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Black Eyed Kids – Scary Podcast episode today.

Today’s podcast episode of The Magical world of G. Michael Vasey is about the Black Eyed Kids and features guest Darren Marlar of Weird Darkness fame reading a story from one of G. Michael Vasey’s books on the topic. Don’t miss this scary episode…. but don’t listen to it before bed either! G. Michael Vasey talks about the Black Eyed kids using material from his books on the topic. Weird Darkness podcast host, Darren Marlar, is the voice talent for the audio versions of the books and he narrates a story too. Listen in to the strange phenomenon that is the BEK. What are they? Why are they here? Tell me YOUR story at www.myhauntedlifetoo.com Special Guest – Darren Marlar (https://weirddarkness.com/) Chilling Tales of the Black eyed Kids and The

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Can You Help Him?

My boys live in Texas. Two of them lost their jobs as a result of this COVID thing. Neither received any iota of help from the Government there – no unemployment, no check for COVID relief, NOTHING. Too poor to afford computers, their access to the internet is limited. Too poor to pay hefty phone bills, their ability to stay on the line 3-4 hours waiting for a Government employee to actually answer the damned phone to help them is too expensive. One of my boys, Liam, lives alone in Houston in a small one room apartment. His previous job paid more or less minimum wage and was a 2-hour bus ride away. He was let go. The only person he could turn to for help was me but I’m

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Episode 4 – Imagination and Reality

Join me and listen in as I explore growing up and seeing the world as magical….. likeheartlaughterwowsadangry0

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I Scared a Ghost!

Episode 3 of the Magical world of G. Michael Vasey podcast (tune in here or iTunes etc.) released June 20th, features writer Thomas Bauerle. Thomas wrote a book about Japanese ghosts and his experiences with the paranormal in Japan that has sold well called – Kanashibari – True Encounters with the Paranormal in Japan. He discusses many of his experiences in the podcast including the time he scared a shadow man ghost…   G Michael Vasey – Music · The Magical World of G. Michael Vasey – Episode 3 – I scared a ghost! Thomas Bauerle has lived an entire lifetime of experiencing the paranormal and he talks about many of those experiences in the podcast. A particular focus of the book is Kanashibari, which is the Japanese equivalent of

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In Search of Winchester in Hungary – The Last Kingdom Set

I only started watching The Last Kingdom recently and consumed all 4 series just like that! It’s a brilliant show and set during a fascinating part of English history as the Saxons fought off the Vikings and tried to build what would become England out of a number of smaller countries. The show itself is really well done and quite compelling viewing. Recently, watching some videos of cast members ‘a day in the life of’, I discovered it is filmed largely just outside Budapest. Yes, the lockdown is to blame… Anyway, this weekend, I went to Hungary – to Budapest – for the first time since the borders re-opened in central Europe. On Saturday, we set off on a quest to find the Winchester in Hungary…. We travelled first to

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The Magical World of G. Michael Vasey – Episode 2: Talking Magic and The Initiate with Sue Vincent

  In this episode, I continue investigating the idea of ‘connecting with the land’ talking with Sue Vincent, who together with Stuart France, has been doing exactly that in the UK for the last several years and written a series of 8 books detailing their investigations. We discuss some of the locations that got them started that are documented in their book ‘The Initiate’ and consider the nature of Earth energies and indeed magic itself. About Sue Vincent I am a Yorkshire born painter and writer, living in the south of England. I paint the strange things that come as images in dreams and fantasies and write about life as it happens. I was raised in a spiritually eclectic family in a landscape where myths and legends were woven into

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Taking on Perun

Encouraged by my current reading of Alan Richardson’s latest book – Dark Magery – I have been exploring the God form. It’s not something I have ever attempted much in the past but for the last few days, I have been knocking on Perun’s door. Perun is the slavic God of thunder and one of the most important in the pantheon. I must say, at first, I got nothing much at all and was rather disappointed but then last night, I had some very strange dreams….. and today in short session where I took on the form of Perun in my imagination, some very strange thoughts. What I sensed was that Perun and the slavic culture of that time was really quite alien compered to now. For them, I got

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Czechia

My recent little book – Chasing the Shaman – seems to be doing quite well. It’s not one I expect to make the bestsellers list but I think it will find its audience through time. Talking of the book, author and magician Alan Richardson just kindly left this 5-star review on Amazon.co.uk.   To my shame I know nothing about the Czech Republic, and could not point out its location on a map. Nor could I offer you even the smallest morsel of information about its history or its myths, legends and deities. Yet Gary Vasey, a Yorkshireman, has shown that by making contact with the Spirit of the Land, Czechia can be seen as universal, with marvels that can resonate with all of us everywhere. He tells his story

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A Little Bowie in There?

I recently read a review of my 2019 album – The Anatomy of Love. It wasn’t the first time someone mentioned Bowie in a passing reference to my music but I have to say, it is a huge honor to ever be likened in any way at all to David Bowie – Rock God. Here is the review… The Anatomy of Love by G. Michael Vasey is a creative project by the Czech singer-songwriter with an ear for catchy melodies and European influences. Enjoyable tracks such as “Girl On The Phone” and “Free” demonstrate G. Michael Vasey’s unique talent and attention to detail through each song. Explosive guitar riffs and clean production values are prevalent through the entirety of The Anatomy of Love to express emotion and personality all its own. Fans of mod

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Rain

Rain moves across my field of vision A curtain of silver sparkles falling, falling I marvel how water runs with such precision Packets of water jostling their way downhill The air is heavy with warmth and moisture A heavy drip drips upon my dampened hair A sound wave ripples by – crashing thunder Petrichor could indeed be bottled and sold Become vogue among natural fragrance The scent of choice for elementals A statement made simply by chance The patter of water droplets on the window Helps me sleep and totally relax I adore walking in the rain – drenched Rain, water in motion and nature’s syntax Washing away my anger and my pain A gift from the Gods – a statement And cleansing for all the profane      

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