Terence McKenna
















This month we remember the late, great Terence McKenna. The author, lecturer, scientist and philosopher was the heir apparent to Timothy Leary, bringing more lucidity, humor and insight to spreading the gospel…





Terence McKenna may be due for a posthumous appearance on the hip-hop charts, as a sample of the philosopher leads off one of the songs on the new Trap God 2 mixtape from Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane. Gucci is one of the leading proponents of the so-called “trap” style that has been the dominant sound in rap for the past year or so, and the McKenna quote serves as a manifesto of sorts. The track in question is the work of star producer Lex Luger:


In this not-to-miss Evolver event, cultural icons and visionary thinkers Douglas Rushkoff and Dennis McKenna will discuss “Time Waves, Present Shock, DMT, & The Psychedelic Legacy of Terence McKenna in NYC, March 14.  They will look back on Terence McKenna’s life’s work — including his theory of increasing novelty — and explore what Rushkoff calls “presentism,” the new ethos of a society that’s always on, in real time, updating live. Dennis McKenna is author of “The Brotherhood of the Screaming Abyss: My Life with Terence McKenna.” Douglas Rushkoff’s new book is “Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now.”

Presented by Evolver & The C-Realm Podcast…