How Did Ayahuasca, Indigenous Diversity and Conservation Become Commodities in the Amazon?

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Another Aspect of Reality: Maria Nys Huxley’s Influence on Psychedelic History

Andrea Ens Aldous Huxley’s 1954 classic The Doors of Perception is one of the most famous texts in the history of psychedelics. In this book, Aldous describes his […]

Why California’s Future Psychedelics Legislation Should Start with Decriminalization of All Drugs

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Facilitating MDMA Therapy as a Treatment for PTSD with Marcela Ot’alora G

Maria Mocerino Marcela Ot’alora G has been facilitating MDMA for over 20 years and ketamine-assisted psychotherapy for three years. Originally from Colombia, Marcela was first introduced to MDMA […]

Social Justice Means Decriminalizing All Drugs, Not Just Psychedelics

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Kin Spruijt: A Psychedelic Nurse in a Dutch Psychiatric Clinic

Stephen Snelders Since at least the 1840s psychiatrists have administered psychedelics to treat their patients. From the 1950s onwards this happened with an increasing appreciation of […]

Coronavirus, Ayahuasca, and Indigenous Resilience

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Psychedelics as Political Players and Literary Agents with Nicholas Powers

Maria Mocerino It was the opening line of Nicholas Powers’ talk at the Horizons Conference in 2019. The novelist, journalist, and poet had a soft spot for theatrics. […]

Niños Santos, Psilocybin Mushrooms and the Psychedelic Renaissance

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The Cost of Omission: Dr. Valentina Wasson and Getting Our Stories Right

Amy Bartlett and Monnica T. Williams Stop us if you’ve heard this one: ambitious, brave, and pioneering white man travels to Mexico in the 1950s and […]

Psychedelic Scientists Should Honor Indigenous Plants and Traditions

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Growing Up with Sacred Plants

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Empowering Queer, LGBTQ, and Two-Spirit Voices in Psychedelics with Marca Cassity

Maria Mocerino Marca Cassity is a two-spirit trauma therapist who specializes in Native American and queer-related trauma. As Cassity grew up on the Osage reservation in Oklahoma in […]

Hate & Social Media in Psychedelic Spaces

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