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KHPR is produced and hosted by Magister Robert Adams a member of the Council of Nine within the Temple of Set. KHPR (Keffer) comes from the Egyptian word for coming into being and represents programming aimed at helping others transform themself and change their lives from a left hand path standpoint. This podcast will be of interest to those from Setian, Pagan, Wiccan, New Age and Satanic backgrounds with open minds who are willing to learn. Voicemails can be left for this podcast by calling 415-702-0867 or via skype at KHPRshow or follow us on Twitter @KHPRvod.

KHPR: The Voice of Darkness Magister Robert Adams

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.2, 13 Ratings

KHPR is produced and hosted by Magister Robert Adams a member of the Council of Nine within the Temple of Set. KHPR (Keffer) comes from the Egyptian word for coming into being and represents programming aimed at helping others transform themself and change their lives from a left hand path standpoint. This podcast will be of interest to those from Setian, Pagan, Wiccan, New Age and Satanic backgrounds with open minds who are willing to learn. Voicemails can be left for this podcast by calling 415-702-0867 or via skype at KHPRshow or follow us on Twitter @KHPRvod.

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Josh Bosley ,

Awesome

This podcast has offered some interesting philosophical insights.

Licorice Pizza Press ,

Fascinating Material!

I found the concepts members of the Temple of Set are exploring to be quite fascinating. I never realized how much variety there was within their philosophy. My favorite interviews were with Dr. Aquino and Don Webb. I hope they'll put out more shows soon.

Rawrawker ,

Well thought out

For the curious seeker, as well as the initiated, khpr presents a well rounded view of the Temple of Set, including interviews with the major figures in the organization.

What you won't find here is justification for subhuman behavior that so many "Occult" groups let slide as par for the course. You also won't find anything overly "spooky" either.

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