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Logos Media (Formerly Gnostic Media) is open-source, independent media.



Topics of investigation include: education and the 7 liberal arts (the trivium and quadrivium), mythology, theology, mind control and MKULTRA, family, archaeoastronomy, politics, economics, philosophy, physics, consciousness, diet, health, law and natural law, human rights, and much more...

Logos Media (formerly Gnostic Media) Jan Irvin

    • Society & Culture
    • 3.9, 143 Ratings

Logos Media (Formerly Gnostic Media) is open-source, independent media.



Topics of investigation include: education and the 7 liberal arts (the trivium and quadrivium), mythology, theology, mind control and MKULTRA, family, archaeoastronomy, politics, economics, philosophy, physics, consciousness, diet, health, law and natural law, human rights, and much more...

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
143 Ratings

143 Ratings

hopelessdreamer ,

Hmmmmm...

It's hard to listen because Jan keeps interrupting. The info makes for fascinating discussion that makes me wonder how much of it is true, though I've heard some of those things before. Much of it makes sense- the breakdown of the family, for example, which I have also associated with the breakdown of society, adding now the mind control stuff; how sad it is to think there's people who are so heartless and cruel to do those things and worse. I have to take this stuff in small doses, but it sure makes me wonder.

filmingandfarming ,

listening and learning for 10 years THANK YOU!

10 year listener of Gnostic and now Logos Media - though I may not agree with everything postulated, the research, method and interpretation presented has helped me grow and think more critically. And if Jan finds discrepancies in his own work from the past he is quick to correct his position with his new discoveries. He does sometimes spend precious time feeding the trolls out of frustration, but its a minor inconvenience within the flow of knowledge.

smegface ploppylumpkins ,

Mind blowing!

If all you do is listen to the “Laying the Dead to rest” and “The secret life of burners” you’ll be doing yourself a favor.

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