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Wed Jul 24, 2024

The Devil’s Details – Omens and Gematria in Sin City

“Good evening, friends from all corners of the known and unknown universe. I’m Michael Strange, your host, and you’re listening to episode 666 of Troubled Minds Radio. A momentous number, 666. A number that’s carried a weight of mystery, dread, and fascination throughout human history. But here, we dare to look beyond the surface, beyond … Continue reading The Devil’s Details – Omens and Gematria in Sin City

The Primal Ghost – Ancestral Mysticism and Ancient Rites

Homo naledi, an extinct species of hominids, exhibited complex behaviors related to death, such as intentional burials and the use of symbols, long before Homo sapiens and Neanderthals, as evidenced by recent findings. The fossils of Homo naledi were first discovered in the Rising Star cave system in South Africa in 2013, and the latest … Continue reading The Primal Ghost – Ancestral Mysticism and Ancient Rites

The Conspiracy of Truth – Controlling the Snallygaster

Conspiracy theories have captivated human imagination and shaped our collective understanding for centuries. Tonight, we delve into the historical origins and enduring nature of these theories, examining their presence in both medieval and modern times. From the infamous Templar conspiracy to contemporary notions like Pizzagate and moon landing skepticism, conspiracy theories have persistently enticed individuals … Continue reading The Conspiracy of Truth – Controlling the Snallygaster

The Codex Arcanum – Digital Gods vs. Ancient Magic

On last nights Troubled Minds, we explored the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI), art, and spirituality, and introduced the concept of an “AI Pantheon” that brings together these various facets. The idea begins with the acknowledgement of recent developments in AI, such as the advanced AI model Claude developed by Anthropic, capable of processing vast … Continue reading The Codex Arcanum – Digital Gods vs. Ancient Magic

The Single Prompt Telescreen – Centralizing Distorted Data

The Library of Alexandria, also known as the Great Library, was one of the largest and most significant libraries of the ancient world. It was located in Alexandria, Egypt, and was renowned throughout the ancient world for its collection of scrolls and its commitment to scholarship and learning. Founded in the 3rd century BCE, during … Continue reading The Single Prompt Telescreen – Centralizing Distorted Data

Aliens Among Us – Exploring the Galaxy and UFO Crash Retrievals

Today at the Salt Conference in NYC, Dr. Gary Nolan described an alien presence currently on Earth, UFO crash reverse engineering and the development of Von Neuman probes to explore the galaxy. Dr. Gary Nolan, also known as Garry P. Nolan, is a prominent scientist and professor in the field of immunology and cancer biology. … Continue reading Aliens Among Us – Exploring the Galaxy and UFO Crash Retrievals

Apollo’s Return – New Horizons and the Mysterious NASA Re-Direct

NASA’s New Horizons mission, which has been exploring the farthest reaches of our solar system for almost 15 years, is changing its primary objective from studying the Kuiper Belt to studying the environment at the distant reaches of the Sun. This change has upset the scientists in charge of the mission, who believe the primary … Continue reading Apollo’s Return – New Horizons and the Mysterious NASA Re-Direct

The Satanic Panic 2.0 – And Ancient Grimoires of Unspeakable Evil

The Satanic Panic refers to a period in the United States during the 1980s and early 1990s when there was widespread fear and moral panic surrounding allegations of satanic ritual abuse and cults. It was characterized by a belief that there was a vast underground network of Satanists engaged in heinous activities, such as child … Continue reading The Satanic Panic 2.0 – And Ancient Grimoires of Unspeakable Evil

A Forgotten God – Eternal Drifting the Astral Sea

Archaeologists have made a stunning discovery that provides new insights into the ancient Zapotec civilization and its religious beliefs. A team discovered beautifully preserved wall paintings inside the Statue of the Rainmaker temple, part of the Zapotec city of Monte Alban in remote Mexico. Monte Alban was one of the most important Mesoamerican cities, inhabited … Continue reading A Forgotten God – Eternal Drifting the Astral Sea

The Hybrid Tongue – Reversing the Tower of Babel Incident and Languages of the Future

The coming decades and centuries will likely see languages change in profound ways due to technological progress, globalization, and shifts in human culture. Incorporating digital and electronic elements will be one such change. Concepts like “googling” something, “uploading a post,” or “pdf’ing a document” could evolve into fundamental parts of languages as software and interfaces … Continue reading The Hybrid Tongue – Reversing the Tower of Babel Incident and Languages of the Future