Episode 209: onanya

In this episode my guest is director Paris Tume and we are discussing his documentary about the Shipibo: Onanya. To find out more go to www.onanya.org, also follow in social media on Facebook or Instagram.

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Music featured in this episode:

Pewdiepie & Party In Backyard


Episode 154: the fellowship of the river

In this episode my guest is Dr. Joe Tafur who has written a book called The Fellowship of the River, which documents a medical doctors exploration into traditional Amazonian plant medicine. Check out: www.drjoetafur.com

Music featured in this episode:

Yuin Huzami



Episode 123: n0thing

In this episode I am once again joined by shamanic explorer and author Matthew J. Pallamary. We are going to talk about his new book n0thing.

Music featured in this episode:

Jon Gonzales



Episode 119: terra incognita

In this episode my guest is Rak Razam who is the world’s leading ‘experiential’ journalist, writing about, and helping shape, the emergence of a new cultural paradigm in the 21st century. A writer, film producer and culture maker, he bridges the worlds of shamanism, consciousness and popular culture. Here are some related site connected with Rak Razam:





Music featured in this episode:

Woven Songs of the Amazon

Barrett Martin



Episode 96: from shock to awe

In this episode I am talking to the content producer Dr. Janine Sagert of the documentary From Shock to Awe, which is a feature-length documentary that will chronicle the journeys of military veterans as they seek relief from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder with the help of ayahuasca, MDMA and cannabis. 

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Episode 86: jan kounen

In this episode I travelled to the conference Sumiruna Awakenings in Bucharest, Romania. There I had the great pleasure of talking to film director and ayahuasca enthusiast Jan Kounen. Don't forget to check out his latest film Vape Wave and follow him on Twitter.

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Episode 67: ayahuasca research report

In this episode we are going to hear a talk by Dennis McKenna. For those unaware Dennis McKenna is the younger brother of Terence McKenna, and unlike his older brother, Dennis decided to take a less public path in life and dedicated his life to the scientific study of psychedelic plants. This talk is lifted from the Psychedelic Salon podcast.

Music featured in this episode:

Jesus (Eric Gaffney, co-founder of Sebadoh)