Seriah hosts Joshua Cutchin and Morgan Daimler in a rollicking discussion that begins with Fairies and UFOs and goes- seemingly everywhere! Topics include: "Fairies are Aliens/Aliens are Fairies" ideas, interdimensonality, extradimensionality, the power of names, Fairies piloting craft, Fairies in pop culture/reflections of pop culture, co-creation, Fairy taxonomy (Brownies, Elves, etc.), Bigfoot and other cryptids as Fairies, Technology vs. Magic and Magic vs. Technology, Technology from other worlds, Time perceptions, Liminality, "Extinct Race Hypothesis", "Birth Memory Hypothesis", Fairy abductions, Supernatural vs. Paranormal vs. Rare, Cultural Biases in Perceptions, Interactions between Fairies and the dead, and migration of Fairies internationally. Also, both guests share fascinating personal experiences. This is a conversation not to be missed!
- Recap by Vincent Treewell
Outro Music is Loa Dance by The Half Dozen Brass Band (which Joshua plays in)
Jeff Ritzmann passed away on February 24, 2021. He was a good friend, and brilliant artist, and thinker on the paranormal, who also had a lifetime of experiences. In the next couple weeks I will be posting all his appearances on Where Did the Road Go?. This first compilation is from his first appearance back in June of 2016, including the Patreon segment. Then the show we did that started on Project Archivist, and ended on a live edition of Where Did the Road Go?. Jeff will be remembered fondly.
Jeffrey David Ritzmann, age 53, of Joppa, Maryland passed away on February 24, 2021 at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air, Maryland. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, he was the son of Joseph and Jennifer (Kidd) Ritzmann, husband of Lisa (Cullum) Ritzmann and father of Dakota (Cody) Ritzmann. Jeff was a talented artist who loved heavy metal music and Star Wars. He enjoyed playing guitar, movie prop collecting and exploring the mysteries of the universe. Jeff attended Le Millet School of Art and Goucher College's program for gifted artists. In the mid-1990's Jeff started the Maryland chapter of the 501st Star Wars Costuming Group. He had a big heart and was dearly loved by his family and friends.
In addition to his parents, wife and son, Jeff is survived by three brothers and sisters in law, John and Coreen (Cullum) Yox, Ned and Denise (Cullum) Colgan, Tony and Kimberly (Cullum) Gwiazdowski, and several nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by grandparents Herman and Edna (Miller) Ritzmann and Earl and Velma (Maxwell) Kidd, and parents-in-law, William L. and Dorothy M. (Jones) Cullum.
Contributions may be sent to the American Heart Association - Maryland, 217 E. Redwood Street, 23rd Floor, Baltimore, MD 21201 or St. Jude Children's Research Hospital PO Box 50, Memphis, TN 38101.
Outro Music by Seasons of the Wolf, Iron Maiden's "Flash of the Blade"
Seriah welcomes Joshua Cutchin and Timothy Renner to the 8th anniversary episode of "Where Did The Road Go?" . They discuss Josh and Tim's latest book "Where the Footprints End, Part 2". That pair of books constitutes, arguably, the single deepest dive ever accomplished into Bigfoot studies, so the discussion is wild and broad!
Topics include: eyeshine vs. eyeglow, the non-visible light spectrum, anonymous lights, shape-shifting, wood-knocks, the ubiquitous "green flash", the Sierra Sounds, Bigfoot speech, deficiencies of intellectual honesty in the paranormal community, "Fluorescent Freddy", UFO's, folklore, Bigfoot sound mimicry, psychedelics, infrasound, altered states caused by sound, Bigfoot transforming into normal humans, Bigfoot changing into trees, co-creation theory, and more!
-Recap by Vincent Treewell
Outro music by Stone Breath with The Sky's Red Tongue.
Seriah hosts Joshua Cutchin and Red Pill Junkie in a not-to-be-missed discussion. Topics include personal encounters with poltergeist activity, the "Stone Tapes" theory, Angela Joyner, Stephenville Lights, Adam Davies, Bigfoot, Skinwalker Ranch, interdimensional portals, David Metcalfe, U.S. military interest in Native American sacred sites, NDE's, Leslie Kean, Ufology, psychedelics, the Greenbrier Ghost, retro-causality, materialist explanations for the soul, Grant Morrison, Ptolemaic cosmology and epicycles, and the humanoid-as-default theory of the evolution of intelligent beings. Loaded with references, this episode is as good as it sounds!
- Recap by Vincent Treewell
Outro Music by Lightning in a Twilight Hour with Everybody Talks About the Weather.
Psychopompery, Messengers, Djinn, Liminality, and duality. A treasured cow skull. A much loved cockatiel. Many moths and spiders The Fae Ingredients for what Joshua Cutchin calls the “paranormal soup”? Perhaps. But each is an element in the narrative which Natalie continues in this episode. The first part of her narrative with Heather can be found here. Joining Seriah and Natalie is noted author Joshua Cutchin, who has written and spoken extensively on the paranormal and the Fae. Enjoy! - Recap by Patricia W.
Joshua’s webpage, including a list of his publications and interviews, can be found at: joshuacutchin.com
Natlie's Artwork: http://www.hotherym.net/
YouTube design by Natalie as well.
Outro Music is "Bullet's Don't Argue" off of the new album from Lyle Blackburn's band, Ghoultown!
Seriah, along with guests Chris Ernst and Joshua Cutchin, discusses the lasting impact of numerous controversial researchers and authors, with a focus on how well or poorly their work has aged. A cavalcade of books, theories, and people are mentioned, including Immanuel Velikovsky, Wilhelm Reich, the electric universe theory, Richard C. Hoagland, and Ingo Swann.
They also discuss why the academic and scientific establishments continually deny or ignore theories which are supported by evidence.
This conversation continues with some different subject matter on Patreon. Become a Patreon for as little as $3 a month at https://www.patreon.com/SeriahAzkath
Recap by Vincent Treewell and Patricia W.
Outro Music by Lee TNB AKA Monkey Mind with "Smells Like Fun (Deep Space Nine Mix)"
Seriah is joined by The Snake Brothers and Joshua Cutchin to discuss the various types of strange disappearances. They discuss David Paulides' Missing 411 work, some listener comments, Folklore and the Fae, Seriah digs up an old story of a very odd disappearance, and a lot more.
Joshua Cutchin joins Seriah to talk about his latest book (authored with Timothy Renner who was previously on the show to talk about it), Where the Footprints End, Part 1. They talk about the connections to fairy lore, mermaids and mermen, curses, strange sounds, mimicry, the Oz factor, crop circles, witches, possession, invisible bigfoot, and much more...
Outro Music is Loa Dance from The Half Dozen Brass Band (featuring Josh on Tuba).
Seriah welcomes Patrick Harpur back to the show for a Roundtable with Joshua Cutchin, Timothy Renner, and Wren Collier. This is a deep conversation that travels many paths... The title for the show is a play on Patrick's magnificent book, Daimonic Reality.
Outro music by Stone Breath, Mothwing Sacred Heart from The Night Birds Psalm (and other songs we sung beneath the silver web)