“Please Write Up Your Work!”: Laura Archera Huxley as a Psychedelic Pioneer

Andrea Ens “If a person doesn’t do something either useful or beautiful, then one doesn’t have any right to take the oxygen of people and the […]

Coronavirus and Evolving Ceremonial Practice Among Ayahuasca Practitioners in the US

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Psychedelics in Soup Kitchens, Festivals, and Cyberspace Communities with Kwasi Adusei

Maria Mocerino Kwasi Adusei co-founded the The Psychedelic Society of Western New York, which quickly grew from a platform for psychedelic education to a community service organization, […]

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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