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The Greekspeek Podcast is a series of audio recordings of previous live-streams, created with the aim of examining the puzzling state of the world, as well as to address its contradictions and fallacies. Hosted by The Arkon and The Greek, the Podcast is a complement to this website, and expands on the articles that have already been published here. You can listen and download them for free through the widgets below.

 

Episode 0: Introductions

This introductory episode of the Greekspeek Podcast presents The Arkon and The Greek, lays out their intentions for the series, and outlines the subject matter that will be discussed in future episodes.

 

 

Episode 1: Cosmic Censorship

The first episode of the Greekspeek Podcast sees The Arkon and The Greek further expand on the idea of Cosmic Censorship. What is it and what are its effects on mankind? Can it be mitigated, and what can human history teach us about its longstanding presence? Also, the most defining periods of modern history, such as the Enlightenment and the Renaissance, are re-examined in light of this censorship.

 

 

Episode 2: Mindset & Objectivity

In the second episode of the Greekspeek Podcast The Arkon broaches the subject of how we effectively make sense of the ourselves and the world. Is it through knowledge that one becomes enlightened, as many traditions and mystery schools have claimed, or are there more important considerations? The Greek elaborates on the significance of having the proper mindset, as well as how the objectively-minded person differs in his approach from his subjective-thinking counterpart.

 

 

Episode 3: Communication

The podcast returns for a third episode, this time to discuss the concept of “communication”, a broad subject that The Arkon breaks down into two sub-categories: “Language” and “Technology”. What are the prevailing forms of communication today and how do these affect the state of mind we see among the masses? What should we make of how institutions send out messages to the public, and can it shown that today’s populaces have been dumbed down by way of their communication tools? The Greek offers up some exposition on this and more.

 

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