So, to debut this type of show on Where Did the Road Go?, Joshua Cutchin and I run down through a series of horror movies and fae inspired fare. Included...
- The Hallow
- Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell
- The Possession
- Banshee Chapter
- The Invitation
We do speak of some others as well. In the future I will have a range of guests doing these shows. Hope you enjoy it.
Outro music by One-Eyed Doll, "Loveland".
Joshua Cutchin joins me to talk about his latest book, The Brimstone Deceit: An In-Depth Examination of Supernatural Scents, Otherworldly Odors, and Monstrous Miasmas, which deals with smells associated with the Paranormal. Seems simple, but it is a fascinating and revealing exploration and may give us some keys to what is going on...
End Music from Joshua's Half Dozen Brass Band "Loa Dance" from their album Cold Six, available on Amazon!
After an episode of Radio Misterioso, this spontanous roundtable happened, starting with Roejen from Project: Archivist telling us about a weird synchronicity he had, and following that, we get into Psychics, Weird Experiences, Magick, and much, much more. Enjoy.
End music by Joshua Cutchin's Half Dozen Brass Band "Chewin' the Root" off the album Cold Six available on Amazon.
On this roundtable, we discuss Demons and Demonic, a subject suggested by one of our Patreons. We discuss the orgin of Demons, Exorcism, the concept of Evil itself, and much more...I am joined by Joshua Cutchin, Red Pill Junkie, and Micahel M. Hughes.
Outro Music by One-Eyed Doll "Afflicted"
On this Roundtable, I am joined by Joshua Cutchin, Michael M Hughes, and Greg Bishop, and we start out discussing the history of Government disinformation and Tom Delong's current 'revelations'. Tom is the former lead vocalist of Blink-182 and has been making the round revealing what his government souces have told him. We compare it to previous incidents like this and try to determine what is going on. Eventually we drift into concepts of what reality is and more...
Check out Greg's awesome Radio Mysteriso!
On this roundtable we talk about a bunch of news articles and what they may mean to the bigger picture. We talk about why people really go missing in National Parks, and why so many may be of German heritage, The mysterious Clown scares in South Carolina, The tardigrade genome, the latest SETI signal, EM Drive, and much more... I am joined as usual by Red Pill Junkie, Joshua Cutchin, and Michael M Hughes.
In some ways, this is a part 2. I (Seriah) was on Project Archivist along with Jeff Ritzmann just before we went live with this show. You can hear that show here. You don't need to listen to it first, but they should compliment each other well. Between the shows, we lost Lobo, and gained Joshua Cutchin. We then talked about the nature of paranormal experience, why it is draw in by Anti-Structure, thoughts on Magick, the nature of Reality, Consiousness, and much more.
Ending music: Sanjuro Fields "This Ship I Call a Skull".
On this roundtable show, I am joined by Joshua Cutchin and Red Pill Junkie and we discuss the Fortean and Paranormal influences on the TV series, Stranger Things.
Gordon White is the host of an excellent podcast called Rune Soup, and that is where you can find links to all that he does. He has also written a few books. In this show, we talk to him about his book, Star Ships. It attempts to find our lost history by tracing our myths and esoteric teachings. We talk lost civilations and atlantis, magick, mythology, the failings of science, and much more... Joshua Cutchin also joins me on this show. This is part 2 of 2, with an addition 20 minutes or so for Patreons.
Gordon White is the host of an excellent podcast called Rune Soup, and that is where you can find links to all that he does. He has also written a few books. In this show, we talk to him about his book, Star Ships. It attempts to find our lost history by tracing our myths and esoteric teachings. We talk lost civilations and atlantis, magick, mythology, the failings of science, and much more... Joshua Cutchin also joins me on this show. This is part 1 of 2, with an addition 20 minutes or so for Patreons.