Returning to the show this week, our very first guest Kilindi Iyi joins Amanda to discuss everything from simulation theory to the environment. Of course, high dose psilocybin and hyperspacial djinn make their way into the conversations as well. Kilindi was kind enough to join us in order to help promote this year's 2017 Women and Entheogens Conference, being held in honor of Kai Wingo. From the Detroit Psychedelics Community website:
"The Women and Entheogens Conference is the brainchild of Psychonaught Kai Wingo. Continuing Kai's legacy we will continue with her vision in 2017 and beyond. The Conference will push the envelope into new and novel ideas. This year's theme will be Psychedelics in Birth and Pregnancy from Conception through Life. We will explore the concept of utilizing entheogens for fertility, pregnancy and breastfeeding. Come be part of the new paradigm and continue our beloved Kai's work with Women and Entheogens.
Whether it's the mystical herb Iboga of the African bush, or Ayahuasca, the brew from Amazon of South America, or the magic of Psilocybin Mushrooms from pretty much anywhere, the Women & Entheogens Conference has you covered! Dealing with topics like LSD, MDMA, cannabis and the most powerful hallucinogen known, DMT, The 2017 Women & Entheogens Conference is sure to be heavy hitting like only Women & Entheogens can. Inviting artists, advocates, activist, healers and scholars from around the world to join our biannual event! Buy your ticket now and book your reservations early, space is limited."
The conference will be held this weekend Oct 13th-15th at the Unitarian Universalist Society, Cleveland, OH. Should you find yourself in the Cleveland area, you can catch our co-host Amanda on a few discussion panels as well as delivering a presentation titled, Cannabis for Treatment of Hyperemesis Gravidarum: Mother Plant Medicine for Moms. Follow the links in the show notes for more information on the schedule and other wonderful presenters.
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