Seriah is joined by Tim Renner for some fascinating discussion with Charles Topham. Topics include psychic questing, apports, Andrew Collins, poltergeist phenomena, synchronicities, Pagan spirituality, ancient Christian churches and other sacred sites, appearing skulls, Brownie phenomena, Elves, a very unusual object, draining effects of psychic/magical activity, the appearance of a toad, communication with a Pagan deity, UFO experiences, a mass owl experience, and more!
Seriah is joined by Greg Bishop, Chris Ernst, and Super Infra Man. A free-ranging discussion ensues. Topics include memories of Jeff Ritzmann, nuances of phone and recording mediums, subjective vs. objective existence of paranormal "other" phenomena, "universe as information" theories, Newtonian physics vs. Quantum physics as products of differing religions, new age misinterpretations of quantum physics, language affecting perception, "the invisible gorilla" problem, consciousness and memory, paranoia, the late Karla Turner PhD, cattle mutilation, internet culture, and digital privacy. These guys covered a ton of interesting material, I can't wait for the Patreon continuation!
This collection is all from shows from 2017 with Jeff, and includes Keeping your Sanity dealing with the Fringe, and Why Paranormal Groups Fail with Greg Bishop, How Belief can work as a Gateway for the Paranormal along with Wren Collier, and a show on the UFO Encounter at the Ariel School in Ruwa, Zimbabwe back in 1994. That show is also with Joshua Cutchin. There is also a clip from the one time Jeff was on Strange Familiars as part of a collection of UFO encounter stories.
Seriah interviews Lee Adams, author, blogger, experiencer, and lucid dreaming practitioner. Topics include OBEs, astral projection, hypnagogia, sleep paralysis, materialism, Jungian psychology, the nature of consciousness, ego, Aleister Crowley, the subconscious/unconscious, "Default Mode Network" theory, the experience of eating spirits in dreams, the "old hag" phenomenon, negative experiences in dreaming, non-human entities interactions, dream journaling, sleep hygiene, prophetic dreams, "holographic universe" theory, and more. The conversation really flows as numerous ideas come up.
Seriah hosts Chris Ernst and Super Infra Man to discuss some fascinating listener stories. Topics include: ghost hunting near a Napoleonic cemetery leads to a Fae-like encounter, Fairy music, Patrick Harper on Napoleon's paranormal experiences, eerie silences as a phenomenon, the film "Yellow Brick Road", shadow people, dream phenomena, the "diverse ecosystem" idea of the paranormal, karma and lost souls as ghosts, meditation and OBEs, TK, sex with spirit beings. disappearing/reappearing window, "added time", electronics responding to mental energy, remote viewing, altered states of consciousness, abnormally large flies, 1866 news report of anomalous activity on the moon, airship phenomenon, and more. Some extremely interesting discussion!
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!
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.
Seriah interviews John Chewter about pre-Columbian expeditions to the Americas by the Mali Empire, an Islamic society in West Africa. Topics include anomalous artifacts, lost history, Mansa Musa, Persian rescue of the works in the Library of Alexandria, Islamic preservation/advances in mathematics and science, Chinese expeditions to the Americas, King Solomon's mines, Viking exploration, and the search for gold- much thought-provoking material! - Recap by Vincent Treewell
Seriah and Chris Ernst talk about various Movies, TV Shows, Podcasts, and books that have stood out to them, mostly stuff dealing with topics covered on Where Did the Road Go?
Included are titles such as... Psycho goreman Now Apocalypse The Dig The ritual All of my friends are dead Dark encounter The Kettering incident Shadow of the moon The cosmos Vast of night Lovecraft country The lodge and many more...