Cancer Cells Decompose after Several Days, with the Use of this Herb - Fine Living Advice. Scientists have discovered that the root of this plant works “better” than chemotherapy because it “kills” completely the cells infected with cancer. In addition it acts as a diuretic, which stimulates the secretion of bile, cleanses the liver, helps with allergies and reduces cholesterol. See also: Russian Remedy that Cured many from Cancer! It contains many important vitamins and minerals like vitamin B6, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin C, iron, calcium, potassium, folic acid and magnesium. It contains up to 535% of the required dose of vitamin C and 110% of the recommended daily dose of vitamin A. All these are facts known for years. University of Windsor Canada made an initial study of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the results gave new hope to cancer patients.
John Di Carlo, 72 year-old man, who was personally convinced of the healing properties of dandelion, has been subjected to intense and “aggressive” chemotherapy to fight for his health. Related October 7, 2015. Iboga, the Matrix, and Pineal Gland Decalcification. Dylan Charles, StaffWaking Times The pineal gland has been at the core of spiritual traditions dating back thousands of years, spanning all inhabited continents. Prominently carved onto Buddhist statues, ceremoniously painted onto tribal faces, and deceptively displayed in the Vatican square, the pineal gland, known as the Third Eye, or Seat of the Soul, is still shrouded in mystery. One of the culprits to the endless poverty, warfare, and illness in society today lies in humanity’s collective disconnection from their soul and their true divine nature.
The key to awakening from this destructive dream lies in the pineal gland, a crystalline, cosmic antenna integrating multidimensional life-source into our five sense reality. Throughout the past few decades however, fluoride and other toxins have calcified this soul-gate, blocking many human beings from their divine guidance and limiting their personal power. Fluoride and the War on Consciousness Click to Enlarge Holographic Teachings Sources: Mushrooms and fungi.
Sacred Weeds. Sacred Weeds was a four part television series of 50 minute documentaries investigating the cultural impact of psychoactive plants on a broad array of early civilizations. The series was filmed at Hammerwood Park by the producer, Sarah Marris, and her production company TVF. The Reader in European Pre-History at the University of Oxford, Dr Andrew Sherratt, was the series host. Prior to his resignation from the University of Oxford, Sherratt was appointed Professor of Archaeology. Each episode began and ended with Sherratt inscribing his diary with his reflections on the series' scientific and cultural investigations. In each episode the series investigated one psychoactive plant and its cultural significance.
After the four episodes, Sherratt assigned considerably more significance to the psychoactive properties of plants in ancient civilization and the prehistoric period than expert knowledge hitherto. Watch the full documentary now (playlist - 3 hrs, 37 min) Live salvia plants. Hallucinogenic Devil’s Trumpet plant found in back garden. The Psychedelic Library. Access the North American Mirror Site Alas! The forbidden fruits were eaten, And thereby the warm life of reason congealed. A grain of wheat eclipsed the sun of Adam, Like as the Dragon's tail dulls the brightness of the moon. . — Rumi: Masnavi I Ma'navi The files in this library are transmitted under the "Fair Use" rulingsregarding the 1976 Copyright Act for NON-profit academic, research, and general information purposes. Salvia Divinorum Scotland - Shamanism - Castaneda - The Lessons of don Juan. Salvia Divinorum Scotland - Shamanism - Castaneda - The Lessons of don Juan. Scientists suggest fresh look at psychedelic drugs | Reuters (Build 20100722155716)
Online Books : "The Essential Psychedelic Guide" - LSD. INTENSITY: 3 to 7 for most experiences. MATERIAL: LSD is a synthetic compound. It is derived from Iysergic acid which is found in Hawaiian Woodrose and Morning Glory seeds, or Ergot fungus, which can grow on rye, wheat, and other grams. Lysergic acid is also psychoactive, although not nearly as potent as LSD, and has been consumed for millennia in the form of the above mentioned plant sources. The most common street name for LSD is "acid. " HISTORY: LSD was first synthesized in 1938 by Dr. Albert Hofmann of Sandoz Pharmaceutical Company in Switzerland. During the next 20 years LSD was promoted as a psychiatric aid and numerous experiments were performed in clinical settings.
In the early Sixties Timothy Leary and friends began spreading the word that LSD produces magnificent spiritual experiences. DOSAGE: LSD is extremely potent by weight and the amount required for a single dose is barely visible to the naked eye. 100 mcg. of LSD is considered a minimum psychedelic dose. 1. 2.