Terence McKenna Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Terence McKenna Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Philosopher Terence McKenna including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Terence McKenna
Real Name Terence McKenna
Profession Philosophers, Non-Fiction Writers
Nick Name Terence Kemp McKenna
Famous as Philosopher, Psychonaut, Ethnobotanist, Author
Nationality American
Personal life of Terence McKenna
Born on 16 November 1946
Birthday 16th November
Died At Age 53
Sun Sign Scorpio
Born in Paonia, Colorado, United States
Died on 03 April 2000
Place of death San Rafael, California, United States
City Colorado
Siblings Dennis McKenna
Spouse/Partner Kathleen Harrison
Children Finn, Klea
Education University of California, Berkeley, Tussman Experimental College
Personal Fact of Terence McKenna

In the annals of psychedelic research, there have been very few figures who have made a mark through their psychedelic discoveries and ideologies, and Terence McKenna was one of them. He was a renowned lecturer, psychonaut and writer, who had dedicated decades to study shamanism and psychic alteration. His brilliance and interest in human psychology was evident from a young age as he read Carl Jung’s book Psychology and Alchemy at the tender age of ten. He supported the survey of different statuses of the human mind through the consumption of psychedelic substances such as psychedelic mushrooms.

He traveled far and wide and studied the impact of psychotropic florae on human culture, human cognizance and evolution. He also extensively researched on and introduced the concept of novelty theory. His ideologies and his scientific appreciation of nature can be seen in works including The Archaic Revival, Food of the Gods: The Search for the Original Tree of Knowledge- A Radical History of Plants, The Invisible Landscape and Drugs to name a few.

He was also the co-founder of Botanical Dimensions, an ethnobotanical sanctuary in Hawaii. Towards the end of his life, he became actively involved in advocating the importance of technological singularity.


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