ENTHEOS is a community of enthusiasts, scholars and scientists who share a common interest in the role of entheogens as it pertains to human spirituality. Recognizing the important role of the 'psychedelic' experience, both past and present, to the development of spiritual expression, we intend to publish the most accurate, relevant, and current research available on the subject.
The Journal ENTHEOS will provide a much-needed forum for specialists while encouraging a wide popular readership. It is our intention to provide a balanced and respectful perspective on this widely misunderstood and politically volatile subject.
It is also our intention to help remedy the lamentable under-representation of entheogenic phenomena in mainstream scholarship. Broad discussion of the role of entheogens in human history can only widen the scope of humanity's collective pursuit of understanding.
Though the journal will have a strong 'Wassonian' slant toward academic questions in anthropology, religious studies, art history, and history, ENTHEOS will include topics ranging from contemporary issues and current events to health and healing, the politics of entheogenic spirituality, discoveries in chemistry and biology, and the history of psychedelic scholarship.
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Board Members
Frank Barron,Ph.D
José Alfredo Celdrán

Jay Fikes, Ph.D
Robert Forte
Clark Heinrich
Mark Kasprow, M.D

Stanley Krippner, Ph.D
Dale Pendell
Daniel Perrine, Ph.D

Carl Ruck, Ph.D
Blaise Staples, Ph.D
Peter Webster

Editor
Mark Hoffman

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