This is an intimate account of a pilgrimage through the “Holy Land” of Daime, the Brazilian
frontier state of Acre, in which the author weaves together accounts of his own healing experience.
It also portrays the extraordinary variation and vitality of the communities there, both
indigenous and Catholic/Afro-Brazilian, who use ayahuasca as a sacrament.
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