The belief in witchcraft is something that has existed for hundreds if not thousands of years, since the times of the Olmec and Maya of ancient Mesoamerica, long before European conquest and colonization. Terrifying legends of hideous monstrosities capable of sucking children’s souls away among other horrifying powers known as brujas - witches - have haunted the peoples of Mexico and continue to do so…
The search for an elixir of life is common across mythologies around the world throughout history, with many stories claiming the type extreme longevity found only amongst those between gods and men. However some stories are more compelling than others…
La Bete, or, the Beast has become one of the most illustrious and horrifying series of slayings in all of French history. The reign of terror lasted three years, and the identity of the beast has never been conclusively proven.
The terrifying legend of the Wendigo finds its origins in Algonquin traditions. It is known as the dangerous spirit of winter with the ability to transform men women and children into a terrifying cannibalistic creature with a heart of ice.
For centuries, witnesses across Australia have encountered creatures that are quite out of place… over the years there have been reports of big cats roaming in the forests, attacking livestock and even people. Thousands of people have seen these creatures, yet officially they do not exist.
The UFO phenomena is an incredibly dense and complex subject, one that often leaves us with more questions than answers. Join Into The Portal as we explore UFO encounters presented in a comparative survey by prominent Ufologist Jacques Vallée, and discuss ideas related to The Interdimensional Hypothesis in a follow up of the Maury Island Incident of 1947.
In 1947 there were a series of bizarre encounters with Unidentified Flying Objects across the United States. Roswell, New Mexico became a household name. In Washington, a spree of sightings would unfold, bringing to the modern world the concept of the ‘flying saucer’ and possibly the first instance of Men in Black.
The twin legends of Welsh Prince Madoc and Irish St. Brendan are based around the idea of ancient explorers who set their sights on the great unknown: the West. Join Into The Portal for Part Two of our Ancient Explorers series: The Irish Connection.