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Take a trip with Julian Vayne and Andy Letcher - In Conversation
Take a trip with Julian Vayne and Andy Letcher - In Conversation

Wed, 10 Apr

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Take a trip with Julian Vayne and Andy Letcher - In Conversation

Julian Vayne and Andy Letcher exchange thoughts and share stories from their lives. Expect to hear about ecology, psychedelic history, modern pagan practice and lots more.

Time & Location

10 Apr 2024, 19:00 – 20:30

Online and Delayed Viewing

About The Event

From Druids to magic mushrooms and from the indigenous music of the British Isles to the contemporary use of the Fly Agaric Mushroom, join us for a magical conversation between Andy Letcher and Julian Vayne. Both speakers have written and lectured extensively on ecology, psychedelic history, modern pagan practice, the ancient rites of Eleusis and contemporary entheogenic culture. This meeting of manifesting minds is one you won't want to miss!

Join us for what we are sure will be a mind expanding conversation with time for a Q&A afterwards.

Dr Andy Letcher is a Senior Lecturer at both Schumacher College, Devon UK – where he is the Programme Lead for the MA Engaged Ecology –, and at the University of Exeter, where he teaches on the PGCert Psychedelics: Mind, Medicine and Culture. He is the author of Shroom: A Cultural History of the Magic Mushroom, and numerous papers on psychedelics, ecology, animism and paganism. He is currently researching ritual and animistic usage of psychedelics by contemporary British Druids, and the contemporary use of the Fly Agaric mushroom.

Julian Vayne is a British occultist, independent scholar and author with over four decades of experience within esoteric culture. Julian is a co-organizer of the psychedelic conference Breaking Convention, a founding member of the post-prohibition think-tank Transform. He sits on the academic board of The Journal of Psychedelic Studies. Julian facilitates psychedelic ceremony, as well as providing one-to-one psychedelic integration sessions and support. In addition to exploring traditional sacred medicines, Julian’s work includes the first published accounts of the entheogenic ritual use of ketamine and several novel psychedelic sacraments.

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  • Digital Ticket

    Your ticket confirmation will include a zoom link and details of how to access the event recording.

    £10.00

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