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The Reporter at the Ayahuasca Tea Ceremony

In a piece for the Financial Times John Paul Rathbone wrote about the murder of Glauco Villas Boas, one of Brazil’s best-known cartoonists. Glauco was a leader of the Céu de Maria church, one of the many churches in Brazil that treat hallucinogenic ayahuasca tea as a sacrament. 385 more words

Nonfiction

SALT AND SILVER: Early photography 1840–1860 │ Tate Britain, London → 7 June 2015

“Nelson’s Column Under Construction, Trafalgar Square” (1844), by William Henry Fox Talbot

William Henry Fox Talbot, Study of China, 1844 © Wilson Centre for Photography… 456 more words

Financial Times

GOYA: THE WITCHES AND OLD WOMEN ALBUM │ Courtauld Gallery, London → 25 May 2015

“The sleep of reason produces monsters” (c.1797-98)

“Madness” (c.1803-12)

“They descend quarrelling” (c.1816-20). Photo: Alex Jamison

“Nightmare” (c.1816-20)

“Showing off – Remember your age” (c.1816-20) … 266 more words

Guardian

How obsessed is the Financial Times with Gold?

Data via Fergal O’Connor

The chart shows the annual number of articles published in the Financial Times about gold between 2004 and 2014 from the FT Interactive Database. 52 more words

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