Your Psychedelic Ancestors

On Demand

Your Psychedelic Ancestors.🧙‍♂️

with Julian Vayne

Donation $10-30
(Free for Mastermind Students)

Your Psychedelic Ancestors.🧙‍♂️

As the Psychedelic Renaissance gathers pace, and around the globe the benefits of these remarkable substances are increasingly recognized, it’s essential to know where we’re coming from.

In this webinar Julian Vayne will guide participants through the long strange trip of psychedelic history.

Combining the latest archaeological and historical research with a delicious helping of psychedelic magic.

Psychedelic Ancestors is your opportunity to connect with the remarkable stories of those who have walked this path before us. Learn about how our psychedelic Set is influenced by these stories, and the many

Settings in which psychedelics have been used. Learn about the complex relationships between ingenious and Euro-American psychedelic users. Discover the hidden histories of these medicines, their use, abuse and remarkable potentials. Relax, breath, come to center and listen to the tales of your ancestors, there are many teachings within their stories…

We will meet Thursday, July 29th at 5 PM (17:00) Mountain Time (MT), for 90 minutes on Zoom. 

The link is provided upon registration!

Limited spots available

Donation $10-30
(Free for Mastermind Students)


 * The zoom meeting will be recorded and will be available to watch on-demand.


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Meet your Teacher

Julian Vayne

Since childhood, Julian has been fascinated by magic, mysticism, and altered states of awareness. 

Julian has explored many of the techniques humans have used to access the hidden dimensions of reality. He started group ceremonial practices at age 16 and has worked in ceremonies with practitioners from many traditions. 

In the 1990s, Julian edited Britain’s best-selling pagan newspaper Pagan Voice, and in 2001 he published one of the first books of the modern psychedelic renaissance, Pharmakon: Drugs and the Imagination.

In addition to using traditional sacred substances like Sacred Mushrooms in his practice, Julian’s work includes the first published account of the entheogenic ritual use of ketamine and several novel psychedelics.

Julian is the author of numerous books, essays, journals, and articles in both the academic and esoteric press. He sees his work as part of the process to re-imagine an earth-centered, curious, non-dogmatic spirituality. His practice is informed by the approach of chaos magic and lineages within Wicca and Uttarakaula Tantra. 

Julian is a co-organizer of the psychedelic conference Breaking Convention and is a trustee of The Psychedelic Museum Project. As a founding member of the post-prohibition think tank, Julian holds a position on the Journal of Psychedelic Studies’ academic board. A regular speaker at conferences and workshop leader, Julian facilitates psychedelic ceremony and provides one-to-one psychedelic integration sessions and support. 

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