Peter Bebergal

Peter Bebergal

Biography:

Peter Bebergal writes widely on the speculative and slightly fringe. His essays and reviews have appeared in NewYorker.com, The Times Literary Supplement, Boing Boing, The Believer, and The Quietus. He is the author of Season of the Witch: How the Occult Saved Rock and Roll; Too Much to Dream: A Psychedelic American Boyhood, and The Faith Between Us: A Jew and a Catholic Search for the Meaning of God (with Scott Korb). Bebergal studied religion and culture at Harvard Divinity School. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Past Shows:

  • Technological Quest for the Supernatural / Houdini & Magic

    Peter Bebergal discussed how people have used technology to enhance the supernatural. Followed by Professor Slim King on Houdini's life and afterlife.More »
  • Rock and Roll & the Occult

    Writer Peter Bebergal discussed the connection between rock and roll and the mysterious world of the occult as seen in lyrics, performances and album covers. Open Lines followed in the latter half.More »

Last Night

Natural Remedies / Shamanic Healing
Natural Remedies / Shamanic Healing
Pharmacist Ben Fuchs discussed natural remedies and supplements for optimal health. Followed by analyst John M. Curtis with commentary on current events, and teacher Jonathan Hammond on Huna and shamanic practices.

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