Episode 248: a story of living and dying

In this episode we will once again talk with Jacques Olivier who is going to tell his very interesting life story. Among many things Jacques is a musician and former caretaker of Terence McKenna’s house.

Check out the first time Jacques appeared on the podcast: Episode 56

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Episode 247: coming out

In this episode my guest is David Grillot who is one of the founders of the Thank You Plant Medicine global "Coming Out" campaign. On the 20th of February 2020, tens of thousands of people will “come out” on social media worldwide with their stories of personal transformation, using the hashtag #ThankYouPlantMedicine.

If you want to know more about the event check out the FB-page or the website.

For those interested in the talk by Jeremy Narby that we touch upon in this episode check out Episode 242.

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Episode 246: make earth green again

It’s the last Sunday of the month and time for another pre-recorded talk. In honor of the climate strikes around the world we’ll do something a bit different this time with a mix of Terence McKenna, Greta Thunberg, Jeremy Narby and Donald Trump.

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Episode 243: it's got to be a joke

In this episode I’ll be discussing the podcast, before we listen to a talk by Oliver Sacks. In this talk Oliver Sacks brings our attention to Charles Bennett syndrome, which is when visually impaired people experience lucid hallucinations. This talk was lifted from TED.

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Episode 242: white vampires (aya 04)

This is the fourth and final part of a four part mini-series recorded at the World Ayahuasca Conference in Girona, Spain. In this part we are going to spend time with anthropologist and author Jeremy Narby. Check out his amazing books The Cosmic Serpent and Intelligence in Nature.

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Episode 241: time travel

It’s the last Sunday of the month and as always we’ll listen to a pre-recorded talk. This time the bard Terence McKenna is going to take a closer look at time travel. This talk was lifted from the Psychedelic Salon.

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Episode 240: bits and bobs

In this episode I’m going to answer some messages I received from my dear listeners, and I’ll be discussing life, sobriety and the cult of outrage.

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Episode 239: ethnopharmacology (aya 03)

This is the third part of a four part mini-series recorded at the World Ayahuasca Conference in Girona, Spain. In this part we are going to spend time with Dennis McKenna.

Dennis McKenna is an ethnopharmacologist, research pharmacognosist, lecturer and author. He is the brother of well-known psychedelics proponent Terence McKenna and is a founding board member and the director of ethnopharmacology at the Heffter Research Institute, a non-profit organization concerned with the investigation of the potential therapeutic uses of psychedelic medicines.

In this episode, apart from the interview, you’ll also get to hear Dennis talk about the book he was involved with called Ethnopharmacologic Search for Psychoactive Drugs: 50 Years of Research (1967-2017). Check out the book here: www.espd50.com

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Dennis McKenna taking a well deserved break.

Dennis McKenna taking a well deserved break.