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The podcast about Thelema and Aleister Crowley

Lectures, readings, music, and more. Merch available here.

Co-produced by Enatheleme and IAO131.

All Thelema, all the time


Dec 21, 2009

Intro to Speech in the Silence | Winter Solstice | De Lege Libellum | sugam | Duo in Unum


Welcome to the home of Speech in the Silence, the official podcast of the ARARITA San Diego Thelema Group.

Today marks both the Solstice and the release of our first episode. The focus of Speech in the Silence podcast is on Thelema, Aleister Crowley, and Ordo Templi Orientis while also touching upon the subjects of magick, yoga, and initiation.

We will include lectures, music, interviews, discussions, and more. Also, we will feature readings of the Holy Books of Thelema and other important texts written by Aleister Crowley. Speech in the Silence is also a creative outlet for Thelemites, and we encourage listener feedback and participation.

Call and leave a message with your feedback, responses, readings, and rants on our voicemail line (don't forget to mention your name and location):

646-402-5688 x 46368

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[Click here to download Episode 1: Sol in Capricorn, Year 105]

In this episode:

  • Intro music: "Song of Adoration" by Frater Oz
  • Introduction to Speech in the Silence by Ashley
  • Short explanation of the Winter Solstice by Joseph Thiebes
  • "De Lege Libellum" reading (part 1) by Frater Oz
  • Musical interlude: "sugam" by ockham
  • "Duo in Unum" lecture on Solar Phallic Symbolism in the Gnostic Mass by Joseph Thiebes
  • Outro music: "Song of Adoration" by Frater Oz



over eleven years ago

Loved it!Can\'t wait to hear more.

over eleven years ago

Thanks for posting these. I very much enjoyed the talks and especially the music. You do a wonderful job at setting up a magikal environment with your presentations. Very well done. I am in NYC, it seems like you really have a nice community there. Again, love the music.

Here is my translation and recitation of Liber Resh in the dynastic Egytpian tongue. This is dawn, Ra. If anyone would like pdf\\\'s of the hieroglyphs and transliterations to these, it would be my pleasure. I have the the other three parts also, Hathoor, Tum, Khephra. They are my translations so you have my permission to use/print/distribute them.

Daniel 95

over eleven years ago

Great job! I look forward to future episodes.

Frater Peredur 1=0
over eleven years ago

Outstanding! What a wonderful debut! It is always good to hear an intelligent, well produced podcast of any kind, but especially one that is exploring Thelema and magick! Blessing and worship to you all in the coming year and keep up the great work!

Fr. סשה
over eleven years ago

I very much enjoyed this first episode. It would be redundant for me to describe everything I liked about it, as I would merely be re-stating the entire table of contents and then saying good things about each part. Nonetheless, I think it is worth mentioning that the lecture was an excellent idea and I hope to hear lectures of a similar caliber in future episodes. Also, the reading of De Lege Libellum was very well done and inspiring. Kudos to Fr. Oz for his excellent work on this as well as the Intro/Outro music, which I was also very inspired by.

Excellent work on this first installation, and I definitely look forward to future episodes!