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Salon2 033 – The Psychedelic Archives of Keeper Trout

Year this lecture was recorded: 2017

The wonderful Keeper Trout shares with us today includes his experiences archiving the files of Dr. Alexander Shulgin, working to collect the chemistry of psychedelic plants and medicines (particularly mescaline containing plants), and the cultural and legal history of the Native use of peyote and cactus as well as its suppression by the United States government. Keeper Trout is a multifaceted and delightful character who gives us today’s engaging interview.

See Trout’s work on Shulgin’s archive here:

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More about his work conserving the cactus here:

And his own excellent and thorough work on the chemistry and history of use of psychedelics:

Also, here is the article in which Keeper mentioned: Hallucinations of Neutrality in the Oregon Peyote Case, by Harry F. Tepker, Jr.

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