A unified approach to ent-atisane diterpenes and related atisine and hetidine alkaloids has been developed from ent-kaurane (-)-steviol (1). The conversion of the ent-kaurane skeleton to the ent-atisane skeleton features a Mukaiyama peroxygenation with concomitant cleavage of the C13-C16 bond. Conversion to the atisine skeleton (9) features a C20-selective C-H activation using a Suárez modification of the Hofmann-Löffler-Freytag (HLF) reaction. A cascade sequence involving azomethine ylide isomerization followed by Mannich cyclization forms the C14-C20 bond in the hetidine skeleton (8). Finally, attempts to form the N-C6 bond of the hetisine skeleton (7) with a late-stage HLF reaction are discussed. The synthesis of these skeletons has enabled the completion of (-)-methyl atisenoate (3) and (-)-isoatisine (4).