Dennis and Terrence McKenna
Dennis and Terrence McKenna traveled to the Amazon in 1971 in search of indigenous DMT-containing plants such as those that constitute the psychedelic brew ayahuasca. They subsequently wrote the book Invisible Landscape about their experiences. Terrence’s “novelty theory,” explained in the book, lead him to predict a novelty singularity in 2012, possibly kicking off the 2012 phenomena.
Terrence went on to become something of a psychedelic guru and author of several books. A collection of interviews with him was published under the title Archaic Revival. Terrence died in 2000.
Dennis took a more academic route, studying the science of entheogens. He still lectures on the subject today.
Dennis has raised money to write a book on he and Terrance’s adventures.
Offical Terrance McKenna page on Levity.com.
Unofficial Sites: Terrance
Erowid Terrance McKenna Vault Another source for much of the same materials.
Unofficial Sites: Dennis
Lectures by Dennis
Dennis McKenna speaking at Esozone: the Other Tomorrow Oct. 2008
Writings and Talks by Terrence
Whole Earth Review: the alien intelligence of plants a whole issue of Whole Earth Review edited by Terrence McKenna and Howard Rheingold.
Mavricks of the Mind interviews Collection of interview with Timothy Leary, Robert Anton Wilson, Terrence McKenna, John Lily, Alex Grey and many more.
Trip Receptacle “a series of three 3-hour shows consisting of all-psychedelic, all-entheogen radio.” It includes interviews and talks by Timothy Leary, Terrence McKenna, Sasha Shugin, etc.
Interview with Dennis on a new theory of neural evolution. Part 1 of 8.
Above: Gnostic Media interview with Dennis on “oo-koo-he, ayahuasca, habit and novelty theory, 2012, Terence McKenna, plant communication and the future of psychedelic research.”
Above: Dennis McKenna at the World Psychedelic Forum
In a Perfect World podcast interview with Dennis McKenna audio interview May 2010.
Writings About the Brothers McKenna
Tracing the origins of the 2012 phenomenon excellent essay tracing the roots of the 2012 phenomenon to the brothers McKenna.
Manual of Evasion Portuguese film with Robert Anton Wilson, Terrence McKenna, and Rudy Rucker