A varied list of readings, listenings and viewings to get you through the week…
- The Winter 2005 MAPS Bulletin is now available, both in HTML and PDF formats. In this issue, the latest updates on research with ibogaine, marijuana, ketamine and psilocybin as well as articles on Burning Man, trance states and more.
- The latest issue of Fate Magazine has been released. Free content from this issue includes “Soviet Ufology” by Vladimir V. Rubtsov, and “Life With Karen“, by Michelle Close Mills. Full issue details at the Fate website.
- Also fresh out is the latest issue of Nexus, with the Top 25 Censored Stories of 2004-2005 and part 3 of “Britain’s Secret War in Antarctica” – even more at the website, so check it out.
- DMT researcher Dr Rick Strassman has a guest-blog at Non-Prophet.
- The Société Périllos has a summary of their recent conference.
- Loren Coleman (or his lycanthropic alter-ego Lore Croghan) talks about Peter Jackson’s upcoming Kong movie.
- Filip Coppens has added a new essay to his website: “Newgrange: empowering the salmon of wisdom“.
- Tim Binnall has posted Part 2 of an interview with self-described ‘crackpot historian’ Adam Gorightly (in mp3/podcast and Flash formats). Part 1 is here.
- Phenomena has “Wilhelm Reich: Eisenhower’s Secret Ally Against the Aliens“, by Kenn Thomas.