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A chemical substance, typically of plant origin, that is ingested to produce a nonordinary state of consciousness for religious or spiritual purposes.
- ‘Though the title may suggest that this is a book exclusively about Buddhist meditation and psychedelics, it is more fundamentally about the relationship between entheogens and the spiritual journey.’
- ‘The tremendous cultural fear and repression focused around drug use inhibits open dialogue about the positive role entheogens can play in spiritual awakening.’
- ‘On the other hand, would entheogens constitute religious enrichment for the transcendentally deprived?’
- ‘The question I periodically take up with myself: what application might this have to magick that isn't already served by chemical entheogens?’
- ‘As I've stated before, I came to ritual use of entheogens quite late in my shamanic practise - just 3 years ago in fact.’
1970s: from Greek, literally becoming divine within; coined by an informal committee studying the inebriants of shamans.
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