The Foundation's website sure has come a long way. Orignally just a small corner of the MAPS site, they are now a full fledged presence on the web in their own right. Contains oodles of good info on LSD, the Foundation's projects & plans, psychedelic culture, a forum for expressing one's opinions on subjects psychedelic, and a lovely museum of entheogenically inspired artworks.
Website features an inspiring collection of writings on many different aspects of spirituality, with a special emphasis on traditional usage of botanical and chemical agents in the exercise of religious freedom.
Know your enemy.
Learn about ethnobotanist Jonathan Sparrow Miller's foundation and its plans to help empower rainforest peoples and preserve their homeland.
Find out details about the institute's current projects at their website. Also contains some beautiful GIF images of drug molecules that make great pinups if you have a color printer. Some people have the supermodel of the month hanging on their walls; I have these...
Features the Island Views Electro-Zine, a hypertext teaser that offers several worthwhile articles from their full length print magazine, plus a page of commentary on Huxley's classic Island. Their marketplace has audio and video samples of Leary, Eisner, and the Bicycle Day Conference available for free download - check it out!
Complete hypertext versions of all MAPS Newsletters, notices of upcoming Psychedelic conferences, the WWW On-Line Psychedelic Bibliography, Medical Marijuana info, and an art gallery that is not to be missed!
Cyberspace home of the New York City storefront temple "that believes that Psychedelics, (DPT, Marijuana, LSD, Peyote, Psilocybin, DMT, etc.), are the true Flesh of God." Contains some quite worthwhile information on alternative therapies for depression alongside the temple's unique synthesis of psychedelia and Judeo-Christian theology.