Fictional story typically featuring folkloric fantasy characters and magic
In this episode of the Westside Fairytales horror and dark fiction podcast's Horror and Lit Club, I talk extensively about my experience on a jury for a double-homicide and assault case in Louisville. This is not a normal HLC episode, so if you're looking for the regular reviews and discussions, you'll have to wait for the next one! TW: This episode contains descriptions of a violent crime. Listener discretion is advised.The Horror and Lit Club episodes are discussions and reviews that are separate from the regular fiction episodes. Thanks for listening! Subscribe and review us on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts.Support us on Patreon: https://bit.ly/34jUJsGYou can also support us by purchasing some merch: https://bit.ly/33bjPtuFollow us on Twitter: https://bit.ly/2WxCs8yFollow us on Facebook: https://bit.ly/36svFkYFollow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2JIhZIVJoin the Westside Fairytales Horror and Lit Club: https://bit.ly/2WAjT3N
You know the vibes babe!! Tap in and tune into today's energy. In this episode you'll hear me talk about: what love bombing looks like and how to spot it my experience being on both ends of love bombing my hot take on the 'all couples fight' narrative realistic VS unrealistic expectations in a partner finding purpose outside of relationships recognizing how little this shit is like the movies (and how that actually serves us) ✨ Hi fam! Thank you for streaming the Wishing You Wellness podcast. If you enjoyed the show, be sure to leave us a review/rating so this message can reach even more hearts & souls. If something resonated from this episode, feel free to reach out on Instagram @wishyouwell.podcast or shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if that feels more aligned for you! To check out more about the podcast + for access to my free workshops, mentorship program, future retreats, & more….head to my new website: ✨ xoxoallisoncoaching.com ✨
History has not remembered some fabulous women writers - even the woman who gave us the term 'fairy tale' to start with! Meet Madame D'Aulnoy and hear about her wonderful fairy tales and why author Claire O'Brien is retelling them now. Claire and Julia Golding broaden the conversation to discuss the power of fairy tales, how they have been selected and retold. Rediscovery of old ones without the familiar tropes is a wonderful place for a fantasy writer to go for inspiration. Do you have a favourite retelling - or a least favourite - on film or TV? See if you agree with Julia and Claire. Oh yes, and what exactly has Bridgerton got to do with it all...? Visit https://oxfordcentreforfantasy.org/mythmakers
When Deborah Koch first picked up a camera, she didn't know she was starting a brand new career. She just wanted to document her family life with her husband and her two sweet kids. But, once she started diving into her photography education and discovering the creative possibilities of fine art photography, she fell in love with the medium.Today, she brings that joy and passion for creating timeless, gorgeous images to the clients she photographs through a thoughtful, collaborative process with her families. She's kind enough to share the wisdom she's gathered from her career of crafting beautiful images while never undervaluing her own fine art photography with us.In this episode, Deborah shares how she balances her creative with her client work, practical advice on setting up a workflow that puts her families at ease, how she streamlined her culling and editing process to create magical images without getting overwhelmed, and why it's so important to never lose sight of the value photographers bring to the world with the beautiful imagery we create.What's in this episode:[03:56] How Deb got started in photography and her journey to studying it more intensely[07:32] How Deb plans out her creative projects seasonally, instead of trying to force those projects during busy seasons[15:41] The workflow Deb has developed to help her families relax and to make sure she gets every shot without overshooting[22:42] How developing her confidence and restructuring her business allowed Deb to be able to create higher quality fine art photos without overdelivering[25:11] Why communicating and collaborating with her clients on styling and location play such a huge part in the works of art Deb creates for her clients[36:34] Why learning to value yourself and your art is key to finding an equilibrium within your work and personal lifeIf you've always wanted to dive into the magical world of fine art photography but felt overwhelmed by the intensity of the process, tune in to this episode with Deborah Koch.For full show notes, resources, links and to download the transcript, visit our website: https://themilkyway.ca/fine-art-photography-capturing-timeless-images-with-deborah-koch/Reserve your spot for the 2023 Online Newborn Retreat: https://themilkyway.ca/2023-newborn-retreat/
On this edition of our interview series we have the pleasure of interviewing Emmy Award-winning Writer Brooks Wachtel! We chat about Mojovisions, Magic Castles, Fairy Tales, Phoenix's and much more! Brooks also enlightens us on the inner workings of the animation and TV industry! Don't miss this exciting discussion and also be sure to check out the novel Lady Sherlock: Circle of the Smiling Dead written by Brooks Wachtel.A PROUD MEMBER OF THE UNITED FEDERATION OF PODCASTS, A NETWORK FOUNDED BY:Dave Mader (Earth), Davan Skelhorn (Andor), Jaemeel Robinson (Tellar), Chris Murphy (Vulcan)Support the show
Ever wanted to know the true stories behind your favorite childhood stories? Spoiler alert, they are not great.STS (Shootin' The Shit Show): Begins at the 32 minute mark-Updates, Tori lost her job, Lindsey got a job, Adnan Sayed Released Subscribe to our mailing list for updates and announcementsWhere to listen, how to connect with us, links to our socials and MORE: https://linktr.ee/threesacrimeFor photos related to this episode check out our instagram: instagram.com/threesacrimepodcastLike the show? Support us on Patreon! bit.ly/3tnuOOpBuy us a coffee! bit.ly/3fKH4CyMusic by: BLVCK CEILING: bit.ly/3BR8kbHHave a spooky story to tell? Email us and we might feature your story in a Listener Lore episode! email@example.comAffiliate Codes:BarkBox: barkbox.snlv.net/3ACSuperChewer: superchewer.snlv.net/3ACBuzzsprout: buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1903473Murder Apparel: Use code WEIRDLING at checkout for 20% off your order!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, we may receive a commission at no additional cost to you.We love our Weirdlings!! Thank you for supporting us ya bunch of freaks.-Emily, Lindsey and Tori We love our Weirdlings!! Thank you for supporting us ya bunch of freaks.-Emily, Lindsey and ToriSupport us on Patreon HERE!To connect with us, where to listen and more: linktr.ee/threesacrime
After sharing his thoughts about Election Day and Merrick Garland, Greg Olear talks to Vince Scafaria, the CEO of DotAlign and an evangelist for pro-social capitalism, about neoliberal economics, Republican financial myths, Social Security, the future of decentralized internet, surveillance capitalism, Russia, China, goldbugs, and more. Plus: a new low-cost service for political candidates. Follow Vince: https://twitter.com/scafaria His essay: https://prosocialcapitalism.com/author/scafaria/ Positive Sum Networks: https://www.positivesum.net/ Everything else: https://scafaria.com/guest-on-prevail-with-greg-olear-c722d8a715e7 Sponsored by BetterHelp. Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/greg Subscribe to the PREVAIL newsletter: https://gregolear.substack.com/about Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Have you ever wondered how the big bad wolf managed to wear grandma's clothing and trick Little Red Riding Hood? Or which species of bean plant could actually grow tall enough to reach giants in the sky? (And while we're at it, why are there giants in the sky anyway?) This week, Katy and Laura take a look at the scientific accuracy of fairy tales—what they got right, what they most definitely didn't, and what these stories would sound like if the authors couldn't take creative liberties. Support the show
In today's lighthearted story, we explore foolishness as a messenger of truth. Lisa tells of a beloved thirteenth century character whose tales force us to examine our own beliefs and behaviors. We're encouraged to look closely to discover where true value lies.
It never gets old: girl is under-appreciated, girl get passed over for all the fun, girl's fairy godmother appears and turns a pumpkin, some field mice and an apron into the most beautiful get up for the ball. Girl gets the love of her life.Support the show
In this Norwegian fairy tale, the queen makes a mistake.That's not the whole story. There's also a dragon. And an opportunity to reflect on our fallibility, the tendency to blame, our story inheritance, and the empathy we might develop through imaginative engagement with what angers and disturbs us.I hope you enjoyed the story.Support the show
In this second episode of “Bad Boyfriend” Month, the Now What Pod sits down to chat with Bre about her past relationship with a narcissist. She walks us through their courtship and engagement, to finding out he'd actually been defrauding her. Topics Discussed: Love Bombing Discovering she'd been defrauded Breaking up Getting back together Lies and Manipulation Rebuilding her finances Picking herself back up Resources: Love Bombing https://www.healthline.com/health/love-bombing Financial Abuse https://www.verywellmind.com/financial-abuse-4155224 About Brea: Bre(She/Her) is an empathic professional counselor who strives to create a comforting and safe space to grow. Bre received her Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in Ohio and has since worked in a variety of settings helping people overcome anxiety, depression, trauma. She specializes in adolescent issues and parenting, LGBTQ and sexuality, and emotional regulation. When not working you can find Bre enjoying the outdoors, specifically in or near water kayaking, waterskiing, and swimming. She also enjoys reading, gardening, and spending time with friends, family, and her dog. Support The Now What Pod's drive to upgrade our audio equipment Buy Us a Coffee Patreon - and access special episodes and content Merch Want to be a guest on The Now What Pod? You can reach us at Email: firstname.lastname@example.org IG/FB/TikTok: @thenowwhatpod
Please be aware the stories, theories, re-enactments and language in this podcast are of an adult nature and can be considered disturbing, frightening and in some cases even offensive. Listener Discretion is therefore advised. Welcome heathens welcome to the world of the weird and unexplained. I'm your host, Nicole Delacroix and together, we will be investigating stories about the things that go bump in the night, frighteningly imagined creatures, supernatural beings and even some unsolved mysteries and all sorts of weirdness. So, sit back, grab your favorite drink, and prepare to be transported to today's dark Enigma.... And on today's Dark enigma well, today's episode is a little off the beaten path, but I'll get back to listener suggestions soon enough, but I hope you like this one, this is one of my own crazy thoughts! So, with that said, we will still be playing our drinking game and as you know, the drinking game is only for those of us that are at home and have nowhere else to go tonight. The choice of libation, as always my darlings, is yours, so choose your poison accordingly… Alright, now for the game part how about every time I say chidren that will be a single shot and every time I say story, that will be a double shot. Now that the business end is out of the way we can jump headfirst into today's dark enigma… so grab your blankie and cuddle in tight as we dive into today's installment of Creepy Fairy Tales and What The Hell Are We Teaching Our Kids? So like I said, today's episode is a little off the beaten path. I was having a conversation over the weekend and found myself in a philosophical quagmire – philosophical? Existential? Meh what do I know, I had questions and it brought me here. I started thinking about how we look at things. Like for example, my friend I was talking too said the first person to eat Blowfish was the bravest. I disagreed with that wholeheartedly, so he challenged me. He stated the person wouldn't have any idea what it tasted like, and it's poisonous unless prepared correctly and no one would have known that, therefore bravest.
Not Your Mother's Goose returns to Sesame Street, as we find a random episode online and live tweet it (only to have it turn out to be the show with the big Snuffy reveal!) Also:* Just in time for Thanksgiving, we'll visit Alice's Restaurant in Wonderland.* In the news: We're off to see the Wizard, but slowly, due to construction on the Yellow Brick Road. Plus Rumpelstiltskin fills in with Penn and Teller.* Sponsor: The iStone by Hansel - mobile technology to help avoid getting ditched in the woods by your parents.
Fairy Tales vs. Mental Health ~ My son gets hysterically upset by fairy tales. Listen to caller's personal dramas four times each week as Dr. Kenner takes your calls and questions on parenting, romance, love, family, marriage, divorce, hobbies, career, mental health - any personal issue! Call anytime, toll free 877-Dr-Kenner. Visit www.drkenner.com for more information about the show.
Season 6 – Gap Year: Central Europe Episode 2 Remember those classic fairytales? Cobblestone streets. Medieval buildings. Moats and canals. Bells ringing from the town's watch tower. All of these things still exist in Bruges, Belgium. Come with Jamin and Hilarie to Burg Square, The Belfry clocktower, the Farmers Market, and the Basilica of the Holy Blood. Hear their thoughts on Belgium's best chocolates and waffles, and how the mood changed when they made an impromptu visit to a torture museum. Plus, find out what they learned during their free walking tour with Adventours. You can subscribe to Travel FOMO in two different ways: (1) See their adventures on YouTube and (2) follow audibly from wherever you listen to podcasts. Why? Because they're traveling to 18 different countries in the coming year, and you won't want to miss it. This episode is available wherever you listen to podcasts. To see the Bruges fairytale for yourself, watch their video from their gap year adventures: https://youtu.be/6nEO0u6EyDk Travel FOMO is hosted by a husband and wife duo, Jamin and Hilarie Houghton. Learn more about them at www.travelfomopodcast.com. Follow us on social media: Instagram: www.instagram.com/travelfomopodcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/travelfomopodcast TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@travelfomopodcast
Corey Hogan and Stephen Carter talk about Chrystia Freeland's household budget advice, the upcoming US midterm elections and Elon Musk's first ten days as "Chief Twit". Why don't people want to hear cost-saving advice from our finance minister? What does the Democrat's love of Abrams and O'Rourke reveal about modern politics? And has anyone ever spent more money to be more miserable than Elon Musk? Zain Velji, as always, picks the questions and keeps everybody in line. Get Thursday episodes and bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Tonight we'll read another Australian fairy tale called “The Fairy City” written by Hume Cook and published in 1925. You can certainly pick up straight away on this episode, however if you'd like to listen to the first chapter of “Australian Fairy Tales” please find “The Magic Well” which aired on October 19th, 2022. James Newton Haxton Hume Cook, the author, was an Australian politician who served in Parliament for almost a decade. This story features aspects of urban planning and civil engineering- a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including public works such as roads, bridges, canals, dams, airports and more. It is considered the second-oldest engineering discipline after military engineering, and it is defined to distinguish non-military engineering from military engineering. — read by V — Support us: Listen ad-free on Patreon Get Snoozecast merch like cozy sweatshirts and accessories Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sleep peacefully tonight with “The Story of Cinderella” and hear the timeless Grimm's fairy tale story of a young kind-hearted girl who suffers various hardships only to marry the prince of the kingdom. We hope this story helps you ease towards a night of restful and relaxing sleep.
S3E24 | Once upon a time when we were young we loved to get lost exploring the forests and castles of bedtime stories. Today we're diving into the whimsical world of Fairy Tales and Nursery Rhymes. Thank you for listening, StewHeads! Follow Remnant Stew, discuss the episodes and answer the Trivia Challenge on our social media FaceBook and InstagramIf you like listening you can do us a huge favor by giving us a review on Apple PodcastsEpisode researched, written, and hosted by Leah Lamp and Dr. Steven Meeker with copious amounts of support and help by Judy Meeker. Audio produced by Philip Sinquefield, music is by Kevin MacLeod with voiceover by Morgan HughesPlease remember…BE KIND, STAY CURIOUS!
Season 3: Myths & LegendsSeries: Northern SagasHow Thor Went to JotunheimThe Junior Classics is a rescue operation to preserve the wisdom in the Classics before it is lost forever. Our goal is to inspire children with a love of good reading and a real and lasting interest in Western history, literature, and scholarship. My hope is to empower you, the parents, with a resource you can trust to enrich your child's mind and spirit. We don't want these stories lost so our children don't have to learn these lessons on their own.The most important thing you can do for us is to spread the message and tell others about these stories and what we are doing. Subscribe and give us a rating, five stars if you think it is worth it.If you want to donate we would love that as well - my promise is that 100% of donations will go to building the impact and quality of the Junior Classics.Send Sir Bradley a letter: P.O. Box 1153 Crown Point, IN 46308 and receive some awesome Junior Classic bookmarks in return.http://www.juniorclassicspodcast.comIf you have feedback and thoughts on how we can do things better please send an email to email@example.com.Sir Bradley HasseBe brave, be loyal, and speak the TruthBecome a Patron and support a show for the good of your kids!Music: Thank you to Fantasy & World Music by the Fiechters for providing us the rights to use their excellent music. Support the showSupport the show
The Heroes, or Greek Fairy Tales for my Children by Charles Kingsley audiobook. The Heroes, or Greek Fairy Tales for my Children by Charles Kingsley is a collection of three Greek mythology stories: Perseus, The Argonauts, and Theseus. The author had a great fondness for Greek fairy tales and believed the adventures of the characters would inspire children to achieve higher goals with integrity.
We are traipsing through the land of Kyria this week on our unnecessarily teeny tiny feet as we revisit Gail Carson Levine's Newbery Honor book Ella Enchanted. Poor Ella of Frell has been cursed with the "gift" of obedience in this reimagining of the Cinderella story. We try to decipher the moral of the story, debate the rules and regulations of "small magic," and rue that Ella is really lacking in wokeness. Teresa laments the Shrekification of Ella Enchanted in the movie adaptation of the book, and we explore the not-like-other-girls trope, which leads to a startling not-like-other-girls declaration from Marisa. These Books Made Me is a podcast about the literary heroines who shaped us and is a product of the Prince George's County Memorial Library System podcast network. Stay in touch with us via Twitter @PGCMLS with #TheseBooksMadeMe or by email at TheseBooksMadeMe@pgcmls.info. For recommended readalikes and deep dives into topics related to each episode, visit out blog at https://pgcmls.medium.com/.We mentioned a lot of topics in this episode. Here's a brief list of some of them if you want to do your own further research: Gail Carson Levine talks to Cynthia Leitich Smith: https://cynthialeitichsmith.com/lit-resources/read/authors/interviews/gailcarsonlevine/Issues in adaptation: https://screenrant.com/ella-enchanted-film-book-comparison/Fairytale retellings: https://bookriot.com/fairytale-retellings/
You probably already know the story of Snow White—as well as Little Red Riding Hood, Briar Rose, The Frog Prince, and so many others. These tales have a rich history of oral storytelling. They've travelled through culture, adapted and readapted in each retelling and reaching as far as the popular Disney movies that our kids watch over and over. Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm saw the power of this folklore and made it their life's mission to compile and preserve it. But while we tend to think of Grimms' Fairy Tales as stories for children, the themes found in Jacob and Wilhelm's book can be pretty mature…and a little dark. Columbia professor Annie Pfeifer discusses how the Grimm brothers ended up creating a whole new literary genre and their stories have been shaped and molded throughout history. Annie Pfeifer is an Assistant Professor of Germanic Languages at Columbia University. She has published articles in The New German Critique, German Life and Letters, and the peer-reviewed volumes Que(e)rying Consent and Iran and the West and edited a collection of essays titled “Walk I absolutely Must” in 2019. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Follow us on Twitter @WritLargePod. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/folkore
You probably already know the story of Snow White—as well as Little Red Riding Hood, Briar Rose, The Frog Prince, and so many others. These tales have a rich history of oral storytelling. They've travelled through culture, adapted and readapted in each retelling and reaching as far as the popular Disney movies that our kids watch over and over. Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm saw the power of this folklore and made it their life's mission to compile and preserve it. But while we tend to think of Grimms' Fairy Tales as stories for children, the themes found in Jacob and Wilhelm's book can be pretty mature…and a little dark. Columbia professor Annie Pfeifer discusses how the Grimm brothers ended up creating a whole new literary genre and their stories have been shaped and molded throughout history. Annie Pfeifer is an Assistant Professor of Germanic Languages at Columbia University. She has published articles in The New German Critique, German Life and Letters, and the peer-reviewed volumes Que(e)rying Consent and Iran and the West and edited a collection of essays titled “Walk I absolutely Must” in 2019. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Follow us on Twitter @WritLargePod. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies
#Adrian #knowledge #LudwigGartzThis soundbite is from Episode 259. Author Ludwig Gartz offers a deeper look into his work on the meaning behind some of the Fairytales. He explains 2 from his book of more than 30. Rumpelstiltskin and Hansel and Gretel.You can listen to the full fascinating discussion here:https://www.bitchute.com/video/8qzn2oF6y2rc/Podcast: https://fortheloveoftruth.co.uk/podcast/ or https://fortheloveoftruth.buzzsprout.com/Make sure to sign up for my newsletter so you never miss any new content and offers: https://fortheloveoftruth.co.uk/newsletter-signup/My book:I have written a book on health and well-being. Nothing mainstream in here, just things I've observed and worked out that have helped me and others who have used the ideas.You can read more about it here:http://alternativeprinciplesforhealth.info/Are you nutritionally deficient?If you want to buy Clive de Carle's Natural Health Essentials and join The Secret Health Club which gives you access to very rich detailed (and censored) content please use this affiliate link:https://clivedecarle.ositracker.com/239640/11489Bioresonance therapyWe are immersed in invisible frequencies, many of which are damaging to our bodies.To learn more about bioresonance:https://alternativeprinciplesforhealth.info/ep-255-bio-resonance-therapy/To learn more about the Bio-Medis Trinity device you can visit their website. This is an affiliate link:https://biomedis.global/ref/adrian/—Drinking distilled water is one of the best things you can do for your health. To buy a distiller via our affiliate link:https://www.makewaterpure.co.uk/?cmid=THVmWlZFWFJYRVk9&afid=YVJqdUJQMWI2Tms9&ats=YXErRWFBS3hCd1E9—Support the show
You probably already know the story of Snow White—as well as Little Red Riding Hood, Briar Rose, The Frog Prince, and so many others. These tales have a rich history of oral storytelling. They've travelled through culture, adapted and readapted in each retelling and reaching as far as the popular Disney movies that our kids watch over and over. Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm saw the power of this folklore and made it their life's mission to compile and preserve it. But while we tend to think of Grimms' Fairy Tales as stories for children, the themes found in Jacob and Wilhelm's book can be pretty mature…and a little dark. Columbia professor Annie Pfeifer discusses how the Grimm brothers ended up creating a whole new literary genre and their stories have been shaped and molded throughout history. Annie Pfeifer is an Assistant Professor of Germanic Languages at Columbia University. She has published articles in The New German Critique, German Life and Letters, and the peer-reviewed volumes Que(e)rying Consent and Iran and the West and edited a collection of essays titled “Walk I absolutely Must” in 2019. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Follow us on Twitter @WritLargePod. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/german-studies
You probably already know the story of Snow White—as well as Little Red Riding Hood, Briar Rose, The Frog Prince, and so many others. These tales have a rich history of oral storytelling. They've travelled through culture, adapted and readapted in each retelling and reaching as far as the popular Disney movies that our kids watch over and over. Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm saw the power of this folklore and made it their life's mission to compile and preserve it. But while we tend to think of Grimms' Fairy Tales as stories for children, the themes found in Jacob and Wilhelm's book can be pretty mature…and a little dark. Columbia professor Annie Pfeifer discusses how the Grimm brothers ended up creating a whole new literary genre and their stories have been shaped and molded throughout history. Annie Pfeifer is an Assistant Professor of Germanic Languages at Columbia University. She has published articles in The New German Critique, German Life and Letters, and the peer-reviewed volumes Que(e)rying Consent and Iran and the West and edited a collection of essays titled “Walk I absolutely Must” in 2019. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Follow us on Twitter @WritLargePod. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Happy Halloween! It's officially the spookiest day of the year, and in celebration, we're providing the second part of "Disturbing Fairy Tales from The Brothers Grimm!" Whether you believe Halloween to be an evil holiday or not, the fact that it's celebrated indicates how similar it is, at its core, to other popular holidays. Every holiday relies upon society's ability to tell and fascination with what we believe to be relevant and entertaining stories. The power that a stories hold on our minds is, in many ways, fascinating and terrifying. In part one of this two-part series, we discussed the fairy tales of Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, and Pinocchio. In this episode, the Wolf, Baewolf, and The Sloth discuss the fascinatingly disturbing fairy tales of The Little Mermaid, Beauty and The Beast, and Hansel and Gretel. Listener discretion is advised! If you're in the mood for some spooks, make sure to tune in to episode 71 of the Wolf and Bull! Tune in every week for new episodes! If you'd like to support our podcast directly, you can do so here. Any support directly into the creation of future episodes and content. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wolf-and-the-bull-podcast/support
FAIRY TALES aren't all Mother Goose and Snow White. There is a dark side to those stories that can be traced back to the entities in the unseen realm. Dr. Judd Burton joins us for our annual Halloween episode together, and he explains that the fantastic stories of witches, giants, and trolls that we heard as children can be traced back to the rebellion of the fallen spirits. Register for Judd's classes on “monsterology” at The Institute of Biblical Anthropology: www.tioba.org. Listen to our past Halloween shows with Judd Burton here: • Vampires, Werewolves, and the Nephilim (2010)• Flesh and Blood (2014)• Halloween and the Van Helsing Way (2015)• Halloween, Vampires, and Blood (2016)• Paneas, the Watchers, and the Ghosts of Giants (2017)• Terrors and Tropes (2018)• From Watchers to Witches (2019)• Gobekli Tepe and the Watchers (2020)• Supernatural Contraband (2021) Subscribe and share our YouTube channel at www.YouTube.com/GilbertHouse! Get all of our video and audio content on our new mobile app: www.gilberthouse.org/app/!——My new book, The Second Coming of Saturn, is available in paperback and Kindle! Check out free chapters of the book by clicking here (https://www.derekpgilbert.com/category/second-coming-of-saturn/).——Read my novels for free! Iron Dragons and The God Conspiracy are part of Amazon's Kindle Unlimited program, and they're linked at my author page: Amazon.com/author/derekpgilbert.——Please join Derek and Sharon Gilbert each Sunday for the Gilbert House Fellowship, our weekly Bible study podcast. Log on to www.GilbertHouse.org for more details. Get all of our podcasts — VFTB, P.I.D. Radio, and the Gilbert House Fellowship — at Spreaker: www.spreaker.com/user/gilberthouse. That's more than 1,400 hours of free archived audio going back to 2005! Check out our weekly video programs: SciFriday (www.scifriday.tv) and Unraveling Revelation (www.unravelingrevelation.tv), and subscribe to the YouTube channels: YouTube.com/UnravelingRevelation and YouTube.com/SciFridayTV.——Please visit our online store for special offers on our books and DVDs: www.gilberthouse.org/store.——Discuss these topics at the VFTB Facebook page (www.facebook.com/viewfromthebunker) and check out the great podcasters at the Fringe Radio Network (www.spreaker.com/user/mxpw)!
FAIRY TALES aren't all Mother Goose and Snow White. There is a dark side to those stories that can be traced back to the entities in the unseen realm.Dr. Judd Burton joins us for our annual Halloween episode together, and he explains that the fantastic stories of witches, giants, and trolls that we heard as children can be traced back to the rebellion of the fallen spirits.
Dutch & Tena review the Netflix film "The School for Good & Evil. The School for Good and Evil is a 2022 fantasy film based on the novel of the same name by Soman Chainani.Essentially, the movie is about satan and masonic duality Twin brothers Rhian and Rafal could represent satan as an angel of light and satan in his true evil form The story of the brothers can also be viewed as a perverse version of Yah & satan; where satan saw himself as equal to Yah and wanted to take over and be in charge.https://www.therealistthevisionary.com/
Happy Halloween! This is Robert Louis Stevenson's 'The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in it's entirety, originally published in 1886! Fadó Official Discord Server: https://discord.gg/tm4XaP3uW5Fadó Podcast - fadopocast.comPizza Rice Podcasting Collaborative - pizzaricepodcast.comSupport the show
Thank you for joining us on E53 Halloween Episode. Hear about the odd origins of a few classic Fairytales and Nursery Rhymes. And thanks to Doc Esing for permission to read out his children's story Dubois Jack the Pumpkin KingFollow us on social media for updates and pics to go along with each episode. You can contact the show at firstname.lastname@example.org. Consider being a supporter and check out our Patreon page, for bonus content https://patreon.com/theloreofthesouth?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=creatorshare_creatorOf you can swing the Patreon please leave us a five star review and a few kind words and I'll be sure to read it out on the podcastCitationsCampbell, A. J. (2019, February 15). Legend: You'll see a ghost if you stand on this bridge at night. 11Alive.com. Retrieved October 28, 2022, from https://www.11alive.com/article/news/ghost-hunting-on-helen-georgias-haunted-bridge/85-5adbae43-5cb8-488a-a183-eff219c8454c Kiger, P. J. (2015, January 15). 10 fairy tales that are way darker than you realized as a kid. HowStuffWorks. Retrieved October 28, 2022, from https://people.howstuffworks.com/10-dark-fairy-tales.htm Lang, K. (2021, May 5). The true story behind beauty and the beast. HistoryvsHollywood.com. Retrieved October 28, 2022, from https://www.historyvshollywood.com/reelfaces/beauty-and-the-beast/ Lukošius, S. (2022, October 22). 30 random creepy facts to deprive somebody of sleep. Bored Panda. Retrieved October 23, 2022, from https://www.boredpanda.com/creepy-facts/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=organic Roller, S. (2021, October 22). The disturbing origins of Fairy tales. History Hit. Retrieved October 28, 2022, from https://www.historyhit.com/the-disturbing-origins-of-fairy-tales/ Serena, K. (2021, June 16). The bodies of dead climbers on Everest are serving as guideposts. All That's Interesting. Retrieved October 23, 2022, from https://allthatsinteresting.com/mount-everest-bodies Yen CabagYen Cabag is the Blog Writer of TCK Publishing. She is also a homeschooling mom. (2022, May 23). 8 dark nursery rhymes. TCK Publishing. Retrieved October 28, 2022, from https://www.tckpublishing.com/dark-nursery-rhymes/
I recently overhead an exchange between a little boy and his mom. The subject was witches and magic. Which got me thinking. Magic involves perception, changes in the way we see and the manner in which things appear. Magic, like myth, is now a matter of "belief" when it could be practice. This episode revolves around a Russian fairy tale called "Vasilisa the Wise." On one level, this is a story about a young woman and a witch called the Baba Yaga. On another level, it's an invitation to think about magic. The magic and the mystery that we are in, by virtue of being alive.Support the show
Quizmasters Lee and Marc meet with Kyle Anne and Seth for a trivia quiz with topics including Sports, Horror Movies, Deadly Storms, Fairy Tales, Epitaphs, Fruits, Chemistry, Geology, Geography and more! Round One SPORTS - What sport lasts 1 to 2 hours and is divided into four or eight seven minute long periods called 'chukkas'? HORROR FILM LOCATIONS - Camp Crystal Lake, known amongst horror fans as the home of serial killer Jason Voorhees in the Friday the 13th franchise, is said to be located in which U.S. State? DEADLY STORMS - What once-popular construction material was turned into deadly projectiles before being banned through code enforcement after the Great Galveston Hurricane of 1900? FAIRY TALES - What musical instrument did Jack steal from the Beanstalk Giant? EPITAPHS - What signature line is inscribed on the tombstone of Rod Roddy (who was the longest-serving announcer for the popular television game show The Price Is Right)? DEADLY STORMS - In 1928, a hurricane hit the Southeastern U.S. resulting in the deaths of almost 3,000 people. The people in the surrounding communities were struck unaware by its unusual storm surge developing from this body of water that also gave the storm its name. Round Two HORROR CAMEOS - Which iconic horror film character appears in six episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants as the night shift manager at the Krusty Krab? FRUITS - Biologically classified as a fruit, but treated as a vegetable in the culinary world, what are ladies fingers known as? DEADLY STORMS - What September holiday lends its name to a category 5 hurricane that hit the Florida Keys? HAUNTINGS - What legendary college football player, who died at the age of 25 from pneumonia, was played by U.S. President Ronald Reagan in the 1940 film Knute Rockne, All American and whose galloping ghost is said to haunt Notre Dame's historic Washington Hall? CHEMISTRY & GEOLOGY - A shiny gray solid number with atomic number 12, which element is the most common in the Earth? DEADLY STORMS - Category 5 Hurricane Camille hit what Gulf Coast state in 1969, the resulting storm surge of 24 feet killed over 200 Americans and put the corpses of cows in treetops? Rate My Question CITY NAMES - What international city, when broken up into three consonants sounds like two inappropriate to potentially inappropriate words and the verb to use them? Final Questions WORLD WAR II - The Battle of Britain began on January 10, 1940 and ended on October 31st, 1940, and was primarily an air battle involving Germany and Britain using the German Spitfire and the Hawker what? F1 RACING - The YAS Marina Grand Prix Circuit is located in which capital city whose name translates to "Father of Gazelle" in English? HORROR RAP - Voiced by comedian John Kassir, what iconic horror character, who was Halloween Horror Nights first official icon, plays keyboard and raps on a 1992 single that was produced by Janet Jackson collaborator and godson of Barry White Chuckii Booker? Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges November 2nd, 2022 - Know Nonsense Challenge - Point Ybel Brewing Co. - 7:30 pm EST November 3rd, 2022 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Ollie's Pub Records and Beer - 7:30 pm EST You can find out more information about that and all of our live events online at KnowNonsenseTrivia.com All of the Know Nonsense events are free to play and you can win prizes after every round. Thank you Thanks to our supporters on Patreon. Thank you, Quizdaddies – Gil, Tim, Tommy, Adam, Brandon, Blake Thank you, Team Captains – Kristin & Fletcher, Aaron, Matthew, David Holbrook, Mo, Lydia, Rick G, Skyler Thank you, Proverbial Lightkeepers – Elyse, Kaitlynn, Frank, Trent, Nina, Justin, Katie, Ryan, Robb, Captain Nick, Grant, Ian, Tim Gomez, Rachael, Moo, Rikki, Nabeel, Jon Lewis, Adam, Lisa, Spencer, Hank, Justin P., Cooper, Sarah, Karly, Lucas, Mike K., Cole, Adam, Caitlyn H, Sam Spencer Thank you, Rumplesnailtskins – Mike J., Mike C., Efren, Steven, Kenya, Dallas, Issa, Paige, Allison, Kevin & Sara, Alex, Loren, MJ, HBomb, Aaron, Laurel, FoxenV, Sarah, Edsicalz, Megan, brandon, Chris, Alec, Sai, Nathan, Tim, Andrea, Ian, Aunt Kiki, Clay, Cam, Littlestoflambs If you'd like to support the podcast and gain access to bonus content, please visit http://theknowno.com and click "Support." Special Guests: Kyle Anne and Seth.
Did... did I go too far with this one? It's the sixth "Halloween Special" I've done, and I didn't want to disappoint... but I fear I may've gotten a little carried away with the spooky ska sounds. Enjoy it... if you dare! 00:00 - Blossom - Happy Day (My Own Little World '95)03:28 - Grave Danger - Wake the Dead (Wake the Dead '22)06:56 - BomWise - You've Been Ghosted (You've Been Ghosted '22)10:33 - the Valkyrians - Astro Zombies (Punkrocksteady '14)13:11 - the Magnetics - Poison Heart (Cocktails & Fairytales, Vol. 1 '20)16:17 - the Big Skandal - Lovers Lane (Lovers Lane '21)19:25 - Rudebeard - Rudebeard meet the Goat of Mendes (Rudebeard meet the Goat of Mendes '21) Visit the website at http://www.23Ska.com to find links to band websites and songs featured in this episode.Find & follow the show on:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/23minofSka/Twitter - https://twitter.com/23minofSkaInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/23minofska/Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/23min-of-ska?refid=stprIf you'd like to submit your band for a future show email: email@example.com(Please no YouTube or Spotify links)Any other questions or comments, please email: firstname.lastname@example.orgAlso check out our sister podcast On the Upbeat! linktr.ee/ontheupbeatskaAirdate : October 27th, 2022
Filmmaker and activist Abigail Disney joins the show this weekend to discuss her new documentary, "The American Dream and Other Fairy Tales." The film examines income inequality at the company her grandfather and great-uncle founded, asking why the American dream seems so out of reach for so many. Have a money question? Email us, ask jill [at] jill on money dot com. Please leave us a rating or review in Apple Podcasts. "Jill on Money" theme music is by Joel Goodman, www.joelgoodman.com. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices