- Psychoactive Agents for Intelligence Analysis is a research dissertation on the potential benefit of psychoactive substances, such as LSD, to improve advice-giving professionals' and decision-makers' ability to give good advice and make good decisions. While this paper focuses on the United States Intelligence Community and the individual analysts therein, it nevertheless applies to all professions that perform the same task--that is, to collect, analyze, and disseminate informational products that aim to help the decision-making process.
- Amanita Muscaria - Crimson Spirit Mushroom is a brief overview of the red and white toadstool mushroom. Included therein is pharmacological information about the two primary substances contained within the species: Ibotenic Acid and Muscimol. Additionally, this overview discusses Gordon Wasson and his role in the understanding of this unique mushroom.