A book in hypertext detailing a project to treat heroin addiction with ibogaine.
An excellent collection of drug literature drawing from such diverse sources as the Old Testament, the Arabian Nights, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Sigmund Freud.
Advertisement and excerpt from a novel mixing fact and speculation based on government involvement in LSD research.
The legendary Bay Area psychonauts share the fruits of their exploration in a hypertext version of their underground classic.
The text that spawned the funniest (and perhaps the most irreverently inspirational) cult I ever heard of. Hail Eris!
The man responsible for the isolation of psilocybin and the bicycle ride that changed history tells it in his own words. Translated by Jonathan Ott.
A landmark multidisciplinary effort that offers convincing evidence that the ancient greeks used ergotized rye to brew an entheogenic potion that was at the center of the Eleusinian Mysteries.
The watershed work that brought mescaline into the public eye.
Find out what Leary's NY state commune was like on the inside from somebody who was there.
The seminal work by the Harvard trinity that co-maps entheogenesis with the Tibetan Book of the Dead.
Find out everything you never wanted to know about US government involvement in the early days of the psychedelic revolution.
Public edition of a report originally written for the government on altering belief structures with LSD, sensory deprivation, and the creative power of the human mind.
An impressive collection of works by and about the cannabis pioneer and many other classic hemp-related texts. Also contains classic essays by Theophile Gautier on Hashish and Havelock Ellis on Mescaline.
Links to entheogenic books available via HTML, book reviews of entheogenic titles by Lycaeum members, and on-line book companies.
Some useful tables for making anahuasca, but no substitute for the whole book.
The introduction to Ott's masterwork. An articulate, reasoned, and passionate cry for a sensible drug policy.
The most thorough and well-researched book written yet on the topic, written by the late British entheogen researcher Saunders (R.I.P.)
One of the most complete, focused, immaculately organized web libraries available on the subject. Lots of ultra-rare, long out of print books & articles in HTML, with a special emphasis upon clinical literature from the glory days of legal psychedelic research.
I cannot reccomend this site strongly enough -- they're definitely the best at what they're doing...
Synthesis instructions, dosage range, extensions and commentary on the master chemist's 170-plus creations in the phenethylamine family. However, it unfortunately lacks the first half of the work, a rich and illuminating novel that basically amounts to a thinly veiled autobiography of the first family of psychedelic psychopharmacology.
If you only follow one link on any of these pages, THIS SHOULD BE IT!!!!!!!! One of the most comprehensive and least complicated volumes ever written on the subject. Contains practically EVERYTHING one would need to know if one were to decide to break the law and try to use entheogens in a safe and responsible manner, all laid out in laymen's terms. Check this out soon, save it to your hard drive, and PLEASE mirror it if you can - dunno how long this one will be able to stay up on it's current server...
Everything in the previous entry also applies to this one, the second and final volume written by the late author and only full-length publication on the subject so far. Don't dawdle, and please download!
The philosopher/scholar details his "adventures in the chemistry of consciousness."
A highly useful search engine for bibliographical data on the topic.