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APS-Sydney is excited to bring you all our fifth instalment of Book Club ....for which it was collectively decided that this time, we choose the seminal text: 


The Cosmic Serpent: DNA and the Origins of Knowledge by Jeremy Narby.

(free PDF here)




Narby is a Canadian anthropologist and author and has several books that examine psychedelic/entheogenic psychology, Indigenous Knowledge and Intelligence in nature.  

The Cosmic Serpent is an adventure of science and visionary insights through unexplored jungles of the Amazon and the uncharted aspects of consciousness to the heart of knowledge.The Cosmic Serpent is a first-person narrative of discovery that presents new perspectives on biology, anthropology, and the limits of rationalism, revealing how different our perception of the world around us appears when we open our minds to alternate ways of seeing. Narby interlinks shamanism and molecular-biology, to reveal DNA as a universal language contained in all life around us that can be accessed and downloaded by shamanic entheogens. The book reveals how the Ayahuasca brew invokes serpentine visions that parallel those of ancient cultures the world over, and can be seen as a 'bio-technology' that allows access to molecular information from the DNA that ‘animates’ all livings things.



WHEN: 6:00pm - 9:00pm 


WHERE: The Temple On The Park, 158 Australia Street, Newtown.


TICKETS: $15 https://events.humanitix.com/sydney-book-club-the-cosmic-serpent


FACEBOOK LINK: Please mark ‘interested’ or ‘going’ to help us gauge numbers of people attending  https://fb.me/e/1YyHocgNp


Hope to see some familiar SAB faces there, some new ones and the Sydney community coming together for this really cool book and great conversation.




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