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The Sacred Mushroom: Key to the Door of Eternity (1959)

de Andrija Puharich

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The book describes in vivid detail Puharich's extraordinary association with Harry Stone, a young sculptor of unusually acute extrasensory perception, who on a number of occasions spontaneously went into a deep trance state and then began to speak and write in the ancient Egyptian language. Identifying himself as Ra Ho Tep, a high-born Egyptian who lived 4600 years ago, he defined the long lost ritual of the sacred mushroom and its astonishing effects upon the human consciousness. But the story does not end with the Ra Ho Tep revelations, for during this period Dr. Puharich and his colleagues were actually guided to the discovery of a splendid specimen of the extremely rare Amanita Muscaria, growing in the Maine woods - less than a mile from their laboratory. In addition to recording these eerie personal experiences, Dr. Puharich has written a brilliant summary of the role of the sacred mushroom in history, myth, and religious experience. Andrija Puharich is a neurologist. After completing his studies at the medical school of Northwestern University, he set up his own laboratory in Maine for the study of extrasensory perception (ESP). A stint with the U.S. Army at its chemical center aroused his interest in hallucination-producing mushrooms.… (més)

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The book describes in vivid detail Puharich's extraordinary association with Harry Stone, a young sculptor of unusually acute extrasensory perception, who on a number of occasions spontaneously went into a deep trance state and then began to speak and write in the ancient Egyptian language. Identifying himself as Ra Ho Tep, a high-born Egyptian who lived 4600 years ago, he defined the long lost ritual of the sacred mushroom and its astonishing effects upon the human consciousness. But the story does not end with the Ra Ho Tep revelations, for during this period Dr. Puharich and his colleagues were actually guided to the discovery of a splendid specimen of the extremely rare Amanita Muscaria, growing in the Maine woods - less than a mile from their laboratory. In addition to recording these eerie personal experiences, Dr. Puharich has written a brilliant summary of the role of the sacred mushroom in history, myth, and religious experience. Andrija Puharich is a neurologist. After completing his studies at the medical school of Northwestern University, he set up his own laboratory in Maine for the study of extrasensory perception (ESP). A stint with the U.S. Army at its chemical center aroused his interest in hallucination-producing mushrooms.

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