Jay on Afternoon Commute: Mythology, Gender Wars & Esoteric Transhumanism

The Afternoon Commute’s Hoax Buster’s Call invited me on their podcast for a hardcore discussion that ranges from mythology to feminism to transhumanism.  Topics covered in this talk include the following: Academia, Philosophy, Culture Creation and manipulation, Alchemy. The Hermetic Maxim, The Temple of Man, Egyptology, Theodor Adorno, The Frankfurt School, The CIA, Hermaphrodites, Eugenics,…

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First Hour: Jay w/James Kelley-Virilio, Critical Theory, Hindu Chariot Esoterism, Techno-Nihilism

As requested, James Kelley returns to discuss a cornucopia of esoterica, that can only properly be explained in a list.  Topics covered include: Paul Virilio, Dr. Joseph P. Farrell, dialectics, the topological metaphor, critical theory, triads, Hindu esoterism, ancient near eastern civilizations, Genesis 6 texts and their true meaning, Kurzweil and transhumanism, Kubrick films such as…


Jay on Laches, Lysis & Euthyphro – Courage, Friendship, Piety

In this partial talk, I pick back up with the Platonic corpus to delve into the next 3 dialogues dealing with the virtues.  Expanding on the method of the Apology, Socrates continues to examine the beliefs of the men of Athens in terms what, precisely, bravery, friendship and religious piety are.  The answers are quite surprising,…


Half Audio: Jay w/Patrick Henningsen – Germanwings, Yemen/Iran and Transhumanism

Patrick Henningsen of the Sunday Wire returns for a graduate-level podcast packed with hard-hitting geopolitical information you won’t find elsewhere. As a middle eastern veteran, Patrick’s analysis is not watered-down.  After discussing the recent plane fiasco, we move to the issues of Yemen and Iran, and then considerations of the expansion of artificial intelligence propaganda…

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Jay Dyer is a writer and researcher from the Southern US who obtained his B.A. in philosophy, while his graduate work focused on the interplay of literary theory, espionage and philosophy. His website, JaysAnalysis, is dedicated to investigating the deeper themes and messages found in our globalist pseudo culture, illustrating the connections between philosophy, metaphysics,…

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Mark Hackard – Dostoevsky and Strategies of Subversion

RedIceCreations Radio3Fourteen ‘Mark Hackard is an independent foreign policy analyst. He earned a BA in Russian Language from Georgetown University and an MA in Russian, Eastern European and Eurasian Studies from Stanford University. Mark’s online project The Soul of the East is to ensure the valuable aspects of Russian political and religious thought are made…


Jay and Shawn Helton of 21Wire: ‘Mass Media Lense of Terror’

Shawn Helton of 21stcenturywire.com and I discuss the film ‘Nightcrawler‘ as an emblematic work portraying the mass media complex and their psychical subversion.  Nightcrawler details the transformation of independent video news gatherer Lou Bloom from nerdy crook to psychopathic success-bound executive.  The film is thus a microcosm of how mass media psy ops and aesthetic…


PARASITIC PROWL: Analysis of the Hollywood Pyschodrama ‘Nightcrawler’

Guest Post: Shawn Helton 21stCenturyWire The Hollywood thriller Nightcrawler takes you on a dark ride through the seedy streets of L.A., as death chasing video-stringer’s hunt for the next story to sell. When you peel back the layers of the film’s plot – you see a haunting vision of American media, popculture and hidden meaning……

Bosch. Garden of Earthly Delights. Forms and Archetypes.

Plato’s Phaedo – Esoteric Analysis

By: Jay Phaedo is the dialogue of Plato that concerns Socrates’ final words.  The discussion revolves around a proposal by Socrates’ associates to defend his views of the afterlife and the immortality of the soul, followed by a counter argument by a Pythagorean, and a final rebuttal by Socrates before the recounting of his drinking the hemlock.  A great read, the…

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Terminator Series – Revelation of the Coming A.I. Takeover

By: Jay I’ll spare you any Arnold impersonations, as The Terminator impersonation is perennially the material of hack comedians. On the contrary, the Terminator series is one of the more profound examples of predictive programming, establishing memes and implanting preparatory ideas comparable to The Matrix. While The Matrix is the classic conspiracy-genre trope for “awakening”…


JaysAnalysis w Aaron Dykes: “The Techno Death Cult”

In this interview, Aaron and I discuss Bertrand Russell, the Fabian Society, the Cold War dialectic, breakaway civilization, and a selection of science fiction films Aaron found to be insightful, such as Snowpiercer, Soylent Green, and Zardoz. Check out Aaron and Melissa’s work here: http://truthstreammedia.com/ Download the audio mp3 here. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVEaFSr-jdTa_QE4PPSkVJw

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Plato & Dostoevsky (Pt. II)

Originally posted on The Soul of the East:
We continue Russian academic Vladislav Bachinin’s analysis of Fyodor Dostoevsky as metaphysician and his kinship to Plato, the pagan philosopher who illuminated classical man’s vision toward a higher world of immortal essences. What ultimately unites Plato and Dostoevsky is the former’s anticipation and the latter’s glorification, even…

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Plato & Dostoevsky (Pt. I)

Originally posted on The Soul of the East:
Fyodor Dostoevsky was more than just a writer; he was a penetrating philosopher and metaphysician who passed through the abysses of the spirit in search of divine perfection. In his work Dostoevsky: The Metaphysics of Crime, Russian scholar Vladislav Bachinin examines Dostoevsky’s kinship with Plato, the pagan philosopher honored…

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The Prestige (2006) – A Film About Revelation of the Method

  By: Jay The Pledge For most viewers, The Prestige was a film about rival stage magicians in the Victorian Era, alternately seeking to top one another in the dank climate of emerging industrial revolution and technological wonder.  Lord Caldlow/Angiers (Hugh Jackman) is the secret nobleman who has a flair for the art of illusion, while Robert…