True Hallucinations / Terence McKenna| interviewed by Pamela Burton. SERIES: Philosophers stone - Discussion, with listener phone-ins, about Terence McKenna's work into the cultural and psychological role of Hallucinogenics in human history. McKenna begins by tracing his basic assumptions about the importance of hallucinogenics for human development. He presents his impressions of the Rave scene, with its special music and use of hallucinogenics. McKenna goes on to discuss Botanical Dimensions, a nonprofit amazon plant and information gathering project which archives its resources in Hawaii. McKenna concludes by discussin the impact of cash upon indigenous South Americans, and calls for information about plants to be sent to Botanical Dimmensions, P.O. Box 807, Occidental CA 95465. Concludes with listener call-ins. CONTENT: pt.1. Interview / Pamela Burton (20 min.) -- pt.2. Listener call-ins (39 min.). RECORDED: KPFK, 1994.
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