Before the last show with Greg Bishop and Jeff Ritzmann, Jeff had asked Seriah about some of his experiences, realizing he had only heard bits and pieces on the show, so Seriah let Jeff and Joshua ask him about his experiences, some of which were previously covered on the episode about Kundalini, but by no means all.
Outro Music by Necronomidol, "Psychopomp" from their CD, Chaos Born available on Bandcamp!
I am joined by Greg Bishop and Jeff Ritzmann and we deal with a question a Pateron, Alfred Tuttle, suggested. "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?"
Not an easy question to deal with, we did try on another show, but I felt the viewpoints and Greg and Jeff to be well worth exploring here. Enjoy.
End music by The Beautiful Kings, "Psychonaut". Find them on Soundcloud.
Susan joins me to talk about her latest book, The Lost Continent of Pan. Pan is often also known by some as Mu or Lemuria. Much of her data is taken from The Oahspe Bible, which she then looks to confirm via oral traditions and lingustics.
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Outro Music by Racing Fate "Redemption".
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I am joined here by Joshua Cutchin and Aaron David (of the Charm the Water Podcast) as we discuss the implications of Immortality. This story posted originally by Coast to Coast's George Knapp got me thinking about the subject, and as easy as it is to say that most of us would like to live forever, the consequences are huge, both for ourselves, and society. What would become of us in a world where few of us die. And would that ever be the case, would the ruling elite keep such a thing for themselves? We address all this and more. Spiritual and Real World consequences of Immortality!
Outro Music is by Inviolate, the title track from their album, "Feast of Ashes".
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David Weatherly returns to the show after a long absence and I talk with him, along with Timothy Renner, about Tulpa's, thoughtforms, and much more. We get down to what may or may not be explained by such ideas.
David Weatherly can be found at TwoCrowsParanormal.blogspot.com.
Timothy Renner can be found at StrangeFamiliars.darkhollerarts.com
Robert Schneck joins me to talk about his work researching Strange but True stories from history. It's a wild ride, we talk about Vampires and Blood Drinking, Bigfoot and Serial Killers, Self Beheading Machines, The Bye Bye Man, and much more... Oh, and that word that I couldn't place a bit of the way in... Sensationalize. You'll know what I am referring to...
Follow Robert at his Facebook page, The Historian of the Strange.
Outro Music from One-Eyed Doll, "You're a Vampire".
I talk with Mike Sauve, who has written, Who Authored The John Titor Legend. We get into a little bit of what his research reveals. From the back of the book; In the year 2000, a man calling himself John Titor introduced himself to the Internet as a time traveler from the year 2036. He weaved a rich tale of being sent back to 1975 to retrieve an IBM 5100 computer. Those who interacted with John were impressed by the depth and apparent realism of his story. In the years that followed select details would emerge to help further legitimize John Titor.
The question of whether or not John Titor was a real time traveler remains a subject of contentious debate. This book sets that question aside to examine several figures who may be responsible for the posts. Among the principle suspects are entertainment lawyer Larry Haber and alternate reality gaming pioneer Joseph Matheny. Key players involved in the John Titor phenomenon who are not suspected of authoring the story are also profiled. These include a PhD who filed a patent based on John Titor’s time machine schematics, an Internet sleuth called The Hoax Hunter who has worked to debunk the story, and even Art Bell, the legendary late night radio host who received several faxes from John Titor.
Mike Sauve has written non-fiction for The National Post, Variety, Exclaim! Magazine and HTML Giant. His fiction has appeared in McSweeney’s and elsewhere. His novels The Wraith of Skrellman and The Apocalypse of Lloyd are available from Montag Press.
Mike's website is mikesauve.com.
Jeff Ritzmann joins me for the first 20 minutes or so to talk about his new Blog, The Numinous Den (http://numinousden.blogspot.com/). We talk about liminality and the Paranormal, and the role of the Trickster... Then Timothy Renner joins us to follow up on his last visit and whether or not he should undergo hypnosis to recover more of his experiences. Jeff, having researched hypnosis thoroughly, gives his thoughts, and why hypnosis is not what people think it is. This conversation does continue on a Patreon only feed, as we ran out of time for the live show.
This is the final part of the UFO History series that we started around 2 years ago with Mike Clelland and Aaron Gulyas. We cover Tom Delong, Military Abductions, Modern Hybrids, Wikileaks, Signals from Space, Dyson Spheres, and finally, the People from Earth TV Show.
Outro Music by Devo Spice, "Nothing but Truth".