2008 was the final year that The Entheogen Review was published on a quarterly basis.
Thanks to everyone for their support since we first started in 1992!

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Sacramento, CA 95819

Issues feature
contributions from:

  • David Arnson
  • Will Beifuss
  • John Beresford
  • Susan Blackmore
  • Richard Glen Boire
  • Markus Berger
  • Erik Davis
  • Jim DeKorne
  • Rick Doblin
  • Earth Erowid
  • Fire Erowid
  • Francesco Festi
  • Jay C. Fikes
  • Robert Forman
  • Robert Forte
  • H.R. Giger
  • Elizabeth Gips
  • Peter Gorman
  • Alex Grey
  • Charles S. Grob
  • Jon Hanna
  • Casey Hardison
  • Mark Hoffman
  • Albert Hofmann
  • Ernst Jünger
  • Gwyllm Llwydd
  • Thomas Lyttle
  • Leah Martin
  • Mark McCloud
  • Terence McKenna
  • Dan Merkur
  • Jean Millay
  • J.P. Morgan
  • Mulga
  • James Oroc
  • Jonathan Ott
  • Dale Pendell
  • Will Penna
  • Mark Pesce
  • Thomas J. Riedlinger
  • René Rikkelman
  • Giorgio Samorini
  • Nick Sand
  • Scotto
  • Zoe Seven
  • Andrew Sewell
  • Alexander Shulgin
  • Ann Shulgin
  • Daniel Siebert
  • Otto Snow
  • Myron Stolaroff
  • Rick Strassman
  • R. Stuart
  • Benjamin Thomas
  • Sylvia Thyssen
  • D.M. Turner
  • Leander J. Valdés III
  • R. Gordon Wasson

and numerous anonymous
and pseudonymous
contributors.

NOW AVAILABLE
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THE ENTHEOGEN REVIEW
The Journal of Unauthorized Research
on Visionary Plants and Drugs


The Entheogen Review
was a quarterly publication that served as a clearinghouse for data about the use of visionary plants and drugs. All communications were kept in the strictest confidence--unless otherwise requested, published material was identified only by the author's initials and state of residence. The mailing list was not for sale, rent, or loan. Think of The Entheogen Review as a network newsletter; the voice of a community of subscribers seeking and sharing information on the cultivation, extraction, and ritual use of entheogens. Subjective results experienced by readers were published too. The Entheogen Review published the latest, most accurate, and novel data possible on these and related topics. Edited by David Aardvark and K. Trout.

PUBLISHING SCHEDULE

ER took a year off of publishing from Fall 2004 through Summer 2005. ER also took the year 2007 off from publishing. During both of these periods, subscriptions were extended by a year. 2008 was the last year that ER was produced as a quarterly periodical.
 

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The Entheogen Review
1992 - 2008
Sixteen years, 57 issues,
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Disc now also includes PDFs of
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Ayahuasca Analogues
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,
Salvia Divinorum & Salvinorin A,
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Check out a few
important articles
from past issues of
The Entheogen Review,
available online:

"Halperngate"
from the Vernal Equinox 2006 issue.
This article exposes the public outing of John Halpern as a DEA snitch in the LSD trial of William Leonard Pickard and Clyde Apperson. As Halpern has been a MAPS-supported psychedelic researcher, Rick Doblin responds at the end of the article, explaining his reasons for working with Halpern.

"Halperngate II"
from the Summer Solstice 2006 issue.
Dr. John Beresford comments on the John Halpern snitch scandal, and then presents the thoughts of a half-dozen Drug War prisoners related to the ethics of snitching.

"The Bad Shaman
Meets the Wayward Doc"

presents Erik Davis' thoughts on how John Halpern's actions affected his friend Alfred Savinelli. This related article was not published by
The Entheogen Review; it is linked to its offsite source, Tripzine.com.

"Bogus Kratom Market Exposed"
from the Vernal Equinox 2003 issue. This article reveals how the entheobotanical market was flooded with misidentifed "kratom."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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