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2: Narco Satanicos — Black Magick & Cartel Drug Running

todayMarch 21, 2022

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This week, I set the tone briefly with some of the philosophies of Philip K. Dick and considerations of Gnosticism and existential horror. Then, we dive right into some of the craziest shit I have ever heard of in my life: the tale of Adolfo Constanzo and his small but very active cult of black magick serial killers. What do you get when you combine a very crazy and charismatic young man with ancient Cuban spirit craft, sacrifices, hexes, cauldrons of flesh, and even Mexican cartel drug running? Have a listen and find out — and remember why mostly all of us should be thankful for the lives we live!

You can find the latest episode to stream or download here on spotify, apple, and amazon.

If you were intrigued by the story, I invite you to check out my book Hunt Manual: 21st Century Demonology & Forteana, where I discuss Constanzo and the esoteric side of other true-crime names.

Also, my book Dive Manual: Empirical Investigations of Mysticism.

And the homie Duncan Schuler produced a fat beat for my theme song too, so go check out some of the music he’s produced and support indie artists! NEW VEW DEW.

Some basic additional material on Constanzo:

https://youtu.be/oYY72Wyutjg

https://www.amazon.com/Buried-Secrets-Story-Running-Sacrifice/dp/052524946X

https://murderpedia.org/male.C/c/constanzo-adolfo.htm

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