Religion and Psychoactive Sacraments:
An Entheogen Chrestomathy
Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D. and Paula Jo Hruby, Ed.D.
Author Index | Title Index
Brown, Robert E. and Associates of the Neo American Church League for Spiritual Development and the Ultimate Authority of the Clear Light. (1975).
- The Psychedelic Guide to Preparation of the Eucharist
- in a Few of Its Many Guises.
Austin, TX: Lingua Sharire Incense Co.
10 unnumbered chapters.
in wrappers, iv + 56 pages.
This booklet contains several processes concerning the manufacture
and, to some extent, the use of various hallucinogenic chemicals.
These chemicals are all restricted by federal law and
possession or sale of most is definitely illegal.
Presentation of these processes is designed for
persons who know how to use them for religious purposes such as
the mystical Psychedelic Experience. The only other source of
these drugs for religiously oriented persons is now the black
market, where mixtures of variable cost and questionable quality
make the hazards of using these already tricky drugs almost prohibitive.
We have seen how the mind continues to try to function
even when the foundations have been dissolved. The foundation,
or framework, is known as the ego, the dissolution of which is
consequently known as ego-loss. If the mind has carefully been
coached to accept ego-loss, it will continue to progress until
it finally frees itself in its complete form. The result of this
final inward look is a self-awareness and enlightenment which
is devastating in impact and unbelievable to anyone who has never
undergone the same experience. (pages 3-4)
All these considerations should be carefully looked
after by individuals seeking religious enlightenment through drugs.
Light doses tend to enhance moods but do not usually initiate
strong hallucinogenic reactions, and are not as dangerous. Heavy
doses used to bring about psychedelic experiences should never
be casually played with by the novice. (page 4)
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