Se trata de una nueva palabra, propuesta por un grupo de estudiosos entre los que se encuentran el Dr. Gordon Wasson, el profesor Carl A. Ruck y yo. Examino de cerca este punto en el Proemio. Durante unos breves y benditos instantes pude mirar fijamente el abrasador tercer ojo de Shiva. En el transcurso del tiempo he visto aparecer textos muy buenos sobre el tema.
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Luminary Index Few have dug as deep into the roots of ethnobotany as Jonathan Ott. He is one of the top contributors within the ethnobotanist community, few have the understanding and deep knowledge within the field of plant medicine. A student of the plants and a scholar of Richard Schultes, R. Gordon Wasson, and Albert Hofmann. Jonathan Ott is one of the top contributors within the ethnobotanist community, few have the understanding and deep knowledge within the field of plant medicine.
Consciousness Expanding Contributions Ott is known for coining the term entheogen psychoactive substances. This terms proliferation is in large part due to its use in his literature. An esteemed member of the psychedelic community and student of icons such as Albert Hofmann, Richard Schultes and R.
Gorden Wasson,, Jonathan ought to have more public recognition. Through an ethnobotanist perspective, Ott has played a large role in the translations of Eastern philosophies, ie Shamanism to the Western mind. Organizing over two dozen entheogenic seminars that focus on scientific inquiry for visionary plants. His most notable Botanical contribution was assisting in the explanation and inner workings of chemical base of Ayahuasca. Plants aside, Ott is also an expert historian for the War on Drugs and has enlightened me in more ways than one.
Pharmacotheon by Jonathan Ott
Pharmacotheon: Entheogenic Drugs, Their Plant Sources and History