Religion and Psychoactive Sacraments:
An Entheogen Chrestomathy
Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D. and Paula Jo Hruby, Ed.D.
Author Index | Title Index
The Psychedelic Resurgence: Treatment, Support, Recovery Options.
Seymour, Richard B., and Smith, David E. (1993).
Center City, MN: Hazeldon.
and wrappered pamphlet, iii + 26 pages.
Contents: 1 essay in
4 parts: 1. A Brief
History of Psychedelics and Their Use, 2. The Eclipse
of Psychedelic Use and Research, 3. Ecstasy
and the Resurgence of Psychedelic Drugs, 4. Treatment,
Support, and Recovery Options, references.
Excerpt(s): About the
Pamphlet / Psychedelic drugs have been used ritually and spiritually
since ancient times to attain heightened awareness and consciousness.
In the 1960s the counter culture saw psychedelic drugs as a means
of achieving cosmic insight and spirituality. In the 1980s, a
new wave of psychedelic gatherings known as "raves "
appeared, accompanied by the use of such drugs as MDMA (Ecstasy)
and LSD. (page i)
In the 1960s, psychedelic drugs were seen as a means
of achieving cosmic insight and spirituality. Today, the trend
for those who used psychedelics in the 1960s is toward seeking
and finding spirituality in recovery and through various Twelve
Step approaches to abstinence and maturity. (Conclusion, page
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