Exorcisms: Cross Cultural Approaches to Dealing with Energetic Parasites and Doorway Devils By Jason S. Cordova

Possession, is not just my favorite Sarah McLachlan song, but also a time-honored tradition of mischievous and malevolent entities. For the contemporary, Anglo-American, the concept of possession usually conjures images of Demons. Numerous pop culture references persist. Movies like The Exorcist and The Exorcism of Emily Rose are two remarkably vivid depictions of the Catholic … Continue reading Exorcisms: Cross Cultural Approaches to Dealing with Energetic Parasites and Doorway Devils By Jason S. Cordova

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Who Is La Llorona? Investigating a Cultural Haunting, By Jason S. Cordova

Immage by Heather Jane Metcalf La Llorona (the weeping woman) is a prominent folk legend among Chicano communities. She is described as a specter who cries and wails in the night, lamenting the loss of her children. She wears a filtering white dress and emits a strange translucent glow. She appears near likes, rivers, and … Continue reading Who Is La Llorona? Investigating a Cultural Haunting, By Jason S. Cordova

Black Magic Mayhem: By Jason Cordova

Follow the link for the full audio version of the podcast. Magic can take many forms. Even seemingly ordinary things can be viewed as magic when time is taken to appreciate them appropriately. Sunset is as magical as the whispers of the wind caring freshly fallen Autumn leaves. The song of a child laughing and … Continue reading Black Magic Mayhem: By Jason Cordova

The Witches Grave of Alamosa: By Jason Cordova and Heather Jane Metcalf

https://youtu.be/WTl_GhQxCSs This episode features the exciting debut of our new theme song "Dead Bats on a Wire" by Savannah Rivka and Ashleigh Eve. Special guest co-host, Heather Jane Metcalf joins Jason as they discuss the mysterious case of "The Witches Grave" in Alamosa Colorado. The team also talks about the Crypto Science Society Special Ops … Continue reading The Witches Grave of Alamosa: By Jason Cordova and Heather Jane Metcalf