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Entheologues: Conversations with Leading Psychedelic Thinkers, Explorers and Researchers By Martin W. Ball
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Entheologues presents a fascinating collection of interviews with top figures in the entheogenic field. James Oroc talks about God, 5-MeO-DMT, zero-point energy and the Akashic Field. Rick... More > Strassman discusses his new book and shares the surprising results of his DMT study, along with his hopes for an entheogenic research center. Jan Irvin and John Rush discuss the roles of psychedelic mushrooms and other visionary sacraments in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. In the final interview, Daniel Siebert gives a detailed history of Salvia divinorum. Completing the book, Martin W. Ball makes a strong case for the human right to entheogen use as religious sacraments. Was Jesus a psychedelic mushroom? Do DMT experiences send people into alternate realities? What is the legal status of entheogens for spiritual use? Why are there so many mushroom images in Christian art? Can 5-MeO-DMT bring about realization of God? These questions and more are answered in Entheologues.< Less
Entheologues: Conversations with Leading Psychedelic Thinkers, Explorers and Researchers By Martin W. Ball
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Entheologues presents a fascinating collection of interviews with top figures in the entheogenic field. James Oroc talks about God, 5-MeO-DMT, zero-point energy and the Akashic Field. Rick... More > Strassman discusses his new book and shares the surprising results of his DMT study, along with his hopes for an entheogenic research center. Jan Irvin and John Rush discuss the roles of psychedelic mushrooms and other visionary sacraments in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. In the final interview, Daniel Siebert gives a detailed history of Salvia divinorum. Completing the book, Martin W. Ball makes a strong case for the human right to entheogen use as religious sacraments. Was Jesus a psychedelic mushroom? Do DMT experiences send people into alternate realities? What is the legal status of entheogens for spiritual use? Why are there so many mushroom images in Christian art? Can 5-MeO-DMT bring about realization of God? These questions and more are answered in Entheologues.< Less
Psychedelic Music in San Francisco: Style, Context, and Evolution By Craig Morrison
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This investigation into the psychedelic music of San Francisco outlines its musical and cultural context and identifies key characteristics. The origins, development, decline, and revival of this... More > vibrant and innovative form of rock, which emerged in the mid-1960s, are traced through an original model of musical style evolution. Part of the research involved interviews with members of bands such as the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Country Joe and the Fish, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Moby Grape, and It’s A Beautiful Day. This is a book edition of a Ph.D. thesis for an interdisciplinary program in humanities. The approach blends music, history, and communication studies. Craig Morrison is a musician (guitar, keyboards, vocals) and is also the author of Go Cat Go! Rockabilly Music and Its Makers (published by the University of Illinois Press) and American Popular Music: Rock and Roll (published by Facts on File).< Less
Psychedelic Music in San Francisco: Style, Context, and Evolution By Craig Morrison
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This investigation into the psychedelic music of San Francisco outlines its musical and cultural context and identifies key characteristics. The origins, development, decline, and revival of this... More > vibrant and innovative form of rock, which emerged in the mid-1960s, are traced through an original model of musical style evolution. Part of the research involved interviews with members of bands such as the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Country Joe and the Fish, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Moby Grape, and It’s A Beautiful Day. This is a book edition of a Ph.D. thesis for an interdisciplinary program in humanities. The approach blends music, history, and communication studies. Craig Morrison is a musician (guitar, keyboards, vocals) and is also the author of Go Cat Go! Rockabilly Music and Its Makers (published by the University of Illinois Press) and American Popular Music: Rock and Roll (published by Facts on File).< Less
Summary & Analysis : How to Change Your Mind : What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us about Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence By Michael Pollan By Black Book
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Through the pages of How to Change Your Mind, you’ll experience an entirely new way of looking at the world and the way that things occur within the world. There are plenty of different... More > experiences out there that can and should be explored, and psychedelics could be the way that these experiences are best explored. Michael Pollan looks at different research that has been done throughout a range of different fields, including depression, addiction and “healthy normal” and seeks to find a way that psychedelics could be the answer to the question of how to change our world and improve our sense of “normal.”< Less
How to Change Your Mind - Summarized for Busy People: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence: Based on the Book by Michael Pollan By Goldmine Reads
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Michael Pollan wanted to research LSD and psilocybin and how it could provide relief to people suffering from conditions that are difficult to treat such as depression, addiction, and anxiety. This... More > didn’t intend to be his most personal book but, because of how these substances could improve the lives even of the people with mental health problems, Pollan began to explore the landscape of the mind from his own experience. A perfect blend of science, memoir, travel writing, history, and medicine, How to Change Your Mind serves as a participatory journalism that gives a gripping account of the world of understanding the mind, the self, and our place in the world. Pollan’s “mental travelogue” not only looks into psychedelic drugs but also the puzzle of the human consciousness and how it could set us in suffering and in joy—while doing our best of find the meaning in our lives.< Less
How to Change Your Mind - Summarized for Busy People: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us about Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence: Based on the Book by Michael Pollan By Goldmine Reads
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Michael Pollan wanted to research LSD and psilocybin and how it could provide relief to people suffering from conditions that are difficult to treat such as depression, addiction, and anxiety. This... More > didn’t intend to be his most personal book but, because of how these substances could improve the lives even of the people with mental health problems, Pollan began to explore the landscape of the mind from his own experience. A perfect blend of science, memoir, travel writing, history, and medicine, How to Change Your Mind serves as a participatory journalism that gives a gripping account of the world of understanding the mind, the self, and our place in the world. Pollan’s “mental travelogue” not only looks into psychedelic drugs but also the puzzle of the human consciousness and how it could set us in suffering and in joy—while doing our best of find the meaning in our lives.< Less
The Project MKULTRA Compendium: The CIA’s Program of Research in Behavioral Modification By Stephen Foster
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In the 1950s and 1960s, the CIA undertook a series of research and operational programs aimed at gaining control of human behavior, commonly known as mind control. The most famous and notable of... More > these was MKULTRA, which from 1953 to 1964 spawned 149 subprojects that developed and studied “a number of procedures for influencing and predicting human behavior by chemical and psychological means.” The intention for the techniques was to “have both defensive applications ... and offensive applications (e.g. the use of psychochemicals to control or discredit an individual).” The Project MKULTRA Compendium presents the results of investigations into these programs, offering views on the ethics and limits of medical research.< Less
Neurocomics By Timothy Leary
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**It was at the end of the seventies that Neurocomics (1979) was released in a print run of 10,000. It’s not even listed on the wikipedia entry of his works, and seems overlooked by most Dr.... More > Leary’s fans.**Timothy Francis Leary (October 22, 1920 – May 31, 1996) was an American psychologist and writer, known for his advocacy of psychedelic drugs. During a time when drugs such as LSD and psilocybin were legal, Leary conducted experiments at Harvard University under the Harvard Psilocybin Project, resulting in the Concord Prison Experiment and the Marsh Chapel Experiment. Both studies produced useful data, but Leary and his associate Richard Alpert were fired from the university nonetheless because of the public controversy surrounding their research. Leary believed LSD showed therapeutic potential for use in psychiatry. He popularized catchphrases that promoted his philosophy such as "turn on, tune in, drop out"; "set and setting"; and "think for yourself and question authority".< Less
Anthroposophia A different kind of love story One woman's psilocybin experience By Sandy Lundahl
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Sandy Lundahl lies on a couch, her eyes covered with a dark cloth mask and listening to classical music. An hour earlier, she had swallowed two blue capsules containing close to 30 milligrams of... More > psilocybin, the primary active chemical in Psilocybe cubensis and other "magic" mushrooms. Two experienced guides are with her: Mary Cosimano, a clinical social worker, and William "Bill" Richards, a scholar of comparative religion and a research and clinical psychologist. He's sitting cross-legged on the carpet in front of the couch, ready to help Lundahl--to help her remain focused on the scenes unfolding behind the mask. Lundahl's first psychedelic experience is taking place in the heart of the Behavioral Biology Research Center building at the Johns Hopkins Bayview campus in Southeast Baltimore. She's taking part in the first study of its kind since the early '70s--a rigorous, scientific attempt to determine if drugs like psilocybin can facilitate life-changing, transformative mystical experiences.< Less

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