Ancient Apocalypse star Graham Hancock to debate mainstream archaeologist on Joe Rogan show

Ancient Apocalypse writer and presenter Graham Hancock has confirmed he will take part in a debate with an archaeologist on the Joe Rogan Experience. A new video on this is now available on the Hidden History Channel. Watch the video below.

Ancient Apocalypse star Graham Hancock to debate mainstream archaeologist on Joe Rogan show

Poirot Mysteries: The Mystery of Hunter’s Lodge

Another day, another murder. How Poirot does this without his soul withering away, I’ll never know. A wealthy man is murdered in his nephew’s lodge at the hands of a mysterious bearded stranger. Distraught, the nephew seeks Poirot’s aid in the case. Problem is, the great detective is bedridden with influenza! Can Hastings handle this […]

Poirot Mysteries: The Mystery of Hunter’s Lodge

Why Feminism Needs the Fierce Goddesses by Susan Foster

Kali Ma – She who carries transformation upon Her breath. The recent backlash against women and feminism, highlighted by the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, has left many people asking: Is feminism dead? Or if it isn’t dead, is it lost? The decision dealt a blow to one of the most basic freedoms […]

Why Feminism Needs the Fierce Goddesses by Susan Foster

Babylon Film Review

I’d been waiting to see Babylon for several months. Not that I knew that much about it but the advertising I had seen onscreen made me think this could be for me. Additionally, Burlington Arcade in London where I visit several times a week with my tours has been decorated in a Babylon theme for […]

Babylon Film Review

Dragons and Their Families

In scientific classification, organizing species into groups gives scientists a framework to learn about them. For most people, the easiest basis for classifying Dragons is by where they live, since European Dragons seem different from Asian ones. After studying the lore, I realized that Dragons could be better classified by the elements they governed. Moreover, […]

Dragons and Their Families

Prayer to Thoth

Originally posted on Iseum Sanctuary: This Prayer to Thoth c. 1150 BCE, from the time of the New Kingdom, is a prayer for inspiration to Thoth, God of wisdom and writing. This prayer was found in the Papyrus Anastasi V, a scroll discovered at Thebes more than 150 years ago. According to the Cairo Ancient…

Prayer to Thoth

Remorhaz: Fire Beneath the Ice

Fun fact: I accidentally killed one of my players using this monster. We were doing a prototype session of a new campaign and I chose this monster on a whim. Then I rolled 72 damage. On a character with 36 HP. Killing them instantly. I’ve never felt worse as a DM in my whole life. […]

Remorhaz: Fire Beneath the Ice

THE AGE OF ARTHUR, PART TWENTY: EMPEROR ARTHUR

Unique among the territories of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century, Britain succeeded in holding back and even reversing the tide of Germanic conquest for nearly two centuries. This was an age of heroes… It was the Age of Arthur! This is the twentieth-part of our discussion of Britain in the 5th though […]

THE AGE OF ARTHUR, PART TWENTY: EMPEROR ARTHUR

The Golden Age & The Grotesque

About repression, celebration and expostulation of the Cthonic, and why I think the exclusivism of the Celestial has unbalanced the soul – because centrism is a naturally gravitic medium in our people which suffers when it is not allowed to hold. How the Grotesque might have been a movement of Folksoul to bring us back to centre. My goal is to make you pause the next time you call something grotesque. I’ll probably fail, but I’ve been chewing on this thought for a few years. Tastes like cud. … … … … … And peanut butter.

The Golden Age & The Grotesque