code GOODRIDDANCE at checkout!   SOCIAL Twitter Instagram Facebook Tumblr   PRODUCTION & LICENSING This podcast is produced in the Kingdom of Ohio and is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International. Executive Producers: Mauricio G., Daniel R., Kelly C., Bruce H., Christopher B., Timothy W., Nick F., Michael Q., Jamaica J., John W., Andy E., Colleen F., Saliyah S., Michael S., Kevin C., Megan B., Kaleb H., Dionisio T., Scotty R., CL, Raymond G.   REMINDER Love yourself. Think for yourself. Question authority.
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    143. J.W. Ocker in “Odd Things I’ve Seen” // Halloween in Salem, Poe’s Hallowed Haunts & Subversive Haunted House Stories

    1:15:54

    J.W. Ocker is the award-winning author of macabre travelogues, spooky kid’s books and horror novels. His nonfiction books include, among others, Poe-Land: The Hallowed Haunts of Edgar Allan Poe (Edgar Award winner) and A Season with the Witch: The Magic and Mayhem of Halloween in Salem, Massachusetts. His latest book, the novel Twelve Nights at Rotter House, is out now.  He is also the creator of OTIS: Odd Things I've Seen (oddthingsiveseen.com), where he chronicles his visits to thousands of oddities of culture, art, nature, and history across the country and world with photos, articles, and through Odd Things I've Seen: The Podcast. His work has appeared on or in CNN.com, The Atlantic, Rue Morgue, the Boston Globe, The Guardian, and other places people stick writing. PATREON EXTENSION Listen at patreon.com/occulture J.W.’s favorite haunted house stories Danvers State Insane Asylum How to do Sleepy Hollow right Poe’s history in Philadelphia Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum in Las Vegas What J.W.’s watching this Halloween season Plus, a special Halloween intro   RESOURCES A Season with the Witch on IndieBound A Season with the Witch on Amazon Poe-Land on IndieBound Poe-Land on Amazon Twelve Nights at Rotter House on IndieBound Twelve Nights at Rotter House on Amazon J.W.’s website J.W. on Facebook J.W. on Instagram J.W. on Twitter   MUSIC Vestron Vulture - “I Want to Be a Robot (Tribute to Giorgio Moroder)”  Kill Yourself - Intro to “Let’s Halloween (2014)” Splitbreed - “Walkers” Ponzoo - “This Is Halloween (Trap Remix)” Kaico and Cocosh - “Ghostbusters (Club Edit)” DONATE If recurring monthly support via Patreon isn’t your thing, we do accept one time-donations via PayPal, Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple. Every little bit helps. MERCH Tees, tanks, hoodies, hats. Check ‘em out at our Etsy shop. SOCIAL Twitter Instagram Facebook Tumblr   PRODUCTION & LICENSING This podcast is produced in the Kingdom of Ohio and is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International. Executive Producers: Mauricio G., Daniel R., Kelly C., Bruce H., Christopher B., Timothy W., Nick F., Michael Q., Jamaica J., Mute Ryan, John W., Andy E., Colleen F., Saliyah S., Michael S., Kevin C., Megan B., Kaleb H., Dionisio T., Scotty R., CL, Raymond G. REMINDER Love yourself. Think for yourself. Question authority.
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    142. Occult Fan in “Bless This Immunity” // Esoteric & Occult Themes in TOOL’s Fear Inoculum

    1:54:20

    The one and only Occult Fan, aka Nathan Lee Miller Foster, is back in the house for a third time. Nathan Lee is a musician, writer at OccultFan.com, and host of the Six of Swords podcast, and we are going to dig deep into a piece of art that was forged by four of the most marvelous magicians of our modern era. Collectively they are known as TOOL, one of the pre-eminent musical forces roaming the realm today. Their latest album, Fear Inoculum, is their first in 13 years. Highly anticipated by both fans and critics alike, and from the sounds of things, was well worth the wait. But this is not a critical review of that album. This is a complete and total thematic deconstruction of what this album is about, song by song, image by image, even tweet by tweet, because this is a band that has become known for their meticulousness. Every riff, every polyrhythm, every lyric, every liner note, every visual set piece associated with their musical catalog is carefully curated and then deeply dissected by their fanbase, for better or for worse, but always in good fun and good faith. Nathan Lee and I did this way back in episode 35 for another album by the band, so we figured, why not do it again and share it with all of you? Because, when we started to dig into this from a thematic standpoint, we found such a rich message laced with both apt cultural commentary and poignant interpersonal insight. It’s both a warning and a prescription, as any piece of good art is, and whether you know the band or not, or whether you’ve heard the music or not, it’s all kind of irrelevant for the purposes of this discussion, unless you want to completely comprehend all of Nathan Lee’s references that stem from his extensive knowledge of the band and their history. RESOURCES Nathan Lee’s website Nathan Lee on Twitter Nathan Lee on Bandcamp TOOL’s Fear Inoculum on Amazon   DONATE If recurring monthly support via Patreon isn’t your thing, we do accept one time-donations via PayPal, Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple. Every little bit helps.   MERCH Tees, tanks, hoodies, hats. Check ‘em out at our Etsy shop.   SOCIAL Twitter Instagram Facebook Tumblr   MUSIC Vestron Vulture - “I Want to Be a Robot (Tribute to Giorgio Moroder)” Occams Laser - "Martyr Farker (Occulture Edit)"   PRODUCTION & LICENSING This podcast is produced in the Kingdom of Ohio and is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International. Executive Producers: Mauricio G., Daniel R., Kelly C., Bruce H., Christopher B., Timothy W., Nick F., Michael Q., Jamaica J., Mute Ryan, John W., Andy E., Colleen F., Saliyah S., Michael S., Kevin C., Megan B., Kaleb H., Dionisio T., Scotty R., CL, Raymond G.   REMINDER Love yourself. Think for yourself. Question authority.
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    141. Phil Hall in “Celluloid Rorschach Test” // Bigfoot, Patterson, Gimlin & the Weirdest Movie Ever Made

    1:06:31

    Phil Hall is the author of, among other titles, a book called The Weirdest Movie Ever Made: The Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot Film. Phil is a film writer whose work has appeared in The New York Times, New York Daily News and Wired, and he is the host of the podcast “The Online Movie Show with Phil Hall”, which is available on SoundCloud. What Phil has done in this book is look at the Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot film from a technical filmmaking standpoint and as a cinematic and cultural artifact. He also looks at the men who made the film and the details of their story before, during and after their infamous Bigfoot footage became a meme. We’re not too interested, for the purpose of this discussion, in the “authenticity” of the film. Whether the footage is real or a hoax doesn’t matter. Because this is a piece of art whose impact can be felt beyond belief systems. At the end of the day this is just a film, a movie. And as Phil says, it’s perhaps the weirdest movie ever made. RESOURCES The Weirdest Movie Ever Made on IndieBound The Weirdest Movie Ever Made on Amazon Phil on Facebook Phil’s podcast   DONATE If recurring monthly support via Patreon isn’t your thing, we do accept one time-donations via PayPal, Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple. Every little bit helps.   MERCH Tees, tanks, hoodies, hats. Check ‘em out at our Etsy shop.   SOCIAL Twitter Instagram Facebook Tumblr   MUSIC Vestron Vulture - “I Want to Be a Robot (Tribute to Giorgio Moroder)” Occams Laser - "Martyr Farker (Occulture Edit)"   PRODUCTION & LICENSING This podcast is produced in the Kingdom of Ohio and is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International. Executive Producers: Carter Y., Mauricio G., Daniel R., Kelly C., Bruce H., Christopher B., Timothy W., Nick F., Michael Q., Jamaica J., Mute Ryan, John W., Andy E., Colleen F., Saliyah S., Michael S., Kevin C., Megan B., Kaleb H., Dionisio T., Scotty R., CL, Raymond G.   REMINDER Love yourself. Think for yourself. Question authority.
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    RAW 15: Nichole Hamilton on the Current State of the Horror Genre // Jordan Peele, Ari Aster, Halloween, IT & the Stephen King Renaissance

    1:25:00

    Nichole Hamilton is the mind and voice behind the Chiaroscuro Horror blog and podcast. She joins the show to rap about the current state of the horror genre, including riffing on the rise of writer-directors Jordan Peele and Ari Aster, last year’s Halloween sequel, the recent IT films, and the renaissance of Stephen King film adaptations.

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