Seriah welcomes Red Pill Junkie and Super Inframan for a wandering the road episode. Topics include favorite stories of high strangeness, people witnessing cartoon characters in real life, toys moving around on their own, a childhood memory of a muppet-like entity, the farmer gifted pancakes by UFO occupants, writers encountering their characters in physical reality, Alan Moore and John Constantine, Neil Gaiman and a powerful demon, Walter B. Gibson AKA Maxwell Grant and the Shadow, tulpas, Sam the Sandown Clown weird encounter, dead relatives showing up with aliens, assumptions about UFOs as spacecraft, an alien base in Lake Michigan, underwater alien base near a coastal city in Mexico, Alex Whitcomb’s strange bigfoot encounter featuring out-of-synch time experiences, a fascinating speculation about Bob Lazar and a crashed extraterrestrial ship, the nature of time, Whitley Strieber and Jeffrey Kripal sharing a room and an experience at Esalen, shadow people, a physical phenomenon producing an illusion of a strange shadow, Seriah’s experience of mistaken identity, the Aztecs encounter of the Spanish on horseback, ancient horses in North America, Graham Hancock, plasma bursts depicted in ancient art, Seriah relates a bizarre dream about the Devil, the TV series “Lucifer”, Satan and God in the Bible, the story of Job, the story of Adam and Eve and its implications, Gnosticism, the Demiurge, the nature of happiness, the pursuit of wealth, digital vs physical media, Christopher Ryan’s “Civilized to Death”, obsessive collecting, doing tasks yourself vs hiring a skilled person, Seriah’s adventure fixing his AC unit, Kenneth Grant, H.P. Lovecraft, Arthur Machen, UFOs in ancient Chinese and Southeast Asian beliefs, magical creatures that excrete precious metals, Jack Parsons, symbols and reality, how language affects perception, Terence McKenna, the movie “Arrival”, Inuit language and snow, ancient Egyptian language and the soul, Joshua Cutchin’s “Ecology of Souls”, language and perceptions of color, high strangeness breaking through pre-existing mindsets, terminology specific to certain professions, Kenneth Grant’s questionable numerology and drawing of connections, Marjorie Cameron, August Derleth, the Mauve Zone, Michael Bertiaux, the imaginal realm, the Necronomicon, the singularity, Aleister Crowley, a weird race of non-humans, Mayan beliefs, Cthulhu, Hekate, strange voices, magick and UFOs, elaborate hoaxes, the UMMO letters and an early 1990’s alien landing in the Soviet Union, Carlos Castaneda, fiction proceeding real-life encounters, “War of the Worlds”, and much more! This is a casual but riveting discussion, not to be missed!
- Recap by Vincent Treewell of The Weird Part Podcast
Outro Music is DramaScream with Sham