Psychedelic Culture
  1. Dennis Konstantin Bax In an Interview About Psychedelic Art and Existential Motifs

    And the Rain will Wash it Away - 2018

    Revolutionary conceptual in the modern psychedelic art movement, Dennis Konstantin Bax brings control, chaos, punk and perfection into his fascinating multi-layered paintings. As a visual artist he does not want his work to to be perceived in a notion, but rather as an expression of change beyond the mere image. 



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  2. Introduction of the World's First Psychedelic Video Museum


    At a time when publics worldwide are called upon to safely stay home, the world’s first psychedelic video museum has been introduced. A pioneering online museum resonating the current renaissance in psychedelic culture and benefiting a period of social distancing.


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  3. These Trippy Photos Reveal How Incredible Water Looks When You Blast It With Sound


    We barely have the time to work on our hobbies after we come back home from work. Not Linden Gledhill though. This pharmaceutical biochemist returns home from work only to proceed to his lab. And his lab is akin to Batman’s cave- with custom made gear where he simply records the intermixing of beautiful displays of various scientific events transpiring. And now his latest visuals display the beauty that is sound in water.


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  4. My life with Art and Alchemy - Timea Tallian


    This story is not so much about “me” but about the strange life circumstances that made “me” into an artist. You might already know some of the secrets of how to become an artist but maybe you find a morsel of inspiration in my story.

    My life story is not very linear. I lived a double life, went in circles, had some ups and downs and ended up in the same spot I started out in the first place.


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  5. Sacred Geometry and Flower of Life


    What patterns do you see in your own life, or in the world that have symmetry and balance? Which ones are asymmetrical and out of balance? Noticing patterns helps us build on them if they are healthy, or break them if they are not healthy. The flux between asymmetry and symmetry is the process of growth and evolution. Sacred geometry gives us a beautiful reflection to contemplate as we navigate life’s challenges seeking balance and harmony.


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  6. Best Upcoming Psytrance Festivals 2019

    The world’s best psytrance festivals include the likes of Boom Festival, HillTop, Vortex Open Source, Ozora Festival, Rainbow Serpent, Universo Paralello, Momento Demento and dozens more across the continents of Europe, North America, South America, Africa and Asia. Wherever you go in the world, a psytrance festival can be found to suit your particular experience and travel needs.

    There are so many festivals to choose from – our calendar often lists over 100. So how do you know which are worth attending? These festivals have been carefully curated as each of them offers something unique, making them worthy of being on your bucket list.



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  7. The Search for Soma, The Ancient Indian Psychedelic

    Psychedelics advocate Glenn Wasson first proposed the theory in the 1960s that the Amanita muscaria mushroom was, in fact, the ancient Indian psychedelic called soma. Since then, new theories have abounded about the origins of soma. 



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  8. 5 of the World’s Most Mind-Bending Drug Cultures

    A strong stigma in the West bullies our idea of drug culture, fueled by perceptions of mind-altering substances, man-made chemical compounds, and destroyed communities. But throughout the world, spiritual practitioners' use of entheogens—psychoactive substances applied in religious or shamanic contexts—is nothing short of a learned art, unique to the people and regions who’ve studied it for centuries.



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  9. Peyote: 10 Incredible Health Benefits of Mexico's Psychedelic Plant

    The hallucinogenic plant peyote – native to Mexico – has been the subject of considerable interest and controversy in recent years. Growing ever-more popular with curious outsiders, human rights campaigners have pointed out that peyote is sacred to the indigenous Huichol people and demand from trippy travelers is putting the plant at risk. Recreational use of peyote is illegal in the United States, so its use there is also an inevitable cause of controversy.



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  10. Ozora Festival

    The summer of 1999 saw a total eclipse of the sun happening over Europe. Eclipses always drew people to celebrate. And since Goa and Psytrance started to happen, small parties emerged wherever there were Eclipses happening. But 1999 had the eclipse in Europe and the totality going over Hungary and a guy named Fish decided to make a big festival in a small place in the middle of nowhere in Hungary called Ozora. Yes, you know that name… Thousands of people from all around the world gathered in a unique celebration that non of those who attended will ever forget.



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  11. Unveiling the Mystics of Sacred Geometry

    What is sacred geometry? Pythagoras described geometry as visual music. Music is created by applying laws of frequency and sound in certain ways. States of harmonic resonance are produced when frequencies are combined in ways that are in unison with universal law.



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  12. 7 Zen Principles and How to Apply Them to Modern Life

    “Before enlightenment, chop wood, carry water. After enlightenment, chop wood, carry water.” ~ Zen Proverb



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  13. Terence McKenna's : True Hallucinations ~ A Documentary Film

    "True Hallucinations", yet another brilliant documentary on the life of Terence McKenna ... Aficionados of Terence McKenna need no introduction to the story that started it all. A journey through the Amazon basin becomes an experiment to hyper-carbolate human DNA.



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  14. Cannabis Psychedelia: The Meaning, History, and State of the Art

    ‘Is cannabis a psychedelic?’ The short answer is yes. Let’s take a look at what the word psychedelic means, and whether or not cannabis fits the description. Next, we’ll go over some historical facts and writings and discover that cannabis in its edible form was often used as a psychedelic.



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  15. Inspirational Yoga Quotes To Soothe The Soul And Bring Enlightenment

    The following is a compilation of yoga quotes to warm your heart when you are searching for words to explain your intensity, reaffirm your spirituality, help you meditate, and bring you wisdom.


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  16. 20 Most Amazing Party Locations

    Psytrance culture the location, nature, all that surrounds the party is a major component of what the party is – it’s a crucial part of the experience.




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  17. Goa in the 70s & 80s

    What was it about Goa, the former Portuguese colony, that became the smallest Indian state in 1961, that made it into a haven for hippies, freaks, misfits and independent minds from around the world?



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  18. Ten Mythological Creatures in Ancient Folklore

    The world is full of stories about mythical creatures, legendary beasts, and supernatural and god-like beings.


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  19. Third eye - Pineal Gland Activation

    The pineal gland (also called the epiphysis) is a small endocrine gland linked to the third eye chakra.


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  20. The Future of DMT Research

    DMT, is a psychedelic tryptamine which occurs throughout nature in many plants, animals and the human body.


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  21. How to Heal Old Karmic Patterns with Pure Love

    Instead of burying ourselves in countless counseling sessions and trying to claw our way out of the labyrinth fruitless style, sometimes we just need to rise above it like a hawk and drop all of our problems at once.


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  22. Ancient Shamanic Teachings for Harmonious Living

    Modern society and our educational system has little or no understanding of the underlying spiritual fabric of our existence on all planes across all space-time....


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  23. A Brief History of LSD in the Twenty-First Century

    Since Swiss scientist Albert Hofmann accidentally discovered LSD’s psychedelic properties in 1943, a plethora of books, news articles, film documentaries, academic papers and conferences about the substance have seen the light of day. 


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  24. Boom Festival 2016

    Every two years, since 1997, the August Full Moon witnesses an activation of a portal. Every two years, Boom Festival gathers the tribes to celebrate life, art and nature.


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  25. Psychedelic Music & The Human Brain

    There are many ways of inducing conscious trance states which slow the brain wave frequencies, but perhaps the oldest of all is trance dance.


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