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James Tunney, LLM, is an Irish barrister who has lectured on legal matters throughout the world. He is a poet, a scholar, and author of The Mystery of the Trapped Light: Mystical Thoughts in the Dark Age of Scientism plus The Mystical Accord: Sutras to Suit Our Times, Lines for Spiritual Evolution; also Empire of Scientism: The Dispiriting Conspiracy and Inevitable Tyranny of Scientocracy, TechBondAge: Slavery of the Human Spirit, and Human Entrance to Transhumanism: Machine Merger and the End of Humanity. His website is

Here he points out that the great science fiction writer, Philip K. Dick, was “more Greek than Geek” – meaning that he paid more attention to ancient mythological and theological traditions than he did to modern technology. He developed a friendship with the late Bishop James Pike, who wrote extensively about mediumistic communications with his deceased son. He also wrote about many varieties of alien intelligence, both friendly and hostile. Tunney emphasizes the importance of discernment in Dick’s writings.

(Recorded on March 5, 2022)


James Tunney, Ireland I Don’t Recognize Who She Is —

Published on March 23, 2022