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Welcome to 'Psychedelics Bookstore 2'
I have collected still more titles and authors that have written
the use of psychedelics in transpersonal growth, spirituality and as a tool for higher consciousness.
The subjects are vast and many but I would like to spotlight these areas--such as :
the Huicol Indians (a peyote culture),
hyperspace, parallel unverse's,
identifying the "plants of the Gods"...
the mysteries of the unseen dimensions and spirit worlds
Basically the psychological, biological, physiological and cultural aspects of psychedelic drugs and experiences.
|Featured are the LSD family, marijuana and its botanical relatives,
peyote, mescaline and san pedro, psychoactive mushrooms,
the MDA cluster, yage and harmaline, ibogaine,
short-acting tryptamines (DMT, DET, DPT),
nootropics, and other psychoactive substances.
Each is treated with respect to its history, botany, pharmacology,
physical effects, mental effects, forms, sources, purity tests.
Included are biographies, updates, and bibliographies
for further research and studies.
Psychedelics Encyclopedia is the seminal reference work.
Please be careful--your mind is a precious thing.
& Love, Love, Love
"What does it matter to the dead, the orphans, and the homeless whether
the mad destruction is wrought under the name of totalitarianism
or the holy name of liberty or democracy?"
The Consciousness Revolution Continues!
Psychedelic - in ancient Greek - means "pure soul"
The Cultivation, Preparation & Shamanic Use of Psychoactive Plants
by Jim Dekorne
and the Future of Religion
by Robert Forte, Jack Kornfield, Terence McKenna, Ann and Alexander Shulgin,
Robert Jesse, Dale Pendell, Thomas Riedlinger, Thomas Roberts, Rick Strassman, Eric Sterling
Drugs, Einstein, and Elves :
Sushi, Psychedelics, Parallel Universes, and the Quest for Transcendence
by Clifford A. Pickover
Open the Head :
A Psychedelic Journey into the Heart of Contemporary Shamanism
by Daniel Pinchbeck
by Peter G. Stafford, Jeremy Bigwood
An Anthology of True-Life Psychedelic Adventures
by Charles Hayes (Editor)
Eminent Elders Explore the Continuing Impact of Psychedelics
by Roger Walsh (Editor), Charles S. Grob (Editor)
Boo Hoo Bible,
The Neo-American Church Catechism and Handbook
by Arthur J. Kleps
Krassner's Psychedelic Trips for the Soul
by Paul Krassner
A Psychedelic Reader
by John Miller (Editor), Randall Koral (Editor)
the diethyl amide of lysergic acid
and the Creative Process:
Based on the Groundbreaking Research of Oscar Janiger, M.D.
by Marlene Dobkin de Rios, Oscar Janiger, Rick Strassman
by Krystle Cole
The Complete Social History of LSD:
The CIA,the Sixties, and Beyond!
by Martin A. Lee, Bruce Shlain
Heaven: Lsd and the American Dream
by Jay Stevens
by Otto Snow
A hallucinogenic compound
obtained from the mushroom Psilocybe mexicana.
by Peter Stafford
Mushrooms Around the World
by Jochen Gartz
Mushrooms and Other Highs:
From Toad Slime to Ecstasy
by Paul Krassner (Editor)
Magic Mushroom Grower's Guide :
A Handbook for Psilocybin Enthusiasts
by O. T. Oss, O. N. Oeric
Mushroom of Visions:
Teonanácatl: A Sourcebook on the Psilocybin Mushroom
by Ralph Metzner
Mushrooms of the World:
An Identification Guide
by Paul Stamets, Andrew Weil (Introduction)
Teachings of Don Juan:
A Yaqui Way of Knowledge
by Carlos Castaneda
Teachings of Don Carlos :
Practical Applications of the Works of Carlos Castaneda
by Victor Sanchez
And Other Psychoactive Cacti
by Adam Gottlieb, Larry Todd (Illustrator)
The Divine Cactus
by Edward F. Anderson
Religion: A History
by Omer C. Stewart
The Huichol People
of the Peyote:
Huichol Indian History, Religion, & Survival
by Stacy B. Schaefer (Editor), Peter T. Furst (Editor)
The Sacred Journey of the Huichol Indians
Sings the Blue Deer
by Charmayne Mcgee
Huichol Indians wiith their amazing beadwork
About the Huichol Indians
Indians are a small tribe of approximately 15,000
living in central Mexico near Ixtlan in the Sierra Madre Mountains.
They are said to be the last tribe in North America
to have maintained their pre-Columbian traditions.
Huichol shamans and healers practice today as they have for generations.
In part, their survival is due to the focus of their traditions.
They have no
history of war.
Rather than training for war, they train their hearts
to open to the healing powers of love and to the celebrations of life through the seasons.
Because of this, they are famous for their strong ceremonial tradition,
rich mythology and incredible visionary artwork.
Primarily an agricultural people, the Huichols are dependent upon corn,
planting their fields along the steep slopes of their mountain homeland.
Corn is life for the Huichol Indians.
The yearly cycle of preparing the fields, planting, growing,
and harvesting the corn is surrounded by religious ceremony, as is all of Huichol life.
is a continuous cycle of ritual and devotional exercises
designed to help them stay connected to the Ancient Ones
-Tate Wari (Grandfather Fire),
Takutsi Nakawey (Grandmother Growth),
Kauyumari (our brother, the Deer Spirit),
and Tatei Yurianaka (Mother Earth),
The Huichols say that during ceremony,
they are inviting these spirits to come into the circle of life to be with them
- to help empower them and their families, and to help the universe stay in balance.
to learn more about the Huichol and their culture and art.
Please encourage the United
Nations to use the Huicholes
as a focus for the UN's, governments' and groups' future projects.
Contact the following people.
Ask them to help support the Huichol nation and their environment.
Anne Rogers (DESA United Nations) email@example.com
El Hadji Sene (FAO United Nations) ElHadji.Sene@fao.org
Tage Michaelsen (UNOG) firstname.lastname@example.org
Barbara Pratt (AFSCM) Barbara.Pratt@fao.org
Delfi Roca (APAPMA) email@example.com
Entering the new millenium,
the Huicholes are guided by a religious
belief system in place a thousand years ago,
at the beginning of the present millenium.
They recognize that a universal life force called "kupuri"
flows through all nature's creations.
All souls are linked.
These gentle people, who teeter on the verge of cultural extinction,
offer the world great wisdom as we approach the unknown future.
They advise us to recognize the fragility of the Earth and be stewards for life
that dwells upon it, to the seek the healing power in nature-- to be of one heart with all things.
Man must learn to share the tears of every living thing,
to feel in his heart the pain of the wounded animal,
the crushed blade of grass, they say, for:
is our flesh; the rocks, our bones;
The rivers are the blood of our veins."
by Jeremy Narby
by Jeremy Narby
The Native American Church
LIKE THE AIR WE BREATHE
COMES TO US COMPLIMENTS OF THE CREATOR
MAY IT ALWAYS BE SO
The use of 'sacrament' is contained within the community.
Any other use of this would not be a correct use of 'medicine'.
While it could be said that the whole world is a community, which is true,
it also can be seen that at the spiritual level this is not always true.
By being part of community there are conditions of coherent belonging.
There must be impeccability or a serious personal aim
in that direction toward one's personal community (Kiva).
Responsibility to your personal spirit/soul is a sacred relationship.
must be growing and alive in your everyday environment.
And as you know an understanding between the participants of a community is one of trust.
This trust is founded upon time spent together
and the shared effort of being one with the Creator as much as possible.
As you see,
the community is one of constant evolvement,
adjustment and renewing...
all of the statement --click the link below!
"This is the fire that will help the generations to come,
if they use it in a sacred manner.
But if they do not use it well,
the fire will have the power to do them great harm."
The Native American Church Website:
Peyote Way Church
30800 W. Klondyke Rd
Willcox, AZ 85643
Way Church is a Non-Sectarian Multicultural Experiential Peyotist
located in Southeastern Arizona, in the remote Aravaipa wilderness.
It is not affiliated with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints,
the Native American Church, or any other religions,
though we do accept that there is some truth in all religions.
Church membership is open to all races.
We have no Road man, Guru or High Priest,
and encourage individuals to create their own rituals
as they become acquainted with the great mystery.
We believe that the Holy Sacrament Peyote,
when taken according to our sacramental procedure and combined
with a holistic lifestyle (see the Word of Wisdom), can lead an individual toward a more spiritual life.
Peyote is a controlled substance and its religious use is protected by Federal law
only for Native American members of the Native American Church.
As Non-Indian Peyote use is only protected in five states : AZ, NM, CO, NV, and OR,
so that we have no access to Peyote where it grows in South Texas and Mexico, and as it is an endangered species,
we believe an essential and inseparable part of our religious practice is the growing and stewardship of the holy Sacrament Peyote.
The Peyote Way Website
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