Tom Hatsis believes that in the psychedelic renaissance we must separate the modern lore from authentic history, a task he takes up by dismantling the tired and inept “holy mushroom hypothesis” in articles, videos, books, and this podcast, with a particular focus on Santa Clause, Christian Drug Taking, Jesus, and the real history of Christmas.
We are now officially at 75 years of humans tripping LSD!!! To celebrate, I made this video talking about why LSD has been so meaningful to my life. I also share one of my favourite trip stories.
Magico-anthropologist, filmmaker, photographer, publisher and author Carl Abrahamsson is on the show to both expand and deconstruct occult magic and make it accessible to the modern world.
In this video, I explore some of the criticisms of Terence McKenna that have been showcased on my podcast, as well as my own thoughts on him and his ideas.
Rev. Danny Nemu takes us on a whirlwind adventure through the historical and pharmacological origins of Old Testament and outlines the path it took from hallucinogenic rituals by desert shamans to the dry crackers and social repression of the modern era.
Many people struggle with addiction their whole lives. Their story is one of (hu)man vs. addiction, and often, the story ends with addiction the victor. But what if that is not the way the story needs to be written? what is there is a way out that helps us suffering to reach into the root of our pain and find our love for life again?
I knew this was going to be an opportunity of a lifetime, not only for myself but for you as well! There was a unique dynamic between us that morning and I knew I wanted to catch it for you. Enjoy!
Watch Listen One of the great limitations, dare I say untruths, of the growing psychedelic renaissance, is the over prioritization of the Western scientific/medical model…
“ALD-52, also known as 1-acetyl-LSD, is a chemical analogue of lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD). It was originally discovered by Albert Hofmann but was not widely studied until the rise in popularity of psychedelics in the 1960s.” – Wikipedia
Kambo refers to the secretions of Phyllomedusa bicolor, aka the giant monkey tree frog. Originating in the Amazon Rain Forest, tribes have used the frog’s secretions as a medicine for a very long time. The secretions are placed onto freshly burned holes in the skin to generate a powerful purging effect.
Bruce Frederick Damer, Ph.D. (born 31 January 1962) is a Canadian-American multidisciplinary scientist, designer, and author. Dr. Bruce Damer collaborates with colleagues developing and testing a new model for the origin of life on Earth and in the design of spacecraft architectures to provide a viable path for expansion of human civilization beyond the Earth.
We welcome Gay Dillingham to the April full moon edition of ATTMind Radio. Gay is an award-winning filmmaker and the director of Dying To Know: Timothy Leary and Ram Das.
Chris Bennet joins us on the show to talk about the role Cannabis played in the early Abrahamic religions as the fabled Kaneh Bosm. Clearing up very old misinformation and carrying us from the historical origins of humilities relationship to Cannabis all the way the the pending national legalization of Cannabis in Canada. A wealth of extremely interesting and transgressive information, Bennet has got something special ATTMind Radio.