Pablo Amaringo was an indigenous painter (1938-2009) of Peru who has made a lasting imprint with his visionary art derived from his inner experiences obtained through the medicinal plant from the jungle called, Ayahuasca. The plant is used widely throughout the Amazon region and is often referred to as the vine of the soul as it gives spiritual insights
and it's claimed to have the power to heal.
Music by David Parsons "Tirtha"
A new collection of never-before-published
paintings are available in the new book:
More info about Amaringo and this book:
• With written contributions by Graham Hancock, Jeremy Narby, Robert Venosa, Dennis McKenna, Stephan Beyer, and Jan Kounen
• Contains 47 color plates of Amaringo’s latest works, with detailed narratives of the rich Amazonian mythology underlying each painting
• Shares Amaringo’s personal stories behind the artistic visions
Read more about the new book: