Issue Two of The Nexian – Official E-Zine of the DMT-Nexus

This one is research themed and features an interview with Rick Strassman:

The Nexian publishing collective is delighted to announce the release of Issue Two of TheCOVER IMAGE Nexian! This issue places an emphasis on psychedelic research in its myriad of forms. Given this theme and the focus of this e-zine, we have dedicated a special section of this issue to the late Alexander Shulgin. We hope you will find as much inspiration in reading Issue Two as we found producing it.

With members of the DMT-Nexus stepping up to make terrific contributions in arenas including the sustainable sourcing of psychedelic plants, comprehensive harm reduction, and examinations of psychedelics and culture, this issue truly has something for everyone. In Issue Two you will find topics ranging from underground psychedelic research, to sanctioned psychedelic research, to surprising revelations that, according to the Controlled Substances Act, America’s citrus growers may be running the largest drug production ring in the world, and much, much more!

And remember! Your contributions are the lifeblood of The Nexian, without which it could not exist. Please do not hesitate to submit articles, information, or news for publication at: http://the-nexian.me/index.php/submit-article. Articles will be considered for publication on The Nexian news site or in forthcoming issues of The Nexian e-zine.

You can find the e-zine in PDF form here:
http://the-nexian.me/the-nexian
We hope you enjoy it!

Via The Nexian

1 Comment on "Issue Two of The Nexian – Official E-Zine of the DMT-Nexus"

  1. Monkey See Monkey Do | Aug 3, 2014 at 5:00 am |

    Looking forward to more issues of the Nexian. Its been 6 months since i’ve partaken in the revolutionary chemical, DMT. One thing I’ve noticed with the experience is that it requires you to go and put it into the outside world in some way, whether its through art, ethical conduct or better human interaction. I find that if i haven’t really grown in areas of my life that DMT has shown me where I can grow, using it again can be quite a rough learning experience. It can really give you a slap around and rough wake up call, like ekajati shreiking at your monkey consciousness until it caves in. Nevertheless I humbly anticipate future journeys.

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