A mind-expanding workshop on humankind’s spiritual genesis, presented by the late controversial author and ethnobotanist Terence McKenna. Join him as he transports us from our prehistoric roots, across today’s digital landscape, and into the awe-inspiring events ahead that he predicted for humankind.
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When Terence McKenna passed away in early 2000, we lost not only a brilliant and daring writer on the nature of consciousness -- but one of the most entertaining speakers of all time. The Search for the Original Tree of Knowledge was McKenna's magnum opus -- an in-depth series of public talks covering his lifelong investigation into our 20,000-year relationship with visionary plant substances and their impact on our species. With this new edition of The Search for the Original Tree of Knowledge, a legion of McKenna's fans gain the opportunity to hear these inspired talks for the first time -- as he transports us from our prehistoric roots, across today's digital landscape, and into the awe-inspiring events ahead that he predicted for humankind.About the Author:
Terence McKenna has been hailed as "the foremost spokesperson for the psychedelic experience." He has spent over 25 years studying the philosophical foundations of shamanism and the ethnopharmacology of spiritual transformation. McKenna graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a distributed major in ecology, resource conservation, and shamanism, and has since traveled the world studying spiritual practices and ethno-medicine. Terence McKenna is the author of many books, including The Archaic Revival and Food of the Gods, a book the Washington Post calls "the modern classic on mind-altering drugs and hallucinogens."
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Book Description Sounds True Audio, U.S., Boulder, CO, 2000. Boxed Set. Book Condition: Very Good. Set of eight audio cassettes in clamshell case. Bookseller Inventory # 125423
Book Description Book Condition: Very Good. Book Condition: Very Good. Bookseller Inventory # 97815645520683.0