Teonanácatl Over Contributors Share Their Expertise On The Chemical, Biological, Cultural, Psychological Experiential Dimensions Of Psilocybin Mushrooms Teonan Catl Was The Name Given To The Visionary Mushrooms Used In Ancient Mesoamerican Shamanic Ceremonies, Mushrooms That Contain Psilocybin, The Psychoactive Agent Identified By Swiss Chemist Albert Hofmann, The Discoverer Of LSD The Rediscovery Of These Visionary Mushrooms Thru The Mazatec Healer Maria Sabina By Mycologist R Gordon Wasson Ignited A Worldwide Mushroom Culture That Inspired The Consciousness Revolution Of The S This Book Describes The Consciousness Expanding Experiences Of Psychoactive Mushroom Users From Artists To Psychologists The Healing Visionary Inspiration Received It Provides Sthand Accounts Of Studies Performed In The Harvard Psilocybin Project, Including The Concord Prison Study The Good Friday Study It Describes How The Use Of The Psilocybe Mushroom Spread From The Mountains Of Mexico Into The USA, Asia Europe By Seekers Of Consciousness Expansion It Also Details How Psilocybin Has Been Used Since The S In Psychotherapy, Prisoner Rehabilitation, The Enhancement Of Creativity The Induction Of Mystical Experiences Is Being Studied As A Treatment For Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Ralph Metzner Ph.D was an American psychologist, writer and researcher, who participated in psychedelic research at Harvard University in the early 1960s with Timothy Leary and Richard Alpert later named Ram Dass Dr Metzner was a psychotherapist, and Professor Emeritus of psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, where he was formerly the Academic Dean and A

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  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Teonanácatl
  • Ralph Metzner
  • English
  • 17 September 2018
  • 9781594770449

10 thoughts on “Teonanácatl

  1. says:

    This book is divided into two parts following a lengthy overview by editor Metzner The first contains objective essays by experts in their disciplines approaching the subject from a variety of angles including the botanical, the ethnographic, the psychological and the chemical I found these essays and the introductory essay illuminating, especially that about brain chemistry The second part consists of a lot of personal remiscences about relevant drug experiences With a few exceptions I found this part tedious and repetitious Some of the experiencers overlay a great deal of New Age mumbojumbo.

  2. says:

    Though there s not much new here for a mushroom nerd, this is still a great book filled with informative essays on the history, chemistry, and ethnobotany behind fungi as well as a sampling of trip reports Light on the woo woo and heavy on the info Great for anyone new to and or curious about psychedelic mushrooms.

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