Pop occulture, conspiracy and strange news
Almost heaven, Helter Skelter and Mormon “Trash” + this day in history w/’Woman Haters’ and our song of the day by Britta Phillips on your Morning Monarchy for May 5, 2016.
More Manson, less religion and May Day Beltane + this day in history w/Port Arthur massacre and our song of the day by Brett Dennen on your Morning Monarchy for April 28, 2016.
Back-up torches, Manson family values & grave dancers union + this day in history w/Tiananmen Square and our song of the day by Mike & The Melvins on your Morning Monarchy for April 21, 2016.
Mongolian mummy, more BBC abuse and the art of secret societies + this day in history w/Lincoln shot and our song of the day by Night Moves on your Morning Monarchy for April 14, 2016.
Virtual death, curse tablets and a ghostly photoshoot + this day in history w/WHO established and our song of the day by Har Mar Superstar on your Morning Monarchy for April 7, 2016.
“If I had been present at the Creation,” the thirteenth-century Spanish philosopher-king Alfonso X is said to have stated, “Many faults in the universe would have been avoided.”
Brussels “BOOM”, burning effigies and a killer zodiac + this day in history w/the Motion Picture Production Code and our song of the day by DMA’s on your Morning Monarchy for March 31, 2016.
Has the occult conquered the American imagination? If so, how? And who is responsible for it?
Well, this guy was a character. It puts things in perspective that there will always be bizarre people in positions of power.
Mormon Mason, White Horse and black bunny + this day in history w/The Great Escape and our song of the day by Barry Adamson on your Morning Monarchy for March 24, 2016.
The Fayette Factor, less religious and the time of the Preacher + this day in history w/Burst Of Joy and our song of the day by The Heavy on your Morning Monarchy for March 17, 2016.
The small, ancient religion of Zoroastrianism is being revived in northern Iraq. Followers say locals should join because it’s a truly Kurdish belief. Others say the revival is a reaction to extremist Islam.
An Austrian Jew who went through several stage names during his adult life, Hanussen is chiefly remembered as the clairvoyant who held seances for Hitler and who was murdered by the Nazis in 1933.
Hate by state, Grim Sleeper and Celestial cults + this day in history w/Scientology’s first church and our song of the day by Lake Street Dive on your Morning Monarchy for February 18, 2016.
An article submitted to the peer reviewed Scan Journal of Macquarie University takes a deeper look at the culture of death prevalent in the fashion world and studies “corpse chick” (sic) – the disturbing trend of posing models as glamorous corpses.
“Everything that is good and pure and noble, all the great music; art; and poetry will, in time, by necessity, be subverted and perverted by the self-serving so-called elites. For they see us merely as units to be exploited and kept in perpetual darkness.”
A study of human bone fragments made it possible to conclude that some of the victims of sacrifices in the Aztec Empire were women, children and elderly – not just captured enemies.
John Dee was an eminent Elizabethan mathematician and astrologer. A painting of him has turned out to have a circle of skulls while he is performing an experiment for the Queen.
Sure, he was a star. But a ‘Blackstar’? What’s that, and what’s with the music video imagery?
Was Jack the Ripper a promoter of occult freemasonic rituals?
Iraqis living near the ancient city of Nuffar say the site should be developed to attract tourism after years of official neglect.
We call it “Political Correctness.” The name originated as something of a joke, literally in a comic strip, and we tend still to think of it as only half-serious. In fact, it’s deadly serious.
The most coveted award for work on the Internet bestows honors in 231 categories, but “Religion & Spirituality” is no longer one of them. A […]
Controversial new research is claiming what many already feared: religion makes you mean.
from theatlantic.com: It is hard to know how our future descendants will regard the little sliver of history that we live in. It is hard […]