The UK is banning all legal highs, a move that the “Psychedelic Society,” a group of people that advocate for a better understanding of psychoactives, believes is short-sighted and punitive towards young people.
A recent study strongly suggests that women display as much of a sex drive as men when the fear of judgment is eliminated, challenging the notion that women are inherently choosier than men due to biological factors.
Politics, colonialism, revolution, and war are not sufficient means to solve the self-destructive chaos into which humanity plunges more and more; it will have to be spiritually aware individuals who organize to guide people to peace, harmony, and joy-filled living.
In this lively and intellectually substantive journey, writer and historian Mitch Horowitz – whose occult walking tours have been called a “can’t-miss event” by Time Out – reveals the esoteric imagery and backstory of Grand Central’s design, on Oct. 10 in NYC!
In this Singularity 1 on 1 podcast, social activist, economist, futurist, and best-selling author Jeremy Rifkin speaks with Nikola Danaylov about capitalism, artificial intelligence, decentralized power and Bitcoin, and more.
The International Jean Gebser Society is pleased to announce it’s 44th annual conference. This year, it’s happening at the illustrious Judson Memorial Church Assembly Hall, NYC, just a few steps away from Washington Square Park.
M.J. Wayland returns us to 1892 for an interview with Frank Podmore of the Society of Psychical Research and co-author with Frederick Myers and Edmund Gurney the book “Phantasms of the Living” – one of the cornerstones of psychical research.
Society 3.0, a book originally written in Dutch by Ronald van den Hoff, has been newly updated and translated in English. Society 3.0 investigates the issues of modern society, and provides a roadmap for a cultivating a more collaborative future.