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Whole Earth Review, Fall 1989
A complete electronic copy of the Whole Earth Review Fall 1989. Notable in that it was edited by Terrence McKenna and Howard Rheingold (the Smart Mobs guy), features stuff by Dennis and Kat McKenna, and deals with occult aspects of flora. There are pieces on ethnobotany, green architecture, entheogens and shamanism, among other topics.
Re-establishing channels of direct communication with the planetary Other, the mind behind nature, through the use of hallucinogenic plants is the last best hope for dissolving the steep walls of cultural inflexibility that appear to be channeling us toward true ruin. We need a new set of lenses to see our way in the world. When the medieval world shifted its worldview, secularized European society sought salvation in the revivification of classic Greek and Roman approaches to law, philosophy, aesthetics, city planning, and agriculture. Our dilemma will cast us back further into time in a search for models and answers.
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