32nd degree freemason, & former Grand Archdruid
of The Ancient Order of Druids in America joins us
once more in the Den to talk the Coelbern Alphabet,
the Academy of the Sword – a recently translated
manual of swordsmanship as a Western martial
art based on Renaissance sacred geometry, & more!
At the end of the show in the last half hour we announce the winners of our SEND DENVER MICHAELS A SAMMICH CONTEST https://goo.gl/hL8eWM
Our grand prize winner is KevinDGAF from Nebraska
He will receive 3 signed copies of Denver’s books and guest host on our June 15 show with Laird Scranton!
Congrats to our other winners
– Ellen McCurdy and Marc Catalano
If you could email or msg me your mailing addresses so we can send out your prizes.
Also congrats to Rob Jeffries on your consolation prize. Email your email address to email@example.com so Denver can get you your ebook!
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John Michael Greer
John Michael Greer (born 1962) is an American author who writes on the environment, various religions, and occult topics. He served from December 2003 to December 2015 as the Grand Archdruid of the Ancient Order of Druids in America, and since then has focused on the Druidical Order of the Golden Dawn, which he founded in 2013.
Writing in The Futurist magazine, Rick Docksai declared that Greer’s book The Ecotechnic Future is “as realistic a portrayal of the end of civilization as one is likely to find.” It was also positively reviewed in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries and was recommended in the industry journal Energy Policy.
The International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability referred to his book The Wealth of Nature as “challeng[ing] the paradigms that underlie the complex system of wealth distribution we know as economics.”
His book The New Encyclopedia of the Occult was selected as a reference text in 2005 by American Libraries and noted by Booklist and Publishers Weekly.
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