Religion and Psychoactive Sacraments:
An Entheogen Chrestomathy
Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D. and Paula Jo Hruby, Ed.D.
Author Index | Title Index
Western Mysticism: A Guide to the Basic Works.
Bowman, Mary Ann. (1978).
Chicago: American Library Association.
vi + 133 pages.
Contents: Preface, acknowledgments,
7 bibliographies: 1. The Philosophy of Mysticism (54 citations),
2. The History of Mysticism (53 citations), 3. The Practice of
Mysticism (41 citations), 4. The Experience of Mysticism (28 citations),
5. Oriental Mysticism in Western Contexts (14 citations), 6. Mysticism
in Literature (21 citations), 7. Mystical and Contemplative Writings
(Collections 23, Ancient 41, Early Medieval 30, Late Medieval
60, Reformation and Post-Reformation 58, Modern 39, Contemporary
70), appendix: A Guide for Acquisition Librarians (Basic Collection,
Collection of Popular Titles), author-title index, subject index.
Notes: The author-title
index also lists authors and titles of chapters in collected works;
useful words to look up are: LSD and psychedelic. In the subject
index useful words are: altered states of consciousness, drug(s),
hallucination, hallucinogenic drugs, Huxley, LSD, mescalin, psychedelic
Excerpt(s): The study
of human consciousness and its relationship to our lives and needs
has aroused a great deal of interest in today's world. This interest
extends into many areas of religion, philosophy, psychology, sociology ,
and literature. Part of this trend is a renewed interest in mysticism,
most of which has been directed toward Oriental mysticism. However,
many people are unaware of the rich and vital mystical tradition
Western culture has to offer. The purpose of this bibliography
is to help create a deeper awareness of Western mysticism. (page
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