Friday, July 31, 2015

Bob Dobbs Reads Alan Cabal

Alan Cabal, 2010

Alan Cabal is an American journalist and occultist who has written for New York Press, High Times magazine, CounterPunch, and other publications.

In the Nineties, he performed in the band White Courtesy Telephone. His tenure at the New York Press concluded in 2005 when he resigned in response to Matt Taibbi's controversial satire titled “The 52 Funniest Things About the Upcoming Death of the Pope.”

Off and on from 1979 to the early 1990s, Cabal worked at The Magickal Childe in the Chelsea area of Manhattan, an occult shop founded in the mid-1970s as the Warlock Shop by Herman Slater; the shop went out of business in the late-1990s. Cabal was described in Christopher Knowles’ book Our Gods Wear Spandex as a luminary of the occult scene in New York City, which Cabal had profiled in the New York Press essay titled “The Doom that Came to Chelsea,” when he also shared that he was involved with the administration of the “Caliphate” version of Aleister Crowley’s Ordo Templi Orientis for nearly twenty years. Wikipedia

Interview with Alan Cabal Part 1, 2, 3, 4

Below: Bob Dobbs reads from Alan Cabal’s articles at Splice Today.

28 February 2015
Reading begins at 17:36

7 March 2015
Reading begins at 18:32

21 March 2015
Reading begins at 15:51

Part 1
Reading begins at 16:41
Part 2
11 April 2015

23 May 2015

Part 1
Reading begins at 39:02
Part 2
continues at 45:32
Part 3
30 May 2015

6 June 2015
Reading begins at 6:44

Part 1
Reading begins at 18:39
Part 2
4 July 2015

11 July 2015
Reading begins at 29:23

Part 1
Reading begins at 28:02
Part 2
18 July 2015

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