Category: News & Events

Sharing the Wisdom of British and World Shamanism

Sharing the Wisdom of British and World Shamanism

Shamanic lands is a two day event exploring Shamanic consciousness happening on 6th & 7th of June at the Conway Hall, London. The Shamanic Lands is a two day interactive...

Wixaritari Shaman and Psychedelic Researcher Deliver Talk and Present Film at Passing Clouds

Wixaritari Shaman and Psychedelic Researcher Deliver Talk and Present Film at Passing Clouds

January 18 at Passing Clouds, London, will see a Huichol shaman: Mara’akame Paritemai, and psychedelic researcher: Dr. David Luke present a documentary film screening and discussion around the world’s oldest...

Good Intentions and the Road to the Amazon

A group of academics and others have published a letter expressing severe criticism of the methods and aims of the Ethnobotanical Stewardship Council (ESC), an NGO which has assumed the...

Cosmic Trigger – the play!

Having first shown in Liverpool last weekend, Cosmic Trigger the Play is being hosted by the Lost Theatre, Battersea, London – 26th – 29th November. Shedding her robes and her...

Launch of the Psychedelic Society in London

The inaugural meeting of the Psychedelic Society (PS) – Mainstreaming Psychedelics – took place in Conway Hall, London on November 3. Nearly 400 people, representing different age groups and backgrounds,...

Norman Baker’s Departure from Home Office ‘Won’t Distract Lib Dem’s Drug Reform Policy’

Norman Baker’s Departure from Home Office ‘Won’t Distract Lib Dem’s Drug Reform Policy’

Norman Baker, Liberal Democrat MP for Lewes, resigned yesterday as Home Office Minister for Crime and Prevention after four and half years in office, and has been replaced by fellow Lib Dem, Lynn...

Set Setting and Dose: What Next for UK Drug Policy? A Reading into the Comparative Study

Set Setting and Dose: What Next for UK Drug Policy? A Reading into the Comparative Study

The coalition government’s recently, if belatedly, published comparative study of drug polices in 11 countries makes for an interesting read, even if it says little more than drug polices are...