27 nov 15 | St John, Mystery School in Hyperspace
Since the mid-1950s, the psychoactive compound DMT has attracted the attention of experimentalists and prohibitionists, scientists and artists, alchemists and hyperspace emissaries. This is the first book to delve into the history of this substance, the discovery of its properties, and the impact it has had on poets, artists, and musicians.
24 nov 15 | Hancock, Magicians of the Gods
His bestseller Fingerprints of the Gods remains an astonishing, deeply controversial, investigation of the mysteries of our past and the evidence for Earth’s lost civilization. Now Hancock returns with the sequel to his seminal work filled with completely new, scientific and archaeological evidence, which has only recently come to light.
13 nov 15 | Brown, Frontiers of Psychedelic Consciousness
In this curated collection of interviews with pioneers in psychedelic thought, David Jay Brown explores the future of mind-altering drugs, hallucinogenic plants, and the evolution of human consciousness. In each interview we discover how these influential minds were inspired by their use of entheogens.
5 nov 15 | Martin, One World Renaissance
In his latest work, Dr. Glen T. Martin shows why our predicament urgently requires the creation of a global social contract that can only be adopted through a profound philosophic shift to holism – the same evolutionary holism that has swept all of the world’s sciences.
27 oct 15 | Brockman, What to Think About Machines That Think
As the world becomes ever more dominated by technology, John Brockman’s latest addition to the acclaimed and bestselling “Edge Question Series” asks more than 175 leading scientists, philosophers, and artists: What do you think about machines that think? And receives provocative and enriching responses.
21 oct 15 | Beery, Shamanic Transformations
In this book we learn firsthand about the many different forms of the “aha” moment of shamanic awakening, whether they arise from ceremony, near-death experiences, dream messages, or entheogenic substances, all of them able to transform the individual’s life, clearing their vision and allowing a new consciousness to emerge
13 oct 15 | Waite, A-U-M
Gaudapada was one of the world’s greatest philosophers in seventh-century India. He invokes the mystical symbol ‘AUM’ pointing to the three states of consciousness (waking, dreaming and deep sleep) and the nature of reality itself. All three states are the result of ignorance and error. Who we really are is the fourth aspect.