Delic Radio. Hello, hello, hello. It’s Thursday, March 2020, March 22nd, to be exact. (singing). All right. I’m going to light it up. I’m going to have a little puff, puff of my special cannabis with a special paper that is so special, I can’t even tell you what it is. But you’ll find out …
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fetishization of the seen over the unseen impedes our ability to discuss viable
alternatives to the capitalist, mechanistic worldview pushed on us by
the media and what is laughably described as "education."
The crucial step now is to address the question of psychedelics and their impact on
culture from multiple critical, academic perspectives.
During my years traipsing around the Amazon, I had the opportunity to study with shamans and healers. Some were masters who worked with the ayahuasca vine. One of them, don Ramon, during his nighttime healing ceremonies, would load his pipe with jungle tobacco and turn to a patient and "sing his jaguar down from the tree."