Grieving and Creative Exploration With leo X. Robertson
The Unnerving Podcast
Leo X. Robertson joins me to chat his latest book, Greev, the motivations behind the book, processing loss, artistic exploration, and his foray into film making. Sponsor: If you're looking for a site that covers your needs, not just for movies, but comics, books, games and music too, look no further than Horror DNA! Your home for horror. It's in our blood. https://www.horrordna.com/
This week on Bizzong! the host of Losing The Plot Podcast, Leo X. Robertson joins Mr. Frank to discuss his new book, GREEV, coming soon from Nihilism Revised. The podcast duo also discuss examining the world around them as creatives, another new book in the works and the Losing The Plot Podcasts new host, Aphotic Realm. Sit back and enjoy Zongers! #GiveUsTheGong
The (Bad) Pope of the Protestant Reformation (Pope Leo X)
On this week’s episode, it’s another one of the “Bad Popes”. This guy loved partying so much, and was so bad at managing money, that one contemporary said he spent three pontificates worth of dough – everything from the guy before him, all of his own money, and all of his successor’s. Oh, and Martin Luther was stirring up a rebellion, and this pope didn’t do much to stop it. BECOME A PATRON OF THE POPECAST (free stickers to the next two $2 patrons...) – Visit http://bit.ly/popecastpatronSupport The Popecast
Hey Zongers! What a show we have for you this week. Our guest is a Scotsman living in Norway. Mr. Leo X. Robertson is the author of Bonespin Slipspace and the host of Losing The Plot podcast. Is he weird? Is he Bizarre? Does he don corpse paint and burn down wooden churches? Hit play and find out on this week's episode of Bizzong! Its #ZongerDay Zongers!
2017 is the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. We began our look back at that period last week with the Schleitheim Confession. Today, we read the Letter of Martin Luther to Pope Leo X. The text comes from Henry Wace and C. A. Buchheim, First Principles of the Reformation, London: John Murray, 1883. If you’d like, you can follow along on archive.org. Come back next Monday for the first part of Martin Luther’s Concerning Christian Liberty. Would you like to request a specific book, sermon, or other Christian text? E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet us @OralHistoryPod.
Papst Leo X. bekommt Elefant Hanno geschenkt (19.3.1514)
Er wurde bestaunt wie ein Wunder. Am 19. März 1514 traf der indische Elefant Hanno in Rom ein, ein Geschenk für Papst Leo X. Gleich, als Hanno auf den Oberhirten der Christenheit zutrottete, gab es die erste Überraschung. Autorin: Prisca Straub