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Exile Nation: “Morpheus With A Mohawk”

The author befriends indie journalist and publisher Sander Hicks, who recounts the terrifying saga of Jim Hatfield, Vox, and George W. Bush, another truth odyssey that reveals the true nature of power, and the consequences of challenging those who wield it. Along the way, he discovers there is a serious field of study lurking behind the label of "conspiracy theory."

Souldish NYC: 7/30-8/15

This week on Souldish check out RS contributor Adam Elenbaas’s discussion about his newly released book, Fishers of Men: The Gospel of An Ayahuasca Vision Quest, CoSM’s Honoring the Divine Feminine and the Visionary Tattoo Arts Festival in Asbury Park, NJ.

Souldish NYC: 7/9-17

This week on Souldish is Tryptophantasia II on Saturday at The Wild Project followed by the Dream Machine after-party. There's also Transition Movement at the Genesis Farm, a free introductory lecture offered by the Modern Mystery School and several participatory drum circles.

Freedom Fast from Big Pharma

On this retreat in upstate NY, we will fast for three days, then re-introduce food gradually over the next three days, with the finest, organically grown fresh fruits, vegetables and seeds. July 16-23

Biochar: An Introduction

A very old technology — the production of
charcoal — in the hands of farmers throughout the world could become a major
player in the struggle to avoid the worst effects of global warm­ing.

Crumb and the Matriarchs

There's a lot to like in the work of Robert Crumb. How could I not love an artist so dedicated to portraying the bodies of real women? Now this defender of the flesh has produced an illustrated version of Genesis. The most interesting scenes revolve around struggles over vestiges of goddess worship, for clearly these stories are about a people in transition. This is where Crumb's work becomes important.

Sustainability: The Five Core Principles

The increasing popularity for "sustainability" has led to growing ambiguity about the concept. The set of five Sustainability Principles proposed here, inspired by the work of Buckminster Fuller, is offered to restore some rigor to our thinking in this vital area.

A Return to Being Human

We follow a reductionist model of human beings as self-seeking, selfish, almost robotic, creatures. We need to value the wholeness of being human and apply this in our relationship with the world.

Pregnant With Meaning

Whether a naked Sheela-na-gig flaunting her enlarged vagina or a Madonna protecting her swollen belly with layers of reticent robes, feminine icons defy our inclination to identify the one "correct" reading of an image. They require us to employ multiple readings, a skill that is vital to feminist inquiry and, perhaps, to our very survival.

Entheogenic Spirituality as a Human Right

U.S. law sees "freedom of religion" as referring primarily to the freedom to believe and secondarily to the freedom to practice. However, something sorely missing from our legal protections is any recognition of the significance of direct spiritual experience itself, including with sacred plants.

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