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Acid Casualty a Myth: No Link Found Between Psychedelics and Psychosis (Study)

Anecdotal evidence of 'acid casualties' — users who develop chronic psychosis —is not supported by data from large populations, researchers say.

An Educated Society Needs No Control – The Venus Project (Video)

Questioning the origins and consequences of our social structures is of vital importance to our survival.

Psychedelic Vintage Collage Art by Eugenia Loli (Gallery)

Loli uses photography scanned from vintage magazines and science publications to create psychedelic visual narratives.

The Positive Cannabis Scene in Colorado is Mind Blowing (Video)

You can smell the marijuana in the Colorado air. And it’s all legal.

Smarter People Stay Up Late, Do More Drugs, and Have More Sex (Study)

Evidence shows that if you're spending less of your nights studying and more time smoking weed and getting laid until 3am, then you're probably wiser than the rest of us.

Are You a Prisoner of Society? – Joe Rogan (Video)

Do you contribute to society or do you merely exist within it?

Canada Creates Scary Anti Cannabis Ad, The People Call Bullshit (Video)

Canada’s latest anti-cannabis ad says the science on the plant is clear. Yet, the people's verdict on the ad is even clearer. It hates it.

My Experience as a Guide in the Johns Hopkins Psilocybin Research Project

The theme of love and the need to reconnect with our true selves—addresses the underlying outcome of our psilocybin studies.

Psychedelic Trip Sitting (A Helpful Guide)

A simple how-to on safely facilitating a friend’s psychedelic experience.

What a Shaman Sees in a Mental Hospital

In the shamanic view, mental illness signals “the birth of a healer." Thus, mental disorders are spiritual emergencies and need to be regarded as such to aid the healer in being born.

Grandmas Smoke Bud for the First Time (Video)

No grandmas were harmed in the making of this video.

Terence McKenna at His Best: Drugs, Legality, and Love (Interview)

One of the most open minded, informative talks about substances which grow naturally and how their connection with humans have shaped our societal progression for millennia.