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  • 03:05

    Ancient Egyptian Herbs of Power, Mushrooms and Acacia, Kilindi & KT Arch Degree

    in Self Help

    Tonight's show will feature two profound healers, Master Kilindi and KT Arch Degree. Tonight's topic will cover a fascinating and forgotten legacy of ancient egyptian etheogenic and healing herbs. Acacia tree and sacred mushrooms. Tune into the wisdom and healing benefits of the ancient world. Forgotten sacred herbs that was possibly the founding pillars of forgotten dynasties. Master Kilindi is an advanced martial arts teacher and entheogenic guide. KT the Arch Degree is a wholistic herbalist exploring the realms of entheogens assisting healing through awareness.

  • 01:58

    Lost In Transmission - Ep#005 - w/Guest Dennis McKenna

    in Current Events

    American ethnopharmacologist, research pharmacognosist, lecturer, author and brother of well-known psychedelics proponent Terence McKenna.


    Dennis McKenna’s professional and personal interests are focused on the interdisciplinary study of ethnopharmacology and plant hallucinogens. He received his doctorate in 1984 from the University of British Columbia, where his doctoral research focused on ethnopharmacological investigations of the botany, chemistry, and pharmacology of ayahuasca and oo-koo-he, two orally-active tryptamine-based hallucinogens used by indigenous peoples in the Northwest Amazon. Dr. McKenna received post-doctoral research fellowships in the Laboratory of Clinical Pharmacology, National Institute of Mental Health, and in the Department of Neurology, Stanford University School of Medicine. He joined Shaman Pharmaceuticals as Director of Ethnopharmacology in 1990, and relocated to Minnesota in 1993 to join the Aveda Corporation as Senior Research Pharmacognosist. He joined the faculty of the Center for Spirituality and Healing at the University of Minnesota in 2001. He is a founding board member of the Heffter Research Institute and serves on the advisory board of non-profit organizations in the fields of ethnobotany and botanical medicines. He was a key organizer and participant in the Hoasca Project, an international biomedical study of ayahuasca used by indigenous people and syncretic religious groups in Brasil. He recently completed a project, funded by the Stanley Medical Research Institute, to investigate Amazonian ethnomedicines for the treatment of schizophrenia and cognitive deficits. At the Heffter Research Institute, he continues his focus on the therapeutic uses of psychoactive medicines derived from nature and used in indigenous ethnomedical practices.

  • 00:11

    My Life then and now!

    in Self Help

    Today I am going to talk a little about myself and how I came around to be the woman that I am today.  My life started in 1948.  At the age of three my birth father passed away and my mother married my now dad who back then adopted my older sister and myself.  There are many parts of my younger days that I don't remember - maybe I've blocked them out.....in the meanwhile two other brothers and a baby sister came around. Life seemed fairly "normal" until I was about 15....we had moved from Southern California to Dayton Ohio because my dad had a new job..O!  This is the other thing...I could never figure out why my mother would be ironing my dad's underwear at 3 o'clock in the morning and then watering our front lawn at 11 p.m.  I found out later on that she was hooked on diet pills....that was her thing and at 15 she kindly told me that it looked like I was gaining some weight (I wasn't) and "here, honey - take this pill.  It will help you"...trusting my mom I took the pill and loved it SO much that I asked her for another one the next day....little did I know this was the beginning of my addiction to everything!  I went on a pill rampage at 18 - water pills - then diet pills - I was really a pill head.....had to stay thin or I would never find a man - (my mom told me).....this was the late  60's early 70's.....hippie nation!  everything was in!  I was into uppers, downers, sidewinders anyway but straight, ok?  Then it was the pot and then the psychedelics - for three years straight - every day - I was over the edge one might say....but so was everyone else - through 4 failed marriages and hundreds of men I crashed one day.  I was probably 50 yrs old.....my then husband had been popped on a UA while we were truck driving - we longhauled for some years - and so he couldn't drive - 

  • 02:30

    Third Rail Radio V @rebelutionradio Joint

    in Culture

    Third Rail Radio welcomes Vermont mycologist Owen Spunmoar. Join us as we talk foraging, psychedelics, and the history of magic mushrooms in human evolution. Strap the foil on tight, hold on to the Third Rail, and let it rip!

  • 02:55

    Episode #87 - Psychedelic Healing, Terence McKenna & more w/Guest Dennis McKenna

    in Current Events

    TONIGHT on Authentic Enlightenment Radio! Dennis McKenna(brother of Terence McKenna) joins us to discuss psychedelic healing and more! 


    Show starts at 9:05pm EST!


    Dennis J. McKenna, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor, Center for Spirituality & Healing, University of Minnesota, Academic Health Center.


    His professional and personal interests are focused on the interdisciplinary study of ethnopharmacology and plant hallucinogens. He earned his doctorate in 1984 from the University of British Columbia, where his doctoral research focused on ethnopharmacological investigations of the botany, chemistry, and pharmacology of ayahuasca and oo-koo-he, two orally-active tryptamine-based hallucinogens used by indigenous peoples in the Northwest Amazon. He received post-doctoral research fellowships in the Laboratory of Clinical Pharmacology, National Institute of Mental Health, and in the Department of Neurology, Stanford University School of Medicine.


    Dennis coauthored Botanical Medicines: The Desk Reference for Major Herbal Supplements and The Invisible Landscape: Mind, Hallucinogens, and the I Ching. His papers include Human Psychopharmacology of Hoasca, A Plant Hallucinogen Used in Ritual Context in Brazil, Monoamine oxidase inhibitors in South American hallucinogenic plants: Tryptamine and β-carboline constituents of Ayahuasca, and Clinical investigations of the therapeutic potential of ayahuasca: rationale and regulatory challenges. 


    He joined Shaman Pharmaceuticals as Director of Ethnopharmacology in 1990, and relocated to Minnesota in 1993 to join the Aveda Corporation as Senior Research Pharmacognosist. He joined the faculty of the Center for Spirituality and Healing at the University of Minnesota in 2001. He is a founding board member of the Heffter Research Institute and serves on the advisory board of nonprofit organizations in the fields of ethnobotany and botanical medicines.

  • 01:30

    Cannabis for Lyme and the Natural Reconnection

    in Culture

    Special friend and book author Shelley White returns to EntheoRadio to tell us about the amazing insights shared in her recent writing project and the resultant book (title coming soon).


    Captain Hugh T Alkemi and Shelley will speak dynamically about things such as cannabis and plant medicines for healing and health. Callers and questions are welcome during the live show.


    SHELLEY WHITE works as a writer and editor, and is studying to be an herbalist specializing in Lyme disease and other infectious diseases. Shelley is the author of 'Cannabis for Lyme Disease and Related Conditions: Scientific Basis and Anecdotal Evidence for Medicinal Use,' and is a regular contributor to sites such as Collective Evolution and The Mind Unleashed. She has written for various other sources as well, including SKUNK Magazine, Mind Body Green, and Natural News. The topics she most frequently covers include cannabis, psychedelics, pharmaceuticals, infectious diseases, alternative health, and consciousness.

    Her favorite pastimes are reading, learning, and spending time in nature. She is fascinated by plant medicine and plant consciousness. She credits her drive to continuously learn and connect with plants to her experience with Lyme disease, which taught her the importance of herbal medicine and expanding her mind. She firmly believes that, in the end, you are your own physician and the only one capable of fully healing yourself.


    To read excerpts from her book, view a detailed outline of the information it covers, and/ or order it, visit www.cannabisforlyme.com(it is also available for purchase on Amazon).

  • 00:35

    How Ayahuasca is Changing People's Lives with Dan Cleland of Pulse Tours

    in Youth

    This week we will be interviewing my very own brother  - Dan Cleland.  Who has made his dreams come true down in Peru after building an Ayauasca Adventure Center in 2014. 


    Daniel Cleland is an entrepreneur, adventurer, scholar and world traveler.  He’s traveled over 30 countries, holds a Master’s degree, speaks three languages and has been running his own boutique adventure travel company, Pulse Tours, since 2011.  In 2014, Daniel and his partner founded the successful Ayahuasca Adventure Center in the Amazon jungles of Peru.  Their projects are creating positive change for their clients, for a small village in the jungle, and for the world. 


    He will be sharing his visions, goals, insights, knowledge and experiences with the Amazonian jungle, shamans, life-changing adventures, powerful plant medicine and what it took to bring his dreams into reality.  


    Check out his new documentary called 'Drinking the Jungle' by Andrea Gilbert that can be found on his website at www.pulsetours.com

  • 02:10

    The Soltice Show!

    in Spirituality

    Join the Clique as we welcome Kilindi iyi to our show!!! Brother Kilindi will shine some light on the true meaning of Christmas and the introduce us to the profound implications that magic mushrooms have made on our reality.

  • 01:00

    Psychedelics and You

    in Culture

    This nights episodes will feature special guest, Funshine. We be discussing psychedelic drugs and personal experience.

  • 00:30

    Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapy with a twist on Kundalini

    in Education

    Are you aware of alternative solutions to depression, addiction, PTSD? For years the Government has been telling us that Psychedelics are so bad for us when in fact ancient traiditions have been curing disease and illnesses with one time uses of psychedelics. You will also learn about Kundalini a natural way you can actually produce the same effects as any psychedelics. The meds your doctors are prescribing are in fact killing you not curing you, lets focus on the cause not the symptoms you are experiencing to in fact bring true healing. Join us as we take you down the rabbit hole! 

  • 01:41

    Entheogenic Mind-states and Advanced Spiritual Intimacy

    in Culture

    Join us for a live conversation between hostess Zana Moonflower and the very special author and guest speaker Stuart Sovatsky, Ph.D. as they discuss biochemistry, entheogens, love, sex, tantra and intimacy!


    Questions welcome 347-855-8334


    The newest book, Advanced Spiritual Intimacy by Stuart will be mentioned through this interview, so pick up a copy and follow along.


    Bio for Stuart:


    Stuart Sovatsky, Ph.D., has been a practitioner of kundalini yoga for twenty-four years and is the director of two psychotherapy clinics in the San Francisco Bay Area. A former presenter at the World Congress on Sexology in India and the International Kundalini Research Network, he teaches at JFK University and the California Institute of Integral Studies.