Entheogenesis - Planting seeds for earth, body, and mind

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NICK SUN

Nick Sun was an award-winning, international stand up comedian for 13 years. Then he drank Ayahuasca and had a malefic entity exorcism that ended a 12 year bout of depression. He then met Gaia, who informed him that the shit was going down and…
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Jess is a botanical illustrator and tattooer living in Northern Rivers NSW/ Bundjalung country. A love of the natural world, gardening and science have lead her to ongoing involvement in a citizen mycology project, cactus farming, low harm…
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JEF BAKER

Jef Baker heads the Sydney chapter of The Australian Psychedelic Society, is global moderator at The 5-Hive forum and is an active admin of several psychedelic-related Facebook pages including his own group Entheogenic Anthropology. Jef’s…
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Beau Meister (karode13) is a Horticulturist and Mycologist. After studying Horticulture in New Zealand, Beau took an interest in the unusual fungi that grew in the forests there. So little was known about them and this sparked an interest…
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The alchemical life

I am thinking about the dreams of plants in order to enter into an intimate relationship with them and create a possibility for them to express their fears, delights and needs. Dreams are a series of thoughts, images and sensations occurring…
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While researching the therapeutic potential of ayahuasca from a Psychiatry perspective, I have realized that ayahuasca is a highly variable plant medicine that has variable effects depending on how it is brewed. This presentation explains…
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Learn and share skills around isolating and cloning functionally sterile mushroom tissue. Build your own mycoculture library! This is a practice- based workshop and requires no prior knowledge. Don't sweat it, this is not rocket science…
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The scent of the prized Périgord truffle is somewhere 'between sex and death', according to one Australian forager. This fungus vies with Iranian caviar as one of the most expensive foods in the world. Australia’s costly culinary predilections…
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Friday 31st January 2020 was a momentous day in the history of psychedelic research in Australia, as the clinical team of St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne’s landmark trial of psilocybin-assisted therapy for anxiety and depression associated…
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We are going to explore psychotropic herbalism, that is organic biological organisms used as medicine that have an affinity for the mind. In particular herbs that have an affinity for the parts of the mind that govern our interpretation of…
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