Podcast recommendations

NoFunInAus

Kingfisher
Yeah man, this literally is something that came up in my mind painting my house. I ran out of them a long time ago and Rogan is just unbearable and music just gets annoying.

This one I liked if you're into movies and woke and how our culture has been subverted:

The Poz Button (libsyn.com)

This is also quite interesting in the whole woke sphere:

Homepage - Grand Theft World

Jay Dyer's Youtube is also awesome, always brings in interesting subjects ( his best content is behind a paywall but worth it):

Jay Dyer - YouTube


But like you, I'm eager for some more recommendations.
 

kel

Ostrich
They're not exactly podcasts, but I like commentary from Morgoth's Review, Edward Dutton, Endeavour, etc. Rarely do you need any kind of visual for them, they can be just listened to.

While I don't describe myself as a neo-reactionary as he does (I don't know how to label my politics/cultural view anymore), Endeavour's Lies of the Enlightenment series is my go to for giving to people as a summation of how and why I think modernity is fundamentally broken.

Those are all more "cultural commentary" than the kind of podcast you're looking for, but you might find some stuff you like.
 

Stadtaffe

Woodpecker
Orthodox
Gold Member
This is very red pilled politics:
The host is from Sweden and he interviews various people on the show. It's cleanly made and presented. There is also a members section but I never joined, not yet at least.

Is it healthy to listen to politics instead of:
health & wellness, survivalism, martial arts, hunting. All things that red blooded men love etc etc
The answer is probably not as much so but it is a bit hard not to when the world is burning and you can't even go to a gym cause it's illegal. Don't overdo it though, but if you have to drive somewhere or take a train, it's certainly better than the FM radio.

I just listened to this episode in the podcast app ( https://antennapod.org/ ) it was very good:
A good presentation of the war of the globalists on everyone else with some unique points on cancel culture, the US elections, big tech, new platforms and fighting back, UK.
 

ilostabet

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
Good podcast for anyone looking into a deeper spiritual understanding:


Important to listen in order (from the first onward).
 

J.E.

Robin
Common Filth Radio: your dose of degeneracy and fall of mankind. Take a break after ten or so episodes else you wanna neck yourself. It can get dark really quick. CF is a Protestant but a devout Christian and has illuminating insights on common everyday problems.


The World of Orthodox Christian Spirituality by Father Arseniye Yovanovich: a podcast that is unfortunately unfinished which tells the story of a Serbian monk before he made his vows. His story has some similarities to Roosh's life.
 

Hexameron

Chicken
I have enjoyed these podcast by Father David Abernethy on the Philokalia.

I like it on pod bean the best because the allow you to sort from oldest to newest.


 

Stadtaffe

Woodpecker
Orthodox
Gold Member
This is a good one, recently found it :
No-nonsense advice for simplifying your life. He has also a series on going off the grid and RV's, I've never taken an interest in that but am enjoying the others so much I may have a listen as well.
 

berserker2001

Robin
Orthodox
They're not exactly podcasts, but I like commentary from Morgoth's Review, Edward Dutton, Endeavour, etc. Rarely do you need any kind of visual for them, they can be just listened to.

While I don't describe myself as a neo-reactionary as he does (I don't know how to label my politics/cultural view anymore), Endeavour's Lies of the Enlightenment series is my go to for giving to people as a summation of how and why I think modernity is fundamentally broken.

Those are all more "cultural commentary" than the kind of podcast you're looking for, but you might find some stuff you like.
I disagree, you definitely want a visual for about the first 30 seconds of every Edward Dutton episode

Also thanks for the "Lies of the Enlightenment" rec - road trip tomorrow and I love hearing people rail on the Enlightenment
 

berserker2001

Robin
Orthodox
2 YouTube Channels I enjoy purely because I enjoy the way they think, and they challenge the entire modern "left vs. right" false American political dichotomy and push towards a more productive dialogue:

Keith Woods (many of you already know him, but he's young and a very bright, unique thinker to watch)
Chad A Haag (lesser known, but another young bright philosopher who often reviews alternative, controversial philosophers of modern history)

For politics I've been enjoying Scott Greer's channel since the election, very amusing guy who tactfully stays within YouTube censorship guidelines by dog-whistling properly. He's more a Millennial age guy so if you're Gen-X you might not enjoy
 
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Stadtaffe

Woodpecker
Orthodox
Gold Member
Have just started listening to this guy from South Africa, great accent, also some of the guests he has on the show :


He's being de-platformed here and there which is a good sign. Very critical and ridiculing of covid policy, and with some celebrity guests from the right of politics.
 

berserker2001

Robin
Orthodox
I'd like to give the Godward Podcast a bit of publicity. He explores many Christian themes and is such a likeable fellow. It's lamentable that he only has 651 subscribers. Give him a sub brothers.
I'm painting my house this week and am about 10 episodes in (chronologically from the first podcast) to the Godward Podcast, it is phenomenal stuff, very thought provoking. Would love to hear more suggestions of these "10,000 ft perspective:, logos-oriented, philosophical Christian podcasts if anyone has any. Seems like the tiny podcasts with small followings often have the deepest nuggets of wisdom, as if they fly under the radar so much that it allows for true expression of thought because there's nothing to lose or gain
 
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