Detroit Psychedelic Conference, Board Member
Moudou is a student of entheogens for 2 decades, as a cultivator, researcher and advocate. With particular focus on penetrating the “block” and the so called hard to reach of inner city Detroit offering the red pill approach to alcoholism, depression, and poverty induced limitations. Under the tutelage of “Ahati”(Grandmaster) Kilyndi Iyi he studied African combative martial arts and culture for over, in this pursuit he was exposed to the knowledge and application, cultivation and cultural history of entheogenic plants. He has further continued his studies of ancient human history, metacognition and entheogens via travel on several continents. He has been a return speaker at Breaking convention and several other platforms throughout the U.K. , Germany, Turkey, Africa and the Americas. His current focus is utilizing the Psychedelic experience as a therapeutic tool for addiction and depression and educating the public on the major benefits of these substances. Moudou also operates as an educational consultant life coach, and food/land justice advocate.