Observations & Phenomena features Professor Dave Leech, Dr. Tim Brigham and David Metcalfe in conversation on anomalies, science and contemporary culture. Summoning the spirit of science to celebrate a new age of reason.
Quotes of concern in this week’s Witch Hunt article:
“I wanted to see some mob violence, but it’s probably better that we got back on the boda-boda and booked it out of there, following the healer who also rode on a boda-boda. I didn’t think we were in danger but Luke told me that the crowd knew they could be identified on television and so when the police left they could potentially attack us.”
“How interesting. How bizarre.”
Divination technique used to decide this episode’s sequence: I Ching
Tonight The Invisible College Radio will be talking to the inimitable David Metcalfe about the worship of the Lady of the Shadows, Lady of the Night, Lady of the Seven Powers, White Girl, Skinny Lady. Let us introduce you to Santa Muerte tonight at 9pm EST on SFMTV.com.
To celebrate the release of FoolishPeople’s first feature film ‘Strange Factories’ later this year, we’re proud to announce a collaboration with David Metcalfe for ‘Entering the Theatre of Manifestation – Unveiling the FoolishPeople’.
“Santisima Muerte apparently began life as a specialist in love magic. The printed prayer to her, the Oracion de la Santisima Muerte, is a modern-day throwback to a specific form of medieval Spanish love magic: the spell to bring back a wandering lover. Now, however, Santisima Muerte has gone beyond love spells to become a shadowy patroness of all kinds of Mexican magic, the pale and implacable counterpart of that other great protector of the Mexican soul, the Virgin of Guadalupe.”