Salon2 009 – “Cannabis and Spirituality”


Guest speaker: Stephen Gray

Stephen Gray

Stephen Gray


Date this lecture was recorded: April 2017

This week we talk with Stephen Gray, the editor & writer who pulled together the excellent collection of essays titled:
“Cannabis and Spirituality: An Explorer’s Guide to an Ancient Plant Spirit Ally”

In other vital news, if you’ve spent the last many years listening to Lorenzo on the Psychedelic Salon, go sign up for his Patreon site to support his work creating a postmodern form of autobiography.

And if you want a taste of what he can produce, I found his book of maxims titled ‘Scattered Thoughts’ to be one of the best of its kind I’ve ever enjoyed:

Here are three examples:
“Few activities give one such a complete sense of accomplishment and pride in a job well done than successfully completing a drug deal.”

“Humans are Gaia’s opposable thumbs.”

“I’m a free-lance iconoclast who is just trying to make the world a little safer for anarchy.”


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Posted in Books, Cannabis, Consciousness, Psymposia, Religion, Stephen Gray.


  1. Great interview, and very informative. I really appreciate everyone who put this together. Thank you

  2. OM Intoxication and fornication are spiritual paths,

    Dealer and whore, High Priest and Priestess.

    Popes and kings would have you burn in Hell.

    Ecstasy is the Way, any route is permissible.

    Let thee hurt none, (yourself and loved ones included) .

    Fu Lu Shou

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