Oberon Zell-Ravenheart is a renowned Wizard and Elder in the worldwide magical community, holding academic degrees in sociology, anthropology, psychology, teaching, and theology. He founded a visionary church, helped to forge a major worldwide religious movement, and published Green Egg, the legendary journal of modern Paganism.Oberon and his wife, Morning Glory, rediscovered the long-lost secret of the Unicorn and in 1980 created the first of several living Unicorns. After several years of exhibiting their authentic Medieval-style Unicorns at Renaissance Fairs all around the U.S., they arranged a four-year exhibition contract with Ringling Bros./Barnum & Bailey Circus which presented these legendary creatures to millions throughout the world.
In Feb. 1985, Oberon organized a video diving expedition to New Guinea which identified the species of the mysterious Ri and solved the ages-old mystery of the Mermaid.Oberon is a sculptor of ancient Gods and Goddesses, and of mythological and legendary creatures, available as the Mythic Images Collection. He is also the founder and Headmaster of the online Grey School of Wizardry. He has been called the real-life Albus Dumbledore.
In the first half, radio host Alex Jones reacted to an executive order-- National Defense Resources Preparedness, which was signed by Pres. Obama on Friday. The order, which went unchallenged, "hands the entire economy over to the executives, it allows the public to be put into work brigades, and allows public lands to be sold off," said Jones. In the latter half, practicing wizard Oberon Zell shared his unique knowledge of the occult, including a compendium of cryptozoological and mythical creatures. ... More »Host: George Noory
Practicing Wizard Oberon Zell-Ravenheart talked about elements of magic and wisdom, as well as real and mythical creatures. In his recent book A Wizard's Bestiary, he catalogues a variety of critters and creatures. The legendary sea monsters known as the Kraken have a modern corollary in the giant squid, he detailed, while the story of the mythical Cyclops (a giant with one eye) might have become embedded in lore after someone misidentified the skull of a mastodon. Wizardry typically involves helping others, employing both magic and wisdom, as opposed to sorcery which has a more negative, selfish connotation, Zell explained. A number of 20th century figures could be thought of as wizards, including Buckminster Fuller, Jack Parsons and Nikola Tesla, while Hitler and Manuel Noriega could be viewed as sorcerers, he commented. The wizard's staff, often as tall as the wizard, can be used to direct energy, said Zell, who noted that his techniques include psychokinesis and healing ... More »Host: Ian Punnett