Comics And The Occult LiminalStream w/ Eric Millar


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Welcome to the second weekly #liminalstream via the PRAGMAGICK YOUTUBE!

“Welcome to the weekly Pragmagick #LiminalStream, I am your revelator Keats Ross and tonight I’d like to invite a brilliant, trans-dimensional wayfaring illustrator of wayward books and graphics to discuss the confluence between occult practice and “funny books” – or comic books as they are widely known.

Eric J. Millar is the creator of the Disruption Generator, a sort of anti-tarot and anarchic bibliomantic oracle as well as creator of a multitude of outsider graphic novels and illustrations. He is currently creating a new 400 component oracle entitled the Bottomless Bag which premieres a new component every Monday at Speaking of We The Hallowed, Millar has become the de facto illustrative soothsayer of our international magickal media collective.

The confluence of comics and the occult is one that is often celebrated with many accolades given to comic mages Alan Moore and Grant Morrison as touchstones of the riverbend. While works such as Promethea and The Invisibles, respectively, cannot be understated as luminous works – I hope Eric and I reveal some lesser known works and tethers within the comic & occult worlds. We come at this confluence as both creators and practitioners, not scholars, so we hope to delve deeply into the static ‘other’ that is communed with to create such works.”

Eric’s Links:


The Disruption Generator

The Bottomless Bag Oracle…

Amazon Books…


Show Notes:

Comics & The Occult Thesis

Hans Rickheit

Jim Woodring

Rogan Gosh by Milligan and McCarthy

The Cage by Martin Vaughn James

Secret History of John Constantine

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