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Magick, the Occult, Humor & Song with Lon Milo DuQuette

You may be interested in a recent appearance by Lon Milo DuQuette on the Farkas Files podcast show for Magick, the Occult, Humor & Song. The show was a live event on Thursday, but can be listened to online.

Listen to the episode:

“I read Lon Milo Duquette’s book ‘The Chicken The Chicken Qabalah of Rabbi Lamed Ben Clifford,’ learned a lot and laughed even more. He is a master of the occult and of teaching it by making us laugh. He does the same thing with his music as a singer / songwriter. He is an internationally recognized authority on tarot and western ceremonial magick, the occult and mysticism.” [via]

Trance Induction


Trance Induction

This track was recorded while in a state of trance induced by chemical & spiritual tools.

The Implicit Order is not involved in any wave, stream, genre or scene. I/O started in 1989 as a Mail Art project and by the early 1990’s it developed into a full time musical project incorporating many of the Industrial/Experimental ideas of the late 1970’s, 1980’s and beyond. The band always tried to inject a sense of the Occult, humor and an off-kilter view into the image and recordings. The Implicit Order was active in the Cassette Culture of the 1990’s up to 2001. In 2002 the band took a break from recording and resumed in 2008. Some labels of note that I/O has appeared on: Wholeness Recordings, AIN23, Phantasma Disques, Classwar Karaoke, Vuzh Music, SuRRism Phonoethics, Black Circle Records, Clinical Archives, EE Tapes, Cohort Records

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Magick, Music and Ritual 6, the Winter 2013 anthology album from the Hermetic Library
Hermetic Library Anthology Project – Magick Music and Ritual 6