Thomas Hatsis is an historian of witchcraft, magic, Western religions, contemporary psychedelia, entheogens, and medieval pharmacopeia. He has worked in historical research at Queens College and taught history at Pioneer Pacific College. A derbygypsy, juggler, musician, and potion-mixer, Hatsis also skates throughout the global derby underworld, dodging police, visiting rare archives, slinging elixirs, and coaching roller derby. He lives … somewhere … with a kitty cat.
Rebekah Roth shared her theory of the 9-11 attacks. Followed by Thomas Hatsis on witchcraft, microdosing, and psychedelics. More »
Analyst Craig B. Hulet delved into the underside of geopolitical conflicts. Followed by Thomas Hatsis on medieval witches and psychedelic plants. More »