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The Creative Process and Entheogens by Alex Grey adapted from The Mission of Art PDF version of this document Twenty-five years ago I took my first dose of LSD.
SAFETY FACTORS: All of the multiple combinations listed here I have tried in my personal experiments. Some of these combinations may not have been tried by anyone but myself, and they may affect other people differently. Those who use multiple combinations typically exercise a high degree of caution, especially with MAO inhibitors. These combinations can be very heavy, both physically and mentally.
INTENSITY: 1 to 2. Harmala alkaloids are usually not potent psychedelics when taken alone. Their main use is to potentiate other psychedelics. SAFETY FACTORS: Harmala alkaloids are MAO inhibitors. See list of items not to take with MAO inhibitors in the Safety chapter. The Harmala alkaloids are emetics and can produce intense nausea if used in large amounts.
There exists a state which I will call "CydelikSpace," that I have visited numerous times through the use of psychedelics. CydelikSpace has correlations to the digital world of "cyberspace" described in William Gibson's novels. However, CydelikSpace is not a fictional dimension. It is accessible now, and even appears to be the underlying reality behind all existence. It is of this state that one becomes aware, to a greater or lesser degree, during deep psychedelic experiences, and any other mystical or spiritual experience. CydelikSpace is vast.
© 2002 Emanuel Sferios Testing kits to help you discern fake ecstasy from real MDMA are available for shipment to the US and Canada. (An MDMA Neurochemistry Slideshow) This slideshow starts off with some fairly basic information and concepts and gets more complex as it goes along.
By Carol Moore I believe that a prime motivation of those waging the current "war on drugs" is to discredit and destroy any" counterculture" before it becomes the dominant culture. Religious fundamentalists have not forgotten the religious upheavals of the 1960s when millions of young people, often after using marijuana and other psychedelics, reading Timothy Leary or Alan Watts, or listening to "psychedelic" music by the Beatles or the Jefferson Airplane, rejected Christianity and Judaism.