The Cosmic Serpent
Penguin paperback cover, showing symbolic correspondence between an image of a snake and DNA
|Original title||Le serpent cosmique, l'ADN et les origines du savoir|
Published in English
|Followed by||Intelligence in Nature|
Investigating the connections between shamanism and molecular biology, Narby hypothesizes that shamans may be able to access information at the molecular level through the ingestion of entheogens, specifically ayahuasca. Biophysicist Jacques Dubochet criticized Narby for not testing his hypothesis.
- Posner, Michael. article, "Plants with Soul", . The Walrus, Jul/Aug 2006.
- Shanon, Benny. (2002). Antipodes of the Mind: Charting the Phenomenology of the Ayahuasca Experience. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-925292-0
- Stewart, Todd. "The Cosmic Serpent: An interview with Jeremy Narby" in ascent magazine. Issue 03. 1999.
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