Media Roots Radio- The CIA, LSD, DMT, Shulgin & the DEA, Lucid Dreaming, Consciousness by Media Roots
MEDIA ROOTS – Robbie and Abby Martin talk about the initiation and evolution of psychedelic drugs into our culture: the research, CIA experimentation, takeover and demonization of psychedelics following the 60s, MDMA and its use in psychology, the nature of consciousness, DMT and Lucid Dreaming.
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Just have to comment on The Hunger Games. When my sitser in law first told me the concept I thought I wouldn’t enjoy them either. I didn’t read them until a long time later when a few ladies in my book club brought them up an couldn’t stop raving about them. They are really good and written so much better the Twilght. =) My friend Cheryl hates anything fantasy/not real, so she refused to read Twilight and Harry Potter, read The Hunger Games and loves them too.
Excellent history and discussion. I enjoyed listening to this on several occasions with different friends + family.