I Experienced Complete and Utter Harmonization of the Third Eyeball With Author and Disinfonaut, Gabriel D. Roberts.

Author, fellow Disinfonaut and great beard-haver, Gabriel D. Roberts.

Author, fellow Disinfonaut and great beard-haver, Gabriel D. Roberts.

An exerpt from my interview with Author, fellow Disinfonaut and amazing beard-haver, Gabriel D. Roberts:

“… Let’s be honest, there’s a lot to hate, especially from fundamentalist perspectives… It’s hard to break out of it and once you do, you violently oppose it because you recognize that you were under a spell… I didn’t know what to do and I didn’t know where to go and directly from there, I went into a drug binge in which I was trying to bury my feelings… But, what I’ve found is whatever you want to call ‘God’ it’s much bigger than the things that are in these little books…”

You know those beautiful and rare occasions where you speak to someone for the first time and find that your personal philosophies seem to line up almost completely?  For me, Author and fellow Disinformation contributor Gabriel D. Roberts was one of those people.  It was exceedingly simple to cut right through the bullshit and get to the meaty, existentially significant heart of the conversation.  He shared some deeply personal anecdotes about shunning his fundamentalist upbringing, a transcendent psychedelic experience that changed his life forever and how he and his son have become a dynamic remote viewing duo (you can listen here).

In his latest book, the Quest for Gnosis (go buy it), Roberts chronicles his eclectic conversations on spirituality with counterculture intellectuals like Graham Hancock, Rupert Sheldrake, Daniele Bolelli, Dr. Rick Strassman, Disinfo’s own Matt Staggs and many more.

Join me in supporting this fellow Disinfonaut by checking out his book and our conversation!

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  • http://www.sacredgeometryinternational.com/ Camron Wiltshire

    Listening now. Kudos Gabe and Michael!

  • Ted Heistman

    That is an epic beard…

  • Ted Heistman

    I love that making love analogy. I guess I feel uncomfortable talking more than I do about my personal experiences of gnosis, because of all the shysters’s I have met in the course of my life. However I am really glad that many of the people featured in this book have shared what they have.

  • Ted Heistman

    Christian Fundamentalists are fucked up. Its really ridiculous and embarrassing. I mean just in terms of creationism alone, with the Kenn Ham B.S. But also just the idea of everyone else going to Hell, is just so egregious. After I left (actually was excommunicated from ) the Baptists, I think I was still naive. I decided to get serious about Buddhism. That’s when I got pissed off, actually. I was more bewildered, than anything when I left Christian Fundamentalism. I left Buddhism pissed off. Pissed off at the superstition, and the Hierarchy and the giving away of ones power and the adoption of Asian names and styles of dress and all the equally egregious bullshit.

    Organized religion is all equally fucked up, its just that for Westerners, Asian religions bring a sense of novelty. And organized Paganism in Europe prior to Christianity was fucked up too. Its was very brutal and hierarchical, people don’t want to admit it but it was. The Vikings were assholes. They kept slaves and practiced human sacrifice. Not that there isn’t wisdom to be gleaned, personally there is for me.

    I am a really horrible follower. But at the same time I guess I give people a lot of slack for being partly full of shit, because there is a kernal of truth in all these paths.

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