This week we examine the strange “history” of Atlantis, an odd passing reference made by Plato which spurred interest in one of the most lasting mythologies of all time.
This week on the podcast, we explore the origins of world mythology, and how it may relate to archaeological discoveries in Europe and elsewhere.
A meteor impact near a US base in Greenland has caused a flurry of attention after scientists reported the incident earlier this week, although it remains unacknowledged by the USAF.
This week we look at psychedelics, and what role altered states of consciousness and mystical experiences play in human evolution. Are they still worthy of scientific study today?
The sun reportedly “disappeared” for a number of hours in remote Siberia recently, in an incident similar to odd “blood rains” recorded throughout history.
On this edition of the podcast, we explore changes in scientific attitudes relating to interpretations of various mysteries of the ancient past.
This week we discuss Vietnam War-era UFO studies carried out by the United States with Australian researcher Paul Dean.
This week we talk with writer and broadcaster Greg Bishop, former publisher of “The Excluded Middle” and all-around unique thinker.
This week on the podcast we explore the ancient wonders of North American archaeology, such as Ohio’s Serpent Mound and other enigmatic locations.
This week’s podcast examines several mysteries of modern mathematics, which some think might point to inherent order in the universe or even a “source code” behind reality.
This week’s podcast examines the myth and folklore surrounding owls and the prevalence of these birds of prey in a number of traditions around the world dating back to antiquity.
On this edition of the podcast, we look at Phobos, one of Mars’s most unusual moons, and the long history of unusual phenomena associated with it.
On this edition of the podcast, we are joined by Paul Kimball, co-star and producer of the Canadian television program Haunted.
This week on the podcast, we discuss scientists who hope to finally unravel the mystery of Loch Ness, and why some question whether Sirhan Sirhan killed Robert Kennedy in 1968… including Kennedy’s own son.
This week’s podcast features a panel discussion with lecturers attending the 2018 Esotericon at King’s College in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
This week on the podcast, we discuss Carl Jung, and the development of ideas such as archetypes, the collective unconscious, and his other great contributions to psychology and psychoanalysis.