Sacred Mushrooms And The Law

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Sacred mushrooms were used to assist in visionary states as early as 4000 BC and in religious ceremonies long before the Aztec civilization.

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Many belive that the mushrooms talk to them, opening up channels of communication with animals and spirit entities. The First Amendment to the Constitution guaranteed each of us freedom of religious expression. Yet, for all practical purposes, the entheogenic experience - finding God within - has been outlawed in the United States, even among indigenous people. In SACRED MUSHROOMS & THE LAW attorney Richard Glen Boire, author of MARIJUANA LAW, provides a much needed review of federal and state law (with cases) regarding the possession and use of sacred mushrooms. The law is an arcane mish-mash that renders nature an illicit drug-lab. Boire offers a fascinating discourse on cognitive liberty in which he compares the laws criminalizing the use of entheogenic mushrooms to a kind of 'Newspeak'. In George Orwell's dystopian novel, NINETEEN EIGHTY-FOUR, the Oceania government established Newspeak, a carefully crafted language designed by the government for the purpose of making unapproved modes of thought impossible. Our modern laws that ciminalize sacred mushrooms effectively outlaw unapproved states of consciousness - including certain religious ecstatic experiences. SACRED MUSHROOMS & THE LAW reviews federal and state laws relative to psilocybin and psilocin mushrooms, tells how to determine punishments, reveals the profile postal workers use to identify a 'drug package', explores possible defenses, and more.

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Author Richard Glen Boire, Esq.
Publisher Ronin Publishing
Page Count 118pp
Publication Size 6.5 x 8.5
Publication Notes Softcover
Publication Date 2002
ISBN 978-1579510619

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