Written In Uncertainty analyses Varieties of Faith, looking at all the various gods of the pantheons of Tamriel, discussing every god from Arkay to Zenithar in their turn.
We covered The Monomyth in individual segments a while back, so I thought I’d finally get round to compiling my analysis of the whole thing. Sit back and enjoy one of the most influential texts on theological thought around Tamriel!
We look at the Five Songs of King Wulfharth, and see what it can tell us about the Nords and the Battle of Red Mountain, and what that conflict really is.
All the Truth in Sequence analysis episodes, compiled into one recording for your listening pleasure.
We look at the final volume of the Truth in Sequence. The books close with some cryptic comments about the nature of enlightenment in The Elder Scrolls, and some hints at some possibly ridiculously BIG plans Seht may have for the future.
This week on Written in Uncertainty, we look at Volume 11 of the Truth in Sequence. Lots of talk about reality and its purpose, alongside a whole bunch of philosophy. I think we avoided talking about The Matrix, although that may not have been a good thing.
This week on Written in Uncertainty, we look at Volume 10 of the Truth in Sequence. The trash talking continues, turning to the Psijic Order and to a degree the ancient Chimer. Doublethink and paradoxes are the order of the day, of course.
This week on Written in Uncertainty, we look at Volume 9 of the Truth in Sequence, which puts a fresh pair of eyes on the old metaphor of the wheel and the Aurbis, possibly hinting at CHIM too… Previous volumes: Volume 8 Volume 7 Volume 6 Volume 5 Volume 4 Volume 3 Volume 2 Volume… Continue reading Elder Scrolls Lore Book Analysis: The Truth in Sequence, Volume 9
This week on Written in Uncertainty, we look at Volume 8 of the Truth in Sequence, which paints Sotha Sil’s defeat of Mehrunes Dagon after Mournhold’s destruction in a new light. One that involves devotion and oil…
This week on Written in Uncertainty, we look at Volume 7 of the Truth in Sequence, which has quite a thing about wheels, circles, and how they kinda-sorta aren’t really moving at all.