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June 27, 2008


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The Teachings of Don Juan: a Yaqui Way of Knowledge by Carlos Castaneda (1968)

Take an enterprising anthropology student (Castaneda) and a Mexican shaman (Don Juan), mix in liberal quantities of peyote, and you end up with a text rooted in “nonordinary reality”. Castaneda’s multi-part account of his adventures, which started to appear in 1968, and includes lessons in how to fly and talk to coyotes, has always elicited queries as to its veracity. But when you’ve taken that many drugs, it may not matter. AC

Yes... drugs do have that very cool effect.

or used to...

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