Posts Tagged ‘C.S. Lewis’

Tolkien and Magic Mushrooms: A Review of The Shamanic Odyssey by Carl Ruck

Tolkien and Magic Mushrooms: A Review of The Shamanic Odyssey by Carl Ruck

An engaging, insightful commentary upon magic mushroom use among Tolkien’s contemporaries and a review of The Shamanic Odyssey by Carl Ruck of Boston University, co-author with Albert Hofmann and R. Gordon Wasson of the classic, groundbreaking study The Road to […]

Tolkien is Wild and Disney is Tame: A Fantast’s Apologia

Tolkien is Wild and Disney is Tame: A Fantast’s Apologia

I can remember as a child falling into line with Disney’s black and white formulas. Jiminy Cricket’s “Give a little whistle” was a cheery invite to safety holding hands crossing the street, whereas the Fox’s “An Actor’s Life for Me” […]