8 edition of Sacred Mushrooms found in the catalog.
June 8, 2006
by Ronin Publishing
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||192|
Sacred Knowledge is the first well-documented, sophisticated account of the effect of psychedelics on biological processes, human consciousness, and revelatory religious experiences. Based on nearly three decades of legal research with volunteers, William A. Richards argues that, if used responsibly and legally, psychedelics have the potential. Sacred Mushrooms & the Law is the only book covering the legal landscape underlying psychedelic mushrooms and their active principles. Written by Richard Glen Boire, an attorney specializing in the law of shamanic inebriants, this completely expanded and updated second edition provides practical tactical information never before accessible to the layperson.
Sacred Mushrooms and the Law is the only book covering the legal landscape underlying psychedelic mushrooms. All federal and state laws concerning mushrooms are . Volume 2 is a reproduction of Mushroom Book, Cage had no interest in mushrooms of the hallucinogenic variety and little time for those who considered them sacred fodder. “Nothing is .
Get this from a library! Sacred Mushrooms: Secrets Of Eleusis. [Carl A P Ruck; Recorded Books, Inc.] -- In the ancient world, men and women joined cults known as Mysteries to unite with the deities of the otherworld and achieve eternal life. The most important of the Mysteries existed for two millennia. The Sacred Mushroom was an American psychedelic rock and blues band from Cincinnati, Ohio formed in the late s by Timothy and Lawrence Goshorn. The band had Larry Goshorn on lead guitar and vocals, Danny Goshorn on vocals, Joe Steward on bass, Fred Fogwell on rhythm guitar and Doug Hamilton on drums.
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Yes, Mr. Allegro, psilocybin (especially cubensis) mushrooms can resemble a penis. Yes, there are undoubtedly thousands of references in antiquity to the mushroom as a penis. But Allegro becomes so fixated on the issue he may as well have called his book "The Sacred Mushroom Cited by: The Sacred Mushroom Book is all about the discovery of the magic mushroom to modern science, while Shamans knew all about it.
Strassman apparently worked for the US Government while discovering and experimenting with these mushrooms. Cited by: 5. Sacred Mushrooms book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
In the ancient world, men and women joined cults known as Mysteries /5. " this book is a must-have for entheogen and mushroom lovers alike.", Heads, Vol 6 Issue 07 "One gets the impression when finishing the Sacred Mushroom Sacred Mushrooms book Visions that the many dimensions of psilocybin offer humanity a truly wonderful gift; for personal experience, for scientific research, and as a light through which the environment Reviews: Yet today, the mushroom’s extraordinary influence is once again being felt by large numbers of people, due to the discovery of hundreds of wild psilocybin species growing across the globe.
In The Psilocybin Solution, Simon G. Powell traces the history of the sacred psilocybin mushroom and discusses the shamanic visionary effects it can induce /5(30). In this book, the author goes back to the roots of civilization in Sumeria to trace the use of psychedelic mushrooms as tools for divine revelation, and breaks down the original language of the Bible to show, among other things, the story of Jesus to be a thinly-veiled, word-play filled chronicle of merits of the sacred mushroom/5.
One of the Sacred Mushrooms book scholars that worked on the translation of the scrolls, John Allegro, subsequently published a book called "The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross." In the book, Allegro argues that early Christianity, as well as Judaism, is based on hallucinogenic fertility rites involving magic mushrooms.
When “The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross” was published, many Christians were angry, but there was also massive blowback from Allegro’s secular colleagues, who considered the book.
The mushroom cloud spread more derision than enlightenment. Underpinning The Sacred Mushroom is the idea that fertility was of fundamental importance to primitive religion, as it is to life.
Allegro set out this concept in a preliminary plan of the book, sent to the publishers Hodder and Stoughton Ltd., on Octo Conclusion – The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross. The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross is a fascinating book that gives compelling arguments around the origins of Christianity, which are linked to fertility cults, psychedelic plants, and hidden messages in their earliest texts.
Carlos Castaneda (Decem –Ap ) was an American author. Starting with The Teachings of Don Juan inCastaneda wrote a series of books that describe his training in shamanism, particularly with a group whose lineage descended from the books, narrated in the first person, relate his experiences under the tutelage of a man that Castaneda claimed was a.
Sacred Mushrooms: Secrets of Eleusis In his forthcoming book: THE HIDDEN WORLD: SURVIVAL OF PAGAN SHAMANIC THEMESS IN EUROPEAN FAIRYTALES, (forthcomingCarolina Academic Press) he discusses the persistence of pagan psychoactive religious rites encoded as fairytales and secret Christian heresies.
Dr.4/5(1). Many cultures of the world consider mushrooms to be sacred curers of sickness and givers of information. You’ve probably heard of the Amanita muscaria, that handsome red mushroom with white spots, or maybe even of the Psilocybe mushrooms of Mexico, so sacred they were called “God’s Flesh.” An intriguing but less discussed topic is the.
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The Sacred Mushroom. This book helps educate those who invalidate religious experiences that are generated by sacred plants. Recent research from John Hopkins using psilocybin (psychoactive mushrooms) confirms that a religious experience from these "entheogens" (the god within) are every bit as mystical as those derived from other sources/5(9).
The book Sacred Mushroom Rituals: The Search for the Blood of Quetzalcoatl, by Tom Lane, has several chapters on the author, his wife and a friend's experiences at her home in a velada with Maria Sabina and her daughter Appolonia.
The book reports on Maria’s musical tonal songs, poetic expressions, ventriloquy, incantations-and chanting. SACRED MUSHROOMS OF THE GODDESS AND THE SECRETS OF ELEUSIS by RUCK, CARL A.P.
and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Sacred Mushroom of Visions Teonan catl. Author: Ralph Metzner Publish On: This book describes in vivid detail the consciousness-expanding experiences of psychoactive mushroom users--from artists to psychologists--and the healing visionary inspiration they received.
I can honestly say that my reading of Allegro's book The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross very much changed my life. The book inspired my deep interest in researching further into comparative mythology, whereas before I had never really understood the 'point' of most of the complex tales, and the Bible I had always felt was utterly depressing.
Sacred Mushrooms and the Law by Boire, Richard Glen and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Read an Excerpt. Introduction Visionary Mushroom of the Americas Ralph Metzner, Ph.D. Maria Sabina related that she discovered the magical effects of the mushrooms when as a 7- or 8-year-old child playing in the woods with her sister, she ate some and found herself in a realm with lots of “children” (los niños), who talked to her and played with her with great good humor and : This book, like the one on Ayauascha, is edited by Ralph Metzner and is a collection of articles and essays on sacred mushrooms.
The content is a bit too clinical, two articles by. Mushroom Medicine: The Healing Power of Psilocybin & Sacred Entheogen History Brian A.
Jackson Genre: non fiction Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews Well A long title for a relatively short read, but it’s amazingly apt. Brian has a history of severe depression for which conventional medicine doesn’t seem to be working. He’s not /5(8).