Ep 120 - The Christianity & Psychedelic Connection Debate With Tom Hatsis and Jerry Brown | Evidence, Correlation, Facts

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Thomas Hatsis is a historian of psychedelia, witchcraft, magic, pagan religions, alternative Christianities, and the cultural intersection of those areas, who holds a master’s degree in history from Queens College. The author of The Witches’ Ointment and Psychedelic Mystery Traditions, he runs psychedelicwitch.com, a site dedicated to promoting the latest and best information pertaining to the Psychedelic Renaissance. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

Jerry B. Brown, Ph.D., is an anthropologist, author and activist. From 1972-2014, he served as Founding Professor of Anthropology at Florida International University in Miami, where he designed and taught a course on “Hallucinogens and Culture.” The course examines the use of psychoactive plants by tribal and classical cultures, including Ancient India and Greece, and by and discusses the discoveries of the modern mind-explorers, the “psychonauts of the twentieth century.”

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A MASSIVE THANK YOU to our $55 patron Mark Question (@psychonautdivision) from Austin, TX. You're our very first "Heroic Dose" patron and your support means tons to Psychedelic Milk. You are an epic human being!

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Ep 119 - Meeting God In The Mundane With Mike Brancatelli | Embark The Real Hero's Journey

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Mike Brancatelli is the host of a podcast called Mikeadelic, which focuses on the benefits of psychedelics and argues the moral right to cognitive liberty for all human beings.

Show Notes:

  • Mike’s journey to Peru

  • Growing tired from living in Peru and chasing after peak experiences

  • The Hero’s Journey and student loans

  • Finding God In the everyday mundane

  • Earning the deeper perspective through time

  • Accepting reality and to let go of resentment

  • The art of being grateful

  • Social media and it’s positive and negative effects on life

  • Jaron Lanier’s 10 arguments for deleting your social media

  • Become the change yourself, first and foremost

  • Finding happiness through meaning and responsibility


Related Links:

Mike Brancatelli Official Site
Twitter
Instagram 

 A MASSIVE THANK YOU to our $55 patron Mark Question (@psychonautdivision) from Austin, TX. You're our very first "Heroic Dose" patron and your support means tons to Psychedelic Milk. You are an epic human being!

A MASSIVE THANK YOU to our $55 patron Mark Question (@psychonautdivision) from Austin, TX. You're our very first "Heroic Dose" patron and your support means tons to Psychedelic Milk. You are an epic human being!

Want to support the psychedelic movement? Want to continue the ongoing discussion of psychedelics? Support us on Patreon! We need all the support to keep the podcast strong and releasing amazing content. A small fee of $5 can fund the podcast for 1 year. We are extremely proud to be corporate sponsor free to keep the claws of capitalistic influence out of our psychedelic message. Please go to Patreon.com/PsychedelicMilk to check it out. We need your help!

Ep 118 - Debunking The Psychedelic & Christianity Connection With Tom Hatsis | Gnostics, Mystery Schools

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Thomas Hatsis is a historian of psychedelia, witchcraft, magic, pagan religions, alternative Christianities, and the cultural intersection of those areas, who holds a master’s degree in history from Queens College. The author of The Witches’ Ointment and Psychedelic Mystery Traditions, he runs psychedelicwitch.com, a site dedicated to promoting the latest and best information pertaining to the Psychedelic Renaissance. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

Show Notes

  • Why Tom decided to write the book

  • Neolithic uses of psychedelics

  • Stoned Ape Theory

  • Religions and psychedelics

  • Christian artwork and mushrooms

  • Dr. Jerry Brown

  • Soma

  • God and mushrooms

  • Dogmatist’s debacle

  • Carl Sagan

  • Mushroom tree

  • Assyrian parasol

  • John Marco Allegro

  • Psychedelic uses in psychedelia

  • Gnostic uses of psychedelics

  • Psychedelic orgies

  • Ebionites

  • Moses and Acacia bush

    Continued in our PLUS+ Extension:

  • Scholar and witch

  • Magic and Christianity

  • Reading the Bible literally or metaphorically

  • Microdosing and magic

  • Microdoses of cosmic magic

  • Christianity and magic practices

  • Secular thoughts

  • Symbols of godheads

  • Different groups and secs of Christianity

 A MASSIVE THANK YOU to our $55 patron Mark Question (@psychonautdivision) from Austin, TX. You're our very first "Heroic Dose" patron and your support means tons to Psychedelic Milk. You are an epic human being!

A MASSIVE THANK YOU to our $55 patron Mark Question (@psychonautdivision) from Austin, TX. You're our very first "Heroic Dose" patron and your support means tons to Psychedelic Milk. You are an epic human being!

Want to support the psychedelic movement? Want to continue the ongoing discussion of psychedelics? Support us on Patreon! We need all the support to keep the podcast strong and releasing amazing content. A small fee of $5 can fund the podcast for 1 year. We are extremely proud to be corporate sponsor free to keep the claws of capitalistic influence out of our psychedelic message. Please go to Patreon.com/PsychedelicMilk to check it out. We need your help!