Member 3017
3 entries
9523 views

 RSS
Contributor to project:
What happened to nature?
(M)
US
Immortal since Feb 21, 2012
Uplinks: 0, Generation 3

An Archaic Revival - my blog
Cosmic explorer, fascinated by the structure of reality at all scales and perplexed by the invisible landscape awaiting anyone who dare explore it. I focus my study on the science of mind through psychology, chemistry, physics, and philosophy. I believe that psychedelics hold one of the greatest mysteries in this existence, particularly the biological forms of tryptamine hallucinogens. Banner art by Toby Verhines http://www.tobysverhines.com/
  • Affiliated
  •  /  
  • Invited
  •  /  
  • Descended
  • OneQuantaAway’s favorites
    From gamma
    New finding about...
    OneQuantaAway’s project
    What happened to nature?
    How to stay in touch with our biological origins in a world devoid of nature? The majestic nature that once inspired poets, painters and...
    Now playing SpaceCollective
    Where forward thinking terrestrials share ideas and information about the state of the species, their planet and the universe, living the lives of science fiction. Introduction
    Featuring Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames, based on an idea by Kees Boeke.

    year unknown

    Contains first-hand accounts of some of the Western world's first interactions with many of the major plant hallucinogens of the meso and southern Americas including Ayahuasca, Peyote, Psilocybe mexicana, and DMT snuffs (virola snuffs). This is a primary source of the bedrock of modern hallucinogenic research which coupled up with the burgeoning field of organic chemistry in the 1940s and 50s.
      Promote (1)
      
      Add to favorites
    Create synapse
     
    This is a link to a database of peer-reviewed research on all manner of psychedelic and psychoactive compounds.

    http://www.beckleyfoundation.org/librarycontents.html

    Courtesy of the Beckley Foundation
      Promote (2)
      
      Add to favorites
    Create synapse
     
    I would like to start off with a link to a website familiar to many and useful to all. This website contains a wealth of information on psychoactive compounds, natural medicines, chemical culture, scientific research and spiritual culture.

    https://www.erowid.org

    The intrepid website explorer will find links to information on many intellectual luminaries as well as peer-reviewed information and valuable resources. Some further digging will end you up reading William Blake and listening to Alexander Shulgin describe the human-chemical interface.
    But those are other links for other times.
      Promote (1)
      
      Add to favorites
    Create synapse
     
          Cancel