Uprooting the Experience of Normality

On this edition James speaks with philosopher and esotericist Neil Kramer on the relationships between empire, education, and the modern psyche. Kramer argues that the world is at an important crossroads where people increasingly question their neil-kramermisplaced faith in traditional institutions and the experiences they seek to govern. Today human beings are commensurately discovering their own power as individuals, and using this empowerment to question the collectivist ideas and attitudes fostered by today’s mass media and schooling.

Neil Kramer’s research, writing and multimedia endeavors focus on spirituality, mysticism, and metaphysics. He explores the relationship between inner development and the many social and cultural factors that influence our everyday lives. Kramer emphasizes embracing truth and confronting the negative in a journey to transform self.

Kramer is faculty at the Omega Institute in New York, where he teaches philosophy, mysticism, esoteric studies, and self development. He is a popular guest on leading alternative radio and internet shows, as well as TV networks in the US, Canada, Britain, and Europe.


Kramer is the author of The Unfoldment: The Organic Path to Clarity, Power, and Transformation (New Page Books, 2012). He produces a regular podcast, called Roamcast, and is presently developing a feature-length documentary, Transmutation, which addresses “uprooting the experience of normality.”  

Neil Kramer was born and educated in the UK. He spent many years working in the software industry, before finally devoting himself full-time to philosophy and mysticism.

Listeners can find out about all of these projects and more at neilkramer.com.

13 thoughts on “Uprooting the Experience of Normality”

  1. “Kramer argues that the world is at an important crossroads where people increasingly question their neil-kramermisplaced faith in traditional institutions and the experiences they seek to govern. ”

    Yeah I am on board with this one. 🙂

  2. Once again, a truly remarkable show James.
    With the choice of words, and the understanding of the history of media, the show makes a powerful presentation about our common predicament in the empire.
    I keep wondering how many of us understand. How will we ever bring our communities into this full awareness. Dr. Daniele Ganser, PhD History, here in Basel shares James’ remarkable ability to think, and communicate and even entertain. Dr. Ganser, who was fired from U of Basel and the ETHICAL Zurich, is now an independent researcher, speaker. His PhD was on the Gladios armies, NATO’S secret armies. He can get a whole crowd laughing at the silly planted ‘evidence ‘ at the false flag hoaxes. He analyses the media’s creation of an enemy , and trigger words such as conspiracy theorists. No one can change his Wikipedia page from Conspiracy Theorist to critic of government . The C.T. term is a trigger word. They have invested as much in the term as they have in Hillery’s campaign theatre.

  3. To this I would say, ‘Beware of genies in bottles.’

    People who write a lot of books are just such genies.

    And other people, by buying these books, are very apt to let them out of their bottles.

    This is not always a good thing.

    (The same thing can be said about websites and computers.)

    One must be careful.

    The cage (prison) is not jumped into.

    Usually, it is built around you and with your willing help.

    So again, be careful about genies.

    Ned Lud

  4. Of course all of Hillary’s photos and events are scripted, but it’s still not working, at least with many younger people. All the right photo angles and props can not make that soulless woman appealing. Most people are not that stupid, Mr. Kramer – at least not yet.

  5. Looks like I can post again… want to thank you for your research and publication, Dr. Tracy. This interview was quite compelling during the first half hour. The second brought cognitive dissonance, or at least apparent contradiction. For your guest divided the camp into two parts – those tapping toes in time with the system that is, and those who see it as categorically untenable. The second hour dwelt on the specter of Trump. As though an election could save us from corruption suffusing society from the roots up. Trump is a widget as are all the doo-dads on the political tree. Elections are as scripted as any FEMA drill. We were surprised to hear you treat any candidate’s humbug to a lovefest. Still love your work. It’s not, however, a coincidence that the current oval office occupant’s middle name is “who’s sane?”

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