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We live in a world of gnosis deferred. We have come to a point in our societal evolution where self-awareness and existential cognizance are scarce; and now more then ever, we are desperately struggling to reconcile the ethical, moral, political, and religious shortcomings of our global zeitgeist. The primary purpose of the Deferred Gnosis podcast is to bring together contrasting perspectives sourced directly from the fringe to deconstruct the preconceptions of our culture through the use of critical thought and passionate discourse. By relentlessly investigating the whys and wherefores most are unwilling to explore, we will grasp those fleeting eternal truths necessary to liberate us from the shackles of sedentary Belief. Although we indeed live in a mad world, we will unravel the pervasive madness by sharpening reason against the whetstone of radical thought. Deferred Gnosis is a monthly podcast, created by Shea Bilé and Matthew Johnson. The primary format of which is topic-driven discussion, with the occasional guest to weigh in on particular subjects. On every installment, we will devote a segment of the show to showcase underground music and art - the darker, the better. Welcome to the Deferred Gnosis podcast. This is not punditry - this is philosophizing with a hammer.

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I have had a reinvigorated interest in satanism due to a specific organization (see Ep.3 feat Reap). This podcast, especially the first 3 episodes, was a great "get your feet wet" source of information. I enjoy host and find myself somewhere in between the two. I have stayed a subscriber and only gave it 4 out of 5 due to infrequency.

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