AP 60 Origins of the Human Imagination Dennis McKenna

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We are joined by Dennis McKenna , Dennis is an ethnopharmacologist, researcher lecturer and author. He has spent decades doing deep academic and personal research on consciousness and psychedelics. Dennis is also the author of Brotherhood of the Screaming Abyss, a book all about his adventures with his brother, the late Terence McKenna. This is a very special one, as it was recored on November 16, 2016, witch would have been the late and great Terence's Mckenna 70th birthday. Even though he's transitioned to another world. His message and wise words still live on even more powerful then ever. 

“Psychedelics are not suppressed because they are dangerous to users; they’re suppressed because they provoke unconventional thought, which threatens any number of elites and institutions that would rather do our thinking for us.” 
― Dennis J. McKenna, The Brotherhood of the Screaming Abyss

EPISODE BREAKDOWN:

  • Understanding the living mysteries that surround us and the living mystery that we are.
  • Imagination
  • we don’t know everything – 
  • Human brain
  • Spiritual machines
  • Universal radio station that’s trying to connect to our brain – that contasty been sent out via the universe - 
  • Information downlwloads have happened throught out of history  
  • Complexity of the human evolved so quick?
  • Plant and planet intellengce –
  • Plant and human co evolution  
  • Plants messages? 

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MEET DENNIS

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