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Pharmako/Gnosis: Plant Teachers and the Poison Path
Pendell is a poet, popular exponent of shamanic ethnobotany and the founding editor of the avant-garde magazine Kuksu. This is the phantastica class, which includes the visionary plants and chemical hallucinogens like magic mushrooms, the San Pedro cactus, d-lysergic acid diethylamide LSD and N-N-dimethyltryptamine DMT. It also deals with the group daimonica that includes ketamine, iboga and the Amanita muscaria, or fly agaric, mushroom. This is an interesting distinction for Pendell to have drawn out at the very beginning of his book.
Pharmako/Gnosis by Dale Pendell