As people around the world seek ways to cope with the unique intensity that is the 21st century, we’ve seen the emergence of new and old solutions. Nowhere is that reflected more than in the psychedelic movement. In Issue 7 of the psychedelic magazine, Doubleblind, we highlight many of the solutions being put forth, from disrupting capitalism to, simply, spending more time with trees. Dr. Bennet Zelner, Associate Professor of Business and Public Policy at the University of Maryland, prompts us to consider what an equitable psychedelic pharma might actually look like (and whether that’s even possible); reporter Ben Adlin investigates the US military’s $27 million psychedelic research program; and DB cofounder Madison Margolin takes us deep into the underground scene of Hasidic Jews, finding catharsis through tripping and praying—at the same time.
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