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CubbyWhole
#58 Allegorical Illustration of Darwin's Theory, Marriage and Flying Saucers

CubbyWhole

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 159:14


In this episode Nate introduces some really interesting allegorical breakdowns of Darwin's Human Evolution Theory, Marriage and UFO's, Aliens, ET's, Grays and Flying Saucers. This show endeavors to unveil some critical points about Allegorical correspondence, Origins, Evolution in Consciousness, The Internal Union, The Human Brain and much more! Note; please go to www.cubbywhole.com to follow along with slides

Protectors of the Book
Chapter 5 – Protectors of the Book (Allegorical Fantasy)

Protectors of the Book

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 3:16


Jadeth is trapped with a scary voice!

Christian Podcast Community
Chapter 5 – Protectors of the Book (Allegorical Fantasy)

Christian Podcast Community

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022


Jadeth is trapped with a scary voice!

Lion's Den Audiobook and Drama Podcast
Chapter 5 – Protectors of the Book (Allegorical Fantasy)

Lion's Den Audiobook and Drama Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 3:16


Jadeth is trapped with a scary voice!

Protectors of the Book
Chapter 4 – Protectors of the Book (Allegorical Fantasy)

Protectors of the Book

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 4:16


Jadeth searches under the ruins, and finds something strange.

Lion's Den Audiobook and Drama Podcast
Chapter 4 – Protectors of the Book (Allegorical Fantasy)

Lion's Den Audiobook and Drama Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 4:16


Jadeth searches under the ruins, and finds something strange.

Christian Podcast Community
Chapter 4 – Protectors of the Book (Allegorical Fantasy)

Christian Podcast Community

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022


Jadeth searches under the ruins, and finds something strange.

Protectors of the Book
Chapter 3 – Protectors of the Book (Allegorical Fantasy Tale)

Protectors of the Book

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 3:28


  Jadeth arrives at the ruins, only to find he was in for more than he bargained!

Lion's Den Audiobook and Drama Podcast
Chapter 3 – Protectors of the Book (Allegorical Fantasy Tale)

Lion's Den Audiobook and Drama Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 3:28


  Jadeth arrives at the ruins, only to find he was in for more than he bargained!

Christian Podcast Community
Chapter 3 – Protectors of the Book (Allegorical Fantasy Tale)

Christian Podcast Community

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022


  Jadeth arrives at the ruins, only to find he was in for more than he bargained!

Restitutio
472 Why I (Still) Don’t Believe in Evolution (Sean Finnegan)

Restitutio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 37:17


I'd like to take an opportunity to interrupt this Scripture and Science class. We've just done three episodes on evolution. The first one covered the basics of what evolution is. Our second teaching evolution covered biblical problems and the third surveyed some scientific problems. Then Will interviewed Sam about his beliefs in both Christianity and evolution. I figured we'd just leave it there and move on to hear what Will had to say about geology. But after seeing various comments coming in, I decided it would be good to interject some of my own thoughts both defending my reasons for honestly engaging with evolution as well as my reasons for still not believing in it. My reasons: Lack of evidence for evolution Problem of first life Mutations as an inadequate mechanism Humans ill-adapted for survival Allegorical readings of Genesis are ad hoc Evolution undermines the Fall Listen to this episode on Spotify or Apple Podcasts —— Links —— We are doing follow-up discussions to these episodes on YouTube. Check them out! See other episodes in this Scripture and Science Class Check out Barlow's previous podcast episodes Learn more about and support the church Barlow and his team are starting in Louisville, KY, called Compass Christian Church Find more articles and audios by Barlow on his website: Study Driven Faith Support Restitutio by donating here Designate Restitutio as your charity of choice for Amazon purchases Join our Restitutio Facebook Group and follow Sean Finnegan on Twitter @RestitutioSF Leave a voice message via SpeakPipe with questions or comments and we may play them out on the air Intro music: Good Vibes by MBB Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0) Free Download / Stream: Music promoted by Audio Library. Who is Sean Finnegan?  Read his bio here

Dr. Kay Fairchild
#169 Mind Brain Connection ( Allegorical Reality of Psalm 1) -081

Dr. Kay Fairchild

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 76:29


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Dr. Kay Fairchild
#168 Mind Brain Connections Allegorical Reality of Psalm 23 -080

Dr. Kay Fairchild

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 55:32


#168 Mind Brain Connections Allegorical Reality of Psalm 23 -080 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-kay-fairchild/support

Lion's Den Audiobook and Drama Podcast
Chapter 2 – Protectors of the Book (Allegorical Fantasy Tale)

Lion's Den Audiobook and Drama Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 2:17


Moreno tells Jadeth of his news as to the possibility for adventure.

Protectors of the Book
Chapter 2 – Protectors of the Book (Allegorical Fantasy Tale)

Protectors of the Book

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 2:17


Moreno tells Jadeth of his news as to the possibility for adventure.

Christian Podcast Community
Chapter 2 – Protectors of the Book (Allegorical Fantasy Tale)

Christian Podcast Community

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022


Moreno tells Jadeth of his news as to the possibility for adventure.

Christian Podcast Community
Chapter One – Protectors of the Book (Allegorical Fantasy Tale)

Christian Podcast Community

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022


This episode starts an audiobook story of allegorical fantasy.  Hopefully, it will impart lessons in metaphorical form, and also entertain and inspire.  Meet Jadeth, an…

Lion's Den Audiobook and Drama Podcast
Chapter One – Protectors of the Book (Allegorical Fantasy Tale)

Lion's Den Audiobook and Drama Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 6:30


This episode starts an audiobook story of allegorical fantasy.  Hopefully, it will impart lessons in metaphorical form, and also entertain and inspire.  Meet Jadeth, an…

Protectors of the Book
Chapter One – Protectors of the Book (Allegorical Fantasy Tale)

Protectors of the Book

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 6:30


This episode starts an audiobook story of allegorical fantasy.  Hopefully, it will impart lessons in metaphorical form, and also entertain and inspire.  Meet Jadeth, an…

Dr. Kay Fairchild
#167 Mind Brain Connection, Allegorical Characteristics of Living From Without Instead of Within -079

Dr. Kay Fairchild

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 56:40


#167 Mind Brain Connection Allegorical Characteristics of Living From Without Instead of Within Revelation 22:14-16 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-kay-fairchild/support

The Hope Initiative
#99 - A Life Of Allegory

The Hope Initiative

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 61:30


“Allegorical comes from basically everything in life should have a deeper meaning to it, you should be conscious of everything you're doing. Why do you drink from a certain mug? What is one cheap thing that you found or passed on for years? Every film you watched as a deeper meaning. All these things in life you should strive to have a bit more of a conscious attitude… I think it was the tagline was like the rebirth of everything that has meaning.”Episode #99 of The Hope Initiative with Adam James Pollock.After following Adam on Twitter for most of 2022, I decided to reach out to him to guest on the podcast and within 36 hours we had this conversation about his life and how through following his interest and observations, he's created a new life for himself.Grateful for the conversation! Thanks to Adam for sharing all he did.SHOW LINKSAdam on TwitterAdam on Instagramhttps://adamjp.net/- His website where you can support his work!Follow and connect with the podcast on Instagram and Twitter.Music by Jess Fairlie.

Gaia Disclosure
Allegorical Truths of Immortality with Jonny Enoch

Gaia Disclosure

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 27:38


Visit Gaiadisclosure.com for more information.  How is it possible the eight kings of Sumer lived over an average of 30,000 years each? Join Jonny Enoch in this Mystery Teachings Special series as he traces the esoteric secrets that connect our fragile future to our immortal past.  Host: Jonny Enoch 

The Catholic Man Show
God, His Church, and Marriage

The Catholic Man Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 69:02


A few weeks ago we spoke with Dcn. Garlick about the ways to read scripture: 1. Literal 2. Allegorical 3. Moral 4. Anagogical. We take that and St. Thomas Aquinas's homily and apply that to marriage! http://www.patreon.com/thecatholicmanshow (Become a Patron! Over 40 interviews, a course with Karlo Broussard, a 10 part series on the domestic church, a course on fitness and virtue by Pat Flynn, and free thank you gifts for supporting the show!) https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ () WE ARE GOING TO IRELAND WITH FR. SEAN DONOVAN AND THERE ARE STILL A FEW SPOTS LEFT! JOIN US – https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ (MORE DETAILS HERE). LIVING BEYOND SUNDAY: MAKING YOUR HOME A HOLY PLACE https://thecatholicmanshow.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Living-Beyond-Sunday_3D_FRONT.jpg ()Our new book is available for pre-order from Ascension Press! “I love this book. It provides wise counsel with beautiful simplicity. So, if you are looking to safeguard your family life from the wiles of the enemy and encourage your spouse and children to become the saints God is calling them to be, this is a book for you.” – Fr Gregory Pine Home life can be difficult and busy, and it's easy to get distracted from the point of it all: raising a family of saints. In https://ascensionpress.com/products/living-beyond-sunday-making-your-home-a-holy-place (Living Beyond Sunday: Making Your Home a Holy Place), two married couples share what has helped them make their homes a place of encounter with God–a place where saints are being made. About our drink: Matsui Peated Japanese Whisky About our gear: N/A About the Topic: What does marriage show us about God, His Church, our soul, and the institution of marriage? Let's discuss! https://exodus90.com/pray/?utm_source=catholicmanshow&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=holy-hour-2022&utm_content=tcms (“Any man who wants a solid faith-filled family should do Exodus 90.”) TIME CODES: If this is your first time listening to The Catholic Man Show, we do 3 things almost every episode:1.) Open, review, and enjoy a man beverage – Minutes 1-12.2.) Highlight a man gear – Minutes 12-24.3.) Have a manly conversation – Minutes 24-48If you haven't listened to The Catholic Man Show before, check out our previous episodes https://thecatholicmanshow.com/episodes/ (here). Subscribe to our https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5MhmMZZhEnrapVYUIkFHLg?view_as=subscriber ( YouTube channel) to watch past episodes. Want to help The Catholic Man Show? By giving us a rating on https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-catholic-man-show/id1128843873?mt=2 (iTunes, it helps others find the show.) Want to say up with The Catholic Man Show? Sign up for our mailing list: http://www.thecatholicmanshow.com/manly (Click Here) Looking for a prayer to pray with your wife? https://thecatholicmanshow.com/blog/looking-for-a-prayer-to-pray-with-your-wife-print-this-off-and-start-praying/ (Check this blog out.) Are you getting our emails? Sign up for our newsletter where we give you all bacon content – never spam.  http://thecatholicmanshow.com/manly/ (SIGN UP HERE:) https://thecatholicmanshow.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/tcms-email-ss.png ()

Wisdom's Echo
Child-Like Wonder and the Allegorical Dove by Elijah Ward

Wisdom's Echo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 12:45


Child-Like Wonder and the Allegorical Dove by Elijah Ward

Dr. Kay Fairchild
#157 Kay Fairchild The Mind Brain Connection, The Allegorical Reality Of The New Covenant -069

Dr. Kay Fairchild

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 63:42


#157 Kay Fairchild The Mind Brain Connection, The Allegorical Reality Of The New Covenant -069 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-kay-fairchild/support

Evangelicalish
About the Bible with Dr. Dan McClellan

Evangelicalish

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 86:19


Are the stories in the Bible literal? Allegorical? Moral Fables? So often then Bible doesn't really say what we're told it says. How should one read the bible today? Dr. Dan McClellen helps set the story straight and blows our minds in the process. Follow Dan on TikTok, IG or Twitter: @maklelan Sign up for his class on the Goddess Asherah here: https://dan-mcclellan.square.site/ Follow the Evangelicalish team on Tiktok, IG, FB & Twitter: @evangelicalish, @pastorpaul_tiktok, @pastorfromok, @aprilajoy Or email us: evangelicalish@gmail.com

Dr. Kay Fairchild
#154 Mind Brain Connection The Allegorical Reality of Crucifixion, Rent Veil, Earthquake, Graves Open, Centurion, Women, & Rich Man of Arimathea named Joseph- Matthew 27:51-60 Joseph

Dr. Kay Fairchild

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 63:20


#154 Mind Brain Connection The Allegorical Reality of Crucifixion, Rent Veil, Earthquake, Graves Open, Centurion, Women, & Rich Man of Arimathea named Joseph- Matthew 27:51-60 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-kay-fairchild/support

Dr. Kay Fairchild
#151 Mind Brain Connection The Allegorical & Subjective Experience of The Marriage Feast of Matthew 22- 063

Dr. Kay Fairchild

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 49:15


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Dr. Kay Fairchild
Kay Fairchild - Mind Brain Connection #152 The Allegorical Reality of 70 X 7 in forgiveness- 064

Dr. Kay Fairchild

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 49:52


Kay Fairchild - Mind Brain Connection #152 The Allegorical Reality of 70 X 7 in forgiveness-064 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-kay-fairchild/support

Dr. Kay Fairchild
#150 Mind Brain Connection, The Allegorical Reality of the 12 Gates & 12 Foundations of Revelation 21 -062

Dr. Kay Fairchild

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 81:22


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Dr. Kay Fairchild
#149 Mind Brain Connection The Allegorical Reality of Revelation 21:7-8- 061

Dr. Kay Fairchild

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 69:39


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The Shaun Tabatt Show
791: The Babylon Bee's Joel Berry - The Postmodern Pilgrim's Progress: An Allegorical Tale

The Shaun Tabatt Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 31:52


The Babylon Bee's Joel Berry makes his inaugural appearance on the podcast to share about The Postmodern Pilgrim's Progress, which follows a millennial seeker named Ryan as he travels through a twenty-first-century take on The Pilgrim's Progress, including allegorical versions of all our modern vices tempting him along the way—as well as a few timeless personified virtues that just might see him through. This new book is an absolute must-read! Resources mentioned in this episode: The Postmodern Pilgrim's Progress: An Allegorical Tale Find out more at BabylonBee.com. The Shaun Tabatt Show is part of the Destiny Image Podcast Network.

Tanglewood Bible Fellowship » Messages
The Allegorical Gospel Galatians 4:21-31

Tanglewood Bible Fellowship » Messages

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 37:43


1. The Judaizers preached a legalism Gospel. 2. Intentional Allegory reveals the Gospel. 3. Legalism makes you spiritually illegitimate. 4. Legalism leads to persecution.

Critical Issues Commentary Radio
Examining Fervent by Priscilla Shirer, Part 5 - Allegorical Use of Scripture

Critical Issues Commentary Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 30:15


Examining Fervent by Priscilla Shirer, Part 5 - Allegorical Use of Scripture, presented by Bob DeWaay and Jessica Kramasz. We discuss Shirer's use of the floating ax head narrative in 2Kings 6. She uses it to show that we need to get back our "cutting edge" in prayer. This is a semantic sleight of hand based on an allegorical interpretation of that passage. (duration 00:30:15) Click here to play

Nightmare Now
Books Made From Human Skin

Nightmare Now

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 29:04


Anthropodermic Bibliopegy is the process of binding a book in human skin.  Today we talk the history, and notable examples of this ghoulish practice.  Sources: "Thunder, Very Close, Rain, A.wav" by InspectorJ (www.jshaw.co.uk) of Freesound.orgThe Madman's LibraryKISS BloodSaddam's book clubAnthropodermic book scienceAnthropodermic bibliographyNarrative of the life of James Allen, alias George Walton, alias Jonas Pierce, alias James H. York, alias Burley Grove, the highwayman : being his death-bed confession, to the warden of the Massachusetts state prisonFate of the blenden hall Loose Transcript:Hi everyone, welcome to another fabulous episode of nightmare now! The show where we brave brutal books and bring out blasphemous bloody business for breaking up a banal bus ride or business meeting. Hope everyone is having a great week, mine's chaotic but at least I don't have polio. My laptop switched the microphone part way through the original recording so I went to edit and half of it sounded like I was screaming like a lunatic into walkie talkie in a tunnel, the other half sounded all messed up because I was using the wrong microphone. The audio is beyond my capabilities to repair without summoning some kind of audio demon so here we are talking about a cursed media. Again.  Work is still crazy and gets crazier by the day so I think for now I am going to move release days to thursday mornings starting next week, I hope to eventually get the research synthesis turnaround a lot faster as I streamline the workflow but for now I think doing the show on weeknights is gonna help with consistency and my sanity a lot more than procrastinating with the homies on the weekend and then trying to outline, record, edit and promote monday night till 3am. So keep an eye out next Thursday for next week's show. I think that's more than enough housekeeping stuff for now so let's just  dive right into it, Today we're talking about a crazy little thing called anthropodermic bibliopegy If you're up on your latin or history you may be able to figure out what that means, but if you're not it's the lovely art of bookbinding… with human skin. A practice with a wide reaching and surprising history. My main source today is the lovely coffee table book I received as a gift, from myself, The Madman's Library, by Edward Brooke Hitching. Luckily, or unluckily depending on who you ask the madman's library is just bound in regular old paper, whatever cardboard paste stuff they use to bind modern books. It's really cool, basically hitching was the son of an antique book collector and from a very early age fell in love with books, especially rare, unusual and unique books. Within its pages he collects and references hundreds of such books including ancient religious texts, giant dusty codices, bestiaries, grimoires and more, you could do a whole podcast on weird books alone, so we'll definitely be coming back to this one. One chapter in particular I want to highlight in our first foray into literary curiosities is the one entitled “Books made of Flesh and Blood” which immediately caught my eye. It starts off innocuous enough, with traditional books bound in cowhide or rabbit fur or snakeskin,  things like that, that were common practice since the dawn of book binding. From barely worked tanned hide to elaborate, ornate skin designs, there's a whole spectrum, but specifically we're looking at books bound in human skin but we we wouldn't be covering it on the show if I, I mean you the disturbed listener didn't want lovely Literally “hand” crafted journal, like made by hands from hands. Perhaps a tasteful nipple skin latch to keep your embarrassing thoughts about your crush truly secret from prying eyes. Ed Gein would probably have a couple of these laying around if he could read. So what would possess somebody to do this exactly? Well for one thing, it's a hell of a conversation piece. And it sends a hell of a message to boot. Oftentimes a book bound in human skin was a list of misdeeds of an executed criminal. It was sort of a punishment beyond death for the convicted and it saved a goat or cow, isn't that nice. You had the accounts of murderers crimes bound in the murderers own flesh which is metal as f**k and probably houses some insanely bad juju. It wasn't just murderers though, for example you had traitors getting the same treatment. Most of the time after death. Speaking of treatments that's a good segue. How do you take human skin and make it suitable to cover your fifth grade textbooks? Apparently there were 2 main ways of getting the skin ready. That's of course after you have the skin of the person. I can't get into the pretreatment because, well, there's more than one way to skin a person… If I reveal how many I know I feel like I'll get some calls from the FBI.  Anyway, once you have the skin, hopefully humanely sourced. You could soak it in lime water, take off the hair and chunks and goop afterwards, and just go to town with tannin compounds to tan the hide. The alternative is just to go the foul bachelor frog route and blast it with piss. A surprisingly versatile tool any problem solver needs in their metaphorical toolbox.The ammonia dissolves the fidddly chunks and pubes and guts  and gets it ready for stretching and drying. And if you're feeling real fancy, and you want a nice sheen and luster on the cover of your new skin book, all you had to do was give it a rubdown with a nice rustic stain varnish cocktail made by mixing dog dookie, bird poop and water. I mean if you're gonna do it, do it right I guess.  There's some great stories in here about notable examples of these books and the people that made them, and also the people they're made out of. The first one actually goes back to a previous episode, the one on Robert Liston, so check that one out for more info, alternatively, if you've got a time machine skip ahead a few months till when we do a deeper dive on burke and hare, resurrection men, and the body snatcher arms races. But the short version was that william burke and william hare were a pair of scumbag murderers, with a get rich quick scheme that was basically just cutting the natural death middle man out of the cadaver trade, murdering victims and selling the bodies for medical research, but when they were caught, partially thanks to our boy liston,  TIME ME GENTLEMEN! Again check that one out!  Hare I believe got some kind of squealer plea immunity deal or something to sell out Burke and get out of the hangman's noose himself. Naturally Burke wasn't so lucky. He was hanged for his crimes on january 28th 1829 and then immediately dissected and flayed. A fitting end for his crime spree of selling bodies for dissection. I don't remember that part of alanis morissete's ironic.They took the newly flayed skin and turned part of it into a wallet for the prison guard that kept an eye on him and they took more of the skin to put a complete document of the trial and evidence of his case in writing into a neat little skin book that currently resides in the surgeon's college in edinburgh along with his skeleton. They really used all the parts of this dude. This practice continued pretty much until it fell out of vogue in the late 1800s, it wasn't really as popular to be skinning and tanning human hide anymore, at least not outside of texas that is. There was one other notable criminal skin book that a friend mentioned to me when I brought this topic up. Thanks Gabe! He called my attention to a book currently housed in the boston athenaeum (a thuh nee um) called the Narrative of the Life of James Allen, alias Jonas Pierce, alias James H. York, alias Burley Grove, the Highwayman, Being His Death-bed Confession to the Warden of the Massachusetts State Prison. They really didn't care much for brevity back then, side note theres also a great chapter on weird book titles in the madman's library that make that one look like a haiku.  So james allen, aka jonas pierce, aka the highwayman ect ect was a highwayman. I guess that much is obvious but whatever. He was in the state prison in Massachusetts and his health was failing, he wasn't on death row or anything, just kind of old and sick and in jail. He knew he was on the way out and wrote down his death bed confession but here's where it gets weird. His last wish was that when he died, they use his skin to pind two copies of his f**king confession and memoirs. One would go to his prison doctor that was taking care of him at the end of his life and the other copy went to a John A. Fenno Jr. The story with him was that James Allen, being a highwayman, or maybe just a big johnny cash fan, tried to rob this guy at gunpoint years ago before he was in prison, and john was the only guy he robbed that ever fought back or resisted and James Allen found a weird admiration for that courage later in his life. The highwayman, James, actually shot the other guy John, but the bullet richotected off his suspender buckle or something and he survived. James Allen was so moved by this display of bravery in the face of certain death at his hands that when he died he had the other copy of his skin bound confession presented to John Fenno Jr. You gotta imagine waking up to get the mail back in the day walking out in your f**king bunny slippers and the post man stops by and is just like taop of the mornin to ye mr fenno, I gots me a parcel for ya from the state prison” you cautiously unwrap the sring on the package, hands trembling and it's just the memoirs of the guy that tried to murder you bound in his own skin with a little note that just says, “ you got scrote and I like the cut of your gib laddy”  like what do you even do? Th..thanks I guess and put it up on the shelf. Full disclosure I don't actually know what's in the book but I found an internet archive link to the full book if you want to know more, I'll throw that into the show notes at nightmarenow.com. Let me know if there's anything cool in there it's only like 40 pages or so. Later on fenno's daughter donated the book to the athenaeum after her father died and it has remained there ever since. This case has been pretty well documented and even was proven to be genuine man leather by an organization called the Anthropodermic Book Project. They were another cool source for this episode because these are the guys that test all these books  via peptide mass fingerprinting. This is a process where they take a tiny sample of the book digest it with enzymes and run the resulting digestate through a mass spec machine to compare the spectra of the peptides in the collagen in the skin from known values for mammals like goats, cows, deer and humans. For the non-lab science inclined they basically turn a piece of the skin into juice and run the juice through a machine that says what animal it is. Think karen from spongebob dissolving seaweed to find out it's 50% sea and 50% weed. Kinda like the turtle from finding nemo. One book was about pituitary issues causing gigantism or other hormonal abnormalities, and that was bound in the skin of a literal giant from a ringling bros circus standing eight foot six. There's not a whole lot of detail available on that particular case but at least it's on theme right?Like I said the whole human skin books industry started to collapse in the late eighteen hundreds but there are a few exceptions, this one's apocryphal but apparently some lady had a book binder wrap up their love letters in her dead husband. That was in f**king 1958! Again not a whole lot of detail on that one but there's at least an implied consent there.The earliest form of the practice is, of course, a bible. Dating back to at least the 1200s bound in the skin of a young woman. And I've seen enough criminal minds to know that this s**t probably still continues here and there to this very day.Another semi famous, yet non criminal case was of a huge, anonymous fan of camille flamarrion. A french author focusing on astronomy. Camille commented on how soft and smooth this gal's skin was and she was super into it. A real i f**king love science type broad. This is your typical nasa t shirt wearing neil degrasse tyson groupie type. That reminds me I need to send him a mean tweet for talking s**t about UFOs the other day. Anyway, this chick was pale and glamorous mostly because she had tuberculosis. Anyway she was about to kick the bucket from the consumption and her last wish was to HAVE HER SKIN DONATED TO HER FAVORITE SCIENTIST PERSONALITY. To be turned into his next masterwork.I guess there wasn't a whole lot of paperwork or government oversight in 1882 france, because and this is a direct quote. “In accordance with her wishes, her skin was taken by the celebrated Paris physician Dr Ravaud, who delivered the roll of skin to Flammarion's residence himself. He told Flammarion he had flayed the ‘marvellously attractive young woman', whose name he was forbidden from revealing, just ‘a few minutes after she passed on'.” unquote. After that a copy of camille's latest space novel was bound in her skin and theres actually a picture of it in the book, it's quite elegant.When I eventually release a patreon or something so I can quit my job I'll have notebooks in my own skin available to my highest tier subscribers in the event of my death. Seems like a fair tradeoff. That kinda closes the book on notable cases of human skin books, actually there's a copy of the french constitution bound with the skin of a revolutionary, but after that we've covered the flesh, but that's only half of flesh and blood. That's right you guys are lucking out today, because I have a whole second half of this topic. Books written in (Toccata) Human Blood… This might be a little bit easier or harder to stomach for people based on how you feel about blood. On the one hand you've got the fact that people didn't necessarily die to use their blood in a book, although I guess you could say the same for skin in modern times with skin grafts and whatever but I didn't find any evidence of that, that's pure speculation. But on the other hand it's blood and that makes some people flip out. If you're not into the blood, you probably haven't listened this far but also now is your last warning for avoiding a whole lot of slicing, quills in fingers and really metal manuscripts. If you gotta shut off the show, remember I'll see you on thursday instead of tuesday because I really can't do tuesday anymore famalam. I'm not fooling anyone saying I'm gonna be working on weekends, so it ends up me being up till three am outlining, recording and editing on monday, spreading those out over a few weekdays will lead to a much healthier mental state and workflow for me. Worst case you can delay listening and play it tuesday morning. I've spoken with a few listeners and it doesn't seem like this will be an issue. I'm also gonna take this week to pull together the facebook page because I've got family and friends asking for it. Thursdays at seven it is! I love you all! If you can stomach the blood let's get to in the second part of the show, what good are books bound with flesh if they don't have blood running through their inky veins?  We're talking books written in human blood.Now depending on how you feel about blood the books written in blood are generally less brutal than the ones bound in flesh. Based simply on the fact that getting blood is a lot easier on a person than getting their skin. It's much less damaging to prick your own finger and write in blood than it is to have your back flayed. You're much more likely to survive the former.What you find in blood writing pretty often is monks, are monks? That's a weird grammar thing. We'll go with is, what you find is a lot of monks. Monks gonna do monk things, so a lot of times they would copy manuscripts in their own blood as a form of piety. They would slice their fingertips, make little cuts on their chest or ugh slice under the tongue. Didn't they do that on jackass? That seems really f**king painful, not skinned painful but definitely unpleasant. It seems like the lighter the blood appeared on the page the more pure of heart the writer was so that's a neat little metric to test yourself with. And test themselves they did, draining blood from their fingers just to get another page done, there's some great pictures of these you can find online that you can see where on the page the coagulants in the blood actually started to clot on the page and then trail off and become lighter until the next prick to get more blood ink. It's really f**king cool in my opinion, interestingly some of the text that is copied in these blood manuscripts describes a pious buddha ripping off his own skin for paper, using his own blood for ink and snapping a finger bone for a quill. Like bro chill! I'll drive you to staples!Aside from monk manuscripts, of which, theres a lot of them, there's a few more crazy examples I want to get through. One of the most interesting is Saddam's Hussein's blood Qur'an. This is absolutely the most notable recent addition to the flesh and blood books. In 1997, Saddam Hussein as a nice little sixtieth birthday present to himself, commissioned, from a renowned scribe, a copy of the Qur'an written in his own blood. I guess eveyone goes through their rawr XD goth phase at different times. He said quote “My life has been full of dangers in which I should have lost a lot of blood but since I have bled only a little, I asked somebody to write God's words with my blood in gratitude.” unquote In a letter to the media a few years later in 2000. Reportedly he was hooked up to exsanguinate around 27 liters of blood, not all at once, to be mixed in with ink, to write out the three hundred and thirty six thousand words in the Qur'an. So after a few years this was actually achieved, whether it's actually all his blood might be up for debate but they did produce a Qur'an written in his blood. Needless to say, Saddam's lucky to not be losing a lot of blood line really didn't age well. The quote “war on terror” clownfest started and we're gonna yadda yadda yadda all that and by 2006 Saddam was executed for his war crimes. Interestingly enough, I came across  in my research that in addition to all the f**ked up s**t he did as the dictator of Iraq, he still had time to write FOUR f**king novels? ROMANCE NOVELS? About a medieval Iraqi leader falling in forbidden love with a beautiful girl. Allegorical to represent the Iraqi people while he seduced her in spite of her husband, read as the USA. I guess his rawr XD phase was longer than we thought. The others were historical fiction, and one included a particularly ham fisted scene where the hero destroys two towers in the land of christians and jews. Not touching that one. I guess he's not exactly a role model, but it  really says something about making the time for your creative pursuits even if your'e erm… busy with your job and responsibilities. What's interesting from my admittedly limited understanding of the islamic faith, it's blasphemy to produce a Qur'an in this manner, and another blasphemy to destroy a Qur'an no matter how it was made so the state of saddam's blood Qur'an is in a weird catch 22 where it shouldn't exist but nobody wants to destroy it. As far as I can tell now it's scattered in a few vaults in Iraqi government buildings. Phew, really hope I didn't offend anybody there. Obligatory I love all my listeners. Now, MOVING ON. Marvel comics did a limited run KISS comic 1977 that they mixed in a vial of all the band member's blood into the ink in the printing factory at marvel. So that happened, a little bit more of a sensational marketing gimmick but it's verified and worth including. That one is kind of hilarious in it's own right without me editorializing, especially if you're familiar with the more idiotic ways KISS has merchandized. I'll put a link to the KISS KASKET in the show notes for the uninitiated. Lastly we've got one that isn't actually written in human blood per se, but the original copy of Fate of the Blenden Hall, was a diary written about the harrowing shipwreck ideal of the crew of the blenden hall, by its Captain Alexander Greig. The problem was that while a desk and paper washed up like it was a cartoon, there was no ink. He had to keep a record as his captain's duties so he needed to make do with the next best thing. His 82 day account of the survivors of the wreck, including illustrations, was done entirely in penguins blood. Damn, talk about unhappy feet. Shipwrecks though, now that's a great topic!That's what I got today guys, it's good to be back! Again sorry I skipped a week but I think changing up the release is the best thing to do, it was totally arbitrary to begin with and this will give me a couple more weekdays to get s**t done instead of just doing research on the weekend and trying to do all the rest on mondays. Thank you all so much for all your support, it means the world to me and I can't wait to keep the show going in perpetuity. For updates, show notes, memes, banter or anything else you might need, check out nightmarenow.com for links to the rest of the socials. You guys are the best, I'll see you on thursday! I'd say sweet dreams, but we all know it's only gonna be nightmares now! 

Parson's Pad Podcast
Prophecy Brief: Elements of eschatology: literal or allegorical

Parson's Pad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 46:41


Episode Notes:ScriptureRevelation 13, Daniel 2, 7, 9:24-27, Matthew 24:15, 2 Thessalonians 2 Calvary Chapel Franklin: http://calvarychapelfranklin.com/Email: pastorbrian@calvarychapelfranklin.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/ccfranklintnFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/CalvaryChapelFranklin/Telegram: https://t.me/+Q4w6ztLRQag6SI5ZParsons Pad Website: https://parsonspad.com/Calvary Chapel Franklin meets at: Sunday mornings: 1724 General George Patton Drive, Brentwood TN 37027 Wednesday evenings: 7113 Peach Court, Brentwood TN 37027If you need a Bible, please download the free Gideon's app for iPhone or Android: https://gideons.org/ If you would like to support this outreach, please consider donating via PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=QCC42G4JT8U76

THE BAER TRUTH: Bible study subjects and messages by Daniel Baer
TRUTH HIDDEN IN THE STORY OF RUTH 02: Allegorical Overview of the Main Characters

THE BAER TRUTH: Bible study subjects and messages by Daniel Baer

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 36:43


A detailed (verse by verse) study of the Book of Ruth, examining the historical story and cultural background as well as the deeper symbolic / typological interpretation of the pictures of Ruth as the Bride of Christ, Boaz as Christ, the meaning of the Kinsman Redeemer, the restoration of the church and of Israel, and much more. The book inspired by this study can be found on Amazon at:Ruth: Gleanings of the Message of Restoration and Redemption in the Book of Ruth: Baer, Daniel: 9781977701992: Amazon.com: Books

TonioTimeDaily
I permanently let the religious Jesus go! I permanently hold onto allegorical interpretations of Christlikeness from secular perspectives!

TonioTimeDaily

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 31:22


"The first three of these modes (literal, allegorical, and moral) were part of Christian tradition as expressed by Origen. St John Cassian (c. 360-435) added the fourth mode (anagogic) in 4th century.[4] His contemporary, St Augustine of Hippo (354-430) used the four fold interpretive method in his explanation of Christian doctrine, On Christian Doctrine. Due to the widespread popularity of "On Christian Doctrine" in the Middle Ages, the four fold method became the standard in Christian biblical exegesis of that period.[5] Literal interpretation: explanation of the meaning of events for historical purposes from a neutral perspective by trying to understand the text in the culture and time it was written, and location and language it was composed in. That is, since the 19th century, usually ascertained using the higher critical methods like source criticism and form criticism. In many modern seminaries and universities, the literal meaning is usually focused on to a nearly complete abandonment of the spiritual methods, as is very obvious when comparing commentary from a Douay Rheims or Confraternity or Knox Bible with a New Jerusalem, NRSV or NABRE.[6] Typological (or allegorical) interpretation: connecting the events of the Old Testament with the New Testament, particularly drawing allegorical connections between the events of Christ's life with the stories of the Old Testament. Also, a passage speaks directly to someone such as when Francis of Assisi heard the passage to sell all he had. It can also typologically point to the Blessed Virgin Mary, who is the ark which held the Word of God; Judith, who slew a tyrant is a Marian type; the burning bush, which contains the fire of God but was not consumed, as Mary held the Second Person of the Trinity in her womb but was not burnt up.[7] Tropological (or moral) interpretation: "the moral of the story," or how one should act now. Many of Jesus' parables and the Book of Proverbs and other wisdom books are packed with tropological meaning[8] Anagogic interpretation: dealing with the future events of Christian history (eschatology) as well as heaven, purgatory, hell, the last judgement, the General Resurrection and second Advent of Christ, etc. (prophecies).[9]" -Wikipedia "The Universe is my secular church. Secular church means all positive environments and all positive people. Secular church for me also means non-stop personal growth, non-stop healthy learning, and non-stop compassionate love. I am secular church to myself and others! I am unchurched in the religious sense and I am proud of it! I interpret all aspects of all religions allegorically including the languages" -Antonio Myers --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support

Dr. Kay Fairchild
#147 Mind Brain Connection The Allegorical Reality Of the Sea of Glass-059

Dr. Kay Fairchild

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 55:30


#147 Mind Brain Connection The Allegorical Reality Of the Sea of Glass-059 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-kay-fairchild/support

Dr. Kay Fairchild
#145 Mind Brain Connections Allegorical Reality of The Open Door in Revelation 4 -057

Dr. Kay Fairchild

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 59:21


Allegorical Reality of The Open Door in Revelation 4 -057 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-kay-fairchild/support

Raised By Giants
Sex Gate: The Symbolic and Allegorical Nature Of The Bible

Raised By Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 40:41


Donate to Raised By Giants on PayPal here:https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/raisedbygiants?country.x=US&locale.x=en_USDonate on BuyMeACoffee here:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/raisedbygiQGrab your Silver maker and use promo code RBG10 for 10% off here: http://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?B=904491&U=2849054&M=53676Silver Excelsior here:http://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?B=964929&U=2849054&M=53676Superior CBD Oil promo code RBG10 for 10% off: http://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?B=1004207&U=2849054&M=53676

Dr. Kay Fairchild
#144 Allegorical Reality Of Light As Us -056

Dr. Kay Fairchild

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2022 54:40


In The Mind Brain Connection Series #144 the Allegorical Reality Of Light As Us --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-kay-fairchild/support

Dr. Kay Fairchild
#142 The Allegorical Reality of Many Called, Few Chosen -054

Dr. Kay Fairchild

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 55:12


The Mind Brain Connection #142, podcast-054 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dr-kay-fairchild/support

Parsha Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe
The Book of Esther on an Allegorical Level (Rebroadcast)

Parsha Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 97:51


On Purim we read the Book of Esther, which tells the story of the Purim miracle. The Persian king Achashverosh conspires with his Amalekite viceroy Haman to eradicate the entire Jewish nation, but God refused to allow their plans to unfold. Queen Esther, together with her relative Mordechai, spearhead the effort to turn the plan on […]

All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts
The Book of Esther on an Allegorical Level (Rebroadcast)

All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 97:51


On Purim we read the Book of Esther, which tells the story of the Purim miracle. The Persian king Achashverosh conspires with his Amalekite viceroy Haman to eradicate the entire Jewish nation, but God refused to allow their plans to unfold. Queen Esther, together with her relative Mordechai, spearhead the effort to turn the plan on […]

This Jewish Life - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe
The Book of Esther on an Allegorical Level (Rebroadcast)

This Jewish Life - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 97:51


On Purim we read the Book of Esther, which tells the story of the Purim miracle. The Persian king Achashverosh conspires with his Amalekite viceroy Haman to eradicate the entire Jewish nation, but God refused to allow their plans to unfold. Queen Esther, together with her relative Mordechai, spearhead the effort to turn the plan on […]

Let's Talk About Myths, Baby! A Greek & Roman Mythology Podcast
CLI: Deconstructing Atlantis: What Makes a Myth? Plato's Allegorical Atlantis (Part 2)

Let's Talk About Myths, Baby! A Greek & Roman Mythology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 42:07


We've heard the original source for Atlantis, but why is it that Plato's Timaeus and Critias can't be termed "myths"? If it isn't a myth, how do we know that there isn't some history behind it? This episode details what we do know about Plato's Atlantis and what that proves.CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, and typically involves gods and/or monsters, I'm not as deferential as I would be were I referencing the real thing.Sources/Further Reading: Plato's Timaeus and Critias, quotes translated by Benjamin Jowett; A Brief History of Atlantis: Plato's Ideal State by Stephen P. Kershaw (includes alternate translation of Plato); PDF: Truth, Lies, and History in Plato's Timaeus and Critias by Thomas K Johansen, 1998. Attributions and licensing information for music used in the podcast can be found here: mythsbaby.com/sources-attributions. Special podcast artwork by Sara Richard. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Writ Wit: A Podcast About Writing and the Creative Process

In this episode, the two Matts celebrate the new year in a way fitting for the last couple of years, quote one too many Mel Brooks movies, compare the science of big red dogs versus blown-up babies, and talk about writing monsters that are allegories of real concepts, events, and people in the last of our set about allegories. Why are monsters so versatile in regards to allegories? How can you keep them from being too on-the-nose? Why would you want this versus just having smashy-laser-breath monsters with no reason beyond it being cool? Will the listeners miss Matt David next set as he finally abandons the Witties for good? We discuss it all, while unleashing the monster that is this podcast to the world, and talk about Godzilla, King Kong, Pacific Rim, and Frankenstein. Have any feedback or questions for our hosts? Email us at mattd@matthewdonaldcreator.com. If you want to further support the show, subscribe to our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/matthewdonald. Also you can purchase Matt Donald's book "Megazoic" on Amazon by clicking here, its sequel "Megazoic: The Primeval Power" by clicking here, its third installment "Megazoic: The Hunted Ones" by clicking here, or its final installment "Megazoic: An Era's End" by clicking here. If you'd like, of course.

The Writ Wit: A Podcast About Writing and the Creative Process

In this episode, the two Matts have a conversation with 14-year-old edgelord Stuart about book deals, laugh about books having their movie adaptation's posters for covers when the movie has nothing to do with the book, speculate about the etymology of the word "Na'Vi," and talk about writing factions or groups of people that are allegories of real peoples in the next of our set about allegories. What are the benefits of having your factions be an allegory for something more well-known? How can you keep it from being too on-the-nose? Why would you want to do this versus having unique factions? How embarrassed should Matt Donald be about a faction from an earlier version of one of his stories that's a bit too stereotypical? We discuss it all, while being a perfect metaphor for the podcasting youth by being podcasting thirtysomethings, and talk about Avatar, Star Wars, and Rick and Morty for some reason. Have any feedback or questions for our hosts? Email us at mattd@matthewdonaldcreator.com. If you want to further support the show, subscribe to our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/matthewdonald. Also you can purchase Matt Donald's book "Megazoic" on Amazon by clicking here, its sequel "Megazoic: The Primeval Power" by clicking here, its third installment "Megazoic: The Hunted Ones" by clicking here, or its final installment "Megazoic: An Era's End" by clicking here. If you'd like, of course.

The Writ Wit: A Podcast About Writing and the Creative Process
Episode 153 - Allegorical Plots and Events

The Writ Wit: A Podcast About Writing and the Creative Process

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 42:06


In this episode, the two Matts release the episode early for once to both coincide with the holiday and begin the transition of releasing these episodes on Saturdays rather than Wednesdays, perform another writing-themed Christmas song parody no one but us likes but is tradition at this point, deal with all three De Papier brothers at once, and talk about writing plots and events that are allegories of real or legendary events in the next of our set about allegories. What are the benefits of having your plots be an allegory for something more well-known? How can you keep it from being too on-the-nose? Why would you want to do this versus having unique plots? Why does Matt David dislike allegories so much and prefer surface-level stuff if he's a freaking writer? We discuss it all, while enacting a perfect metaphor of German expressionism like the professional auteur writers we are, and talk about Zootopia, X-Men, and The Core for some reason. Have any feedback or questions for our hosts? Email us at mattd@matthewdonaldcreator.com. If you want to further support the show, subscribe to our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/matthewdonald. Also you can purchase Matt Donald's book "Megazoic" on Amazon by clicking here, its sequel "Megazoic: The Primeval Power" by clicking here, its third installment "Megazoic: The Hunted Ones" by clicking here, or its final installment "Megazoic: An Era's End" by clicking here. If you'd like, of course.