Lucid Planet Radio with Dr. Kelly: Mystery School in Hyperspace: Interview with Graham St John about the Entheogenic Underground
01/27/2016 02:00 pm PDT
Best known as the active compound in ayahuasca, DMT has it's own fascinating history. St. John's work explores it's influence on Western culture since its action was first discovered in the 50s and 60s—from the CIA's research on its psychotogenic effects, and the artists, such as The Grateful Dead and Alex Gray, who are motivated by its psychedelic effects—to the underground research being done today.
Dr. Kelly Neff
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Graham St. John Phd
Graham St. John, PHD,is an Australian cultural anthropologist specializing in entheogens, dance music cultures, and neotribes. He has authored several books, including Globa...Find out more »