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Frithcast Ep 5 The Nine Realms in 20 Min!

March 5th, 2017

Hail and welcome to this episode of Frithcast! We at TAC hope you enjoy this feature presentation! Please let us know what you think! 

 

Episode 5

Things we talk about in this episode:

 

Opening Music:

'Ancient Whispers I' by P C III, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Licence.

[http://freemusicarchive.org/music/P_C_III/Ad_Astra_Vol_1/03_Ancient_Whispers_I]

 

Closing Music:

'Round II - The Ancients' by Learning Music, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Licence

[http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Learning_Music/An_End_Like_This/32_Round_II_-_The_Ancients]

 

Background campfire ambience assembled using samples and mixing tool at http://www.ambient-mixer.com.

 

Flailing Chocolate and their high calorie songs – Listener Challenge

“Lots of planets have a North”  - Dr Who 2010

‘The Dreaded Batter Pudding Hurler of Bexhill on Sea”, gas stoves and Walking Backwards for Christmas -The Goon Show

“The Phantom Raspberry Blower of Old London Town” The Two Ronnies

Coffee powered druid

I’d like to take you on a strange journey – Rocky Horror Picture Show

Time Travel Trousers – Professor Elemental

Midgard is right here

Muspelheim and Niflheim create the universe

Journey around the nine worlds

A bad joke

Asgard

Jotunheim – home of the giants

Alfheim and Svartalfheim

Vanaheim, and the Vanir and Aesir war. 

Accidental decapitation

Helheim and Hella

Pop culture references to the underworld, Dantes Inferno

The World Tree

Ways between the worlds – Bifrost – not a rainbow trampoline

Coffee

Animals around the World Tree

Nithog and library returns /What is enough breakfast for a deer?

The eagle in the rap battle – flyting at it’s finest

Enter the squirrel – Ratatosk/ Scrat from the Ice Age films

“Hold tight, Min.” - The Goon Show

The historical and the mythic truth

The Celtic otherworld

On a plane to Jotunheim

How to find us online

 

 

In case you’re wondering, Etemology.com has the origins for the word Hell as: “Old English hel, hell, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch hel and German Hölle, from an Indo-European root meaning ‘to cover or hide’.

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