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The peyote road

Thomas Constantine Maroukis

The peyote road

religious freedom and the Native American Church

by Thomas Constantine Maroukis

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Published by University of Oklahoma Press in Norman .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementThomas Constantine Maroukis
SeriesCivilization of the American Indian series -- v. 265
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE98.R3 M29 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 281 p. :
Number of Pages281
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24379353M
ISBN 109780806141091
LC Control Number2009041301
OCLC/WorldCa455871452

The Peyote Road examines the history of the NAC, including its legal struggles to defend the controversial use of C. Maroukis has conducted extensive interviews with NAC members and leaders to craft an authoritative account of the church's history, diverse religious practices, and significant people. 9 Maroukis, The Peyote Road, 10 Ibid., 9. 11 Huston Smith and Phil Cousineau, A Seat at the Table: Huston Smith in Conversation with Native Americans on Religious Free-dom (Berkeley: University of California Press, ), 3 Rager: Peyote and the Psychedelics: 20th Century Perceptions of the Reli Published by Denison Digital Commons, Cited by: 1.

Unformatted text preview: 25 On the Peyote Road Mike Kiyaani and Thomas I. Csordas The peyote religionwr "Peyote Way, ” as it is known by its members—is followed by some , American (the name is derived from the Aztec word peyotl) was used by Indians in central and northern Mexico in preeColumbian years, its use spreading north to the Indians in the United States .   An anthropologist and former member of the NAC Church, Omer Stewart, in his book Peyote Religion: A History estimated the membership of the NAC at about , 23 Employing no professional clergy, the NAC relies on “road chiefs” who direct local meetings which are usually held on Saturday nights lasting until noon on Sunday.

‘The Peyote Dance’ is the first in a triptych of albums to be released by Bella Union over the next year titled ‘The Perfect Vision’, which take their inspiration from the writings of three emblematic French poets: Antonin Artaud, Arthur Rimbaud and René Daumal and their necessity to travel to different lands to acquire a new vision and perspective on themselves and artworks. Perhaps. "The Peyote Road updates Omer Stewart's classic study of the Peyote religion by taking into consideration recent events and scholarship. In particular, Maroukis discusses not only the church's current legal issues but also the diminishing Peyote supply and .


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The Peyote Road examines the history of the NAC, including its legal struggles to defend the controversial use of peyote.

Thomas C. Despite challenges by the federal government to restrict the use of peyote, the Native American Church, which uses the hallucinogenic cactus as a religious sacrament, has become the largest indigenous denomination /5.

Above: Peyote Meeting at Mirando City, Texas, from Reflections on the Peyote Road, by Jerry Patchen, ESPD50 (photo courtesy of Robert Black). What is Peyote. Peyote, scientifically known as Lophophora williamsii, is a small, spineless cactus native to North America, populating the vast desert thorn scrub that runs from the southwestern United States into north-central Mexico.

The Peyote Road by Thomas C. Maroukis by Via the House Published Janu Updated February 3, Originally published by the University of Oklahoma Press inthe paperback edition of ‘The Peyote Road: Religious Freedom and the Native American Church’ by Thomas C.

Maroukis came out in The Teachings of Don Juan (The Teachings of Don Juan #1), Carlos Castaneda The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge was published by the University of California Press in as a work of anthropology, though many critics contend that it is a work of fiction.

It was written by Carlos Castaneda and submitted as his Master's thesis in the school of Anthropology/5. Thomas Maroukis' "The Peyote Road" offers a well-researched, well-organized, and well-rounded account of the formation and spread of the Peyote religion in North America.

The book is likely to have something useful for any researcher interested in the subject, regardless of the discipline from which one is approaching it/5. The Native American Church (NAC), also known as Peyotism and Peyote Religion, is a Native American religion that teaches a combination of traditional Native American beliefs and Christianity, with sacramental use of the entheogen peyote.

The religion originated in the Oklahoma Territory () in the late nineteenth century, after peyote was introduced to the southern Great Plains from Classification: Native American. The Peyote Road | Despite challenges by the federal government to restrict the use of peyote, the Native American Church, which uses the hallucinogenic cactus as a religious sacrament, has become the largest indigenous denomination among American Indians today.

Carlos Castaneda (Decem –Ap ) was an American author. Starting with The Teachings of Don Juan inCastaneda wrote a series of books that describe his training in shamanism, particularly with a group whose lineage descended from the books, narrated in the first person, relate his experiences under the tutelage of a man that Castaneda claimed was a Education: UCLA (B.A.), UCLA (Ph.D.).

The peyote cactus, or Lophophora williamsii, is a natural psychedelic high in the chemical mescaline (compared to San Pedro and Peruvian torch). It has a distinctively small, green, and globular appearance, growing close to the ground without any spines.

These “crowns” or “peyote buttons” are traditionally cut from the root of the peyote plant and dried for ceremonial use. The Peyote Road: Religious Freedom and the Native American Church.

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Peyote Road is a useful survey text of the documentary history of the growth of the Native American Church (NAC) and its ceremonial use of peyote and of twentieth-century colonialist attempts to suppress that religious movement. It is most useful in the latter regard as a history of the suppression of American Indian religious freedoms—especially after the imposition of U.S.

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The Botany of Peyote. by Edward F. Anderson, Chapter 8, Peyote, The Divine Cactus. Peyote Night. by Humphry Osmond. This article originally appeared in Tomorrow magazine, Spring Recollections of the Peyote Road. Despite challenges by the federal government to restrict the use of peyote, the Native American Church, which uses the hallucinogenic cactus as a religious sacrament, has become the largest indigenous denomination among American Indians today.

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"The Peyote Book is an educational handbook for Freinds of the Peyote Road. It is a collection of ancient legends, healing testimonials, spiritual, and philosophical perceptions, songs, stories and artwork inspired by the "Good Medicine.".

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Maroukis (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!Peyote is a small cactus, rarely larger than 15 centimeters, found on both banks of the Rio Grande and in scattered places across Mexico.

Mexican Indians have been using the narcotic plant for over 20 centuries to cure any number of ailments. Peyote is an extremely common medicine in Mexico and is sold at drug markets across the country.A white peyotist, C.C. Simmons, who was an employee of Parker, wrote an account of Parker as road man that appeared in a book, “The Peyote Road”: At about three o’clock in the morning, the “silent hour” and the time of the greatest manifestation of power, Quanah, the leader, knelt before the altar and prayed : Adyashakti.