The Talk Gnosis crew discusses the 11th logion of the Gospel of Thomas, the incompleteness of the Gnostic scriptures, Gnostic cosmology, and ascent vision magic.
The Talk Gnosis crew continues their discussion with Ame Kesa Morghan on our attachment to objects, both specific and in general. We also talk about materialism and it’s relationship to Gnosticism and the world.
Ame Kesa Morghan joins the bishops to talk about the esoteric aspects of our clutter and possessions.
We could talk about books all day. In fact, there are days that we do just that. This is only an hour, but we talk about some really terrific books covering Gnosticism and esoterica.
There’s some audio interference at about the 11 minute mark, and it gets really bad about 12 minutes in. Sorry. Technology is hard. But it passes quickly.
In this episode we talk about the challenges of starting a Gnostic community, both in a college setting and more generally.
Msgr. Scott Rassbach joins the Talk Gnosis crew to talk about the archons. We also talk about the Jesus’s Wife fragment again, because news.
Jonathan Stewart joins the Talk Gnosis crew to talk about the Gnostic themes in the movie “Groundhog Day”
Deacon John DiGilio joins the Talk Gnosis crew once again, this time to discuss the “Gospel of Jesus’s Wife” fragment that has recently been found to be authentically old. Why don’t we care very much? We’ll explain our apathy in this podcast.
The conversation about critical thinking continues as the Talk Gnosis crew discusses objectivity and subjectivity when it comes to Gnosis. Also, spend at least 45 seconds Googling something before you post “facts” on social media.
Why is critical thinking important to a modern Gnostic spirituality? Isn’t Gnosis the only thing that’s truly important? Our guest, Bishop Dr. William Behun (in ecclesia Mar Thomas), of the Johannite Church, thinks that critical thinking is an essential component to Gnostic spirituality.