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Brad Burge – MDMA, Psychotherapy, and the Future of PTSD Treatment – TEDxSalem

8 May
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“Story of Flowers” Botanical animation

25 Mar

Expand: Psychedelic Perspectives for the 21st Century

5 Mar

The Daily Psychedelic Video is proud to announce its participation in a groundbreaking event which will take place in Catalunia this July (6-12 July). A week-long seminar, Expand will use psychedelics as a prism through which to explore topics which are crucial to life in the 21st century such as technology, identity, spirituality, ecology, social activism and more. Beside your humble servant, who has been extensively writing, thinking and teachinfg about psychedelics for the past decade , the team of teachers include Galia Tanay and Boaz Yaniv, two long-time psychedelic explorers and activists with a strong background in Buddhism, social activism and the arts. We will be joined by Californian author Erik Davis, a leading countercultural intellectual and one of the foremost psychedelic minds of our time.

The seminar will have not only theoretical but also experiential parts (not including the ingestion of substances). Among other things it will include a class on psychedelic video aesthetics as well as a special screening.

For more details check out the event here

IN-SHADOW: A Modern Odyssey

25 Apr

A journey through Qlippoth realms with a glimmer of hope in the end. No light without darkness.

The Death Set – “They Come to Get Us”

10 Apr

Experimental electronic band The Death Set, bring us a music video featuring an army of pop culture surrealism through the streets of New York City for there single “They Come to Get Us”.

If you like this song, i’d suggest listening to the official remix by Designer Drugs. Its basically just an extended version of this song, but i prefer it over the original by 10 fold.

Killer Mike – “Reagan”

20 Mar

A hyper-political R.A.P. Music track by hyper-political rapper, Killer Mike

Im not the type to get too deep about most things, especially politics, but Killer Mike brings a different type of rap via a psychedelic hyper-political music video which really brings light to why things are so difficult for some. To how the American system got so messed. Ironic considering Reagan helped America dig itself out of its economic problem, which ultimately lead to the start of “Reagan era” and its future ramifications.

A wise man once told me “politics will always be politics.”

 

R.U. Sirius’s Trippin’ Coyotes/Creosote Cowboy: Punching A Nazi

8 Mar

Commentary from R.U. Sirius on the current world situation.

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