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Foreword by Jorge Velasquez Portocarrero Preface by Howard G. Charing Preface by Peter Cloudsley Introduction by Pablo Amaringo Part One Pablo Amaringo, the Man Memories and Legacy With contributions by Dennis McKenna, Ph.D. Jeremy Narby, Ph.D. Graham Hancock Roberto Venosa Jan Kounen Stephan V. Beyer, Ph.D. Autobiography of the Artist Part Two Pablo Amaringo, the Work The Color Plates Glossary
Pablo Amaringo (1938-2009) trained as a curandero in the Amazon, healing himself and others from the age of ten, but retired in 1977 to become a full-time painter and art teacher at his Usko-Ayar school in Pucullpa, Peru. The author of Ayahuasca Visions: The Religious Iconography of a Peruvian Shaman, his art has been displayed throughout the world.
"The Ayahuasca Visions of Pablo Amaringo is a big, beautiful book, filled with gorgeous reproductions of the visionary art of curandero (Ayahuasca healer) and artist Pablo Amaringo. . . For those who have never experienced Ayahuasca, this book provides a deep and powerful look into its visionary realm. For those who have, it offers an expansion and validation of the truth of their own journeys." * Robert Simmons, MetaGuide Magazines, September 2011 * ". . . extraordinarily colorful . . ." * Book News, Inc., August 2011 * "Many of the stories behind the visionary art hit deep feelings of truth that could never be put into words without the art to guide you. Living in a three dimensional world creates a bias that's difficult to escape without the help of hallucinogenics, and to sit and read and look at the many beautiful pieces of art brought me right back to those hidden dimensions that typically lie just beyond our everyday perception." * Rahasya Poe, Lotus Guide, November 2012 * ". . . the magic of this book for me was the large beautifully printed full page paintings, which take up the main part of the book, each accompanied by Pablo's own commentary, guiding us around the symbolism and the story of each image. Reading these commentaries is a rich fest of folklore and sacred learning and I was transported into the whole sensory presence of the rainforest seeing it, hearing it, smelling it, through this remarkable man's experiences and his vibrant paintings!" * Faith Nolton, Sacred Hoop Magazine, September 2011 *