Psychedelic mystery traditions

spirit plants, magical practices, and ecstatic states
  • 271 Pages
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Occultism, Religious aspects, Magic, Hallucinogenic drugs and religious exper
StatementThomas Hatsis
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBL65.D7 H38 2018
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 271 pages
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26974637M
ISBN 101620558009
ISBN 139781620558003
LC Control Number2018001374
OCLC/WorldCa1020465760

The author investigates the magical mystery traditions of the Thessalian witches as well as Jewish, Roman, and Gnostic traditions. He reveals how psychedelics were integrated into pagan and Christian magical practices and demonstrates how one might employ a psychedelic agent for divination, magic, alchemy, or god and goddess invocation/5(5).

The author investigates the magical mystery traditions of the Thessalian witches as well as Jewish, Roman, and Gnostic traditions. He reveals how psychedelics were integrated into pagan and Christian magical practices and demonstrates how one might employ a psychedelic agent for divination, magic, alchemy, or god and goddess ed on: Septem The author investigates the magical mystery traditions of the Thessalian witches as well as Jewish, Roman, and Gnostic traditions.

He reveals how psychedelics were integrated into pagan and Christian magical practices and demonstrates how one might employ a psychedelic agent for divination, magic, alchemy, or god and goddess invocation.

Psychedelic Mystery Traditions is one of the best books I have read about psychedelics. The author discusses the uses of psychedelics throughout history. It's not just a book about plants that make you "trip balls". In the introduction Hatsis explains the differences between psychedelics and entheogens/5(5).

Psychedelic Mystery Traditions Description: A comprehensive look at the long tradition of psychedelic magic and religion in Western Civilization.

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Explores the use of psychedelics and entheogens from Neolithic times through Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance to the Victorian era and beyond. Reveals how psyc. Unbeknownst--or unacknowledged--by many, there is a long tradition of psychedelic magic and religion in Western civilization.

As Thomas Hatsis reveals, the discovery of the power of psychedelics and entheogens can be traced to the very first prehistoric expressions of human creativity, with a continuing lineage of psychedelic mystery traditions from antiquity through the Renaissance to the.

• Compelling evidence that the early Jews and Christians used psychedelics as part of their religious rites.• Reveals the Bible's disguised references to this tradition and traces knowledge of this secret to the gnostics, masons, kabbalists, and the legends of the Holy Grail.

• Explores the idea that psychedelics have played a role in nearly all religious Moses fed manna 2/5(1). Booktopia has Psychedelic Mystery Traditions, Spirit Plants, Magical Practices, and Ecstatic States by Thomas Hatsis.

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LISTEN | ITUNES YOUTUBE ARCHIVE STITCHER Give us a psychic smooch by leaving us a 5 star review on iTunes. Ever since I first encountered the phrase “mystery school,” the [ ]. The Greeks and Romans made use of many Psychadelic plants. Most noted are the mystery traditions associated with Dionysus and Demeter.

Dionysus was associated with wine and his followers were known for their drunk revelries. The Eleusinian mysteries was about going down to the netherworld in a shamanistic experience/5. Get this from a library.

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A great deal of these books hail from the 20th century. Exploring the connection between feminine consciousness and altered states, the contributors investigate the feminine qualities of the psychedelic self. They explore the female roots of shamanism, goddess consciousness, how altered states tap into the female archetype, feminist psychedelic activism, and embodied paths to ecstasy.

Includes contributions from Martina Hoffmann, Amanda Sage, Carl. Psychedelic Mystery Traditions - Psychedelic Mystery Traditions audiobook, by Thomas Hatsis A comprehensive look at the long tradition of psychedelic magic and religion in Western Civilization • Explores the use of psychedelics and entheogens from Neolithic times through Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance to the Victorian era and beyond • Reveals how psychedelics.

I wrote my undergraduate thesis on Timothy Leary and my graduate thesis on LSD during the s; the latter the basis for my forthcoming book Wonder Child: How LSD went from a Mimicker of Madness to a Mystical Sacrament (Inner Traditions: Park Street Press, ).

This Library quickly morphed into something like an ongoing exercise in discovery. The Mystery of Manna book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. • Compelling evidence that the early Jews and Christians used psyched /5(1). In his new book, Psychedelic Mystery Traditions, Hatsis shows how psychedelics have been an integral part of the human experience since Neolithic times and describes how different peoples in the Western world, including ancient priestesses, Christian Gnostics, alchemists, wise-women, and Victorian magicians, utilized sacred psychedelic plants.

The author investigates the magical mystery traditions of the Thessalian witches as well as Jewish, Roman, and Gnostic traditions. He reveals how psychedelics were integrated into pagan and Christian magical practices and demonstrates how one might employ a psychedelic agent for divination, magic, alchemy, or god and goddess invocation.

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In September Inner Traditions will release Tom’s new book Psychedelic Mystery Traditions: Spirit Plants, Magical Practices and Ecstatic States which s urveys the timeline of western history from the Neolithic to beyond the Victorian Era uncovering a wealth of evidence for the long and continuous relationship between religious experience and the use of psychedelics.

Psychedelic Mystery Traditions Author: Hatsis, Thomas. Description: A comprehensive look at the long tradition of psychedelic magic and religion in Western Civilization.

Explores the use of psychedelics and entheogens from Neolithic times through Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance to the Victorian era and beyond.

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Covers the usage of visionary plants throughout normal Christian historical practice. In (63 years ago), famous poet Robert Graves discovered the mushroom basis of ancient Greek religious mythology & Mystery Religion.In The Psychedelic Sacrament religious historian Dan Merkur reveals the secret teachings from the Judeo-Christian traditions that promote the use of psychedelic substances to enhance religious transcendence.

Merkur elucidates a body of Jewish and Christian writings especially devoted to this tradition of visionary mysticism.

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