A talk with Martin Winiecki from the Institute for Global Peace Work about community building, trust, water, and the amazing Tamera cooperative in Portugal. You can download the new book by Tamera co-founder Dieter Duhm, Terra Nova: Global Revolution and the Healing of Love, from http://verlag-meiga.org/terra-nova-ebook/ For more, go to http://terranova.tamera.org
A sparkling chat with multimedia artist Michaelangelo about inspired language, dream theaters, and entheogenesis. www.voidandimagination.com
A talk with archivist and cultural historian Megan Prelinger about twentieth-century technology, modernist art, and her fascinating new book Inside the Machine: Art and Invention in the Electronic Age. http://meganprelinger.com/ and http://www.prelingerlibrary.org/home/
A talk with anthropologists and filmmakers Roberto Lopez Melinchon and Nicholas Spiers about the indigenous use of salvia divinorum, the plant’s healing powers, and current attempts to ban salvia in Mexico. http://divinorum-doc.com
A talk with famed psychedelic researcher Dr. Stanislav Grof about nightmare visions, birth trauma, and H.R. Giger’s trains. http://www.stanislavgrof.com/books-and-media/
A talk with writer and editor Allan Badiner about dharma, science, spiritual liberty, and the new edition of his edited book Zig Zag Zen: Buddhism and Psychedelics. http://www.zigzagzen.com/
A talk with ethnomusicologist, musician, and composer Alexandre Tannous about drones, overtones, the art of listening, and the problems with a lot of “sound healing” today. www.soundmeditation.com
A talk with journalist and science writer Steve Silberman about autism activism, the vaccine wars, and his terrific new book NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity.
A talk with art historian and religious scholar Marcia Brennan about multiple worlds, the art and technology of dying, and her work as an Artist-in-Residence in the Department of Palliative Medicine at Houston’s M. D. Anderson Cancer Center.
A talk with cultural historian Alan Piper about LSD, fascist modernism, and Albert Hoffman’s friendship with the enigmatic right-winger Ernst Jünger. http://www.amazon.com/Strange-Drugs-Makes-For-Bedfellows/dp/1514152517