Although this user goes months and even years between uploads, the library of Daniel Cioccoloni’s diacoustics is certainly worth exploring. He discusses deep into musical theory territory, and examines ideas from Pythagoras, and other ancient thinkers.
The practices of the ancients in the West regarding music, especially as it pertained to usage in the Mystery Cults, were largely lost to us, so we are left with the task of reconstructing what they might have been doing, whereas Bharat (India,) has luckily, remained untouched by iconoclastic movements, and its entire system of mantra remains largely intact; for the pleasure of scholars interested in the auditory arts that go beyond music alone.
Most musicians are only interested in recording their work, rather than exploring, and exposing, the ancient occult ideas pertaining to sound, so it is rare to find a channel such as this.
Run by Thamilar Ulaham, the author features many videos covering obscure and interesting facts about Sanatana Dharma practice from the perspective of Tamil Nadu. Tamil Nadu is famous for its connections to more esoteric and Tantric aspects of Indian religion and philosophy, and the author’s zealotry for Tamil cultural rights and supremacy over imported revisionism is clear. The age old war between Priest and Magus is neatly encapsulated in the battle between the Vedic and Tantric schools.
The scholar covers a wide range of subjects world wide from a Tamil perspective, even drawing a link between Ravana and Kukulkan, which was entirely unexpected and a bit far-fetched, but very interesting.
While the author makes a flimsy and overwrought stab at the Illuminati in one video from years back, this can largely be overlooked since the rest of his material is fairly entertaining, and even insightful.