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The Techno-Pagan Octopus Messiah by Ian Winn

The Techno-Pagan Octopus Messiah (1999)

by Ian Winn

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Part bizarre quest, part travelogue, part fiction, this is a tale of Amazonian drugs, prophetic dreams and adventurous treks through Egypt, Rajastan and Northern India. Based on the author's own experiences it takes the reader on a kaleidoscope trip of crystals, free love and Nirvana.
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