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Moses, Ayahuasca, and the Ten Commandments – Biblical Entheogens: Speculative Hypothesis- Original Text March 9, 2008

THIS JUST IN:

Biblical Entheogens: Speculative Hypothesis

Paper originally published in:

Time and Mind:
The Journal of Archaeology Consciousness and Culture
Volume I—Issue I, March 2008, pp. 51–74

Biblical Entheogens: Speculative Hypothesis- Original Paper

Benny Shanon is Professor of psychology at the Hebrew university of Jerusalem (Israel). His main foci of research are the phenomenology of human consciousness and the philosophy of psychology. His publications include The representational and the Presentational (1993) and The Antipodes of the Mind (2002). At present, he is working on book devoted to a general psychological theory of human consciousness.

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Some other related points of interest are:
The works of John Marco Allegro

Rick Strassman‘s “DMT: The Spirit Molecule

James Arthur‘s “Mushrooms and Mankind” -interesting excerpt here.

Jan Irvin and Andrew Rutajit‘s – “Pharmacratic Inquisition” and “AstroTheology & Shamanism

Clark Heinrich‘s works, particularly “Magic Mushrooms in Religion and Alchemy”

Steve Kubby’s “Manna from Heaven”

…that’ll do for now…

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One Response to “Moses, Ayahuasca, and the Ten Commandments – Biblical Entheogens: Speculative Hypothesis- Original Text”

  1. Juliano Says:

    Being a Jew, and israeli, and considering your interst in entheogens, history, and experience. How then do you see the Israeli occupation of Palestine? How do you see/feel this conflict?


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