Thursday, August 25, 2022

Episode #256: The Narrative of Myth

Conversation on the main topic starts in the second half of the episode.

It's the end of August, and for us, it is the harvest season. We discuss this year's harvest of the grapes and the beginnings of this season's winemaking. Kyle reads a few news stories and we discuss those, then in the second segment Russ reads a long story from the Mysterious Universe website about four cases of strange mass animal deaths.

In the second half of the show, Kyle talks about the "philosophy of narrative", how common stories have a powerful influence on people and culture. How much have ancient mythologies influenced us? We also talk about the ability to focus on one thing versus the need to pay attention to the big picture, and how to balance these two ways of looking at the world, and how that connects to ancient mysteries, structures, and mythology.


Thanks very much to everyone who supports the show! And big thanks to the following producers of this episode:

Executive Producers:
Michael Burroughs
Philip Baklamov
Matt Shy
Peter Shell
Zachariah Baker
Frank M.

Associate Executive Producers:
Daniel Gandy
Dave Cortes
Patrick Hicks

You can support the show as well through paypal or patreon, just visit our website for details:

Thursday, August 18, 2022

Episode #255: Listener Communications

We invited Laura to join us on this episode of listener communications, where we catch up on news stories and listener emails. There is some physics and cosmology discussion at the beginning after Kyle reads some science articles, then we dive into the emails on all manner of topics: the moon and the Younger Dryas, the Mississippi Mounds, ancient tech and tools, skeptics and the standard model.


Thanks to the following Producers of episode 255!

Executive Producer:
Greg Kaighin

Associate Executive Producer:
Antonio Kasljevic

Thursday, August 11, 2022

Episode #254: Mario Buildreps - Ancient Alignments & Crustal Displacement

Is it possible that human civilization is much older than we've been taught? Maarten from Mario Buildreps has put together an enormous body of research that implies humans have been constructing complex structures going back hundreds of thousands of years, through multiple catastrophic periods of crustal displacement.

Mario Buildreps website:

Mario Buildreps YouTube channel:



Thursday, August 4, 2022

Episode #253: Swapcast with Where Did the Road Go

Saved by the swapcast! This was originally scheduled as a guest appearance on the excellent Where Did the Road Go podcast with Seriah, but our plans for our regular episode this week fell through, so Seriah kindly allowed us to use this episode as a swapcast. We discuss Charles Fort and the Book of the Damned, Feynman, cosmology, physics, electric universe, cryptids, UFOs, and the limits of human knowledge, as well as reading a few news stories and discussing those.


Find Where Did the Road Go here: