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  • No, occulture is a name for the broad social network of various occultists and their differing philosophies. It's a portmanteau of 'Occult' and 'Culture'. If you google-fu the term, this is the definition most used. I believe the yahoo link actually is the only one to confuse its meaning.

    March 28, 2009

  • 'A loose network of musicians have been following similar paths of interest or obsession, paths that frequently end up in places where ritual, magick and paranormal occurrence are the spur for musical invention. Themes and reference points include weird tales and ghost story writers (especially some of the names that influenced HP Lovecraft), psychogeography (or the physical examination of the psychic qualities of our cities), renegade science, and nostalgia for half-remembered (or mis-remembered) films and television, typically science fiction and horror... What they're delving into might be called "occulture" (for want of a better term)...'

    December 18, 2007