James Wasserman is a lifelong student of religion and spiritual development. His numerous books reflect these interests. His writings and editorial efforts maintain a focus on spirituality, creative mythology, secret societies, history, religion, and politics. He is a passionate advocate of individual liberty. An admirer of the teachings of Aleister Crowley, he has played a key role in numerous seminal publications of the Crowley corpus. He is also an adherent of the founding philosophy of the American Republic and its design of limited government and maximum personal autonomy.
- The Temple of Solomon: From Ancient Israel to Secret Societies
- An Illustrated History of the Knights Templar
- The Templars and the Assassins
- The Secrets of Masonic Washington
- In the Center of the Fire: A Memoir of the Occult 1966-1989
In the first half, fossil restorationist Joe Taylor talked about ancient evidence for giants, his creationist views, and the fossils of large creatures. In the latter half, author James Wasserman discussed the importance of the spiritual quest, the occult practices of Aleister Crowley, and how awakenings during the 60s and 70s were fueled by the embrace of Eastern religions, and Western Magic ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half, lecturer and commentator Charles Goyette spoke about the fractured American Dream, and how our freedom and prosperity can be restored. It's been 52 months since the recession began, and the worst may be yet to come, he warned. In the latter half, author James Wasserman discussed secret societies, their connection to the occult, as well as the Temple of Solomon. ... More »Host: George Noory