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Bloodletting with Peter Gorman

In the words of Dennis McKenna, Peter
Gorman has "been way, way beyond the chrysanthemum on many a dark jungle
night." Gorman's long awaited book Ayahuasca in My Blood: 25 Years of
Medicine Dreaming tells the story of his long, deep relationship with
ayahuasca. This book review, and an interview with the author, sets up camp to
explore the edges of an astonishing journey.

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Shamanism is the Technology of the Spirit — an Interview with Mark Plotkin

One of the greatest breakthroughs in 20th century medical science came
from a
preparation used to shoot monkeys down from the tops of trees. Naked
"primitives" turned out to be master chemists
whose muscle relaxant revolutionized the practice of surgery. Many experts claim the rainforests continues to promise cures. Have
we
exhausted Nature's cornucopia? Or are we wearing blinders that prevent
us from
seeing them?

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The Nutritional Value of Worm Droppings

"What's permaculture?" I asked. He responded: "It's about sharing with other people and learning to live in harmony with the land. I guess it's a little like survivalism, but with a sense of responsibility to nature and humanity." I liked that idea.

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Buried Alive in the Desert

[Must Not Sleep] • "All this is for your own good. You need to go on a vision quest, baby boy. You need to firm up, become a man. You've been coddled for too long." Episode 12 of the novel Must Not Sleep, a transformative ride through shamanic space.

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Family Doin’s

"What about it, Mister Healer-Dealer? Can you strut
your healin' stuff? Got me a bad knee, shoulder ain't right, arrowhead been
stuck in my leg for ten years, teeth gone or rotten, sluice line to my gut
plugged up. Not only that, but I'm spiteful with bad notions." A story from the new novel, The Drop Edge of Yonder.

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Mapping New Lands Amidst Daemons

[Daemonic Dispatches] • An introduction to the column "Daemonic Dispatches," which aims to describe with the cartographer's discerning eye and interpret with the mythographer's spirited clairvoyance the new daemonic lands breaking in upon human consciousness. . . in the spirit of the classic cartographers Samuel de Champlain and Charles Fort.

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