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Teleported to a Secret American Military Base

[Must Not Sleep] • "Stark naked, I wondered what would happen when I was spotted, but the military police made way for me as if I belonged. I paused, looking up at a banner which hung above the entrance: 'GRAB WHOM YOU MUST, DO WHAT YOU WANT.'" Episode 13 of the novel Must Not Sleep, a transformative ride through shamanic space.

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Kurtz in Birkenstocks

[Pilgrimage to Nowhere] • After five days at the Thai meditation retreat, I had yet to find a proper teacher. When I met Roger, I launched into a capsule version of my checkered spiritual past, the eclectic influences; my suspicion of organized religion. As best as I could, I described the harrowing quality of those early mystical experiences. "It was as if I had died," I told him. "You did die," he said with a big smile.

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Dear America, Are You Really Going To Eat That?

Calls to “be green” send mixed messages and leave consumers confused about their choices and, most importantly, their own health. Box after box of “organic” foods line the Whole Foods aisles, boasting claims that may or may not be accurate.

Gnosis: The Not-So Secret History of Jesus

Gnosis: The Not-So Secret History of Jesus

[The Electric Jesus] • Christianity originated in mystery schools where the rites of baptism, annointing, communion, and resurrection led initiates on a sacred path to inner knowing. But a sadistic emperor, literalist churches and 2,000 years of bad translations have covered up the origins of the greatest story yet to be told.

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Bad Boy Nietzsche: A Play

Friedrich Nietzche "is a man who sees the darkness, where other people think there is a light still shining." The story begins with the philosopher collapsing when he sees a horse being beaten on the street, and explodes as characters identified as the Child, the Cruel Man, and the Beautiful Woman enter the scene. The full text of this "mesmerizing tragicomic fantasia of a play" (The New York Times).

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