Psychedelic Shamanism: The Cultivation, Preparation, and Shamanic Use of Psychotropic Plants

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Loompanics Unlimited, 1994 - Medical - 155 pages
From the author of The Hydroponic Hot House comes the boldest exploration of psychedelic plants since Terence McKenna's Food of the Gods. DeKorne is a "psychonaut" exploring the "imaginal realms" through Personal experimentation and scholarly research. He guides the reader through the history and lore of psychotropic plants, with advice on how to handle the eerie "Entitles" one encounters in "hyperspace". Plants and covered include: Belladonna Alkaloids; Acid Amide; Mescaline; Ayahuasca; DMT from Plants; Psilocybin; and more.

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A very good and clear book about modern shamanism with the use of psychedelics as main theme. Jim DeKorne explains his vision about the things in life, and how he experience this with the help of ... Read full review

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