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Occult Las Vegas Revealed
I’ve been researching the real Las Vegas for well over ten years, and I’ve reached a fascinating conclusion. What happens in Vegas stays hidden. The bright lights and sexy sights mask an unseen reality. I’ve put many of my theories into a documentary. Take a look. You may never look as Las Vegas the same way again.
The Roots of Jazz
Jazz is a music and a mentality. The roots can be traced to one of the most amazing cities in the world, the city of New Orleans. No matter where I am in the world, my heart is always in New Orleans.
Alan Moore, Urban Shaman
Alan Moore is a not only a gifted writer, he’s also been an extraordinary influence on my life and my art. Step inside his mind and take an incredible journey.
H.R. Giger Revealed
H.R. Giger is best known as the visual artist behind the film, Alien. That film is only the tip of this Swiss iceberg. Giger is prolific in the extreme. His bio-mechanical art isn’t for everyone. It’s been blowing my mind for over thirty years.
Clive Barker, Hellraiser
Clive Barker has been an inspiration to me both personally and professionally. His astonishing imagination knows no bounds. He encouraged me to write and complete my first novel, and for that I’m very grateful.
Terence McKenna, Mystical Locksmith
Terence McKenna is a man worthy of wider recognition. He’s a prolific writer who has covered a wide variety of fascinating topics. His insights into creativity will definitely open some doors, particularly for artists.
The History of the Magician
Magic is a fascinating and misunderstood subject, which of course adds to its mystery. The practitioners of magic are equally mysterious. Now learn more about what these individuals do in the shadows.
Rod Serling, American Master
Rod Serling made an indelible impression on my life many year ago. I consider The Twilight Zone to be the greatest television show of all time. It’s a groundbreaking achievement that will live forever. But that wasn’t all Mr. Serling had to offer. Enter the mind of a master.
This controversial film was long rumored to be smuggled out of North Korea. This is a myth. The film was actually made by a New Zealand filmmaker named Slavko Martinov. Regardless of its actual origins, it’s a compelling piece of filmmaking.