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A podcast by three red-headed fantasy authors talking about everything from academic mythology to dick jokes (and sometimes, both at once), as well as the role of fanfiction as an integral yet oft-overlooked part of the literary conversation and in the broader cultural context. It is, obviously, a podcast of extremely deep literary merit.
 
An old pawnbroker is found strangled with his lips pinned together with an opal serpent broach. He has a beautiful daughter who is apparently the heir of his large estate. But another claimant has made herself known as the actual daughter of the pawnbroker. Follow detective Hurd as he unravels the convoluted mystery of the old man’s death and attempts to determine who is the rightful heir. (Summary by Richard Kilmer)
 
Un programma per conoscere e possibilmente evitare le piccole e grandi fregature, ossia i "serpenti corallo" che sono sempre in agguato e che vogliono mordere i nostri risparmi, colpirci con le tasse, confonderci con le leggi. Lezioni semiserie di educazione finanziaria, normativa e tributaria, irrispettosamente condotte da Marco lo Conte, Mauro Meazza e Stefano Elli, giornalisti del Sole 24ore. In ogni puntata il caso di un "serpente corallo" particolarmente insidioso, qualche consiglio leg ...
 
This is an extraordinary series of Eight short films, documenting Tor Websters journey to each of the Earth Chakras. The first short film is from his visionary journey where he received his mission, then seven short films show is pilgrimage from the Base Chakra at Mount Shasta California to the Crown Chakra at Mount Kailash in Tibet. This takes him through South America, Australia, Europe and Egypt. Enjoy.
 
Boo Boisie is a patient in the Barmy Mental Asylum. Sure, the place is air conditioned and clean and the food is occasionally actually palatable, but Boo is not a happy camper. He is being haunted by many unanswered questions . Questions like: why can he not remember the reason for his incarceration? Or why was he given a roommate, Pullet, who acts like a chicken? Or why did they feel it necessary to paint the walls of the asylum with that damned green and white paint? Under the direction of ...
 
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1. Akercocke - Words That Go Unspoken, Deeds That Go Undone 2005 (0:01:14​) 2. Cobalt - Slow Forever 2016 (0:26:42) 3. Spectral Wound - A Diabolic Thirst 2021 (0:51:38) This week we dive into Prog Blackened-Death Metal classic "Words That Go Unspoken, Deeds That Go Undone" by Akercocke, then the menacing intensity of "Slow Forever" by Cobalt, and t…
 
We return from our Scablands trip and dive right back into The Hidden History of the Human Race by Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson. We finish up the anomalous stone tools section with Sandia Cave in New Mexico and the finds in the Gold Rush mines in California, then move on to even more anomalous finds of advanced quarrying tools, embedded nails…
 
On today's episode, we're getting unseasonably spooky as we talk about Gothic novels! The tentpoles for this episode are Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, the film Crimson Peak, and the Untamed fanfic Imago by astrophyllite. What We’re Into Lately Word of Honor The View Was Exhausting by Mikaella Clements and Onjuli Datta Die, Volume 1 by Kie…
 
1. Neurosis - Through Silver in Blood 1996 (0:00:31​​) 2. Botanist - VI: Flora 2014 (0:31:23​​) 3. Steel Bearing Hand - Slay in Hell 2021 (0:59:16​​) This week we dive into Post/Sludge Metal classic "Through Silver in Blood" by Neurosis, then the ethereal beauty of "Flora: VI" by Botanist, and the blistering new "Slay in Hell" by Steel Bearing Hand…
 
As we continue our reading of The Hidden History of the Human Race by Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson, we look at paleolithic tools, evidence of fire usage including hearths and slag indicative of kilns, and bones of extinct animals with stone tools embedded in them, in geological contexts that place them into extremely ancient times, up to tens…
 
1. Sir Lord Baltimore - Kingdom Come 1970 (0:00:40) 2. Sleep - The Sciences 2018 (0:21:58) 3. Shrines - Ghost Notes 2021 (0:52:24​​) This week we dive into Proto Metal Classic "Kingdom Come" by Sir Lord Baltimore, the return of Sleep with "The Sciences", and the new post-punk tinged "Ghost Notes" by Shrines. Nina Saeidi from Lowen and Floyd Elphins…
 
Continuing our reading through The Hidden History of the Human Race by Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson, we look at more examples of ancient stone tools found in very ancient contexts through the late 1800's and into the early 1900's. In Portugal, France, Brazil, Chile, and the U.S., there were discoveries of eolithic and paleolithic tools, that …
 
On this week's episode, we're talking about postapocalyptic fiction, specifically stories set in the wake of a climate apocalypse. The tentpoles are Trail of Lightning by Rebecca Roanhorse, the fanfic "Moebius" by AuroraNova and Mad Max: Fury Road. What We’re Into Lately The House of Niccolò series by Dorothy Dunnett Act Your Age, Eve Brown by Tali…
 
1. Gorguts - Considered Dead 1991 (0:00:50​​) 2. Zeal and Ardor - Devil Is Fine 2018 (0:24:26​​) 3. Memoriam - To The End 2021 (0:46:55​​) This week we dive into Death Metal Classic "Considered Dead" by Gorguts on it's 25th anniversary, the avant-garde metal debut "Devil Is Fine" by Zeal & Ardor, and the new brutal full-length "To The End" by Memor…
 
1. Osamu Kitajima - Benzaiten (0:00:50​) 2. White Ward - Love Exchange Failure (0:48:53) 3. Mare Cognitum - Solar Paroxysm (1:11:33) This week we dive into Japanese psych fusion gem "Benzaiten" by Osamu Kitajima, the black metal jazz of "Love Exchange Failure" by White Ward, and the new astral exploration "Solar Paroxysm" by Mare Cognitum. Nina Sae…
 
We are joined by master jeweler Jeffrey Appling to discuss ultrasonic technology in the use of cutting and shaping stone. Jeffrey has been using an ultrasonic drilling and coring machine to cut, drill, and shape even the hardest of stones and jewels with ease. The bit of the machine does not spin, the ultrasonic vibration simply allows the bit to s…
 
On today's episode we're buckling on our space shoes, picking up our space harpoons, and charging up our space laser guns, because we're doing a deep dive on the new South Korean scifi film, Space Sweepers. What We’re Into Lately An Unkindness of Ghosts by Rivers Solomon The House of Always by Jenn Lyon Disarmed by Sarah Rees Brennan Word of Honor …
 
Nina Saeidi of Lowen, joined by her co-host Floyd of Legion, does a Psycard reading with Hal Sinden of Talanas and Eulogy Media. We use Psycards as an interview format to draw out Jungian readings from the talented musicians that cross out paths. This week we had artist Orch drawing us as we talked, you can check out his incredible work here: https…
 
In part 2 of our deep dive into The Hidden History of the Human Race by Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson, we finish up on the "cut bones" section of the book and move on to looking at stone tools found in exceedingly ancient geological contexts. Once again the authors give many examples of excellent finds of stone tools, bone implements, tool wor…
 
1. Carmen - Fandangoes in Space (0:01:16) 2. Blind Guardian - Nightfall in Middle Earth (0:19:19) 3. Pupil Slicer - Mirrors (0:43:33) This week we dive into 70s flamenco rock album "Fandangoes in Space" by Carmen, the Silmarillion epic "Nightfall in Middle Earth" by Blind Guardian, and the blistering new album "Mirrors" by Pupil Slicer. Nina Saeidi…
 
This week we join Ben from UnchartedX and Hugh Newman, one of the founders of Megalithomania. We turn once again to Egypt and Ben's excellent footage and photos to look at the Valley Temple on the Giza Plateau, and the Osereion, as possible examples of megalithic structures showing different stages of construction, possibly built at very different …
 
Nina Saeidi of Lowen and Floyd Elphinstone of Legion chat to American post-hardcore/sludge band Black Sheep Wall about their new album "Songs for the Enamel Queen". In the interview is (Left to right, top to bottom); Juan Hernandez Cruz (Black Sheep Wall - Bass) Nina Saeidi (Serpent Temple Host) Jackson Thompson (Black Sheep Wall - Drums) Floyd Elp…
 
On this week's episode, we're getting the gang back together to talk about girl gangs, teen squads, and spooky witchy girls! The tentpoles this week are The Scapegracers by Hannah Abigail Clarke, Ring Shout by P. Djèlí Clark, and the fanfic “21st Century Girls” by springgreen. What We’re Into Lately Foul is Fair by Hannah Capin The Prophets by Robe…
 
1. Atomic Rooster - In Hearing Of (0:00:34) 2. Admiral Angry - Buster (0:21:02) 3. Ominous Ruin (0:53:13) This week we dive into "In Hearing Of" by Atomic Rooster, "Buster" by Admiral Angry, and the new album "Amidst Voices That Echo in Stone" by Ominous Ruin. Nina Saeidi from Lowen and Floyd Elphinstone from Legion discuss while Lowen guitarist Sh…
 
We start our next book report series, this time on The Hidden History of the Human Race by Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson. This book, which is a condensed version of their original work, " Forbidden Archaeology", is filled with fascinating anomalies of archaeology and paleoanthropology, ranging from evidence of butchering in fossilized bones, t…
 
1. Coroner - Punishment for Decadence (0:00:30) 2. Cult of Luna (featuring Julie Christmas) - Mariner (0:17:39) 3. Black Sheep Wall - Songs for the Enamel Queen (0:40:06) This week we dive into "Punishment for Decadence" by Coroner, "Mariner" by Cult of Luna (featuring Julie Christmas), and the new album, "Songs for the Enamel Queen" by Black Sheep…
 
We return again to swapcasting with Ben from UnchartedX, and this week we are also joined by Jahannah James (check out her youtube channel here) who was on the recent Egypt trip with Ben. The four of us go through Ben's footage and their observations and memories of the trip and the sites of the Karnak and Luxor temples in Egypt. We discuss the bea…
 
Nina Saeidi of Lowen does a Psycard reading with Sam Loynes of Akercocke, Voices, Antichrist Imperium and Shrines. We use Psycards as an interview format to draw out Jungian readings from the talented musicians that cross out paths. Artist Ignas Pledys drew us as we talked, you can find his work over on his Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com…
 
On this week's episode, we're discussing a few changes we're making in our approach to the podcast, and we're gushing about some of our favorite recent and upcoming works, including Raybearer by Jordan Ifueko, The Duke Who Didn’t by Courtney Milan, and She Who Became the Sun by Shelley Parker-Chan. What We’re Into Lately Seven of Infinities by Alie…
 
1. Death - Symbolic (0:01:26) 2. Primordial - Exile Amongst the Ruins (0:34:48) 3. Lingua Ignota - Agnus Dei (1:01:48) This week we dive into "Symbolic" by Death, "Exile Amongst the Ruins" by Primordial, and the new EP "Agnus Dei" by Lingua Ignota. Nina Saeidi from Lowen and Floyd Elphinstone from Legion discuss while Lowen guitarist Shem Lucas fil…
 
Tony joins us this week to revisit the topic of Atlantis. This time we look at the details of the city and civilization itself, and the many possible places and times people have theorized it may have existed. Was it an antediluvian civilization, or might it have existed much more recently, in the bronze age? Was it somewhere in the Atlantic ocean,…
 
On Practice: Walking asks how does walking shape our experience of the city? How can it be used as a tool for resistance and change? Featuring artist Sam Curtis’s Changing Play project with children from the Portman Early Childhood centre, Which Way Now? alongside interviews with anthropologist Tim Ingold, campaign group Voice of Domestic Workers a…
 
On Practice: Listening asks: How can listening form a space of political encounter? What is the difference between listening and hearing? How do other people hear? This episode features artist Ain Bailey’s collaboration with Micro Rainbow alongside recordings from Pauline Oliveros’ tuning meditations, a sound piece from artist collective Ultra-red …
 
On Practice: Cooking asks how cooking can bring people together and provide nourishment and care? What are the ways that cooking together can open up difficult conversations - about racism, colonialism and migration? This episode highlights artist Jasleen Kaur’s collaboration with women from the Portman Early Childhood Centre through the Changing P…
 
1. Om - Advaitic Songs - 2012 (0:00:34​) 2. Electric Moon - Live at Freak Valley 2019 - 2020 (0:23:08) 3. Wardruna - Kvitravn (0:50:43) This week we dive into "Advaitic Songs" by Om, "Live at Freak Valley 2019" by Electric Moon and the new album, "Kvitravn" by Wardruna. Nina Saeidi from Lowen and Floyd Elphinstone from Legion discuss while Lowen gu…
 
What are earth, land, soil, ground and dirt? Join us in that place which is simultaneously ground, land, soil and Earth, that is to say, where diverse species come together, collaborate, communicate and constitute one another but also where complex systems of redistribution of toxicity, logics of extraction and geopolitics meet. This episode is a c…
 
We return to our series of video swapcasts with Ben from UnchartedX, this time to look at Ollantaytambo, the Coricancha, and a site known as "The Temple of the Moon" in Peru. As always, Ben's footage is excellent, and we spend much of the show discussing details of the strange, rock-cut and apparently heavily damaged stonework, as well as the enigm…
 
Nina Saeidi of Lowen and co-host Floyd of Legion do a Psycard reading with Jake and Matt of Grave Lines, a London/Brighton based band that play a unique form of powerful, dark and introspective heavy music. We use Psycards as an interview format to draw out Jungian readings from the talented musicians that cross our paths. Artist Ignas Pledys drew …
 
This week's winter storm that came through Texas put everything on hold, including our podcast schedule, as we were iced in and the power was flickering on and off. Finally, on Friday, the snow and ice started to thaw, and we were able to get in the studio to record a show. This is a correspondence show, since we had nothing else planned. Great ema…
 
1. Converge - Jane Doe - 2001 (00:34) 2. Obscure Sphinx - Epitaphs - 2016 (23:08) 3. Froglord - Save The Frogs - 2021 (50:43) This week we dive into "Jane Doe" by Converge, "Epitaphs" by Obscure Sphinx and the new album "Save The Frogs" by Froglord. Nina Saeidi from Lowen and Floyd Elphinstone from Legion discuss while Lowen guitarist Shem Lucas fi…
 
We are joined in-studio once again by Marty Garza to continue our discussion on the topic of UFOs, aliens, extraterrestrials, spiritual/interdimensional beings, and the incredibly varied and strange nature of this phenomenon. As usual, Marty has done a ton of research and prepared copious notes for the show, and he guides us through multiple encoun…
 
Nina Saeidi of Lowen and co-host Floyd of Legion do a Psycard reading with Cam Shuck of Sufferer, Ancient Hatred (album coming soon), Cam Shuck Productions and Satellite Studios. We use Psycards as an interview format to draw out Jungian readings from the talented musicians that cross out paths. Artist Ignas Pledys drew us as we talked, you can fin…
 
On this week's episode, we're bringing you an extra-long, extra special surprise: We're playing a one-shot of an RPG, using a game system designed by Alex, which uses a tarot deck rather than dice! Enjoy! As per the outro of this episode, the links to our statements in response to feedback we received on Episode 71: Macey’s statement RE BTS ep 71 F…
 
1. Behemoth - The Satanist - 2014 (00:59) 2. Gaahl's Wyrd - GastiR Ghosts Invited - 2019 (30:56) 3. Cryptic Shift - Visitations from Enceladus - 2020 (55:20) This week we discuss "The Satanist" by Behemoth, "GastiR Ghosts Invited" by Ghaal's Wyrd and the new album "Visitations from Enceladus by Cryptic Shift. Nina Saeidi from Lowen and Floyd Elphin…
 
For our third installment in the series of swapcasts we are doing with Ben from UnchartedX, we are joined by Matt from the excellent Ancient Architects YouTube channel. The four of us take a look at Ben's raw footage of the amazing and mysterious megalithic site of Sacsayhuaman in Peru, as well as the remains of beautiful megalithic, polygonal, "cy…
 
Taking a break this week in the swapcast series we've been doing with Ben from UnchartedX, We take the time to respond to emails, which sparks some great discussion on the Serapeum and the pyramids and ancient, lost technology. We then turn to the legends of a particular lost object which we have spoken of before, the legendary Shamir, which was sa…
 
Nina Saeidi of Lowen does a Psycard reading with Floyd and Myles of Legion, a London-based black metal band. We use Psycards to do a Jungian style of reading and interviewing similar to tarot to delve deep into the minds of musicians and artists. Thank you for watching and feel free to support us at the links below. Artist Ignas Pledys drew us as w…
 
This week we're talking about new technologies, platforms, and formats of storytelling! The tentpoles this week are the first episode of Campaign Skyjacks, the interactive fiction game Stay by E. Jade Lomax, and the twitter threadfic Still Waters aka Turtle Creek. What We’re Into Lately Untamed by Anna Cowan The Chosen and the Beautiful by Nghi Vo …
 
In our second swapcast in the series with Ben from UnchartedX, we are joined by Chuck, host of the excellent YouTube channel cf-apps7865. The four of us spend a couple of hours watching Ben's footage inside and around the "second great pyramid" at Giza, also known as the Pyramid of Khafre. There are lots of fascinating details about this structure,…
 
We join Ben from UnchartedX in the first of a series of swapcast episodes where we go through some of his amazing footage of ancient sites he's visited. In this episode we focus on the Serapeum of Saqqara in Egypt and the mystery of the massive, precision stone "boxes" in that site. How did they make them, what were they for, how did they move them…
 
On this week's episode, we're discussing celebrity culture, the cost of fame, and three brilliant tentpoles: A Knight’s Tale, Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade, and “#bakudeku” by rageprufrock. What We’re Into Lately The Midnight Bargain by C. L. Polk On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong CryoBurn by Lois McMaster Bujold Eager by Ben Goldfarb l…
 
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