That's for darn sure. Thank you so much for everyone who has listened! This week we're kicking off our Lunar Tales episodes with a critical, some may say exhaustive, look at the theory that Stanley Kubrick faked the moon landing. We examine the narrative of the faking, and then the revelation, to the world, that Kubrick tried to tell us all but we were too foolish to see.
We'll point out waaaaay too many This week Jason, for the tenth time, takes command of the show to educate us all about the highly controversial document known as the Piri Reis map. This piece of cartography, which was produced in the 16th century, has been purported to show the coastline of Antartica as it would have appear without its ice cap, millions of years ago.
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This has lead to a number of speculations, regarding advanced civilizations surviving apocalypse level events and global ice ages, as well as a transmission This week we dive back into one of Sam's favorite subjects, Jewish mysticism, by way of one of its most fascinating and unique phenomena, The Golem. The clay man, who serves as the supernatural protector of the downtrodden Jews throughout the Diaspora, has long captivated the imagination of the public. We trace it's lineage through the Hebrew Bible, to the Talmud, and then examine it under the peculiar light of the dark ages and renaissance practices of Kabbalah.
By the time we're done, we This week we wrap up our two-parter on Borley Rectory by examining the ongoing relationship between it and the grand-daddy of all Ghost Hunters, Harry Price! We start by diving into Price's long and impressive history of debunking suspicious spirits, slandering the good name of one of England's best known novelists along the way, then we turn our attention back to that blasted manor house, Borley Rectory. By examining Price's examination, and then the blowback that followed, and finally the This week we explore the history behind the most haunted house in all of England in our first episode on the historic Borley Rectory!
From the 11th century building recorded on the site in the Domesday Book, to the stories of haunting that accompanied the generations of Priests who lived in the manor house throughout the 20th century, we'll be exploring the whole story of Monks, Nuns, Headless Horsemen, Disappearing and Reappearing Objects, and Psychic Writing in this location that has over Today we look at one of the grosser and more unsettling phenomena we've ever turned our gaze towards, the Mongolian Death Worm! Often described as having the appearance of a long intestine overflowing with blood, whose movements are almost always characterized by 'writhing' or 'wriggling', it's no wonder we almost couldn't make it through this one.
We'll take you on a grand adventure through time in the Gobi Desert, that funhouse of horrors deep in Mongolia. We'll explore the most important This week, Jason wrestles the microphone back for another of his excellent specials. The target of his scientific ire this time? These ancient, ill-defined, intentionally vague creatures which seem to have somehow slipped into the modern world with alarming ease, sneaking in through our childhood and then hiding in the dark places, across the threshold of civilization, where the wild things lurk. Then Sam waxes a little too poetic about the interconnectedness of all things, Jason Join Sam and Jason with special guest Rob our very good friend and mortal enemy, respectively as we wrap up the nightmare that is, was, and will forever be Edward Walters and the Gulf Breeze UFO sightings.
We begin with Ed surrendering himself to be abducted, finally decided that if you can't shoot the spacecraft out of the sky, or shout expletives loud enough for it to hear you, ya might as well join them. Jason gives us a lesson on Manipulating Photographs, and Sam One Ancient Druid! This week we wrap up our series on MKUltra by taking a closer look at some of the less confirmable aspects of it, as well as examining why it ended up being shuttered. However, as we navigate stories of witches and psychics, warlocks and warlords, killing machines and hypnotic assassins, it's important that we ask ourselves one last question: Is Ultra over and done with?
The action was great, and it seemed like there was a lot more of it then in book one.
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The fight scenes choreography were superbly written. That says a lot Holy butts!
That says a lot about the quality of thw writing. The new characters were great. The old characters were a blast to see again and I grew even more fondly of them all except Christine but will talk about her later. But here they were just plain awesome. Shining Star was a great addition to the cast of characters and all of his people were fun. And of course I like the addition of a "good" gay character. I appreciate the diversity of all the characters. The plot was fast paced with lots of stuff happening at once, but it never got confusing. The "bad guys" are well written and feel like a real threat that constantly keeps the "good guys" on their toes.
It is written with multiple third person point of views but each chapter title indicates whose POV it will be told in. The only thing I didn't like was the whole Christine thing Really she was his waitress and a couple weeks later he sleeps with her. That's about it.
Then she betrays him and sends him off to die. But he lives and so what because of her hundreds others did die. Then when she found out he alive she tells him goodbye in that "final goodbye" way and I mediates runs to tell the bad guys he lived and where they can kill him while he's defenseless. So after a few fuck sessions how could he care about her at all a year later after her betrayal? She did it because the bad guy told her he'd give her a superpower.
And only after the bad guys defeated does she seem to regret it. You know when she has no other option but to try and get sympathy so she says she's sorry for killing so many and trying to kill even more. There was just nothing at all redeeming about her.
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So skip a year and she's been writing Tak letters all the time be copies she's "so sorry" bullshit. She's writing the agent that arrested her and is the reason she's in jail. She's already shown that her magic vagina can get Tak to overlook anything and completely manipulate him. I can't see her writing him for any reason other than to try and get him to try and get her paroled because she just made an itsy mistake, so what that people died and she betrayed the people that actually cared about her. So WHY is Tak hung up on this bimbo? I don't get it! It just doesn't seem logical that he'd still like her.
I'd expect him to not trust women and all that crap, feel betrayed, and feel like an idiot for trusting her so quickly and getting burned so badly.
But to have feelings for her a year later? After having been together for days? I know this is fiction but this just was beyond my comprehension and ruined a small section of the book for me. During the "reunion" I wanted to just not finish the rest, but I'm glad I did. The reunion was like a big Harlequin Romance and seemed really misplaced being in this book. And it pulled out all of the cards. It was Christine's birthday and her family there. Her sister and sister's husband, a small child, and the loving aunt.
All to show how loved Christine was and how evil Tak was for arresting her for her tiny little misjudgment. So what she tried to have him killed a few times, he was unreasonable arresting her for it. So big stupid scene with hand holding and cupcakes. And of course Christine is really a saint she tutors the other inmates!! It was like it was trying so hard to redeem her without her doing anything to actually earn it.
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And I just couldn't see why this scene was in there? And then Tak says he'll see her again!? Yeah the scene was just in the absurd for me. No ones vagina is that magical, is it? Later, after the fugue wears off and you sort your booty, reason returns and the questions begin.
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What are you going to do with all this useless crap? Why do you have that brochure? You have no need to purchase vermiculite by the truck load or to get your gutters replaced by solar compost receptacles. To whom can you give this pencil with the sparkle eraser? Into the trash it all goes. Now, imagine yourself at the newest trend in trade shows — the Paranormal Convention. It may feel a bit more like trick or treating than killing time away from the office. In structure, a paranormal themed convention is pretty similar to any other trade show. There are workshops, guest speakers, a vendors room and a big party where people far from home hit on each other.