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For over 11 years now, Future Primitive has been hosting intimate conversations with authors, visionaries and innovators who speak about our connection and partnership with the Living Earth.
We provide this content in order to advance saner and more compassionate visions of our future, guided by our remembering of ancestral wisdom.
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Riane Eisler is an eminent social scientist, attorney, social activist and best known as author of the international bestseller The Chalice and The Blade: Our History, Our Future, hailed by Princeton anthropologist Ashley Montagu as "the most important book since...read more
Psychotherapist, writer and researcher who has been involved in the study of transformations of consciousness since graduate school when he worked with Timothy Leary and Richard Alpert (later Ram Dass) on the Harvard Psilocybin Projects. He co-wrote The Psychedelic...read more
Mary Lou Cook lives New Mexico and has contributed immensely as a major creative force and model of citizen activism. She has received numerous international, national and community honors and awards as a distinguished leader. One such honor was being named "Santa Fe...read more
Tina LeMarque Denison is an artist and author who documents primordial memory, myth and archetype using paint, digital photography, mediated imagery, and mixed media.read more
Canadian-born author of books on spiritual/travel literature including Savage Breast: One Man's Search for the Goddess.read more
American-born photographer and author, Margaret Randall, returning to the United States in 1984 after living in Central America, was ordered deported under the Walter McCarran Act. Because of opinions expressed in some of her books, she was accused of "being against...read more
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