After surviving an attempted cult sacrifice, Jason Fenix finds himself entangled in the affairs of a secret, government organization that is responsible for handling paranormal, esoteric and occult activity. Unable to recall the past eight months, Jason must work together with Special Agents Elijah Long and Alexandria Watts, in order to solve the mystery behind his missing memories.
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Following a sketchy lead provided by Layla, the Technomancy Unit makes their way to Las Vegas to search for an Immortal named Quinn. However, as per usual of their luck, things never go the way they plan. more
Everyone has skeletons in their closet that they refuse to talk about. And when Elijah receives a less-than-welcome visitor from his mysterious past, he’s forced to confront that darkness head on. more
Somewhere in Canton, Mississippi, there are cases of miraculous recoveries and overnight phenomena occurring with no rhyme or reason. What could be the cause behind these strokes of good luck? It’s up to the Technomancy Unit to find out. more
Well acted and intriguing plots. Some wonderful voices.
Minimal on sound design and score but benefiting from a great cast, distinct characters and slow but intriguing world-building, The Technomancy Project operates on surface level like an X-Files monster of the week show. However, It's the underlying connected mystery, which continually deepens our character understanding via each reveal, that was most compelling. The chemistry between the main trio is the show's strongest point. The characters's development is done steadily at times comically but... more
Every inch of the Technomancy Project is solid and it makes for a very satisfying listen. There’s a nice variety to the monster-of-the-week plots: haunted house, aliens, demon possession, workplace audit, etc. and the show is adept at bringing in the humor and the horror when it is called for. Also, the little bits of continuity from episode to episode snowball into an intriguing season ending. more
The Technomancy Unit is an X-Files-like team of investigators/responders. Elijah is the trigger-happy sorcerer who takes the lead on all magic work. Allie is the genius scientist. Both of them are amoral narcissists who treat their co-workers with contempt. Enter Jason, a hapless congenial everyman, whom they rescue and then also proceed to treat with contempt. more
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The Technomancy Project launched 2 years ago and published 23 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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