This week on the Poz Button Borzoi reconsiders his pricing model for paid episodes as he does an episode on the lost generation of men known as the Bronies, while also doing his best to do a PB on the recent My Little Pony movie. He's joined by Paisios, who to his credit took the concept seriously, and Roscoe, who unfortunately was beset by internet connection problems. Thank you to an anonymous donation on behalf of Exodus/Americanus for us to make sense of this phenomenon and its affect on Europa's sons. We couldn't have done it without you. Literally.
Tonight, we at the Paranormies are starting a new series of the Paranormies' Productions. We are joined by Jan Lamprecht, author of "Hollow Planets", the definitive introduction and guide to the Hollow Earth theory. You might think it sounds cooky, but Mr. Lamprecht has laid out a solid case for how a Hollow planet is consistent with known scientific facts about the Earth. Join us in this series to find out about one of the biggest coverups in the world.Continue Reading …
In this week's episode, Paisios, RightWingNut and Myles Poland convene the Nicene Council to discuss the importance of accepting truth regardless of it's earthly benefit.
DISCLAIMER: The Paranormies are not medical doctors and this episode should not be taken as prescribed advice from a doctor. We are professional memeologists, not physicians.
Tonight, we at the Paranormies are touching on a fairly serious topic: cancer (and other diseases), what can be done about them, and what we're not being told.Continue Reading …
Song of my soul, my voice is dead,
Die though, unsung, as tears unshed
Shall dry and die in
The King in Yellow, Act 1 Scene 1
For those who may have overlooked the bonus episode included last week, this week, we're focusing on the topic of Eschatology.
Well, you've asked for it, here it is. The Paranormies' definitive guide to how the Jews have ruined the West...and we're starting with everybody's favorite: Christianity and Church.Continue Reading …
Merry Christmas and God bless!
We've got a double-header for our listeners this week to make up for missing last week. We talk about the phenomenon of bugmen and their relationship with Christmas in the episode embedded above. Frank White (the artist formerly known as Franco Sinazi) serenades us with Silent Night -- in the original German! Be sure to listen all the way through. Contributor GoodSkeltal gives his take on A Christmas Carol to close out the episode.
Grease up the chimney and stretch out the stockings, this Christmas episode requires no introduction. Jam in the earbuds and crank up the volume. Tales From The Trough is the perfect listening to avoid your relatives asking about your future or to drown out John Lennon's "And So This Is Christmas".