If you have been following along for a while, well, you'll understand that is what I do occasionally.
Plus, I need a break from the heavy gloom and doom of war and killing, earth destruction, mayhem and madness.
Heard this interview on Gnostic Media and found it very interesting. It seemed now was a good time to share it.
Possibly because I recently gave it a relisten???
So, as always thanks to Jan Irving for this great interview!
"This episode is an interview with Miguel Conner, titled “Gnostic Heresy: The Voices of Gnosticism”
Miguel Conner is host of Aeon Byte, the only topical and guest radio show on Gnosticism and other heresies. He is author of the critically acclaimed Voices of Gnosticism, a series of transcripts of past guests and his own writings on Gnosticism.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (49.7MB) It is about an hour and a half in length
I piqued my interest enough to spend some time, actually quite a bit of time, over at Miguel Conner's site going through the shows that were available for listening.
If I may be so bold as to suggest listening to the series of interviews that started with
Entry 1- What Happens When we Die
Entry 2- Precognition or Remembering the Future
and continues on through to
Entry 13-The Pleroma or Zero Point Field
This series, which is collectively known as Schrodingers Diary, touches on quantum physics and brain function and all other manner of topics like Near death experiences and epilepsy.
In this series of interviews we are introduced to Anthony Peake and many other persons and topics.
The Schrodinger being referenced is, as I found out, is Erwin Schrodinger who formulated a decades-old paradox which has been used to relate complex quantum mechanics to everyday objects.
Speaking for myself, of course myself being the only one I can speak for, I found the whole series extremely thought provoking. Like I said, a mix of quantum physics, brain research and perhaps a different take on spirituality.
Or maybe you will think it a bunch of "gobbledeegook"
Whatever and whichever? I enjoy challenging my thinking and try to learn something new everyday.
If you do find the time to take this all in..... listen & let me know.
One more thing Miguel Connor is the author of this book.
A book that was on my wish list for Christmas and I did receive it. (thanks hubster!)
I think it will be quite an interesting read.