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Seriah Azkath

Seriah Azkath

Seriah is the host of Where Did the Road Go?

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What Makes It Real? - November 30, 2019

Seriah takes a question from listener, Melissa, which was "Specifically what constitutes actual vs perceived experience? All experiences are equally paramount; tailor made to affect and perturb the experiencer in a significant, intimate way. Specifically what constitutes actual vs perceived experience?". Seriah, Adam Sayne, and Cherylee Black spend this show discussing this question...

Outro Music is timeMOTHeye And The Spectral Light with "Grave Need".

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Listener Stories: Bigfoot, Missing People, Ghosts, and more... - Nov 9, 2019

Seriah is joined by Joshua Cutchin, Russ of the The Snake Bros, and Gwendolynn as they discuss a variety of listener stories, including stories of Ghosts, possible Bigfoot encounters, a scary Halloween Ghost encounter, strange lights, dreams, noises, and much more...

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Outro Music is Cabin 28 from Cactus Cathedral.

And here is the site I mentioned at the end where we are listed in the top 15 podcasts to follow in 2019...

John Chewter - The Tales Of Old Mother Shipton - Archetypal Witch & Prophetess

John Chewter (of Deprogrammed Radio) in conversation with Seriah..

Outro Music by Sin Circus with Pied Piper.

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old mother shiptonUrsula Southeil (c. 1488–1561) (also variously spelled as Ursula Southill, Ursula Soothtell or Ursula Sontheil), better known as Mother Shipton, is said to have been an English soothsayer and prophetess. The first publication of her prophecies, which did not appear until 1641, eighty years after her reported death, contained a number of predictions. After that, later editions go off the scale. She is reportedly the model for Shakespeare's MacBeth Witches with the hooked nose and jutting chin. If you dressed up like that at halloween - you were being Old Mother Shipton.

One of the most notable editions of her prophecies was published in 1684 and states that she was born in Knaresborough, Yorkshire, in a cave now known as Mother Shipton's Cave which, along with the Petrifying Well and associated parkland, is operated as a visitor attraction. She was reputed to be hideously ugly. The book also claims that she married Toby Shipton, a local carpenter, near York in 1512, told fortunes and made predictions throughout her life. She made her name by accurately fortelling the death of Cardinal Wolsey, the reformation and much more. Later editions have prophesies of submarines, ET saviours after an Armageddon from a cometary impact and much more. Now read on..

NOTE: In the 'read more' is a lot of links to articles and downloadable books (free), an interactive timeline with events mentioned in conversation, and some videos showing the famous cave where she lived.

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