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Ayahuasca and Anthropology: Amazonian Shamanism & Western Science

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In this lecture at the University of Amsterdam on Monday December 17th 2007, Arno Adelaars introduced ayahuasca to those unfamiliar with the substance, after which Jeremy Narby filled the rest of the time. He spoke about ayahuasca and his experiences with the Ashaninca in the Peruvian Amazon.


Sofia Sola Sancho


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