Jonathan Ott

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"Jonathan Ott Is a prolific and highly regarded writer, translator, publisher, reviewer and pundit on virtually every aspect of entheogen botany, chemistry, pharmacology, bioassay, culture, history, and politics. Known for the classics Ayahuasca Analogues and Pharmacoteon. In addition to his abundance with the written word, Ott has produced and co-produced numerous conferences and seminars on entheogens over the past 25+ years. Articles and excerpts of his books have been translated into numerous other languages.

"Jonathan's writing has appeared in Harvard Botanical Museum Leaflets, Curare, Eleusis, Entheogen Law Reporter, Entheogen Review, Head, High Times, Journal of Cognitive Liberties, Journal of Psychedelic Drugs, Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, MAPS Bulletin, and other publications."[1]


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  1. Spirit Vine Ayahuasca Retreats Facilitator, organizational web page, accessed October 16, 2013.
  2. Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethics Who, organizational web page, accessed October 16, 2013.