Sunday brunch: Pagans, Potterheads and traumadelica
A round-up of the best links this week on ecstatic and psychedelic integration
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The Guardian reports that the number of British people reporting their religion as ‘pagan’ has grown 23% in the last decade. The article also speculates that Charles might be a king with pagan tendencies, considering the Green Man that appears on his coronation invite (I can just see him at Medicine festival).
Meanwhile new book ‘Fans’ looks at fan-membership as a sort of modern religious belonging. I’m reading the Harry Potter books (in Spanish to try and learn the language) and am definitely turning into a Potterhead.
Check out new podcast series Seeking from Sony, in which Katherine Rowland dives into the world of plant medicine.
More after the paywall. Next week, by the way, Joseph Holcomb Adams has a two-partner looking at the varieties of drug decriminalization policies currently being voted on around the US - essential reading!
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