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Psychedelic Resource List
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Author(s) :
Jon Hanna
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Edition(s) at Erowid :
2000(pb,3rd ed),2003(pb,4th ed,s),2004(pb,4.5 ed)
Publisher :
SOMA Graphics
"The Psychedelic Resource List is a comprehensive and valuable survey of numerous companies and groups participating actively in the Entheogenic Reformation or 'disembodied eye-drop conspiracy.' The rational organization into numerous categories and the detailed index make this information easily accessible. Reviews of each group/company are honest, not fawning. A requisite for the 'basement shaman' or avid entheobotanist interested in relevant plants, books, tapes, horticultural supplies, periodicals, organization, seminars, or just in knowning [s]he is not alone in this interest; highly recommended. Verily, I would say the same, even if PRL had failed to plug all of my books!"
    -- Jonathan Ott, author of The Cacahuatl Eater, Pharmacotheon, Ayahuasca Analogues, and The Age of Entheogens & The Angels' Dictionary

"A wonderful source of information that holds the psychedelic community together. I am hopeful that many people will find their way to wonder and delight through the Psychedelic Resource List."
    -- Terence McKenna, author of Food of the Gods

"It is a pleasure to find assembled in one neat package, all the source names and addresses for anything and everything related to psychedelic drugs. This volume, the PRL book, is that package."
    -- Alexander T. Shulgin, author of PIHKAL

"What I admire most about the PRL is its hard-nosed honesty in revealing rip-offs--essential for a book like this, but not pleasant duty.
    -- Jim DeKorne, author of Psychedelic Shamanism

"Your resource list is a marvelous accumulation of information. I am glad to get acquainted with it, and I hope it does well for you. I very much appreciate what you are doing to keep information alive in this very important field."
    -- Myron J. Stolaroff, author of Thanatos to Eros