Tag Archives: Terence McKenna

Arcadian Gates by T.A. Wardrope: Dystopia on the Fringe

By Brian Whitney Source: Disinfo T.A. Wardrope‘s new novel, Arcadian Gates, tells the story of how ten years ago, the entire nation was struck by a chemical weapon which destroyed most people’s memories. Akiry, a young woman who makes her way smuggling amongst … Continue reading

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Shadows & Light: Understanding Our Archetypal Nature

By Gary S. Bobroff Source: Reality Sandwich “I thought of Jung as a noetic archeologist, [he] provided maps of the unconscious.” – Terence McKenna Most of us imagine that we know ourselves pretty well. But like a periscope that thinks it’s … Continue reading

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How to Reclaim your Mind and Life from the Cultural Engineers

By Paul Fassa Source: RealFarmacy.com “We tend to disempower ourselves. We tend to believe that we don’t matter. And in the act of taking that idea to ourselves we give everything away to somebody else, to something else.” – Terence … Continue reading

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In Defense of Cognitive Liberty

Though the Drug War’s disproportionately harmful effects on the poor and people of color seem to have been one of its major functions from the start, it has also been a war against cognitive liberty for everyone. On the DoseNation … Continue reading

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