A fascinating discussion with William Hodson and his friendship with controversial Roman Catholic author and exorcist Malachi Martin, the secret power of the Jesuits, secret societies, Vatican cabals, the Divine Feminine, Stigmata, and the power of hope.
Mark Stavish, the Director of Studies for the Institute for Hermetic Studies, is a life-long student of esotericism with over 35 years experience in comparative religion, philosophy, psychology, and mysticism with emphasis on Western spiritual traditions. Mark is the author of over a dozen books, as well as edited and contributed to an equal number of publications. His writings are popular in several languages, including French, Russian, Portuguese, Spanish, Polish, and Estonian. A frequent media quest, Mark has appeared several times on Coast to Coast AM (C2C) with George Norry, as well as Just Energy Radio, Paranormal Science, Bob Hieronimus 21st Century Radio, History Channel, A&E, and has been a consultant on numerous media productions. As a graduate of King’s College, in Theology (B.A.), and Communications (B.A.), and Rhode Island College (Providence), with a Master’s degree in Counseling emphasizing psycho-spiritual modalities and Psychosynthesis, Mark brings a unique blend of tradition with modern research to the application of esoteric philosophy.
Thank you Mark.
See you this evening! ^^
The audio quality was such that I could understand barely half of what was being said. Still, I listened to the entire thing which is testimony to my thirst for this sort of discussion.
a. Has William written a book or is there a collection of essays available anywhere?
b. Could he build a family chart the “good” vs “not so good” Freemasonic groups?
c. What does he know about the demise of John Paul I?
d. When does he mark the “fall” of the RC org? 325AD?
e. Was there a time when the RC Church did more good than harm?
f. Is his understanding of the Inquisition really as shallow as his comments here indicated?
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