Quick Note: The New York Times and Entheogens

Hamilton Morris

Entheogens, psychoactive substances used in "a religious, shamanic, or spiritual context," once popularly known as "psychedelics," are often sensationalized, misunderstood, and are usually banned from being used legally. Despite the United State's policy of religious freedom, there are only two instances where entheogens have been able to win legal protection (peyote for Native American ceremonial purposes, and  ayahuasca by the União do Vegetal). So any attempts to demystify and contextualize th … [Read more...]


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