Peter Bebergal – The Occult and Rock and Roll
Peter Bebergal follows the path of famous inventors, engineers, seekers, and seers who attempted to answer life’s ultimate mysteries by using various technologies to communicate with the otherworldly and will discuss the influence of occult traditions on rock and roll.
Peter Bebergal writes widely on the speculative and slightly fringe. His essays and reviews have appeared in NewYorker.com, The Times Literary Supplement, Boing Boing, The Believer, and The Quietus. He is the author of Strange Frequencies: The Extraordinary Story of the Technological Quest for the Supernatural; Season of the Witch: How the Occult Saved Rock and Roll; Too Much to Dream: A Psychedelic American Boyhood, and The Faith Between Us: A Jew and a Catholic Search for the Meaning of God (with Scott Korb). Bebergal studied religion and culture at Harvard Divinity School. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Rev. Alan Cox – The Psychic Surgeon
Rev. Alan Cox discusses his remarkable experiences working with people through psychic surgery and exorcism, including near-miraculous healings and preternatural encounters with both good and evil entities that exist – and are beyond the understanding of a common man.
Rev. Alan Cox is a psychic surgeon, healer, psychic investigator and clairvoyant. He travels all over the UK to help people with spiritual problems. He has been featured on the BBC | Black Country website. Alan has also been featured with his partner Anne in the June 2008 issue of Take a Break’s Fate and Fortune magazine and in the September 2008 issue of Chat It’s Fate magazine. His many other talents include being an international psychic, spiritual counselor, healer, award-winning radio broadcaster and producer, author, film and theatre producer, and member of the Eurasian Creative Guild.
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