Category: Podcast

The Logos [formerly Gnostic] Media Podcast with host Jan Irvin. All podcasts are available for free for 6 weeks from the date of release, after which they’re available in the “Podcast Archive”.

John Major Jenkins interview – “The 2012 Meme, Part 2″ – #008

Originally released December 7, 2008. In our continuing investigation into the modern phenomenon of the New Age 2012 movement, I’m going to interview John Major Jenkins to discuss his work in his book Maya Cosmogenisis 2012. Last month in Podcast #004 –  The 2012 Meme,  I interviewed Prof. John Hoopes, who refuted the majority of…

Dr. James DeMeo interview – “Saharasia, Pt. 1″ – #007

What do sexual suppression, social violence, rape, child molestation, circumcision and warfare have to do with one another? You’ll be surprised. In this two part episode with Dr. James DeMeo we’re going to dig down into the deepest suppressed resources of the human psyche to find out. The information presented in this episode is essential…

Dr. Charles Grob interview – “Psychedelics, The Scientific Evidence” – #005

Charles S. Grob, M.D., is Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics at the UCLA School of Medicine and Director of the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. He conducted the first government-approved study of MDMA, and was the principal investigator of an international biomedical psychiatric research project in the Brazilian Amazon of…

Dr. Martin Ball interview – “Religious and Spiritual Freedom” – #003

In this episode I speak with Dr. Martin Ball about the spiritual use of entheogens, especially mushrooms and Salvia Divinorum, as well as religious vs. spiritual freedom. Do you think you have religious freedom? You’d better hear this show! Martin Ball earned his Ph.D. in Religious Studies with an emphasis on Native American religions and…

Prof. John Rush Interview – “Was Jesus A Mushroom?” – #002

Today I interview Professor John Rush regarding his new book Failed God: Fractured Myth in a Fragile World. This is the first academic book since the publication of John Allegro’s The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross (1970) that argues Allegro was correct – and provides ample support for the mushroom foundations of Judeo-Christianity. This is…