The Age of Entheogens & The Angels’ Dictionary

Jonathan Ott

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  • Natural Products Co.
  • 1997
  • 192 pages
  • Softcover
  • 23 × 15.5 × 1.3 cm

First, a radical history of the Pharmacratic Inquisition, the attempt to suppress the direct ecstatic experience of entheogens with placebo religious sacraments, and the coming Entheogenic Reformation. Plus, a delightful dictionary of sacred inebriants and their mind states, with definitions and quotes from classic drug literature.

 

Jonathan Ott has written eight books, co-written five, and contributed to four others, and published many articles in the field of entheogens. He has collaborated with other researchers like Christian Rätsch, Jochen Gartz, and the late ethnomycologist R. Gordon Wasson. He translated Albert Hofmann‘s 1979 book LSD: My Problem Child (LSD: Mein Sorgenkind), and On Aztec Botanical Names by Blas Pablo Reko, into English. His articles have appeared in many publications, including The Entheogen Review, The Entheogen Law Reporter, the Journal of Cognitive Liberties, the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs (AKA the Journal of Psychedelic Drugs), the MAPS Bulletin, Head, High Times, Curare, Eleusis, Integration, Lloydia, The Sacred Mushroom Seeker, and several Harvard Botanical Museum pamphlets. He is a co-editor of Eleusis: Journal of Psychoactive Plants & Compounds, along with Giorgio Samorini.

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