Entheogenesis - Planting seeds for earth, body, and mind

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This talk will examine several plants containing 5-MeO-DMT and talk about their botany, cultural uses and history. Drawing on archaeological records, ethnobotanical work and recent biochemical analysis, we can shift the focus from the…
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David Holmgren draws on a lifelong passion for ethnobotanical knowledge and practise to tell stories that celebrate abundance and diversity, pushing the boundaries of social and, at times, legal norms. These true stories cut paths through…
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In this talk Giuliana will discuss how The Fungi Foundation and other organisations are committed to using “mycologically inclusive” language in their internal and public-facing communications (“Fauna, Flora and Funga” and “animals,…
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Entheogenesis Australis recently caught up with Aboriginal Australian writer and historian Bruce Pascoe for a meandering yarn. To tide our ethnobotanical appetites over until our main event on December 5th we are screening our meeting…
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Prior to MDMA being banned internationally in 1987, it was showing promise as a pharmacological adjunct to psychotherapy. In the past decade, there has been significant global growth in clinical trials of MDMA that have shown MDMA-assisted…
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While there are several species of psilocybin mushrooms in Australia, most of these mushrooms reside within the genus Psilocybe. There is a long, Australian history of consuming, foraging and cultivating this genus, but research into their…
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Choosing which mescaline cacti to consume can be a tricky task, especially when consumption discussion may be considered inappropriate in public. While most of the entheogenic community have heard of Peyote and San Pedro, there is limited…
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The St Vincent’s Melbourne Psilocybin-Palliative Care Trial 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…
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Between Sex and Death – A Journey in the Mycosphere 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…
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New World Technology and Old World Wisdom This talk explores VR scenarios designed to promote movement through phases of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy and discusses a novel protocol that utilizes unique features of VR as the moderator…
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