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Keeping the doors of the visionary experience open: A portrait of psychedelic artist Luke Brown   By Judith Sudhölter

Keeping the doors of the visionary experience open: A portrait of psychedelic artist Luke Brown By Judith Sudhölter

This article, by Judith Sudhölter, was originally published in the Psychedelic Press UK print journal (2013 Vol.2) A quiet Monday afternoon in an art gallery on the Servaes Noutstraat in Amsterdam. The white walls and wooden floor give a warm, homely background to the bright, often neon-like colours printed and...

Reverend Nemu wired up for some Psilocybin

Occupy, Anarchy, and the Apocalypse: An interview with Reverend Nemu

Hi Reverend Nemu, thank you for agreeing to answer some of our questions. Science Revealed, part 1 of the Nemu’s End series, has just been published. The whole project is concerned with the apocalypse, but not necessarily the ‘end of the world’ variety filled with fire and brimstone. Could you...

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Messiah apprehended at Heathrow

To the Manic Messianic Man, Clinical stages of type 3 [Jerusalem Syndrome] • Anxiety, agitation, nervousness and tension, plus other unspecified reactions. • Declaration of the desire to split away from the group or the family and to tour Jerusalem alone… • A need to be clean and pure: obsession...

Science Revealed

New book Science Revealed by Nemu out now!

It is with great pleasure that we can now announce the publication of Science Revealed by Reverend Nemu – Part I of the Nemu’s End Series. Science Revealed considers the apocalypse in science as discovery. Biographies of scientists including Tesla and Einstein reveal how our most groundbreaking ideas result not from...

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Science Revealed by Reverend Nemu to be published shortly

Science Revealed by Reverend Nemu is our first publication of 2014, and is setting the bar particularly high. The first part of the Nemu’s End Trilogy: The History, Psychology, and Poetry of the Apocalypse, will be released by the end of January. Exclusively available, and ready to pre-order, through the Psychedelic Press online bookshop. £6.99...

Mushroom and Mankind

Mushrooms and Mankind by James Arthur

Originally published in 2000 ‘Mushrooms and Mankind: The Impact of Mushrooms on Human Consciousness and Religion’ is written by James Arthur. The author is a long-time researcher in the field of ethnomycology and this book is short and succinct introduction to the relationship between humans and psychoactive mushrooms. The author...

Psychedelia Railway Gathering

Interview with entheogen writer Martin W. Ball

Martin W. Ball is an entheogen theorist and writer. He has been kind enough to answer some of PsypressUK’s questions ahead of a talk he is giving this month at the Hoxton Gallery, in London, concerning themes from his new book – All Is One: Understanding Entheogens and Nonduality. The talk...

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The Light from the Forest: The Ritual Use of Ayahuasca in Brazil. Special Issue of Fieldwork in Religion By Beatriz Caiuby Labate & Edward MacRae (Eds)

The Light from the Forest: The Ritual Use of Ayahuasca in Brazil. Special Issue of Fieldwork in Religion, Vol. 2 (Issue 3). By Beatriz Caiuby Labate & Edward MacRae (Eds.). London: Equinox Publishing (2006). Paperback. Pp. 218.ISBN 9787774548334 This special edition of the academic journal Fieldwork in Religion contains eight...

Entheogens and the Future of Religion

Entheogens and the Future of Religion by Robert Forte (Ed)

Originally published in 1997 by the Council on Spiritual Practices (CSP), this new edition of ‘Entheogens and the Future of Religion’ (2012) comes in the wake of other republished CSP editions, including ‘Spiritual Growth with Entheogens’ (2012). This collection of essays was edited by Robert Forte; a former student of...

Mushrooms Myth and Mithras

Mushrooms, Myth & Mithras by Carl A. P. Ruck, Mark A. Hoffman and Jose Alfredo González Celdrán

Originally published in 2011 ‘Mushrooms, Myth & Mithras – The drug cult that civilized Europe’ was written by Carl A. P. Ruck, Mark A. Hoffman and Jose Alfredo González Celdrán. The book continues the tradition of re-reading the history of religion in Eurasia in light of the entheogenic experience, which began in the...

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