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Psychedelic Adventures at the Edge of the Abyss - Hosted by Dennis McKenna -June 2011 - geogaddi00 - 05-12-2011

Psychedelic Adventures at the Edge of the Abyss - Hosted by Dennis McKenna - June 2011 Webinar

Dennis McKenna has put together the most epic web seminar for those interested in shamanism and the work of Terence McKenna. It is a fundraiser for his book project "The Brotherhood of the Screaming Abyss" as well. The course is only $100 and will be an interactive video chat with Dennis McKenna, Ralph Metzner, Daniel Pinchbeck, Erik Davis and Ralph Abraham.

This is the link for the course or webinar: http://evolverintensives.com/upcoming/psychedelic-adventures-at-the-edge-of-the-abyss.html

[ex]The Course


This course is offered as a follow-up to the launch of the writing project and an anticipation of themes that will be explored in depth in the book, slated for release in the fall of 2012. The course will consist of four sessions, with dates set for June 5th, 12th, and 25th and July 2nd. Using live video, each webinar session will be hosted by Dennis McKenna in wide-ranging conversations with key guests who are recognized leaders on the cutting edge of post-millennial thought: Daniel Pinchbeck, Ralph Abraham, Marc Pesce, Ralph Metzner, Luis Eduardo Luna and Erik Davis.



Most have also been close personal friends of Terence and Dennis over many decades; they have shared Terence and Dennis’ fascination and preoccupations with the concepts under discussion and have been key players in the development, elaboration, and expression of these ideas. Like Terence and Dennis, they lived through the social, environmental, and political changes that have characterized our ever-accelerating race toward novelty during the late 20th century and the first decade of the 21st; in many respects, they are the people who have helped to catalyze the radical changes in global consciousness that have resulted.



Each webinar will be 90 minutes in length, with the first 60 minutes devoted to a dialog between Dennis, the host, and one or more invited guests. The format will be an informal discussion, preceded by a brief exposition outlining the main themes under consideration in that session. There will be ample opportunities for the audience to interact in real time with the host and guests following the hour-long conversation. Participants from the audience will be able to ask questions and offer their own comments and insights via live video chat, text, or email. If you can watch a YouTube video, you can take part in this course.[/ex]