Tangentially Speaking

321 – Peter Gorman (Amazon Explorer / Psychedelic Pioneer)

By May 16, 2018 September 14th, 2019 4 Comments

Peter Gorman is an award-winning journalist, former editor of High Times magazine (from 1986-1998), and pioneer in the understanding and use of psychedelic substances from the Amazon, such as Ayahuasca and Kambo. His most recent book is Sapo in my Soul: The Matsés Frog Medicine.

Music: “Michelle’s Waltz,” by Leo DiSanto; “Home Again,” by Michael Kiwanuka.

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4 Comments

  • AvatarChris says:

    Beautiful into Chris! Thank you so much (as always) for sharing your thoughts with all of us.

  • AvatarGoran says:

    Great Intro. A lamp of insight in these dark waters of the human journey.

  • Quite possibly the tangentialest of all the tangentialler episodes in Tangentially Speaking. It’s as if this man, who’s spent so much of his live on the rives of the Amazon, has turned into a river himself, full to the brim with the flow of experience and anecdotes.

    And I hereby nominate the story of the cat who brought the washed condom and put it at the feet of the cop as a worthy candidate for Tangentially Speaking, Vol. 2. To the guy who made the animated video ‘Nine and 1/2 Lives’: You gotta do this one too, mate! 🙂

  • AvatarAaron says:

    …..Just What a great ” BEINGS " may I say humans ! gratitude !

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