This article highlights the journey of Ken Nelson who rediscovered the entheogenic usage of consuming the venom of the Sonoaran Desert Toad in the early 1980s, which lead the the global worldwide usage of smoking “Bufo” which is happening today.
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Ken Nelson’s interest and curiosity for entheogens
Ken Nelson discovers work by Dr Jeanne Runquist on Bufo remains at Cherokee sites
In 1981 August issue of Omni Magazine, he came across an article…
Ken Nelson travels to Arizona to search for Bufo
He travelled with his dog (a collie) named Quanah and his girlfriend named Pat. Quanah and Pat are mentioned to be dedicated in the book.
Ken Nelson successfully harvests venom from the frog and has the first Bufo experience of the modern world
Ken Nelson returns to Texas to develop and publish booklets in collaboration with his friends
The pamphlets spread across the world under a pseudonymous attribution to Al Most
Bufo usage enters the mainstream and Ken Nelson moves into the underground at his Texas compound
Hamilton Morris publishes a documentary of Bufo with false information and Ken Nelson reaches out to him to set the story straight
The passage of Ken Nelson and Hamilton Morris’ second Bufo documentary
The second edition of the Bufo Alvarius book is produced and launches for sale
There is a new reprint of the Bufo book pamphlet along with T-Shirts for sale, which you can purchase here.