THE 2ND PSYCHEDELIC REVOLUTION
A high-speed romp through modern 'Visionary Culture', The 2nd Psychedelic Revolution maps how after an LSD drought in the beginning of the 21st century, our contemporary psychedelic culture arose largely from the publications of three key authors in the early 1990's - Alexander (and Ann) Shulgin, Terence McKenna, and Alex Grey - and explains how this now global '2nd Psychedelic Revolution' differs from the earlier, smaller and more-localized, 1960's Acid-and Rock revolution.
Since the publication of 'Tryptamine Palace' in 2009 - reviewed in High Time's magazine as "the best book on psychedelics since Terence McKenna' - JAMES OROC has become regarded as his generations premier psychedelic philosopher. A frequent speaker at festivals and conferences world-wide, his articles have appeared in The Entheogenic Review, The MAPS Journal, CoSM Journal, and Reality Sandwich, while his latest book - The 2nd Psychedelic Revolution - is being published by Inner Traditions in January, 2018. Most recently he was quoted in the New York Times for advising 'the best time to eat Acid is for breakfast'.