It's part two of our discussion on PROPHECIES!! Last week Lauren taught us all about Nostradamus his many predictions. This week Ashley is tackling BIBLICAL prophecies!
But before we even get into those-- we have to take a look at the good book. When was the bible written? Who wrote it? How many translations are there? Where did those new verses come from? Who the heck put that parable in there? So that we can answer questions like "are the prophecies legit or did they cheat?", "Why do Conservatives hate gay people", "Are we experiencing the end-times?", and so much more!
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Yaass, predict that future boiiii.
This week is all about prophecies, baby! Some people are downright FAMOUS just for knowing the future and some prophecies just don't hold up to scrutiny.
This week is part one of our prophecies discussion and Lauren is teaching us all about a totally normal dude named Nostradamus. JUST KIDDING he's mega famous and he sold drug lozenges and he saw the future.
We'll learn about his life, his career, his struggles, and obviously his predictions and which ones seem to have come true!
Hi Weirdos! Are you ready to get scared? Are you ready to CRY?!
Welcome to another week of Listener Ghost Stories where Ashley and Lauren sit down and tell each other the creepiest, scariest, weirdest, most touching real life scary stories that we can find! Whether you're sending them in or we're making new friends on the internet-- the world is FULL of the strange and unusual.
This weeks stories feature ghosts who can drive, ghosts who can text, ghosts who need haircuts, creatures in rivers, glitches in the matrix, and more!
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Music: Several pieces by composer Ross Budgen (@rossbugden)