In a subject presented by Timothy Renner, we (myself, Tim, and Joshua Cutchin) deal with the various ways that people have tried to place a Christian outlook on the field of Cryptids. This varies from assuming they are somehow Demons, to connecting them to the biblical notion of The Nephilim, and more.
Outro Music by Timothy's band, Stone Breath. "Sticks", from the album Cryptids.
Before the last show with Greg Bishop and Jeff Ritzmann, Jeff had asked Seriah about some of his experiences, realizing he had only heard bits and pieces on the show, so Seriah let Jeff and Joshua ask him about his experiences, some of which were previously covered on the episode about Kundalini, but by no means all. Part 2 gets into some of the really strange experiences...
Outro Music by Meka Nism, "Mouth of God", from their EP, "The Shift".
Before the last show with Greg Bishop and Jeff Ritzmann, Jeff had asked Seriah about some of his experiences, realizing he had only heard bits and pieces on the show, so Seriah let Jeff and Joshua ask him about his experiences, some of which were previously covered on the episode about Kundalini, but by no means all.
Outro Music by Necronomidol, "Psychopomp" from their CD, Chaos Born available on Bandcamp!
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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I am joined here by Joshua Cutchin and Aaron David (of the Charm the Water Podcast) as we discuss the implications of Immortality. This story posted originally by Coast to Coast's George Knapp got me thinking about the subject, and as easy as it is to say that most of us would like to live forever, the consequences are huge, both for ourselves, and society. What would become of us in a world where few of us die. And would that ever be the case, would the ruling elite keep such a thing for themselves? We address all this and more. Spiritual and Real World consequences of Immortality!
Outro Music is by Inviolate, the title track from their album, "Feast of Ashes".
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In Episode 4 we tell a strange story of bigfoot creatures and other weirdness from 1892 in Indiana and compare it with some modern bigfoot reports. Our guest is Joshua Cutchin.
Seriah, Joshua and Red Pill participated in this roundtable discussion on our friend Adam's podcast, Conspirinormal.
From their page; "For Episode 150 we welcome back three of our favorite previous guests and friends from our favorite podcast (besides ours of course) "Where Did the Road Go?". Seriah Azkath, Joshua Cutchin, and the great Red Pill Junkie join us to discuss a number of subjects. Some of the topics we hit on are the new Netflix documentary "Hostage to the Devil", exorcisms, possession by the dead vs. past life memories, September 11th, how conspiracy theory has become mainstream, and the future of podcasting."
We are not regularlty posting Conspirinormal, this is just because Seriah was on it, if you like the show, go to their page and subscribe!
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?
Timothy Renner shares with us some of his weird experiences, the strange 'chessboard' game he's been playing in the woods, what he thought was going to be a bigfoot sighting, early UFO sighting, Magick, his haunted house and more. Mike Clelland and Joshua Cutchin join me to help him make sense of it all.
Outro Music is Sticks from Tuimothy Renner's band, Stone Breath, from the album, Cryptids.