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Rodents of Ragnar

A first-millennium family of mice. Mysterious, ancient monoliths on a windswept, chilly island. Their separate discoveries overturned centuries of established history.   Megaliths For hundreds of years, historians thought the Azores were discovered by the Portuguese in the 1400s.  A remote and difficult to reach archipelago of 9 islands in the North Atlantic, they appeared to be completely uninhabited. Over the last decade, Dr. Felix Rodrigues has documented megalithic and […]

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Swing States

Note: This article was originally published the day before Election Day, but the Florida hurricanes beat the heck out of our servers.  We lost some stories, but this one SWUNG back into our inboxes (pun absolutely intended).  Enjoy! Texas and Utah are considered to be deeply religious and conservative states. They’re also surprisingly…kinky.   The Lifestyle Swinging, or “The Lifestyle,” is adults gettin’ together and gettin’ busy.  From ancient Roman […]

todayNovember 18, 2022 8

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Swarm Wisdom

Female worker bees waggle and dance after a pollen hunting trip like cowgirls on a dance floor.  Are they counting a two-step? 1-2-3 Bee Scientists and beekeepers know that bees are highly intelligent, but a surprising new study reveals that bees can count to five.  They even understand the concept of zero. Researchers have confirmed that bees - like humans, primates, and some other vertebrates - order their counting from […]

todayNovember 1, 2022 4 3

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Water Witches

My dad wasn’t a water witch, but he swore by Old Man Marcus.*   8000+ Years of Witching We've been hiring a water witch to dowse for new wells for as long as my farming family can recall. Even deep in our Midwest Bible Belt, it wasn't considered witchcraft. It’s folk wisdom that works.  Farmers and homesteaders are a practical lot; they don’t worry about the how.  It works, you dig […]

todayOctober 29, 2022 4

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Maples, Mushrooms & Oaks

Trees talk, and those close to the earth have known this for lifetimes upon lifetimes. Science is listening now too. Bushcraft & Shrooms Shift Happens (here on the Fringe!) recently interviewed a bushcrafter and psychonaut who, like Thoreau, left the rat race to live in the woods.  Towards the end of the show, he shares his thoughts on trees, mushrooms, and more.   Episode 265: https://fringe.fm/shows/shift-happens/ Spinning Vinyl and Macrame In […]

todayOctober 29, 2022 9

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Silicone, Strippers, and Spooky Spirits

Why does every strip joint have a ghost story?   The Stripper’s Spooky Tale Retired after 20 years of stripping, author Erin Louis retells the story of her encounter in a haunted dressing room.  She heard lilting laughter from nowhere.  When she went out in the hall a moment later, she saw a “strange glowing orb” floating in the hall. What she finds out next is surprising and hilarious. No spoilers […]

todayOctober 28, 2022 7 2

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Mukbang Bangerz

I discovered mukbang culture by accident while looking for fruit. My First Mukbang A few years ago, I was curious about fruitarianism. My browsing led me to a fit, vibrant, vegan lady who ate only fruit 90% of the time.   She bubbled over with positive vibes as she spread her fruity gospel.  A hardcore athlete and distance cycling enthusiast, she showed no signs of low energy from her diet. Gleefully, […]

todayOctober 27, 2022 6

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Father Malachi

Father Malachi Martin was a spooky regular on Art Bell's late night radio show.  An author and former Jesuit priest,  he shared (according to him) true stories of demon possession and redemption that commanded rapt, breathless attention - and later, nightmares. Listeners were terrified, locking their doors and clutching rosaries or a crucifix. Many were convinced that they, too, were possessed and called in for help. One of Father Malachi’s […]

todayOctober 25, 2022 8 4

Anthony Tyler Articles

BHA23: Ghostbusting the Psyche (feat. Keats Ross of PragMagick)

This time around on Black Hoodie Alchemy, Keats Ross of the PragMagick podcast is here to get our fingers deep in the dark recesses of our unconscious minds, doing some kinds of ghost-busting that you've probably never considered before! Yes, we'll be celebrating the Halloween season a little bit -- and for most you that are listening to this outside of October, don't be discouraged! The content is applicable to […]

todayOctober 24, 2022 3

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