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  • 00:28

    The Gunpowder Plot of 1605 - What really happened

    in History

     
    In November 1605, the infamous Gunpowder Plot took place in which some Catholics, most famously Guy Fawkes,   plotted to blow up James I, the first of the Stuart kings of England. The story is remembered each November 5th  when ‘Guys’ are burned in a celebration known as "Bonfire Night".   The story appears to be very simple.   Catholics in England had expected James to be more tolerant of them. In fact, he had proved to be the opposite and had ordered all Catholic priests to leave England. This so angered some Catholics that they decided to kill James and put his daughter Elizabeth on the throne ensuring that she was a Catholic. This led to a plot to kill  not only the king of England, James, but also everyone sitting in the Houses of Parliament at the same time as James was there when he opened Parliament on November 5th, 1605.Guy Fawkes and his fellow conspirators, having rented out a house right by the Houses of Parliament,  managed to get 36 barrels of gunpowder into a cellar of the House of Lords.   The other conspirators were:   Robert and Thomas Wintour,  Thomas Percy, Christopher and John Wright, Francis Tresham,  Everard Digby, Ambrose Rookwood, Thomas Bates,  Robert Keyes, Hugh Owen, John Grant and the man who is said to have organised the whole plotRobert Catesby.   NOW LETS TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT REALLY HAPPENED - with guest John Hamer    

  • 01:59

    And Then There Were Words

    in Entertainment

    Jilly Asks: 


    1) Last words: strategies for getting to the end and writing a good ending.


    2) How to avoid “and then” (sort of related to #1)


    3) Thoughts on cliffhangers as endings (also sort of related to #1)


    4) First words. I find the first paragraph to be the hardest writing in the story. What’s that process like for you and how do you approach what to write first?


    5) Have you ever abandoned a story? What’s the process you go through in making that decision?


     


    Tonight's So Far Unseen (in public) Required Short Pitch: Ten bodies later, you still don't have an ending and you hate yourself.

  • 00:24

    Short & Junk: Canon is for Pussies

    in Entertainment

    I realized after the show last night that I didn't quite finish Penumbria's question. So, part 2 of the question:

    Original question



    Penumbria asks: What kind of process do you go through when writing in a new fandom? How do you pick it? What kind of canon research do you do? I know you just started writing Hobbit this year. How do you make that decision? At what point do you usually decide how much of canon you are ignoring and what you want to change, major and minor?


    Also, I think this show dovetails nicely with the show below: 


    Déjà vu: Same Character, Different Reality

  • 01:27

    A Night Of Ashes and Ghosts Episode

    in Entertainment

    The Dungeon Crawlers Team welcomes to the show Thomas Beckett who will be talking about Night of Ashes. Night of Ashes is a Theatrical Prequel to Hell's Rebels, the current Pathfinder Adventure Path from Paizo Publishing which takes place during the events immediately preceding In Hell's Bright Shadow, the first adventure in Hell's Rebels. Working with the Paizo team, we are using NPCs, locations and plot points from the Adventure Path to recreate the traumatic events leading up to Barzillai Thrune's take over of the city of Kintargo.


    The show centers on a young Hellknight who is conflicted between her commitment to the Law and her commitment to her City. When Grand Inquisitor Thrune orders her companion killed and an entire Opera Company arrested alongside a young Baron, she is forced to keep the actors from further harm and lead them to safety. The survival of this small band intermingle with the machinations of the arch villain of the Adventure Path.


    The show will be as audience interactive as possible and feature steel on steel fight choreography by an award-winning local fight choreographer.


    The Kickstarter launches 8/27/2015
    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/346863196/1232471340?token=51be328a.


    Then the Dungeon Crawlers Team will wrap up the show with the Ghostbusters of Salt Lake.


    The Ghostbusters of Salt Lake, organized in 2007, are Utah's premier professional paranormal investigators and eliminators.
    You're likely to run into the GB's of SLC at screenings, comic and sci/fi conventions, costume parties, and charity events.


    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GhostbustersofSaltLake

  • Fear the BlogTalking Dead: A review of the zombie spinoff's pilot episode

    in Television

    JOIN US THIS TUESDAY 8/25 at 7pM!!  The spinoff (er... companion show) is finally here!  "Fear the Walking Dead" airs this Sunday 8/23 after two years of speculation and development.  We'll discuss the show's characters, plot, progression, and all the things we picked up watching it.  What will happen over the next 6 weeks?  How will this fit into the mythology of the main show?  Can it last past two seasons?  (They already renewed it for season 2).  All this and your calls - call in 646-721-9605.

  • 00:37

    Short & Junk: When the Story Isn't Working

    in Entertainment

    Jilly asks: 


    Have you ever been in the middle of a story and decided to replot?


    This had happened to me for two reasons. 1) I just didn’t like the way the story was going. and 2) I’d written the character in such a way that keeping them in character no longer lined up with the plot.


    So, how do you go about stepping back, taking a critical view, and replotting from where you are?

  • 02:58

    PODCAST # 150

    in History

    Myron Fagan exposes the Illuminati | CFR [1967] ../


    Published on Apr 12, 2015


    COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER:
    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
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    Originally Published on Aug 12, 2013 By "The Crypt" Youtube Channel

    Secret society known as The Illuminati, and their New World Order.

    Mr. Fagan describes with documentary evidence how the ILLUMINATI became the instrument of the House of Rothschild to achieve a "One World Government".

    Mr. Fagan relentlessly uncovered plots for major historical events. Myron Fagan is considered to be the archetype for the PCT (Paranoid Conspiracy Theorist)

    This Recording is one of the most interesting and yet horrifying, factual stories of some of the most sensational plots in the history of the world.


    IT'S NOT  "TRUTH"  UNTIL YOU DECIDE ..../

  • 00:58

    TWHS S05E19-Chosen Emotional Conflagration

    in Comedy

    This week on That's What He Said, Lou and Freddy give us an update on Vault Boy's status, a warning for Ashley Madison fans, and an some info on Zod's new role. They've also got some news on Nintendo's film plans, John Cena breaking a record, Banksy's latest project, Rogue One's plot and cast, and why the Foo FIghters continue to be awesome. Plus, Lou brings us August's Loot Crate unboxing! Join us during the live show at 323-693-3811!

  • 01:57

    Déjà vu: Same Character, Different Reality

    in Entertainment

    Question from Ask Me Anything: 


    penumbria asks: How do you write the same characters in different stories and stay true to their canon personas (so they aren’t OCs with the name of the canon character) but still keep them different without becoming Mary Sue or Gary Stu? In your head, what do you do to separate them from story to story. Like Harry in War Mages versus Harry in Serpent King vs Harry in Phoenix. Or Snape in War Mages, Serpent King, Unspeakable Plot, Soulmate Bond, and Phoenix? Or Elizabeth where some stories she is awesome (Sentinels of Atlantis) and others not so much, the same with Keller. How do you keep it straight in your head without falling into a rut that makes stories all the same with only a few details different because the characters are the same and react to each other the same way? How do you keep your personal head canon from bleeding all over every story in a fandom? It is something I know I struggle with. I’d love some advice because your stories handle it well.


    Tonight's Required but Not Used Short Pitch: Déjà vu is usually a glitch in the Matrix.

  • 01:01

    On Why Yet's Watch with Latitta Waggoner

    in Books

    Latitta Waggoner recently released her new novel, Can't Stand the Rain, presented by Tiece. Join me and Latitta as she talks about love, life and how it influences her writing...


    Can't Stand The Rain


    Kale is in love with her man, Pit. Pit is an ex- drug dealer with an unfaithful heart which gives Kale reason enough to keep her guard up. He desires nothing more than to leave the past where it's at so that he can build a solid foundation with her. However, Kale isn't sold on the dream that he's selling her. The plot thickens when a visitor resurfaces with skeletons from the past. Kale's faith and loyalty in her man is tested.


    Sanayah- twin sister of Kale, has a secret lover that she is afraid to reveal out of fear of losing her dream career. She is suddenly faced with a dilemma that leaves her no choice but to come clean. Unbeknownst to her, there is an even bigger secret that her lover has of his own.


    Surrounded by their closest friends that are along for the ride, these sisters will endure a lot treachery, deceit, & betrayal. When being confronted with life's uncertain lessons will they be able to withstand the rain? Or, will they all drown in the sea of conviction?


    On Why Yet's Watch, where I bring you what's going on. See ya soon, Why Yet


    Call #646-716-5330

  • 01:32

    tsuNomination with Danielle Paccione and Bill Bachman - August 18, 2015

    in Paranormal

    Back after a month long hiatus, Incubi Incarnate Broadcast Network is proud to present TsuNomination LIVE with you hosts Danielle G Paccione and Bill Bachman!

    This week TsuNomination is covering Stull Cemetery 'The Gateway To Hell' in Stull, KS!

    The Stull Cemetery has gained a dubious reputation due to urban legends involving Satan, the occult, and a purported "gateway to Hell". The 1867 stone church on the north side of the cemetery was knocked down in 2002.

    Local police have discouraged curiosity seekers from entering the cemetery, especially on Halloween, and some people have been arrested for trespassing. When the cemetery is closed, trespassing could bring a maximum fine of $1,000 and up to six months in jail.

    The band Urge Overkill released Stull EP in 1992, which features the church and a tombstone from the cemetery on the cover. Films whose plot is based on the legends include Sin-Jin Smyth, Nothing Left to Fear, and Turbulence 3: Heavy Metal. The cemetery is the site of the final confrontation of the Apocalypse in the "Swan Song" episode of season five of the television series Supernatural.

    Be sure to join our interactive chat room on our website on http://www.incubiincarnate.com/tsulistenlive