Food of the Gods: The Search for the Original Tree of Knowledge Quotes

Terence McKenna
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"No change is permanent, each gives way to yet another" (p. 17)

"To seek to understand human beings is to seek to understand their uniqueness." (p. 45)

"Medieval Europe was one of the most constipated, neurotic, and woman-hating societies ever to exist." (p. 170)

"We are culturally and linguistically blind to the world of forces and interconnections clearly visible to those who have retained the Archaic relationship to nature." (p. 8)



"The impact of hallucinogens in the diet has been more than psychological; hallucinogenic plants may have been the catalysts for everything about us that distinguishes us from other higher primates, for the mental functions that we associate with humanness." (p. 52)

"History is the story of our unfocused agony over the loss of the perfect human world, and then our forgetting it altogether, denying it and in doing so, denying a part of ourselves." (p. 138)

"An at its fullest, shamanism is not...

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