In this midweek podcast, we explore what got us into researching the paranormal to begin with, some of the experiences we have had, and why we persue these subjects at all... It goes to some interesting places. Patreons also got an extra 20 minutes where we talked about some of the best Paranormal movies out there. Become a Patreon for just $3 and get extra content and more!
Joshua Cutchin and Michael M Hughes join us to continue our conversation about what constitutes evidence for the paranormal. We talk about the recent Lizard Man video, UFO's, Consciousness, Near Death Experiences, Ghosts and Ghost Hunting, multiple dimensions, Magick, The Occult, and Channeling, as well as flipping the tables and looking at the double standard present in establishment science for ideas that are accepted without proof. We delve into Electric Universe Theory, Planet X, Binary Star Systems, Placebo Effects, Peer Review, and more.
This is a conversation about what would constitute evidence of the Paranormal. We explore what really constitues evidence, and what it takes to actually prove something. This is round table style as Seriah is joined by Joshua Cutchin and Michael M. Hughes initially, and then later on Summer Akasha Snape joins the conversation. We also explore what the lack of evidence actually says about various phenomena. Similar round table like conversations will, in the future, be mid-week podcasts, but the first is presented here on the main show.
This was a very diverse interview where we covered Michael's own experiences, concepts of the paranormal, the use of mentalism in psychic research, imaginal realms, UFO's, and much more. This is a deep conversation that we hope to continue soon...
Michael M. Hughes lives in Baltimore with his wife and two daughters. He writes fiction and nonfiction, and his debut novel, Blackwater Lights, was released by Hydra (Random House) in 2013, and the sequel, Witch Lights, was just released in 2014. When he’s not writing, Hughes speaks on Fortean, paranormal, and other topics, and teaches workshops on the Tarot. He is a Freemason and a member of The Societas Rosicruciana in Civitatibus Foederatis. We will be discussing a wide variety of topics, from the Paranormal, to Shamanism, to the inspiration behind his fiction work.
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