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DMT Is the Drug for Our Collective Crisis of Meaning

It’s increasingly popular and there’s a good reason why

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Every era has the drugs that define it. The Victorians embraced opium for relaxation and cocaine-infused wine for pep. Post-Second World War businessmen had Martini lunches, their disaffected housewives had Valium; both indulged in amphetamine-laced pills. Today, Adderall provides…




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