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Having Archaic and Eating It Too: Workshop

Written by: Terence McKenna
Narrated by: Terence McKenna
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Feeding back to the psychedelic community of Los Angeles, Terence McKenna delivers an hour of colorful and astounding transformations. He weaves a galactic tapestry of art-tickled articulations of the history and future of psychedelic alchemy, the government/culture clash, and the surging general ordering of chaos from UFOs to archaic shamanism. This recording will amuse anyone interested in subjects ranging from ecotourism to techno-junkies.

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  • Nevets
  • 24-07-22

good sheet

really good audio
happy to listen to.
Terence is high quality master listen.
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  • Jim Vaughan
  • 27-10-22

Quark, Strangeness and Charm…

Full of strange and mind expanding ideas this set of talks covers a huge range of topics regarding psychedelics. Strangely, it was less about the “Archaic Revival” than the “Wave Harmonic theory of History” based on the I Ching, which predicts patterns of novelty or change. If you love listening to McKenna, this is a gem, if you are new to his ideas, make sure to fasten your seatbelt!