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Myths endure for a reason. This episodic audio drama brings ancient myths to life for the modern audience. Each episode presents exciting stories and analysis of each myth's history and origins, giving insight into how our ancestors saw the universe. Mythology releases a new episode every Tuesday. Mythology is a production of Cutler Media and part of the Parcast Network.
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In the ancient Irish kingdom of Uliad, the God Lu and a beautiful woman had a child named Setante. He is gifted beyond all measure, but he's also cursed with a fiery temper that transforms him into a monster who cannot discern friend from foe.Sponsors!Daily Harvest - Go to Daily-Harvest.com and enter promo code MYTHOLOGY to get three cups FREE in your first box!Pair of Thieves - Get 20% off your first order at PairOfThieves.com/MYTH.
After Hadding claimed the throne of ancient Denmark through war and blood, he found himself growing increasingly bored with the day to day aspects of ruling a kingdom. In his boredom, Hadding begins to seek out battle and conflict that leads to negative consequences for his kingdom, and even his own children. Sponsors!Go to Daily-Harvest.com and enter promo code MYTHOLOGY to get three cups FREE in your first box!
When the Norwegian King Swipdag invaded ancient Denmark, he slaughtered the Danish King Gram, sending Gram's infant son Hadding into exile. After being raised by giants, Hadding becomes a man and decides to seek revenge against the tyrant who murdered his father.Parcasters - This week on Extraterrestrial, we take on the mysterious Anunnaki, supposed ancient alien gods. What is their origin? What interactions have they had with our planet? Find out today at parcast.com/extraterrestrial
Pandora’s Box

Pandora’s Box

2019-05-2800:36:2310

When the Titan Prometheus stole fire for humanity, Zeus sought vengeance against him and all he held dear. His most extreme act of retribution came in the form of Pandora, a magnificent woman who didn't realize she was simply a pawn in a squabble between the gods.Sponsors!Omax Health - Get 50% off a one-month supply of Omax3, plus free shipping and a 60-day money-back guarantee at OMAXHEALTH.com and enter code MYTH.Pair of Thieves - Listeners get 20% off their first order at PairOfThieves.com/MYTH.
The Ancient Egyptian prince, Setne, longed for the magical power the Book of Thoth could grant him. In order to acquire it, he breaks into Naneferkaptan's tomb, only to find the dead pharaoh's spirit guarding the book. Sponsors!Upstart - Hurry to Upstart.com/MYTHOLOGY to find out HOW LOW your Upstart rate is. Checking your rate only takes a few minutes—and won’t affect your credit!
In Ancient Egypt, one god's wisdom surpassed all the rest: Thoth, the baboon god of intelligence. Thoth took it upon himself to maintain the balance of Ma'at, the force that sustained all life and constantly fluctuates between order and chaos. Sponsors!Daily Harvest - Go to Daily-Harvest.com and enter promo code MYTHOLOGY to get 3 cups FREE in your first box!
Falsely accused of a horrific crime, Bellerophon is punished by King Lobates, who desperately wants to see him dead. The King sends Bellerophon on a suicide mission; to fight and kill the chimaera, a nightmarish beast with the heads of a lion, a goat, and a venomous serpent. Sponsors!Pair of Thieves - Get 20% off your first order when you go to PairOfThieves.com/MYTH.Upstart - Hurry to Upstart.com/MYTHOLOGY to find out HOW LOW your Upstart rate is. Checking your rate only takes 2 minutes—and won’t affect your credit!
After discovering that he was the son of Poseidon, Bellerophon dreamed of flying on Pegasus, an immortal winged stallion.  With the help of Athena, Bellerophon would achieve his dream, but  jealousy would eventually tear his life apart. Parcasters - Did Poseidon play a role in the sinking of Atlantis? Find out this week on Unexplained Mysteries and Conspiracy Theories, where we cover different theories regarding the ancient sunken empire.
Perseus: A Gaze of Stone

Perseus: A Gaze of Stone

2019-04-2300:45:143

Acrisius, the King of Argos, feared that his offspring would rise up against him. He locked Danae, his only daughter, in a tower to keep her from bearing children. Yet no tower can stop Zeus, king of the gods. Sponsors!Upstart - Hurry to Upstart.com/MYTHOLOGY to find out HOW LOW your Upstart rate is. Checking your rate only takes 2 minutes—and won’t affect your credit!
Ancient Japan was ruled by the gods who lived in heaven, and the kami who roamed the earth. The most important god of all was Amaterasu, goddess of the sun, who gave life. However, after fighting with her brother, Amaterasu hid herself from the world, leaving everything to die. Sponsors!Daily Harvest - Go to DAILY-HARVEST.com and enter promo code MYTHOLOGY to get three cups FREE in your first box!
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Comments (76)

John Moore

I can't take this episode seriously. She keeps saying Swipdag, but all I hear is Sveep Dogg, like he's Snoops lesser known Norwegian cousin or something.

Jun 19th
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Garret Cornell

the story cut off without an ending

Jun 18th
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Carrie Kaumbulu

the sizes of the files are quite large...I compared to similar podcasts to yours and your files are almost three times the size. It makes streaming and downloading a bit more difficult...

Jun 13th
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Gurt Birdley

Hahaha... that moan... hawt.

Jun 13th
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Matthew Brinley

both hadding stories cut off short, why

Jun 11th
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Gary L Johnson

a brilliant ending to this one. It is so true, when there is darkness, hope is the light that shines through it.

May 29th
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Vanessa Diane Delp

Has anyone else had issues with the ends of episodes cutting off?

May 15th
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Eddie Burnette

Vanessa Diane Delp Yes. It ends abruptly.

May 21st
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Ignacio Torres

Vanessa Diane Delp Yes, the very end of the Book of Thoth part 1 ended abruptly.

May 18th
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Ignacio Torres

dang, I thought a new episode came out early

May 7th
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AK 47

Absolutely made me repaint a picture of Loki, this version is one I intend on viewing him as, rather than the latter of being a tyrant and maliciously mischevious. Great job guys. Keep it up! 💯 I would love to hear the story of Hades. He also is misunderstood

May 3rd
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BrittdaGod

Vanessa Richardson has the best voice for narration .

May 1st
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Gurt Birdley

Okanemochi really hamming it up, eh?

Apr 17th
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Gurt Birdley

Gurt Birdley Hahaha! Aahhhh!!! This whole episode! So much ham!

Apr 17th
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TurtleTail

who voices Loki?

Apr 2nd
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TurtleTail

AK 47 yeah I know right, also it's Tom Hidleson plays and voices Loki in the MCU FYI

May 6th
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AK 47

TurtleTail Idk but it sounded a lot like the loki from Avengers amd Thor lol

May 3rd
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John Moore

I'm terrible with these podcasts. Every time a Pt. 2 come out I'm like, "Fuck, what was part one about again?🤔"

Apr 2nd
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Anya Mind

John Moore same

Apr 21st
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Grace

John Moore 😂🥂

Apr 15th
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Shafi Mehedi

Had been wanting to read the epic. Couldn't make out time. Found this amazing podcast. Quite a show you put up. The voices are great.

Mar 31st
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Edward Whitehead

I like the podcast. I hate shameless self promotion for other parcast podcasts

Mar 25th
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John Falkenberg

i am loving this podcast keep up the good work!

Mar 22nd
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Gary L Johnson

I'll say this:. I learned about this podcast via the Let's Talk About Myths, Baby! podcast. Hands down the production value of this podcast is hands down, one of the best that I've ever heard.

Mar 4th
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Fernando Saenz

please throw some pedos💨 for comic effect!

Feb 26th
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Thomas Kelley

Five stars amazing. I personally liked Hades and Persephone. It showed while the Lord of the Dead is not always emotional, he can still be kind. And that Demeter suffered from a empty nest syndrome at the expense of her daughter.

Feb 26th
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Dana Pellegrino

Please change Hades's voice 😭

Feb 19th
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