Podcast 307 – “Palenque Entheobotany Seminars Remembered”


Guest speakers: Matt Pallamary, Wild Bill, & Bruce Damer

Wild Bill & Matt PallamaryPROGRAM NOTES:

Today’s program features, first of all, a conversation between Matt Pallamary and Wild Bill, who begin by reminiscing about the legendary Palenque Entheobotany Seminars, but who then go on to other wild tales, some of which may actually be true. After that is the first of our long-awaited Global Trialogues in which Bruce Damer answers a question from a young man in Australia.


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Books by Eckhart Tolle

Terence McKenna: Beyond 2012
A workshop at Esalen Institute led by Bruce Damer and Lorenzo Hagerty
Weekend of June 15-17, 2012

Global Trialogue No. 1 . . . On Facebook

The “October Gallery” talk by Bruce Damer (MP3 files)
Part 1
Part 2

Wild Bill & Grandpa Lorenzo

A Basic Theory of Neuropsychoanalysis by W. M. Bernstein

Thought Nachos

Posted in Bill Radacinski, Bruce Damer, Consciousness, Culture, Family, Global Trialogue, Matt Pallamary, Palenque, Psychedelics, Terence McKenna (mp3).


  1. excellent show, Bill has a great perspective on life…that zine though… a little on the creepy side LOL

  2. Now that was a great way to start, the final secret in
    the first act. Now how many truly egoless people do we
    have so far?
    It will be soon.

  3. ak… ‘the default world’…
    ‘the default world’ aka conventional reality i.e.; the convention itself can be disspelled
    i.e.; bringing back our insights & living them is a pro-active doing of just that.
    which comes right up against the convention in conventional society -virtually a socially subversive act.
    protestantism & the sovereignty of the individual… usurped again & again by TPTB.
    -i’ve always called it conventional reality, rather than ‘normal’ or ‘default’ reality as a reminder…

    Thought Nachos is nicely chockful of art i dig. real nice.
    reminds me of The Whole Earth catalog somewhat, and Ken Kesey.

    facebook? i was surprised to see that url. always reminds me of these pages:
    between social media and ‘apps’, there’s more reason than ever to stick to one’s server, IMHO, and write your own pages…

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