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A podcast for like-minded free thinkers interested in the paranormal, esoteric, and all-around mysteries of existence.

Cryptic Chronicles Cryptic Chronicles

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    • 4.6 • 11 Ratings

A podcast for like-minded free thinkers interested in the paranormal, esoteric, and all-around mysteries of existence.

    Episode 39: The Nephilim Part 4

    Episode 39: The Nephilim Part 4

    In this episode, we're going to continue exploring comparable Nephilim myths from cultures all throughout history across the planet. There really isn't that much else to go over, so... Let's just hop right in shall we? And remember, sometimes what I say concerning history is a "what if" so don't take EVERYTHING I say literally. Especially about history and possible forgotten interactions between cultures leading to phonetically similar names of gods. One of Odin's names Oudoin and Adon, the Hebrew name for God during their Babylonian exile. Both Odin and Yahweh had A TON of names that are not mentioned in mainstream history from different periods of time. Instead of getting angry at me and being a dick, I'd be happy to answer any questions directly to you! Either email me crypticchroniclespodcast@gmail.com, or call the CC hotline and leave a message 1-800-757-6049. I will get back to you. Now, let's get weird, shall we?

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Episode 38: The Nephilim Part 3

    Episode 38: The Nephilim Part 3

    Our chronicles of Nephilim lore continues! We will finally see the end game of the Elohim, and the apotheosis of Enoch! Afterward, we'll move on past the Apocryphal Texts, and begin our look at analogous Nephilim found across all ancient cultures, as well as the enigmatic mystery school teachings from Egypt. Supposedly the Mystery School version of Egyptian religion came from the gods (Watchers/Nephilim/Annunaki). Many Egyptian spiritual beliefs are said to come from before the cataclysm according to some. I'll also briefly go over some alien stuff, but, fun all around! Come join me, because it's time to get weird!

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Episode 37: The Nephilim Part 2

    Episode 37: The Nephilim Part 2

    Of Watchers and Angels, and the judgment of the Elohim.



    Continuing our journey into the lore surrounding the ineffable Nephilim, in this episode we're going to journey deep into the Watchers, and the accounts as depicted in the forbidden Book of Enoch. I didn't get quite as far as I wanted to in the lore, so this series might turn into 8 episodes instead of 7 as planned because I wanna make sure and cover everything I originally intended.



    Also, this information is super dense, so I get kinda tongue-tied in this episode at points lol. There is just so much information and hard to put together verbally without strain. But, it's a buttload of awesome info!

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Episode 36: The Nephilim

    Episode 36: The Nephilim

    In this episode, we're going to begin a seven-episode series covering lore surrounding the Nephilim and the enigmatic Watchers as well as analogous entities from mythologies across the Earth. We're going to throw dogma out the window, so if you're very religious or serious about theology concerning the Abrahamic world religions, you should skip these episodes because religious dogma is not going to be a thing. This episode is a quick introduction, as well as an objective look at the history of the Bible to give us a bigger picture concerning these ineffable beings. You could also even skip this episode if you want if you're listening as a backlog and not at the initial release day.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Episode 35: Paranormal Deaths

    Episode 35: Paranormal Deaths

    This episode chronicles the deaths of people that have been attributed to the paranormal. Buckle up because it's time to get weird. The creep factor on this episode is high, this is your only warning.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Episode 34: Paranormal Investigator Lydia Eustice

    Episode 34: Paranormal Investigator Lydia Eustice

    In this episode, I interview paranormal investigator Lydia Eustice from Path of Souls Paranormal. A group of paranormal investigators that associate with a whole collective of those interested in paranormal activity. Lydia is a fascinating investigator who breaks us down the history of the organization, and the many cases they've conducted together. Make sure you go check out the Path of Souls Paranormal Facebook Page and follow their adventures into the unknown.

    And below is the photo taken of the ghost at the gas station. Do you think there's anything to it?

    • 1 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Valeria Rueda ,

Awesome!

Gets straight to the point, funny side comments and throws in his opinions which I love because sometimes it’s a different opinion than mine; that gives me perspective.
Sounds very intelligent. speaks very clear.

slyclover01 ,

Awful

This is just bad, the guy has a good voice but when talking about historical things he’s a complete idiot.

CastDisRiteHere ,

Good

Organized and focused. I hate shows where the host thinks he can just randomly “chat” at us with no structure. This one’s a keeper.

Only suggestion I would make: please consider getting a better microphone. Maybe add a little bit of space or reverb for effect. A good mic is very inexpensive nowadays. Also, maybe add some ambient, unobtrusive background music.

I’d also caution to be a little clearer when citing supposed incidents. For example, in the third episode, ‘Holographic Universe,’ you cute the man from Taured and the green skinned children found in England in the 12th century.

The former has zero actual documentation and the entire account stems from the book “The Directory of Possibilities”, Colin Wilson & John Grant [Corgi Paperback, 1982. ISBN: 0-552-119946]. No other documentation exists besides what these two authors said. I found this information on Reddit with a two second search.

The latter is similarly dubious.

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