As the sun climbs towards the hot solstice in North America and oil
continues to gush from a broken pipe on our seabed, it's time for
the Erowid crew to fix, clean, and re-organize our own little parts
of the universe: our collections, offices, and libraries. It's also
time to tidy our packs for traveling to conferences and festivals.
June 7-9, Sylvia will be presenting and chairing a panel at the Club
Health Conference in Zürich, Switzerland. Jon and Bläk Hanna will be
running a psychoactive drug information table at the Harmony Festival
in Santa Rosa, California from June 11-13. Later in June, Jon and
Sylvia will be reorganizing Jon's library and the finished Stolaroff
Collection papers to make room for upcoming projects. Earth and Fire
will also be starting to plan a move of the main Erowid Library to a
June 1985 - Business Week publishes "The Losing War Against Designer
Drugs", following the Drug Enforcement Administration's May 31st
order to emergency schedule MDMA (Ecstasy).
Adapted from a presentation made by Julie Holland, MD, at the
Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century conference. The text has a
light conversational tone but covers the serious subject of emergency
room treatment of people experiencing crises under the influence of
Casual users of psychedelics often repeat the factoid that N,N-DMT is
created in the human pineal gland. But is it really? Where did this
idea originate, and what evidence is there to support it?
A vault for MDAI, a fairly new research chemical with entactogenic
effects, which has become more available over the last nine months.
, and a brief timeline
Breaking down your ego with psychedelics? The Teafaerie heroically
wonders what all the fuss is about. The Teafaerie will be teaching
a Flow class at the Alchemeyez Visionary Art Congress, June 10-13 in
Kalapana on the Big Island of Hawaii (alchemeyez.com
We're continuing to work on tightening down security issues and
software bugs. Please let us know if you have problems with the
software on the site!
A new vault touching on various species of frogs that produce
psychoactive venoms, with links to experience reports and assorted
Keeper Trout questions the assumptions of anthropologists who report
in a recent journal article on their research into ancient drug use
via hair-testing of mummies. Originally published in The Entheogen
Part one of an interview with psychonauts Gracie & Zarkov of
"Notes from Underground" fame, originally published in the rare
Issue #2 of High Frontiers magazine (1987).
The latest mycological findings about a psilocybin-containing fungus
from experts John Allen and Jochen Gartz.
EcstasyData is a project of Erowid Center that conducts laboratory
testing of street ecstasy tablets and publishes the results online.
Tablets can be submitted for testing with a $40 copay.
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