Mysterious Object at Noon: Terence McKenna’s Novelty Theory.

I’ve been reading and listening to Terence McKenna, the American botanist, psychonaut and philosopher for a number of years now and it’s taken some time to get into his vocabulary and way of thinking, as it can be very abstract and demand from the listener to completely let go of that dreaded box of traditional expectations and ideas and embrace something that might sound utterly…

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Author, thinker, television freelancer, mystery aficionado and cat lover.

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