Book Reviews

Book Review: VALIS by Philip K Dick

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Known for his books that eventually would become big-screen hits like Blade Runner and Minority Report, the author Philip K Dick in VALIS (Vast Active Living Intelligence), combines elements of autobiography, philosophy, science-fiction, Gnostic theology, psychoanalysis, and existential self-construction. Like the recently published Exegesis, it takes its origin in the need to understand and respond to the events of February and March 1974 (which Dick called 2-3-74). He was irradiated by a brilliant pink light […]

Gnosis

The Megas Aeon Podcast #5 – Alex Güldbeck & Michael Eleleth – The Laughing Jesus, Indigenous Traditions & Metaphysical Revolt

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In this episode, I interview Alex Güldbeck aka Rev. Illuminatus Maximus of GnosticJesus.com, formerly known as the Gnostic Friends Network. Michael Eleleth/Janus also joins me as the co-host, in one of the most interesting, fascinating and above all, hilarious discussions I’ve had on everything from: chaos magick, memes, Gnostic theology ala the Nag Hammadi and church fathers, psychedelics, shamanism, Thai sorcery, Buddhism, Philip K Dick, the new age movement, conspiracy theories, David Icke and the […]

Kabbalah

Blade Runner & Deus Ex: The Kingdoms of Technocratic Fallen Angels

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The replicants in the film “Blade Runner” based off of Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? are seen as pawns in a chess game of the human. Their entire existence is made to be used to serve us. Some might agree that this is unjust, and raises moral questions about what is considered a living being and what is considered a synthetic creation destined for slave labor. In the hit video game, […]