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    In this episode of the Entheogenica Podcast host Cathy Coyle sits down with Acacea Lewis to explore the world of high dose mushroom journeys.

    Acacea is a researcher and lifelong student of the sacred psilocybin mushroom. As well as the Founder of The Divine Master Alchemy school for Entheogenic Cultural Literacy and Ethnobotanical Naturopathy, a student of Kylindi Lyi and an explorer of the quantum space whilst on higher doses of psilocybin mushrooms.

    This episode touches on magic, preparing for high dose journey work. Stories from Acacea's layers of initiation, as well as her diverse ethnic lineage and the wisdoms of ancestral medicine.




    I have been wanting to sit and have this conversation with Acacea for over a year, finally the moment arrived for us to sit down and have an open converstaion about the depth and breath of exploring higher dose mushroom work. I was really excited to speak to a woman who is navigating these realms and to hear wisdom from her time as a student of Baba Kilindi Lyi who is a hero of mine. Acacea is a wealth of esoteric knowledge and deeply embodied in the mystery through her personal journies with the sacred mushroom. Some of the topics that we explore include:

    • The entheogenic connection through cultures and ancestry
    • The ancients tale of death and rebirth and the connection to high dose journeys.
    • Transmuting the ego - turning led into gold - through the journey
    • We could witness the birth of solar system - this technology is available to us. We don’t have computer graphics to generate the visions that the mushrooms produce at higher doses - there is no technology available on this planet that can do it
    • Drug culture and mushrooms- the difference. Food for our Spirit
    • Glossolalia during journeys

    This was such an honour to sit and connect with Acacea and I have huge respect for the work she is doing as an educator and advocate. There are many realms through which we can explore and fortune favours the brave indeed. I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did and that it expands your horizons.






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