The close of the bronze age brought about one of the most tumultuous, important, and influential periods in our human history. It was a time of drastic transitions marked by the brutal falls of imperial powers operating in the region for centuries. It was also a time in which many hallmarks of civilization were lost for hundreds of years after. This period was known as a stretch of dark times before the dawning of the Iron Age and the formation of new, more powerful empires in the Mediterranean. There was another element operating during this traumatic period, a force known only as the Sea Peoples: a dreaded confederacy of unknown pirates and warmongers whose incursions into the coastal strongholds of the Minoans, Hittites, Egyptians and Canaanites proved devastating (podcast description).
Into The Portal is a podcast dedicated to researching the unknown, unexplained and straight up strange. Whether it's ancient lost cities, encounters with paranormal phenomena or anything within the realm of the bizarre, we want to share these mysteries with the world. Our mission is to bring to light incredible stories many people may otherwise never hear about. We love digging into university archives, journals, scouring the web and researching nonstop in an attempt to find obscure myths, legends and true unexplained events that entertain and illuminate the dark corners of our reality... and beyond. The name Into The Portal derives from the idea of attempting to view the unexplained through an alternate lens - it’s about being open to new possibilities and reorienting our own perspective to better understand the unknowable, find the lost, and piece together the unexplained.
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