Alex K. Gearin, Ph.D

When a Cambridge University researcher took a famous ayahuasca shaman to his first cinema experience, the Yaminahua shaman José Choro concluded that the cinema “was not as good as strong shori (ayahuasca)”.1 For the shaman the psychedelic brew ayahuasca was somewhat similar to cinema. In fact, ayahuasca is casually referred to among indigenous people of the Amazon as the “cinema of the jungle.” continue reading.

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