Clairaudience: Imaginary Friends

You have tuned your mental radio to a very particular frequency and entered a phantasmagorical zone, one in which you mustn’t take things too literally, but you must also be sure to take them seriously. It’s time for Clairaudience, with Ersa Lowly. Tonight, we hear from a 1-877-WASTOIDS caller who shares a story about their imaginary friend, and then turn to the work of esotericist Alexandra David-Neel on the topic of “tulpas”—imaginary beings come to life—for some answers. 

Tunes heard in this episode:

Molly Lewis- “Oceanic Feeling” (Bandcamp)

Magic-Really, Really (YouTube)

Seth Kassleman- “How Did You Get Into This Line of Work?” (Bandcamp)

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Clairaudience is channeled by Mandi Kimes, features original music and sounds by Sam Means, and is written and produced by Jason P. Woodbury. The Clairaudience theme is “Mooganga,” by Bobby Christian. 

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