This was an idea presented by Roejen of Project Archivist. He wanted to know, with more and more people getting into Magick and such, who were also Christian, how people worked those things together. Is there a contradiction in beliefs? Are they compatible? We are joined by Aaron David of Charm the Water, and Michael M Hughes. There is also a second show from this night for Patreons on Magick and Altered States.
Outro Song is Left Hand Path by RADII.
On this episode we discuss what would happen if scientists were to announce the discovery of Alien Life. What would the cultural impact be? How would it affect UFOlogy, and what about the stranger aspects of the phenomenon? Who would have control of the science? How would it affect our world? All this and much more is discussed...
Outro music by Fifty Dollar Dynasty with On Down the Road.
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A listener, and I believe a Patreon, had asked if we could do a show talking about Magick. It's something we reference a lot, but take for granted that people know about. So, I brought together Michael M. Hughes and Aaron David, who have both had much experience with the subject, as well as myself, and Adam Sayne, who is not so experienced, to keep us grounded. I hope this is as interesting to everyone as it was to us!
End song is by RADII, Left Hand Path.
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?
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.
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.
I am joined by Adam Sayne of Conspirinormal and Red Pill Junkie as we discuss things like whether humans are in some way bound to the planet earth, would teleportation bring our consciousness along, and other such quandaries.
Outro Music by Kim Boekbinder, "The Drake Equation" from The Sky is Calling.
Tom Loewy joins me for this second Movie Review Show where we talk about the new Phantasm Movie, Phantasm V: Ravager, Borgman, The Man Who Wasn't There, I Am the Pretty Thing that Lives in the House, Victor Frankenstein, Fargo (Series), and Babylon 5. We also discuss the state of TV currently.
Outro Music by Rabid, "The Neverdead"
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"