The Greatest Story Ever Told
Anya and Alan discuss classical music and spirituality thanks to The Greatest Story Ever Told. What is the best music to write code to? Why does the god of Money live in St Louis? Why does Technical Boy fail to sway his worshiper? We don’t have answers, but we sure do talk about it all.
This episode gets its name from the 1965 film adaptation of the passion story “The Greatest Story Ever Told”
Bastet was the protector of Ra, healer of the sick, and patron goddess of house-cats in ancient Egyptian mythology.
Reparations for slavery is hotly debated to this day, and is an issue that goes back to the Civil War.
Xie Comm Headquarters is a clear visual reference to Apple Park in Cupertino, CA.
Rage Against the Machine is a best-selling award-winning 1990’s Alternative Rock Band.
The St Louis Federal Reserve is called the FRED because the American Government loves acronyms.
The debate about Who is the Unknown God in American Gods (novel)
Veve Jaffa wrote “Exposed: Film’s Legacy of Racist Technical Development Lives on in the Digital Age” for RevisionPath.com about the subject of systemic racism in cinematography.
Ruby Bridges was the first African-American student to de-segregate a school in Louisiana.
Our Theme song is "Unstoppable Force" by FortyTwoMusic with other musical contributions by Rich Holmes.
Shadows and Shamblers is a production of Hallowed Ground Media and is released under a Creative Commons NonCommercial Sharealike License.