Hall of Fame

Nowadays mushrooms with hallucinogenic properties are well known amongst the general public. But nearly fifty years ago these mushrooms were completely unknown to western society. There were even no scientific reports about them.
It was in 1955, because of research and an article in Life Magazine from the American R. Gordon Wasson, when the general public was introduced to these amazing mushrooms. The local people in Mexico were already aware of the powers of the mushrooms for several hundreds, probably thousands of years, which they called "Teonanacatl".
Since this discovery the psilocybin mushroom gained fame in a very short period. Of course this is because of the mushroom itself, but without the work and research of a lot of people we would not know about this mushroom at all.
 

Maria Sabina Mazatec shaman, sabia, curandera Maria Sabina was born in the little village Huautla de Jimenez, Oaxaca, Mexico where... More...
Gaston Guzman Authority on the field of Psilocybin mushrooms Dr. Guzman was born in Xalapa, Veracruz, in 1932. His interest in... More...
Terrence McKenna Psychedelica expert, writer, philosopher, explorer of the Time Wave The American Terrence McKenna became, as a leader... More...
Albert Hofmann Scientist, chemist, father of LSD The Swiss Albert Hofmann is a prominent scientist in the chemical area that you... More...
Paul Stamets 'The mushroomprophet' Paul Stamets is an ambitious researcher with lots of fieldwork on his name. In the damp old... More...
Andrew Weil Ethnomycologist, naturophat Botany- and medicinstudent Andrew Weil continues working, after receiving his Harvard... More...