Author and teacher John Lash is one of the foremost exponents of the power of myth to direct and shape an individual's life, as well as history itself. John is a lifelong student of world mythology, Tantra, Buddhism, Gnosticism, the pre-Christian Mysteries, alchemy, astrology, and naked-eye astronomy. He has traveled widely throughout the world and has lived in Japan, the UK, Greece, France, Spain and Belgium.
John's published works include The Seeker's Handbook: The Complete Guide to Spiritual Pathfinding, Twins and the Double, The Hero: Manhood and Power, and Quest for the Zodiac. John is co-founder and principal author of Metahistory.org, sponsored by the Marion Institute. In addition, John founded the Institute for Creative Mythology in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
A lifelong student of world mythology and the pre-Christian Mysteries, John Lash discussed the ancient Gnostic texts known as the Nag Hammadi, as well as the Gaia Hypothesis, Archons, origins, and calendars. First hour guest, paranormal investigator Dean Warsing talked about unusual aerial activity and UFOs he's seen through third-generation Night Vision goggles. ... More »Host: George Noory
Scholar and mythologist John Lash shared revelations about aliens and UFOs that he gleaned from his research of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Nag Hammadi texts. The Scrolls, he said, were written by an apocalyptic sect and contained numerous descriptions on the "hardware" side-- sightings of crafts and close encounters. ... More »Host: George Noory
In this rebroadcast from 3/19/05, author John Lash discussed Gnostics and Archons with Art Bell. ... More »Host: Art Bell
John Lash, an author, teacher, and lifelong student of world mythology, discussed what the Gnostics, a group of ancient pagan initiates, knew about aliens. According to Lash, the Gnostics had a sophisticated level of psychic awareness and practiced remote viewing of aliens. Unfortunately, much of their knowledge was lost because of a "massive and deliberate" destruction of their writings, he said. ... More »Host: Art Bell