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Jan 11, 2017

Independent researcher and soon-to-be author Richard Armin calls into the show to distill one of the most mysterious stories of early 20th century occultism: the life and death of French cultural and intellectual giant Irene Hillel-Erlanger and her alchemical masterpiece “Voyages en Kaleidoscope”.

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