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Defending Perceptual Diversity in America: Entheogens as Legitimate Contributors to Learning, Health, and Empathy by Brendan Bombaci (2012) Drugs & Mysticism: An Analysis of the Relationship between Psychedelic Drugs and Mystical Consciousness by Walter Norman Pahnke. Ph.D. Thesis, Harvard University. (June 1963) (“The Good Friday Experiment”) Entheogenic Visions by Stewart Mosher (2012). The Ethnopharmacology of Ayahuasca edited by Rafael Guimarães dos Santos (2011). (Also available as individual chapters and in magazine format.) Guided by the Moon: Shamanism and the Ritual Use of Ayahuasca in the Santo Daime Religion in Brazil. by Edward McRae, PhD. Courtesy of the Núcleo de Estudos Interdisciplinares sobre Psicoativos (NEIP). The Sacred Voyage: The Pilgrimage to the Soul by Lars Faber (2006) The Yage Drinker by Fernando Payaguaje. (Donations will be forwarded to Pablo Yepez of the VIHOMA Foundation, who manages a small fund that supports Secoyas in need of medical treatment in Quito, Ecuador.) Ethnomycological Journals: Sacred Mushroom Studies by John W. Allen and Prakitsin Sihanonth, Ph.D. (2020) Ethnomycological Journals: Sacred Mushroom Studies Vol. XI by John W, Allen, Prakitsin Sihanonth, Ph.D., Jochen Gartz, Ph.D., Billy McPherson, and Simon Metke