The Revolution of Evolution
An Interview with James Oroc

April 6, 2018

Interview by
Joanna Harcourt-Smith

In this week’s episode James Oroc speaks with Joanna about: psychedelics and extreme sports; the psychedelic perspective and human survival; the role of psychedelics in the big cultural shift of the last decades; 5-MeO-DMT, a unique psychedelic medicine; the shadow side of the toad medicine culture; that ban on tools for sef-examination; from die hard atheist to modern mystic and entheogenic explorer; the pregnant zero point field; the universe as a giant, holographic, crystalline structure; the privilege of being fully present at this time in human history; the possibilities of virtual reality and digital art; the visionary culture festivals and the need for community.

Journalist, photographer, and artist James Oroc was born in the small South Pacific nation of Aotearoa. Since 1998 he has been pursuing and reporting on the cutting edge of extreme sports in more than 40 countries around the globe, his work appearing in magazines, films, and on MTV Sports. He has been a member of the Burning Man community since 1999, and he is also involved in the documentation and advancement of alternative culture. He is the author of Tryptamine Palace: 5-MeO-DMT and the Sonoran Desert Toad, and his latest book, The New Psychedelic Revolution: The Genesis of the Visionary Age.

“I Can’t Sit Still”, original music by Evarusnik

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