Gnostic Media

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Gnostic Media
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Type videos, podcast, articles
Purpose Alternative media

Gnostic Media Research and Publishing is an alternative media platform, associated with American researcher Jan Irvin. The project has a wide scope of interests and seeks to uncover the objective truth by using the trivium method. Irvin is perhaps best known for exposing the counter-culture of the 1960s and the psychedelic drugs movement as a pseudo-revolution from above, manipulated by the CIA, MK-ULTRA and other parties. He has exposed the fact that Terence McKenna (a man whom he used to be a supporter of) was a CIA agent.

Irvin himself was once an advocate of psychedelic drugs and a kind of New Age philosophy, but came to renounce it and now exposes it. He had a strong focus on the works of John M. Allegro and R. Gordon Wasson. Irvin is particularly critical of Eastern religions, such as Hinduism, which he has stated that the elite use movements such as Theosophy to promote it in Western society, primarily to re-enforce a caste system. Gnostic Media also delves into areas such as diet and the problems with gluten. It has also criticised communism and Zionism.


  • Astrotheology & Shamanism: Christianity‚Äôs Pagan Roots: A Revolutionary Reinterpretation of the Evidence (2009)


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