The Double Shadow: A Clark Ashton Smith Podcast

Episode #29: “The White Sybil”

This week, we follow Tortha the poet as he follows “The White Sybil.” Surely, the doom of Hyperborea is nigh.

Illustration of the White Sybil moving onward into the snow as our protagonist attempts to follow her.
From the Eldritch Dark.

Our reader this week is @CrowGirl42.

Join us next time as we discuss “The Seven Geases” with Jason Thompson.

Music credits:
Int.Elect – Last Day on Earth
Int.Elect – Call Me Back
Int.Elect – On an Edge
Int.Elect – When Day Becomes Night
Int.Elect – Epiphany

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  1. Justin_in_Oz says:

    With respect to Austral, it is sounthern. It is from Latin, it is the opposite of Borealis. So as you know Hyperborea – the extreme north. The northern lights are aurora borealis. The southern lights are aurora australis. Occidental is western as oriental is eastern. Orient- to rise. So where the sun rises. Occident-to go down, you can figure out the last bit.

  2. Mindlink says:

    I think Uranian in the context of this story is actually referring to the planet Uranus. Note how he capitalizes it every time.

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