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Entheogenesis Australias > 6-9 Nov 2009

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The Entheogenesis Australis 2009 is a conference which aims to address the issues relating to use/misuse of entheogens - that which evokes the divine within - from plants teachers, to spirit molecules, contemporary psychedelics and shamanic consciousness from social, cultural and historical/traditional perspectives.

Entheogenesis Sympsosium 2008 > Melbourne University > Sat 6th Dec


Date - SAT 6 DECEMBER 2008

Location - Melbourne University, Copland Theatre

The Entheogenesis Australis 2008 Symposium is Australia's premier gathering addressing issues relating to sacred plants and expanded consciousness from social, cultural and historical/traditional perspectives.

EGA speakers, often experts in their field, draw on the backgrounds of physiology, biology, pharmacology, psychology, neuroscience, anthropology, botany and more to provide a more realistic context to the role 'drugs' and altered states play in the modern world.

If you've ever asked yourself if altered states could be an evolutionary pathway, if the 'War on Drugs' has created more problems than it tried to solve, or if the current spiritual and medical resurgence in psychedelics worldwide may be the tip of a new global paradigm – then EGA is for you.

Entheogenesis Australis (EGA) is a not-for-profit association that exists to create a supportive environment that fosters mature, open discussion about psychoactive plants and chemicals. We seek to explore ways to assess societal impacts and examine the positive applications of plant-based psychoactives and empathogens.

Altered states of consciousness have long been a fundamental part of human culture, and as our changing world demands a new understanding of our connection to the earth , alternative modes are becoming ever more significant and consciously explored.

Entheogenesis Australis is a collection of thinkers from all walks of life who come together to share knowledge about sacred plants, chemical alchemy and states of consciousness.

We hope you will join us on this exploration.

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