Tagged: psychedelic

A Brief History of LSD in the Twenty-First Century

This article first appeared in the Psychedelic Press UK Journal (June, 2015 Volume III): An issue dedicated to the history and literature of psychedelics, and in particular LSD. Copies of which are available from the Psychedelic Press Shop here for...

Exploring Entheogens: An African Perspective – July 19, 2015 London

Syllabification: en·the·o·gen Meaning: generating the divine / god within  Noun: A natural chemical substance, typically of plant origin, that is ingested to produce an alternative state of consciousness for religious or spiritual purposes. ============================================================ You are invited to attend Exploring...

Sponsored Walk for Psychedelic Research

At a time when research with psychedelic medicines is beginning to rise to prominence once again, we feel it’s important to help support the charities that are making this important medicinal step – a step which will help address some...

A Pipe of Salvia

This is an extract from the novel Erin – featured in our latest journal – the book is available from both the Psychedelic Press UK bookshop and Amazon. Have I slept? I thought so, though I couldn’t be sure. My...

Bringing ‘The True Light of Darkness’ to life

There is always something extra-special about reading a book about magic mushrooms. The powerful, magical Psilocybe fungi has an incredible grasp on the psychonaut’s imagination. As a result, ‘mushroom discourse’ is among the most hotly debated in psychedelia – state...

New paper on psychedelic psychiatry, ecology and literature

Preparing the Gaia Connection  An Ecological Exposition of Psychedelic Literature 1954-1963 by Robert Dickins, author of Erin This paper, originally published in the European Kournal of Ecopsychology, investigates the extent to which psychiatrically-mediated drug texts, published in the mid-twentieth century, reveal...

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