Matthew Pallamary

Matthew Pallamary


Author, editor, and shamanic explorer Matthew J. Pallamary's latest book titled PICAFLOR is the sequel to Spirit Matters, a San Diego Book Award and a National Best Book Award winner that chronicles his adventures throughout the mountains, deserts, and jungles of North, Central, and South America pursuing his studies of shamanism and visionary experience working with plant medicines, among them ayahuasca, peyote, San Pedro cactus, and many more.

He has sixteen books in print in multiple genres and has been leading a popular Phantastic Fiction workshop at the Southern California and the Santa Barbara Writers Conferences for over thirty years and frequently lectures about shamanism and writing throughout the United States.



Past Shows:

  • Manifesting Goals / Shamanistic Practices

    Speaker and coach Finnian Kelly shared his step-by-step process for manifesting intentionality into success. Followed by author Matthew Pallamary on shamanistic practices and visionary plants.More »
  • Our AI Future / Consciousness Boundaries

    USC Professor Bart Kosko discussed developments in AI technology. Followed by author and shamanic explorer Matthew Pallamary on consciousness and the thinning of boundaries.More »
  • Shamanism & Death / Ouija & Channeling

    Author Matthew Pallamary discussed visionary experiences, shamanism, and death. Followed by Ouija board expert Karen A. Dahlman on channeling, and animal communication.More »
  • Monetary Reform / The Golden Mean

    Financial advisor Kristen Ragusin shared revelations about monetary reform and debt. Followed by shamanic explorer Matthew Pallamary on the significance of the Golden Mean.More »
  • Big Bang History / Visionary Experiences

    Science writer and physicist Dr. Paul Halpern discussed his recent work on the history of the Big Bang theory. Followed by shamanic explorer Matthew Pallamary on visionary experiences and psychoactive plants.More »
  • Forbidden Archaeology / Shamanic Journeys

    Researcher Michael Cremo reported on his continuing work in forbidden archaeology and human artifacts of extreme antiquity. Followed by shamanic explorer Matthew Pallamary on visionary experiences and ayahuasca.More »