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Entheogenesis Australis (EGA) is a biennial symposium about psychedelics plants and chemicals in Melbourne Australia.  Consisting of over 20 lectures and discussion panels, the event hosts an array of speakers from across Australia and abroad. The aim of the conference is to explore a rich variety of perspectives on tools and techniques for manipulating consciousness from social, cultural, creative and traditional perspectives.
Listed below are just some of the engaging lectures featured at the conference.
Dr Bia Labate - Ayahuasca Shamanism Beyond the Amazon
Dr Alex Wodak AM - The current status of medicinal cannabis in Australia
Dr David CaldicottTo be announced
Geoff Noller - Ibogaine Treatment for Opioid Dependence in New Zealand: A 12-month Post-treatment Follow-up Observational Study
Fiona Patten - The New Social Tonics, the Bastard Children of Prohibition
PRISM Inc - The Road to Psychedelic Research in Australia
Alex GearinOrganic and the Inorganic in Ayahuasca Visions
Andrew McMillen - Can you be too Honest about your own Drug Use?
DanceWize - Sex, Drugs, and Harm Reduction
Torsten Wiedemann - Analysis of ethnobotanical constituents
Des Tramacchi - Religious Dimensions of Entheogen Use
Rak Razam - Full Spectrum Consciousness
Genevieve Sinclair - Paint, Glue and Deodorant: Drugs of choice?
Michael Bock - Kava, The Herb of Tranquility
Ray Thorpe - 'Knee-jerk' anti-psychoactive laws
Richard Haridy - Psychedelics On Film: An Illustrated Journey
Carl Turney - America's Drug Culture in the 60s and 70s
Tim Payne - Life after Entheogens
For the full program, presenter bios and talk abstract see our web page.
Altered states of consciousness have long been a fundamental part of human culture, and as our world becomes increasingly fast-paced, alternative modalities are becoming ever more significant and consciously explored. If you’ve ever asked yourself: “Has the ‘War on Drugs’ created more problems than it tried to solve?” or “is MDMA really a more dangerous drug than alcohol?” – then EGA is the place for you. Entheogenesis Australis is a community of thinkers from all walks of life. We come together to share knowledge about sacred plants, alchemy and states of consciousness. We hope you will join us on this exploration.

Get tickets now: http://www.entheogenesis.org/tickets

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In less than 4 days we will be gathering for the 10-year Anniversary EGA Psychedelic Symposium. This year’s program has a strong international lineup; 5 guests from around the world will join us to cover a wide range of topics including Ayahuasca Shamanism, Ibogaine Treatment for Opioid Dependence, ‘Synthetic’ Drug Regulation, and Underground Psychedelic Therapy… and that is just the tip of the programming iceberg.


We have come a long way since our first official EGA event in 2004, before which there was an annual plant meeting in an outer eastern suburbs library. Today, EGA is a world-renowned conference event, a leader in presenting psychedelics as having positive potential, and a think tank for drug law reform advocates around Australia.


We hope you can join us for another chapter in the important discussion around sacred plants & chemicals, and psychedelic science & culture.


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