Brian Muraresku

Attorney, scholar and author

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Psychedelics have been used for thousands of years by indigenous cultures but new research suggests that the ancient Greeks, Romans and even some early Christians may have used…

The role psychedelics played in the origins of Western civilization

Psychedelics have been used for thousands of years by indigenous cultures but new research suggests that the ancient Greeks, Romans and even some early Christians may have used…

from Life Examined

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