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ZLORD podcast

ZLORD features two Americans seeing Oneness everywhere they look. Artist teZa and filmmaker Carter Lord start off in summer of 2019 car-camping for six months all over North America. Afterwards, they explore the inner adventures of life, experiences just as exciting and challenging to them as visiting exotic locales. Their conversations' aim is to discover just how interconnected everything is, when viewed through the unifying prism of the NOW. Seeing wonders reflected back from whatever they do, wherever they look or go, inwardly and outwardly, the couple shares with humor, unabashed honesty, with enough gusto for legions. Their banter is free and uncensored. Their views entirely their own, there is no affiliation or alignment with any organization/political party/religion/. These two are not your average American citizen by any means. Perhaps investigating such off-the-grid types as the Lords might expand your own perceptions? Drop the two a line to ask questions or comment:

Jun 30, 2022

Carter interviews cohost teZa about her early history and mental "reset" when she was professionally involved with the studies and experimentation of plant medicines. At Harvard U. she drew plants and assisted botanists as they explored how indigenous people throughout the world have used psychotropic plants since time immemorial to facilitate touching "the Divine." Featured are recollections of Richard Evan Schultes, Timothy Plowman, Wade Davis, Tom E. Lockwood and how these pioneers in ethnobotany today are helping modern people understand about the benefits of a reverential use of sacred plants. Michael Pollan's book Change Your Mind introduced micro-dosing of psychedlics to aid mental health. Today, the US Federal Government has approved using mind-altering plants in a guided ritualized fashion to aid the military's huge problem of PTSD sufferers "reset their minds" to find comfort. This could be a solution for the increasing numbers of suicides in both post-military and youthful mental health sufferers. Visit and for more about the hosts.