Seriah hosts Joshua Cutchin, Barbara Fisher, and Octavian Graves for a wide ranging discussion focused in part on Josh's new book "An Ecology of Souls". Topics include UFOs, Bigfoot, interactions with the dead, music and pop culture, perspectives on aging, "Stranger Things", reincarnation, panpsychism, the paranormal entertainment industry, fakery, a questionable hominid skull, internet/social media personalities, magick in its many forms, shamanic journeys, Carl Jung, Terrence McKenna, consciousness, psychedelics, an unusual meeting with Robert Anton Wilson, Travis Walton, and much more! This is a round table with real chemistry, not to be missed!
Seriah, along with Joshua Cutchin, host paranormal researcher, novelist, and non-fiction author Travis Watson. Topics include weird fogs and mists, black dogs, a strange experience with a mirror, "Oz effect" silence, fog as a delineator of paranormal experience, lack of attention to weather in paranormal investigations, Bigfoot, UFOs, noxious clouds, Jenny Randles and time storms, strange colored clouds, physical transport of experiencers, Dr. Karla Turner, Gordon Creighton, Barbara Reiten, research tools, ghosts, missing time, magick and the shamanic journey, an incredible transportation story, strange storms, the Fae folk, Djinn, time distortion, the green mist, an Animist perspective, the Grey Man in Scotland, panic, search and rescue operations, weird survival incidents, 3rd man effect, light phenomena, poltergeist activity, a WWII black dog encounter, the and/or approach to the paranormal, owls, sasquatch, Mike Clelland, pop culture and art affecting the phenomenon, a meteorological crossroads, liminality, heat and apports, a motorcyclist and a weird cloud, bullet-proof black dogs, phantom black dogs as guardians, a bizarre encounter by Philadelphia cops, a baby mammoth, portals, dimensions, "Flatland", infrasound, UFO tech, extraterrestrials and the contradictions in their supposed actions, an alien abduction foiled by a car horn, demons, an encounter with a bizarre fog, "The Gift of Fear" by Gavin de Becker, sentient clouds, the strange frequency of weird incidents in Latin America, Forteana, witness trauma, true skepticism vs. debunking, Greg Bishop, UAPs, Whitley Strieber, ridicule in the media, Edward Brian McCleary and a sea monster, mysteries of the ocean, weird and terrible events in Brazil, Red Pill Junkie, cultural perceptions of the paranormal, "Danger Zone" by Bob Pratt, man-wolves, beast of Bray Road, Linda Godfrey, and much more! This is fascinating discussion loaded with information!
Seriah hosts Barbara Fisher, Taylor Bell, and Joshua Cutchin to discuss the phenomena and folklore of the Wild Hunt. Barbara shares some fascinating personal experiences. Joshua explains cross-cultural folklore. Taylor discusses data analysis and the paranormal. Topics include witchcraft, the Fae, Odin, temporal lobe epilepsy, the hunt for souls and the tithe to hell, Whitley Strieber, Santa Claus, Dr. Michael Persinger, sounds related to paranormal experiences, the Harlequin, the Trickster, demons, Keel's Wednesday Phenomena, Albert Rosales' "Humanoid Encounters" books, Barbara & companys' humanoid database project, clowns, David Metcalf, "Fantasia", pagan deities, Chernobyl, Mothman, Nick Redfern, Fukushima, flying humanoids, thunderbirds, language and perception, "Communion", Pascagoula, types of non-human entities, ancient alien theories, the underworld/middleworld/upperworld, Katharine Briggs' "Encyclopedia of Fairies", clown flaps, M.I.B., Flannel Man, esoteric meanings of colors, Commedia dell'arte, Dan Mitchell and the Harlequin, Jeff Ritzman's eerie clown experience, Graham Joyce's "The Tooth Fairy" novel, and much more!
- Recap by Vincent Treewell
Outro Music is Funkcake feat. Dee Jay Baby Jay with STFU. This is a live recording of a song written by Joshua Cutchin, and for which he plays Tuba. He said it was recorded back in Sept or Oct 2021.
Seriah hosts the largest roundtable ever on WDTRG. Guests include Red Pill Junkie, Joshua Cutchin, Christopher Ernst, Taylor Bell, and Super_InfraMan. Topics include those departed in 2021, Jeff Ritzmann, Lodge 49, Leo Sprinkle, Myrna Hansen, alien abductions, Dulce underground base mythos, Skylaire Alfvegren, League of Western Fortean Intermediatists (L.O.W.F.I.), "disclosure", Project Bluebook, UAPs and foreign military technology, crowdsourcing observation, Havana Syndrome, Dr. Garry Nolan, Diana Walsh Pasulka, Jacques Vallee, Skinwalker Ranch, non-lethal weapons testing, Erica Lukes, NIBS and Robert Bigelow, George Knapp, Indigenous lore surrounding locations where military testing grounds were later built, the Trinity base, a bi-locating missionary nun, the Socorro landing, anomalous materials, Dr. Roger Leir, electrical phenomena in space, exploration of Mars and Venus, Loch Ness Monster sightings, paranormal Bigfoot, interesting finds in ancient hominid anthropology, earlier and earlier dating of humans in the Americas, Bryan Sykes, testing Yeti hair, Adam Davies, Orang Pendek, partially human hybrid skulls, the Pre-Columbian Amazon basin, Terra Preta, "Civilized to Death: the Price of Progress" by Christopher Ryan, agriculture and the creation of property and warfare, Terence McKenna and the concept of collective fatherhood among hunter-gatherers, the Thylacine AKA Tasmanian Tiger, the series "Reservation Dogs", film and television picks of 2021, reincarnation and past-life memories, Demi Lovato's involvement with extraterrestrials, Luis Elizondo, Tom DeLonge, AATIP, Galileo Project, upcoming artistic works, and much more! This discussion covers a dizzying array of subjects and is constantly entertaining!
Seriah hosts Greg Bishop, Red Pill Junkie (who maybe should now be known as Miguel-angelo), Joshua Cutchin, and Taylor Bell to discuss a very unique artistic project (in which Susan Demeter is also involved). Topics include Tarot, UFOlogy, Josef Allen Hynek, Jacques Vallée, Bob Lazar, Betty and Barney Hill, Whitley Strieber, synchronicity and serendipity in art, playfulness and enjoyment in UFOlogy, paranormal/occult/esoteric integration, open mindedness, "The Key", secret information in art, alchemical imagery, "Forbidden Knowledge" and "Forbidden Science", Grimerica podcast, "The Four Elements of Financial Alchemy: A New Formula for Personal Prosperity" by Jacque Vallee, magical squares, Pennsylvania German folk magick, "The Long Lost Friend", anagrams and the information they contain, the artistic process, gazing into the UFO abyss..., and much more! This is a special episode about a truly unique project!
Seriah welcomes Joshua Cutchin and Taylor Bell. Engaging discussion ensues, focusing around the hands-on techniques involved in doing paranormal research and content-creation. Topics include citing sources, the "paranormal web" of connected subjects, Indo-European horse sacrifice, choosing and narrowing topics, communicating to audiences with varying levels of knowledge, endnotes, spoken vs. written material, witness testimony, evaluating sources, bibliography requirements, apocryphal stories, multiple pillars of support for researching a paranormal topic, authenticity, Graham Hancock, accessing library and archival resources, locating the context of a quote, "Communion" and the Gray Face, serendipitous book finds, speculative non-fiction, high strangeness, reports from Eastern Europe circa the collapse of the Soviet empire, examining subjective experiences, replicating themes in paranormal reports, mytho-poetic similarities, post-modernism, gnosis, the real/unreal binary, the Fortean concept of societal dominants, Terrence McKenna, "Timewave Zero", 2012, 2016, acceleration of societal change, Yuga cycle, cyclical change vs. evolutionary progress, reincarnation, Darwinism, memory palaces, monuments in America vs. Ireland, fate and effort, tantra, changing book prices online, manipulation of "best seller" status, algorithms, problems with consumer polling, internet privacy dangers, online image searching, crowdsourcing, "Don't F*ck With Cats", internet-driven vigilantism, SWATing, alien-human hybrids, recognizing biases, Star Wars, pre-incarnation memories and memories of time spent unborn, reptilians, an anthropological approach to the paranormal, underground bases and underground Fairy Folk, conspiracy theories and their origins, "gazing into the abyss", the economic realities of an artistic career, creative destruction, societal effects of the pandemic, practical advice for would-be creative producers, and much more! This is an engrossing conversation between three very different artists immersed in the paranormal!
Seriah hosts Joshua Cutchin and Red Pill Junkie. A wide-ranging discussion ensues. Topics include phenomenology, "making the cut", Jeffrey Kripal, non-judgmental research without getting stuck on the true/false dichotomy, the importance of broad trends in the paranormal vs. singular incidents, recurring motifs and archetypes in the paranormal and folklore, efforts to purge serious study of the paranormal of falsehoods, Roswell, phenomena appearing in fiction before being experienced by witnesses, the imaginal vs. the imaginary, Betty and Barney Hill, "The Outer Limits", co-creation, dogmatic skepticism, morphogenic field theory, medieval European explorers' descriptions of distant animals, psi research, Anjali, fakery and scams in the paranormal community, George Adamski, George P. Hansen, the concept of a gray basket, "Dr. Jonathan Reed" and his screaming alien, Steven Greer, shamans and sleight of hand, ritual in medicine, folk remedies, the power of belief, Edgar Cayce, Stanley Krippner, Patrick Harpur, non-physical entities leaving physical effects, synchronicities, Jung's "plum pudding synchronicity", Josh's most intense personal synchronicity, a fascinating deep dive into Travis Walton's abduction story and ongoing controversies (including a similar story from France in the 1500's), and more. This is highly interesting discussion between three aficionados of the strange with great chemistry!
Seriah is joined by Alex Matsuo and Joshua Cutchin. Free-ranging discussion ensues. Topics include ghost hunting, personal experiences, Kenneth Ring, trauma as a factor in paranormal experiences, NDEs, George P. Hansen, paranormal interest as a search for re-enchantment, Pennsylvania weirdness, seances, "believing skepticism", Brian Bates, actors as shamans, Fiona Shaw, Jungian psychology, Gettysburg, Devil's Den, "window areas", Alex's new how-to book on ghost hunting, experiences in a haunted theatre, SPR, psi communication between military personnel, Christian vs. Pagan views on the paranormal, the existence of demons, Alex's possible OBE/NDE connected to an "attached" human spirit, cross-cultural beliefs in human souls becoming other types of entities, unnoticed paranormal encounters, Bridget Cleary and the abuse of Fae / changeling lore, and much more!
Seriah is joined by Red Pill Junky and Joshua Cutchin. A rollicking discussion ensues. Topics include government UFO disclosure, the upcoming official report to Congress, Robert Bigelow, the apparently shot-down Russian Mars probe, Soviet government paranormal research, the Humanoid Database, Latin-American UFO phenomena, Magical Realism, Dream Logic, altered states of consciousness, multiple dimensions as a form of the "the other world", inter-dimenionality/ultraterrestrials, Greg Bishop, Laird Scanton, the paranormal as an effect of our limited senses, the pineal gland and DMT, materialism vs. spirituality, economic inequality and societal expectations, co-creation of the paranormal, Fae and technology, robots as ghost hunters, Jeff Ritzman [RIP] on AI, Martian Canals, the Moon as artificial creation, Electric Universe Theory, Dark Matter's scientific theories, and much more!