Seriah, Joshua and Red Pill participated in this roundtable discussion on our friend Adam's podcast, Conspirinormal.
From their page; "For Episode 150 we welcome back three of our favorite previous guests and friends from our favorite podcast (besides ours of course) "Where Did the Road Go?". Seriah Azkath, Joshua Cutchin, and the great Red Pill Junkie join us to discuss a number of subjects. Some of the topics we hit on are the new Netflix documentary "Hostage to the Devil", exorcisms, possession by the dead vs. past life memories, September 11th, how conspiracy theory has become mainstream, and the future of podcasting."
We are not regularlty posting Conspirinormal, this is just because Seriah was on it, if you like the show, go to their page and subscribe!
One of our Patreons, Alfred, asked us a great question which we try and deal with in this show. He asks, What is the evidence that whatever appears to be behind myriad phenomena (ufo's, sasquatch, fairies, etc) is a non-human intelligence? How do we know it is not a manifestation caused by some kind of collective human unconsciousness? What kinds of questions can we ask to determine which is the case?
Timothy Renner shares with us some of his weird experiences, the strange 'chessboard' game he's been playing in the woods, what he thought was going to be a bigfoot sighting, early UFO sighting, Magick, his haunted house and more. Mike Clelland and Joshua Cutchin join me to help him make sense of it all.
Outro Music is Sticks from Tuimothy Renner's band, Stone Breath, from the album, Cryptids.
In this Roundtable show, I am joined by Joshua Cutchin, Red Pill Junkie, and Aaron David. We start out with the theory of Phantom Time, that we are actually missing a few hundred years from our calendar. Then we move onto Dreams, ideas of multiple probably universes, and the internal / external existence of spirits.
Outro Music is "Quebec City" by Sleeping Bulls. You can find them on Facebook.
With this book, The Brimstone Deceit: An In-Depth Examination of Supernatural Scents, Otherworldly Odors, and Monstrous Miasmas, Joshua shows himself to be a master of taking something small, completely overlooked, and showing that it actually has a lot to tell us about these phenomena that we categorize as paranormal. First it was food, and this time around, it is all about what scents are attached to various encounters. What he finds is fascinating. There are some very interesting connections across experiences, which suggest many things depending on how you want to look at it. He explores scents reported in Ghost encounters, UFO’s, Bigfoot, as well as various other monster encounters and weird experiences. It’s often something reported just in passing, but he manages to collect a large number of accounts and distill them down to find the commonalities. It’s something entirely new in this field, and that doesn’t happen a lot. Both of his books should be mandatory reading for people exploring these mysteries, as they go into territory never before examined, and show some surprising results.
This may be the strangest Roundtable on Where Did the Road Go? so far. I am joined by Joshua Cutchin, Red Pill Junkie, and Project Archivist's Roejin We talk about some strange news stories, Holy Statues surviving disasters, Possessed Gay People, Crop Circles and Aliens, and Sex Bots and AI, and what it may eventually mean for the human race and how we interact with one another. It's a strange trip, enjoy!
Outro Music by Psyche Corporation, Oh!, from her album Crypts and Codes.
So on this Roundtable, we first discuss the story of strange knocking noises on the Chinese Space Station. Then we deal with some questions a Patreon had in our AMA post... What scares your round table the most? What are the things in our world that really makes us sit up and say, DAMN, that is interesting or just plain unbelievable? Who we listen to and respect, besides the run-of-mill standard answers. What keeps us from going "crazy" looking for answers in fields where most of the times the answers are not what you would think or maybe never be answered? What are all the people seeing in the cypto field, is it mainly misidentification or are people really seeing a really high number of strange creatures in the jungles and forest? Also why are orbs or lights often seen at night during a strange creature sighting? We talk about all this and more...
Outro music is "Tree People" by David Wirsig. Find him on Bandcamp.
I return to Greg Bishop's Show for a roundtable discussion...
On this episode, Joshua Cutchin, Red Pill Junkie, and myself are joined for the first time by Lobo from Project Archivist. We explore the idea of paranormal bigfoot, we talk about Fear, why we fear things, the things that we are afraid of, and the uses of fear. We talk Black Eyed Kids, Dogmen, H.P. Lovecraft. and finally delve into ideas of the Hollow Earth and Hollow Moon. Ending off with a little bit about Egypt... A nice winding road. Enjoy.
Ending song by Kimberly Freeman (of One-Eyed Doll), her cover of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah". You can also download it for yourself, pay what you want, here.
I am joined by Joshua Cutchin, Aaron David of the Charm the Water podcast, and Adam Sayne of Conspirinormal, and we follow up the show on Exorcism and Demons, then move into Magick and summoning, religion, Consciousness, Synchronicity... and even The Walking Dead. Truly all over the road.
Ending Music by Eliza Rickman, "Maker of My Sorrow"