“In a very real ‘you are what you eat’ sense of the word, psycho‐active plants are us and we are them. Contacting the other is just a mirror, but looking within may surprise us by its strangeness‐‐yet concomitantly reassure us with its primeval been‐there‐done‐that familiarity and amplitude. For nature’s pharmacy reaffirms the ecstatic core that is at the fruitful heart of every compassionate religion and every human impulse leading outward, feet planted and hands extended, to greet our celestial siblings on some future shore.” ‐‐Jay Mandeville.

ON From Ark to Microchip | February 27, 2013 | 6:30 pm

Contacting the Other: Amazing Psychotropic Tales

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“In a very real ‘you are what you eat’ sense of the word, psycho‐active plants are us and we are them. Contacting the other is just a mirror, but looking within may surprise us by its strangeness‐‐yet concomitantly reassure us with its primeval been‐there‐done‐that familiarity and amplitude. For nature’s pharmacy reaffirms the ecstatic core that is at the fruitful heart of every compassionate religion and every human impulse leading outward, feet planted and hands extended, to greet our celestial siblings on some future shore.” ‐‐Jay Mandeville.

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